The Los Angeles Angels dispatched one of the best teams in the postseason in three games. The New York Yankees did the same to the playoffs' worst team -- and didn't show the firepower they had during the regular season.
When the Yankees are up
1. Look for long at-bats and innings
This is especially true against Scott Kazmir, who has the worst command of anyone in the Angels' postseason rotation. However, the rest of L.A.'s starters are strike-throwers, so you may not see those long at-bats until the Angels' pen gets involved.
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