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Yankees fans wait for train in Tarrytown

Jerry Schwuchow of Pleasantville, 27, waits for the

Jerry Schwuchow of Pleasantville, 27, waits for the train to New York at Tarrytown Station. Says, Schwuchow, "I always cry when the Yankees lose the playoffs." Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Yankee fans prepare for Friday night's do-or-die game five against the Baltimore Orioles. A win earns the Yankees a berth in the American League Championship Series, but a loss means an end to the season for the Bronx Bombers. (Oct. 12, 2012)

From left, John Borrusso, 39, with his father,
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

From left, John Borrusso, 39, with his father, Anthony, 69, and son Brian, 15 wait for the train that will take them to Yankee Stadium. (Oct. 12, 2012)

Jerry Schwuchow of Pleasantville, 27, waits for the
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

Jerry Schwuchow of Pleasantville, 27, waits for the train to New York at Tarrytown Station. Says, Schwuchow, "I always cry when the Yankees lose the playoffs."

An Orioles fan and a Yankees fan buy
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

An Orioles fan and a Yankees fan buy tickets side-by-side for the next train that will take them to Grand Central Station on their way to Yankee Stadium. (Oct. 12, 2012)

From left, John Kelly of Pearl River, 53;
Photo Credit: Elizabeth Daza

From left, John Kelly of Pearl River, 53; Billy Gravis, 53, both of Pearl River and Brad Gold of Congers, 45 wait for the Tarrytown train that will take them to Grand Central on their way to the Yankees game. (Oct. 12, 2012)

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