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Daily Yankees Predictions 4/29/14: Cano is back, and A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall

Robinson Cano is back in the Bronx. So is the rain. Will the Yankees get tonight's game in? Will they get tomorrow night's game in? New PSA DP questions await you.

Weather permitting, tonight will kick off a three game series against the Seattle Mariners. Robinson Cano, former super awesome, talented, healthy Yankee second baseman, returns to the Bronx for the first time since he signed the Mariners' "Bruce Wayne-ish" contract. It's nothing compared to that sweet blogger coin though. Hahahahaaa...siiiiigh. New DP questions for the week.

4/29/14 Daily Predictions & Fun Questions

1. Combined number of innings from both starting pitchers?
2. Total number of Yankee hits?
3. Total number of opponent's hits?
4. Total number of Yankee runs scored? (not just earned runs)
5. Total number of Yankee pinch hitters?
6. Name one Yankee you think will have the most RBI's tonight
7. Name one Yankee you think will hit a home run tonight
8. Best overall Yankee of the night?

Hipster Fill in the Blank: I was _____________ before it was ________. (You can decide on the last blank being "in" or "a thing" or whatevs)

Least favorite commercial on TV or Radio?

What food/drink/condiment/spice/etc. did you once hate but now love?

Preferred brand of toothpaste?

Michael Pineda would have been the starting pitcher tonight, but he is unavailable after coming down with a bad case of suspension. CC Sabathia is now the scheduled starter, but the Yankees will be lucky to get this game in tonight. Or tomorrow night. In fact, we're looking at a potential triple header on Thursday. Okay, they're probably not going to play a triple header on Thursday. Nevertheless, this is the Mariners' only trip to the Bronx this season, so the teams are going to have to get creative when it comes to make up dates.

So, loyal PSAer, what would you do? If tonight's game and tomorrow night's game are rained out, how would you solve the problem?