Epic

Game 2 of the
2009 ALDS between the Yankees and the Twins ended more than 12 hours ago, but I
just put it into perspective.

The next few
innings had the feel of a roller coaster. In the bottom of the tenth, Brett
Gardner (who was pinch running for Jorge Posada) stole second base and then
advanced to third on Joe Nathan’s errant throw into center field. He was on
third base with one out, and a win seemed to be moments away. But Derek Jeter
hit a line drive to Twins shortstop Orlando Cabrera, who caught the ball and
doubled up Garnder at third. Just like that, the inning was over.

9 Comments

we played a good seventh inning but i think the smarter decision would have been to take burnett out and bring phil coke in. and this whole thing with burnett pitching catchers thats bull. we need posada in there to control the plate and his hittin is improving thats who we need in ther he needs to suck it up

start gardner over swisher he isnt doin nuttin to impress me i think he could make it hard for the angels with his speed and base running and i think he would be a good run producer not swisher hes blowin it striking out and popin up with ppl on base

they way i see it if they cant hit then change up the lineup or the battin order and the same goes for the pitching rotation

hey a-rod there scared of you man. you and jeter need to show this team how its done and we need to get you in the world series you two are just to good. i hope you two show torri hunter and the angels up and then maybe torri hunter wont be laughin then

way to step it up out there, its yankee nation baby. lets give the angels and phillies what we are made of and bring back a championship bck to new york

way to step it up out there, its yankee nation baby. lets give the angels and phillies what we are made of and bring back a championship bck to new york

I could read a book about this without finding such real-world arpopaches!

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