The 2009 World Series carries two lineups more powerful than a Blake Griffin dunk. Too soon, Clipper's fans? Alex Rodriguez and Ryan Howard are the highlights of the dynamic lineups for the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies that are stirring the baseball community into a buzz about the possibility of a high-scoring World Series. Multiple hitters of an equally dangerous caliber flank each superstar. Derek Jeter, Mark Tiexiera, and Robinson Cano for the Yankees. Chase Utley, Raul Ibanez, and Shane Victorino for the Phillies. There is so much explosive offensive talent firing from each dugout that surely, we are set for a slugfest of epic proportions. Right? Not quite. The wings of two top-line pitchers that are set to take the mound in Game One of the fall classic may very well stym ...
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