After Game 6 of the ALCS was postponed due to rain, there was the Yankees veteran left-hander warming up in the outfield. He took sprints on the puddle-filled warning track. It was as if Game 6 was still going to happen. Andy Pettitte stood out there in an empty Yankee Stadium contemplating the importance of lifting his team to the World Series just one more time.á The rain-soaked Pettitte later took a seat in the empty stadium. Yankee Stadium is most definitely not going to be empty for Game 6. The Yankees lead the best of seven series against the Angels 3-2. It will be up toá Pettitte to ensure that there will not be a seventh game and that the Yankees make their first trip to the World Series since 2003.á The Angels will start left-handed pitcher Joe Saunders. His goal is to pitch a ...
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