It's becoming a theme in the new Yankee Stadium for opposing teams. If you don't win the game before the ninth inning, you're in deep trouble, because the Yankees will find a way to come back and beat you. On Wednesday night, it was no different. The Yankees were trailing the Blue Jays 4-2 in the bottom of the eighth inning and looked a little flat against the Blue Jays pitching. Alex Rodriguez got on with a base hit against Scott Downs. Up came Hideki Matsui, who is very tough against left-handed pitching. Matsui takes a Downs breaking pitch and drills it into the right field seats for a game-tying, two-run home run to make the score 4-4. All of a sudden, the momentum shifted in favor of the Yankees. Mariano Rivera breezed through the top of the ninth, which would put Toronto on their hee ...
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