It just wasn't going to happen in Philadelphia.
The baseball season will go at least one more game. Chase Utley was once again the spark for the Phillies as he set the tone in the bottom of the first inning with a three-run homer off A.J. Burnett.
Before that ball reached the right field stands, you just knew tonight would not be the night for the Yankees or Burnett.
Now it's Utley who's auditioning for the role of "Mr. November" over Alex Rodriguez. Utley went on to hit a solo shot in the seventh inning, giving him a record-tying five round-trippers in a World Series.
Burnett had pitched lights out in Game Two, the Yankees' first win of the Series, which greatly changed the momentum. But with the season Burnett had, you just had the feeling that he would not get ...
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Article written by Joseph Andreasen