Phillies-Yankees: Cliff Lee Shines in Game One of 2009 World Series

Posted: 28th October 2009 by K. D. James in MLB
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More over, Cole Hamels. The Philadelphia Phillies have another big-time lefty ace in town. Cliff Lee proved his worth last night with a six-hit complete game against the mighty New York Yankees,ástriking out 10 and walking none. Lee now has a 3-0 postseason record and a remarkable 0.54 ERA. His pitching efforts stifled the Yankees offense, but he didn't do it alone: The bats of the Phillies did not remain silent throughout the game, helping the starter with timely runs in a resounding 6-1 victory on the road. The World Series still has no victoráas yet. It's still too early to tell, butáas history has shown for the past six years, theáteam that hasáwon GameáOne of the Series went on to win the title. On a pretty typical, Atlantic Coast mid-fall evening, brave patrons weathered throug ...

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