When New York Yankees fans wake up tomorrow morning, they will feel something very strange; something they have not felt in almost a decade. It is not the heartbreak of Game Seven of the 2001 World Series. It is not Game Six of the 2003 World Series. And it will certainly not feel like the 2004 ALCS. No, this is something Yankees fans, after taking it all in, will remember feeling back in the late 90s. Yes, start spreading the news, the New York Yankees are champions of baseball for the 27th time in franchise history. The Yankees finished the season on top, as they and their fans expected all along. One-hundred and three wins capped off the best regular season for any club in the MLB, and after defeating the Minnesota Twins in three games, the Anaheim Angels in six, and now, the defending ...
Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - MLB
Article written by Mike DiPietro