World Series, Game 6: In Andy We Trust

Posted: 4th November 2009 by Dan Hanzus in MLB
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The great thing about the postseason, and the World Series in particular, is that redemption is always just around the corner. Alex Rodriguez knows all about that. He entered last month as a playoff pariahùhis October failures as big a part of his identity as his three MVP awards. It took just 14 games (and 18 RBI) to change all that. Playoff baseball is convenient like that: It's a one-stop shop for re-shaping your legacy. Andy Pettitte doesn't have nearly the same amount of October baggage as Rodriguez. On the surface, they would appear to be polar opposites. The left-hander will make his 40th career playoff start tonight, the most ever. He is baseball's all-time winningest postseason pitcher. But that doesn't mean he's not after his own redemption. Pettitte has been in this same exact ...

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