A rain delay forced Game Six from Saturday to Sunday night. There was no rain in the Bronx on Sunday, only a cold chill that absolutely nobody in New York was feeling. The Yankees and Angels came into Sunday night playing in Game Six of the ALCS, both teams with different agendas. For the Angels, a win would guarantee a Game Seven on Monday night and a chance to pull off an upset. For the Yankees, a win would guarantee a trip to the 2009 World Series, the first trip for the team since 2003. The Yankees were putting up their most reliable pitcher in postseason history in Andy Pettitte, while the Angels were countering with Joe Saunders. Both pitchers pitched well in each of their first games in the ALCS, but each had no decisions. Both Pettitte and Saunders came out firing good pitches thr ...
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