Before Game Three of the 2009 World Series could be played between the Yankees and the Phillies, the fans at Citizens Bank Park experienced an 80 minute rain delay to start the night. After the delay was over and the tarps were pulled off the field, the Fall Classic was on. After the first two games of the World Series were in New York, the series shifted to Philadelphia where both teams were tied 1-1 and looking to take an advantage. The Yankees were sending up their most experienced starter in Andy Pettitte, who art the time had the most career postseason wins with 16, while the Phillies were sending up Cole Hamels, the 2008 World Series MVP. Both Pettitte and Hamels got through the first innings scoreless, but only Hamels would get through the second inning with no trouble. As for Petti ...
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