When it was over, nobody could imagine that to embrace and WHO to spray champagne. So the Yankees, the team into a Frat Party have turned and shouted to each other in the manner of its use as a substitute for tears. It was a fitting end to a nearly perfect season in the Bronx. The attackers were simply too good for the Phillies, because they put too much firepower for the Twins and Angels.
National League champs set up a decent fight, but after the 7-3 loss in Game 6 of the World Series, Charlie Manuel was forced to admit, what was clear to the industry, not across the country. "(The Yankees) have been a very good team," he said softly. "They deserved to win." The assailants were too busy to celebrate truly appreciate the value characteristics of the irony. But everywhere you looked, there was no proof of how special and different from this team was.
There were virtually no attack on Derek Jeter Alex Rodriguez, sprayed with champagne enough for third baseman in a human sponge off. They were friends now - finally. "What does it mean for you?" A-Rod, Jeter said, and he replied: It is the world. Andy Pettitte was immersed in the same post-victory glow - out-Pedro Martinez pitching nearly six innings, then left the mound to thunderous applause.
It was the 18th career victory in a playoff Pettitte and a perfect (and unstated) "Take That" for the administration for offering only 5.5 million dollars this year. Pettitte has given the tone with a 1-2-3 first inning, showing that he was not pitching questions on three days rest. Pedro was not Pettitte, who struggles with his command and velocity. The non-reading gun, Martinez said all made a 90 km / h, what Manuel said sadly: "(Pedro) was not simply a good fastball."