2011 MLB Opening Day!!!

Today is the official Opening Day for the 2011 MLB Season. A lot of changes were made and you will see new faces in new teams. A lot of talk is surrounded around the Boston Red Sox and Atlanta Braves having good seasons, but majority of the talk has been about the NY Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies. Today the Yankees play the Detroit Tigers, along with a few other games. So lets get ready to Play Ball!!!

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Texas Rangers Advance To 1st World Series In Franchise History

The Texas Rangers have won the American League Championship and are now headed to their first World Series in franchise history. The Rangers defeated the NY Yankees 6-1 last night to hold them off. They have been playing good all year and their opponent will have some trouble during the World Series. Congrats!

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New York Yankees Come From Behind To Win Game 1 Of ALCS

The Yankees had a rough start as they were down 5-0 at a point in the game. The Rangers were getting to CC Sabathia and good. The Yanks though, turned the game around in the 8th innings scoring 6 runs and stealing game 1 of the ALCS by the score of 6-5. It was an opportunity lost by the Rangers, so lets see how the series plays out.

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NY Yankees 7 – Philadelphia Phillies 3 (World Series Game 6) – WIN WORLD SERIES

The Philadelphia Phillies faced another win or go home game last night in game 6. Pedro Martinez faced off with pitcher Andy Pettitte from the Yankees. Pedro was not on last night and the Yankees won the game 7-3 and the series 4-2. Hideki Matsui had a big game with 6 rbi’s and was named World Series MVP.

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Philadelphia Phillies 8 – NY Yankees 6 (World Series Game 5)

This game was do or die for the Philadelphia Phillies facing elimination. Phillies ace Cliff Lee was on the mound today and pitched a pretty good game. Chase Utley started the rally with a 3-run homerun in the first and a solo homerun in the 7th. In the top of the 8th Lee gave up another 2 runs in the game which made it 8-4 Phillies at that point. The Yankees added 2 more runs, but Chad Durbin was able to hold off in the 9th for a 8-6 victory for the Phillies sending the series back to New York at 3-2 Yankees.

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NY Yankees 8 – Philadelphia Phillies 5 (World Series Game 3)

Alex Rodriguez finally made an impact in the World Series last night and it was game changing. He hit a controversial homerun, that had to be reviewed through instant replay by the umpires in order to make the call. When the call was made, it was indeed a homer. The ball hit a camera that was a little over the homerun gate in right field. After this, Cole Hamels was out of sync and just turned the game around. The Yankees won the game 8-5 and now lead the series 2-1.

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NY Yankees 3 – Philadelphia Phillies 1 (World Series Game 2)

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Last night was another pitcher’s duo, but this time the Yankees came out in the wining side. AJ Burnett had 7 strikeouts and only gave up 1 run. Mark Teixeira ant Matsui hit homers in the 3-1 victory for the Yankees as they tied the series at 1-1.

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Philadelphia Phillies 6 – NY Yankees 1 (World Series Game 1)

Cliff Lee’s performance last night in game 1 of the World Series was unbeLeevable! He pitched a complete game and near shut out versus the New York Yankees. Lee added 10 strikeouts to his performance in a 6-1 victory in game 1. Chase Utley started things with not 1 but 2 solo homeruns. Cliff Lee even had some nice defense going on as well. Pedro Martinez will start game 2 for the Phillies tonight.

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