Live truth instead of professing it

Who won Game 6 of the 2009 World Series?

Who won Game 6 of the 2009 World Series?

The New York Yankees
Yankees dismiss Phils for 27th World Series title The New York Yankees have won the World Series, beating the defending champion Philadelphia Phillies 7-3 in Game 6 behind Hideki Matsui’s record-tying six RBIs.

Who started Game 1 of the 2009 World Series?

The pitching staffs were also the subject of significant discussion prior to the series. The starting pitchers for Game 1, CC Sabathia and Cliff Lee, were regarded as aces who dominated the 2009 postseason with a 0.96 earned run average (ERA) between them.

When did the World Series go from 9 to 7 games?

Although most World Series have been of the best-of-seven format, the 1919 World Series was a best-of-nine series (along with 1903, 1920, and 1921)….

1919 World Series
Dates October 1–9
Venue Redland Field (Cincinnati) Comiskey Park (Chicago)

Who did the Yankees beat in 2009 World Series?

Philadelphia Phillies
New York Yankees over Philadelphia Phillies (4-2)

Who won the 2008 MLB World Series?

Philadelphia Phillies2008 World Series / Champion

Who was the MVP of the 2009 World Series?

Hideki Matsui
MLB Awards – World Series MVP

World Series MVP
2009 Hideki Matsui New York Yankees
2008 Cole Hamels Philadelphia Phillies
2007 Mike Lowell Boston Red Sox

Did Cliff Lee win a World Series?

During his career, Lee was a member of five All-Star teams, won the Cy Young Award, and had consecutive World Series appearances in 2009 and 2010 with the Phillies and Texas Rangers….

Cliff Lee
Win–loss record 143–91
Earned run average 3.52
Strikeouts 1,824

Has there ever been a game 8?

1912 World Series Game 8, New York Giants at Boston Red Sox, October 16, 1912 |

Has there ever been a walk off homerun to win the World Series?

JERRY HOWARTH One of the best pieces of trivia that came out of that: Only two World Series have ended with a walk-off home run. Bill Mazeroski for Pittsburgh in 1960 at Forbes Field to win Game 7 against the Yankees 10–9, and Joe Carter 33 years later against the Philadelphia Phillies.