David Robertson, Joba Chamberlain and Mariano Rivera combined to pitch four scoreless innings while Derek Jeter provided the lone run scored in the game, a solo bomb to left-center, and as it was hit in the 6th inning A.J. Burnett was able to notch the win, a nice reward for his five shutout innings of work on Tuesday night.
The Andy Pettitte World Domination Tour™ continued in the second game, with Pettitte firing 8 economical innings (using only 94 pitches!) of two-run ball en route to a 3-2 Yankee win. Of course, things got interesting in the 8th, as the score was still knotted at two. With runners on the corners, one out and Joe Mauer at the plate, it seemed all but certain that Mauer would be plating the go-ahead run.… Click here to read the rest