Hot Yankee bats go cold in Game 1
New York couldn't get a handle on Phillies starter Cliff Lee in 6-1 Game 1 loss
NEW YORK -- The Yankees were shut out once all season at their palatial new ballpark in the Bronx. The blanking came on June 18, in a 3-0 loss to the lovable and terminally beleaguered Washington Nationals.
Trivia buffs, take note: The quintet of Craig Stammen, Ron Villone, Julian Tavarez, Joe Beimel and Mike MacDougal did the honors.
In a 6-1 loss to Philadelphia in Game 1 of the World Series, New York avoided a shutout with an unearned run against Cliff Lee in the bottom of ...
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WORLD SERIES GAME 1: PHILLIES 6, YANKEES 1
Behind Cliff Lee's gem and Chase Utley's power, the Phillies went into the Bronx and beat the Yankees in Game 1. World Series page »