2009 WORLD SERIES BASEBALL ODDS – PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES VS. NEW YORK YANKEES LINES
The Philadelphia Phillies attended their second consecutive Fall Classic, and arrived as champions of baseball. They finished the regular season with 93 victories and 63 defeats in the playoffs made it through the Colorado Rockies in four games (3 wins 1 loss) for the Division Series and have won the National League pennant after advantage over Los Angeles Dodgers five games (4-1).
The Yankees, meanwhile, were presented to the forty-World Series in their history, which did not come since 2003. With a record of 103-59 in the regular season, won the Division Series against the Minnesota Twins (3-0) and the American League Championship against the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (4-2). Both franchises had a history of confrontation conducted in the 1950 season.
The World Series started on October 28, 2009, which was the latest start in World Series baseball betting history.
The game ended in November, contrary to the traditional end of October, actually happens a second time since 1903.
The Phillis opened the scoring in the top of the third inning home run by Chase Utley’s solo opener against the Yankees C. C. Sabathia. Utley repeat this action in the sixth inning to put the actions 2-0.
The Philadelphia extended the score (4-0) in the eighth inning on a single by Raul Ibanez off reliever David Robertson, who pushed to Jimmy Rollins and Shane Victorino at home, this same input Phil Hughes had replaced Sabathia (7 I , 2 ER, 6 SO, 2 HR).
Two annotations came to the Phillies in the ninth inning single by Shane Victorino that drove Carlos Ruiz, and Ryan Howard twice, which led to Rollins at the plate. The Yankees’ offense, meanwhile, was silenced throughout the game by winning pitcher Cliff Lee (9 R, 0 ER, 6 SO, 0 HR). The locals scored their lone run in the inning when Derek Jeter finally arrived at home, being on second base when Mark Teixeira grounded into fielder’s choice.
At the top of the second inning, the Phillies went ahead in the score on a single by Matt Stairs, off starter AJ Burnett, Raul Ibanez driving was at second base.
The Yankees responded in the fourth with Mark Teixeira homer against Pedro Martinez. Premises again be awarded a career in the sixth inning with another solo home run to Hideki Matsui put the score 2-1. In the seventh, Jorge Posada singled off reliever Chan Ho Park, who had replaced Martinez (6 R, 3 ER, 8 SO, 2 HR), RBI a run scored by Brett Gardner from third base.
In the eighth inning with the score 3-1, Burnett (7 R, 1 ER, 9 SO, 0 HR), who silenced the Phillies’ offense for seven innings, was relieved by Mariano Rivera pitched eight nine innings managing to keep the difference.
In the second inning the Phillies opened the scoring with Jayson Werth homer to left off starter Andy Pettitte. That same inning with the bases loaded, Jimmy Rollins was base on balls and Pedro Feliz drove in the second race in Philadelphia. Shane Victorino bat after a sacrifice fly to make the score 3-0 scoring with Carlos Ruiz. In the fourth inning, Mark Teixeira, the Yankees, base on balls obtained from starter Cole Hamels and Alex Rodriguez would score a home run to right field to make the score 2-3.
At first, Rodriguez was awarded a double, but to claims of manager Joe Girardi that the ball had beaten off the field camera, and is therefore a home run, the umpires decided to review the play and replay in the video and granted the home run. This was the first time in World Series history that technology is used to verify an action game.
The Yankees went ahead on the scoreboard in the first inning with a grounder from Mark Teixeira failed infield against Joe Blanton, Derek Jeter led to the home. Later, Jorge Posada led to a sacrifice fly, causing Johnny Damon scored to put the score 0-2. The Phillies catch up that first inning with a double to Chase Utley, against C. C. Sabathia, prompting Shane Victorino.
It was in the fourth inning that tied local actions on a single by Pedro Feliz pushing Ryan Howard from second base. However, the Yankees extended the score (2-4), in the fifth inning with consecutive singles to Jeter pushing Nick Swisher, Johnny Damon and Melky Cabrera.
The Yankees opened the scoring with Alex Rodriguez twice, off starter Cliff Lee and the first episode, prompting Johnny Damon from first base. In the bottom of that inning, Chase Utley hit a three-run homer, against A. J. Burnett, prompting Jimmy Rollins and Shane Victorino. The hosts extended the score 6-1 in the third inning, Jayson Werth’s single that drove Utley, Raul Ibanez and Ryan Howard that carried the plate, at that point David Robertson relieved Burnett (2 R, 6 ER, 2 SO, 1 HR).
The sixth race was coming, that same episode, when Carlos Ruiz grounded into fielder’s choice, prompting Werth. The Yankees left the score 2-6 in the fifth inning, when Damon grounded grounder in the table pushing Eric Hinske.
The score was opened in the bottom of the second inning (2-0) when Hideki Matsui for the Yankees against Pedro Martinez and hit a home run with Alex Rodriguez at first base. In the third inning the Phillies scored a run through sacrifice fly by Jimmy Rollins, off starter Andy Pettitte, who pushed Carlos Ruiz at home. However, Hideki Matsui drove in two runs, by Derek Jeter and Johnny Damon in the same episode, with a single to center field, leaving the score 4-1.
It would be in the fifth inning, which also relieved Martinez Chad Durbin (4 R, 4 ER, 5 SO, 1 HR), which added three runs local through pushing Jeter Mark Teixeira, and Matsui double that brought Teixeira and Rodriguez to the plate. In the sixth inning, shortened distance Phillies Ryan Howard homer to Chase Utley on board, with the score 7-3, Joba Chamberlain relieved Pettitte (5.2 I, 3 ER, 3 SO, 1 HR). In the seventh inning the Yankees sent Damaso Marte for Chamberlain to the mound, and Marte was in turn replaced by Mariano Rivera in the eighth inning, he pitched into the last inning to give the victory to the premises and its twenty-seventh title in his history.
MVP 2009 WORLD SERIES BETTING GAME
Hideki Matsui was named the MVP of the World Series, becoming the first player of Japanese descent to deserve this recognition and first full-time designated hitter to win the World Series Most Valuable Player Award.
Foremost among his numbers on the offensive, his six RBIs in six games matched the record for a fall classic game imposed in Game Three of the 1960 World Series by Bobby Richardson.
Matsui also became the third player in Major League history to bat .500 or above and hit 3 home runs in the same World Series, joining only Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig.
2009 MLB SCHEDULE PREDICTIONS WORLD SERIES PICKS
|Date||World Series Game||Network||Air Time(ET)||First Pitch(ET)|
|Wed., Oct. 28th||Game 1, PHI @ NYY||FOX Sports||7:30 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Thurs., Oct. 29th||Game 2, PHI @ NYY||FOX Sports||7:30 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Sat., Oct. 31st||Game 3, NYY @ PHI||FOX Sports||7:30 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Sun., Nov. 1st||Game 4, NYY @ PHI||FOX Sports||8:00 p.m.||8:20 p.m.|
|Mon., Nov. 2nd||Game 5 *, NYY @ PHI||FOX Sports||7:30 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Wed., Nov. 4th||Game 6 *, PHI @ NYY||FOX Sports||7:30 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
|Thurs., Nov. 5th||Game 7 *, PHI @ NYY||FOX Sports||7:30 p.m.||7:57 p.m.|
*Indicates if necessary.