Clifton Phifer Lee just pitched one of the best games in World Series history.
The Philadelphia lefthander dominated the Yankees, scattering six hits without a walk and striking out 10. He seemed to tire a bit in the ninth inning, giving up a run on two hits and an error. The only run was unearned.
Until then, only one Yankee runner reached second base.
Lee seemed to be messing with the Yankees, nonchalantly catching a pop-up off the bat of Johnny Damon and making a behind-the-stab of a one-hopper by Robinson Cano.
The Phillies are an impressive 8-2 in this postseason, outscoring their opponents 61-32.