Thursday, November 5, 2009

New York Yankees Win 2009 World Series W/ Hideki Matsui As MVP! [VIDEOS]

The Yankees won and celebrated their 27th World Series Wednesday night, beating the Phillies, 7-3, in Game 6. Hideki Matsui drove in six runs with a home run, double and single and became the first Japanese-born player named World Series MVP. The title comes in the team's inagural season in their new ballpark in the Bronx.
Ken Rosenthal talks with the Yankees after New York's 27th World Series title. Hear what they had to say about their Game 6 win against the Phillies.
Check out the Yankees as they are presented the World Series championship trophy. Hideki Matsui took the honors as World Series MVP.
It was pure baseball ecstasy early Thursday morning for the Yankees, who reveled in a champagne celebration after winning the World Series in six games against the Phillies. After the game, the champions spoke about their latest accomplishment.
COMMENTARY: When is it too cold to play the World Series? With temperatures dipping into the 40s during this year's Northeastern Fall Classic, AP National Sports Columnist Jim Litke has a few thoughts for Commissioner Bud Selig.
New York Yankees Win 2009 World Series W/ Hideki Matsui As MVP!

Yankees Top Phils to Win Their 27th World Series

Raw Video: Yankees Win World Series

World Series Trophy Presentation

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Yankees Talk About Winning It All

Yanks Fans React After 27th Title Win

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