Images: World Series Game 5 Goes Phillies’ Way

Yankees once again were "Pedro's Daddy" as they evened up the World Series.

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New York Yankees fan Dane Aagaard of Closter, N.J., reacts while watching Game 5 of the Major League Baseball World Series on television at Stout in New York. The Philadelphia Phillies beat the New York Yankees 8-6 in game 5.
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Philadelphia Phillies' Shane Victorino is hit by a pitch from New York Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett in the first inning of Game 5.
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New York Yankees' Derek Jeter leaps over Philadelphia Phillies' Carlos Ruiz to turn a double play on a ball hit by Matt Stairs during the eighth inning of Game 5 of the Major League Baseball World Series.
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New York Yankees' Hideki Matsu is seen during the ninth inning of Game 5 of the Major League Baseball World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies.
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Philadelphia Phillies' Ryan Madson pitches to the New York Yankees during the ninth inning of Game 5.
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Philadelphia Phillies' Jimmy Rollins and Chase Utley celebrate after winning 8-6 over the Yankees in game 5.
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Philadelphia Phillies' Ryan Madson celebrates after defeating the New York Yankees in Game 5 of the Major League Baseball World Series.
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Philadelphia Phillies' Raul Ibanez fails to catch a two-run RBI double to center field by New York Yankees' Alex Rodriguez during the eighth inning of Game 5 of the Major League Baseball World Series Monday, Nov. 2, 2009, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
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Pedro Martinez took the ball for the Phillies in Game 2 with the hope that he could show the Yankees "who's daddy."
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Raul Ibanez of the Philadelphia Phillies looks on in Game Two of the 2009 MLB World Series at Yankee Stadium.
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Ryan Howard of the Philadelphia Phillies reacts after striking out for the fourth time in the game as manager Charlie Manuel looks on against the New York Yankees in Game Two of the 2009 MLB World Series.
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Starting pitcher A.J. Burnett of the New York Yankees pitches against the Philadelphia Phillies in Game Two of the 2009 MLB World Series at Yankee Stadium.
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Starting pitcher Pedro Martinez of the Philadelphia Phillies comes out of the game in the seventh inning against the New York Yankees in Game Two of the 2009 MLB World Series.
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The New York Yankees celebrate their 3-1 win against the Philadelphia Phillies in Game Two of the 2009 MLB World Series at Yankee Stadium.
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Hideki Matsui of the New York Yankees celebrates with Jerry Hairston Jr. after Matsui scored a home run in the bottom of the sixth inning against the Philadelphia Phillies in Game Two of the 2009 MLB World Series.
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Derek Jeter of the New York Yankees reacts after turning a double play to end the eighth inning against the Philadelphia Phillies in Game Two of the 2009 MLB World Series at Yankee Stadium.
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The Phils looked cool and loose as they practiced before Game 2 at Yankee Stadium.
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Game 1 hero Chase Utley was preparing his game plan for the second go around.
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Matt Stairs looked ready to start swinging that bat as he waited for the game to begin.
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Ryan Howard loosened up with the glove even though he is better known for his work with the bat.
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Alex Rodriguez looked on during batting practice -- he was hoping for redemption after striking out three times in Game 1.
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Fans poured in the stadium before Game 2 in the Bronx.
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Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett quickly ended the Phils first inning.
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Shane Victorino wasn't too happy with a called third strike from home plate umpire Jeff Nelson in the first.
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Howard didn't get off to a great start in Game 2 either -- he also struck out.
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Pedro took the hill for the Phils and quickly put the Yanks down in the first.
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Just like Game 1 Derek Jeter struck out to lead off for the Yankees.
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Raul Ibanez got a bloop double to get the Phillies going.
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Johnny Damon couldn't make it to Ibanez's hit. the ball bounced into the crowd for a ground-rule double.
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Stairs got the ball rolling for the Phillies in the second inning with an RBI single that scored Ibanez.
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Ibanez just made it home in time.
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The struggles against Burnett continued for Howard as he struck out with two on in the third.
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Jeter also took a seat after striking out for the second time.
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Yankee first baseman Mark Teixeira celebrated after catcher Jose Molina picked off Jayson Werth in the top of the fourth.
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Teixeira had more reason to celebrate in the bottom of the inning when he tied the game with a solo shot off Pedro.
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The Yankee faithful were fired up after Teixiera's bomb.
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Jerry Hairston Jr. wasn't happy to be one of Pedro's eight strikeout victims.
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Choochtober continued with a fifth inning Carlos Ruiz double but he was stranded.
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Burnett cruised through six innings of one-run ball.
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Pedro was cruising until there until two out in the sixth...
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That's when Hideki Matsui went yard.
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Matsui put the Yanks up 2-1.
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Howard wasn't happy after his third strikeout. One of nine total Ks for Burnett.
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Manager Charlie Manuel probably left Pedro in a little too long -- alloweing his starter to put runners on first and third before being taken out in the seventh. In six-plus innings Pedro allowed three runs on six hits and two walks.
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Burnett was the better starter -- he went seven strong innings allowing one run on four hits and two walks.
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Jorge Posada came off the bench to hit an RBI single in the seventh inning that put the Bronx Bombers up by two.
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The inning ended on what appeared to be a blown call on a liner hit to Howard. Posada argued that Howard didn't catch the ball -- the play ended the inning.
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Yankees Manager Joe Girardi argued the Posada call with umpire Brian Gorman but the play wasn't the only apparent blown call Gorman would make and the second down Girardi's team would reap the benefits.
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Yanks closer Mariano Rivera was called on to get the final eight outs.
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Rivera gave a fist pump after Gorman mistakenly called Chase Utley out at first to end the top of the eighth.
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The inning-ending double play got Jeter fied up.
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A dejected Howard wore the dubious "Golden Sombrero" in Game 2 after he struck out four times.
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There weren't many smiles in the Phils dugout in the later innings. And, Manuel's decision to not send the runners in the eighth was questioned.
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Rivera held on to get the save.
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Yankees win their first game at the new Yankee Stadium 3-1.
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