Yankees vs. Mets Live Blog: The Subway Series Finale on Sunday Night Baseball
Pitching for the Yankees is CC Sabathia, 9-3 with 3.55 ERA, while on the mound for the Mets is R.A. Dickey, 11-1 with a 2.00 ERA.
On Friday night, the Mets were able to get to Andy Pettitte early, scoring five runs in the first inning. The Yankees fought back late, but the Mets held onto a 6-4 win in Game 1.
In Game 2, the Mets had a 3-0 lead behind Chris Young, but Raul Ibanez changed that in the seventh inning, tying the game with a three-run home run to make it 3-3. Two batters later, Eric Chavez pinch-hit a go-ahead home run to left field and gave the Yankees a 4-3 lead they would hold onto for the remainder of the game.
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Boone Logan gets the win for the Yankees.
Miguel Batista takes the loss for the Mets.
Rafael Soriano converts his 15th save of the season for the Yankees.
The Yankees take two out of three from the Mets at Citi Field.
Ike Davis up for the Mets pinch-hitting with two outs.
Davis flies out to right field for the third and final out and the game is over.
End of the 9th inning. Final Score: Yankees 6, Mets 5
Lucas Duda up as the last chance for the Mets.
Duda singles to right field.
Runner on with two out for Ike Davis.
Daniel Murphy pinch hits for the pitcher spot and he lines out to Cano for the second out.
Bottom of the ninth inning....
Yankees closer Rafael Soriano now in to attempt to shut the door.
David Wright up to bat as it starts to rain at Citi Field. Wright is battling, fouling off several pitches in the at-bat.
On the 10th pitch of the at-bat, Soriano strikes out Wright for the first out of the inning.
Curtis Granderson hits the ball to center for the third out of the inning.
The Mets will get one final chance to score in the bottom of the inning.
Derek Jeter up for the Yankees; Jeter hits the ball to shortstop for the second out.
Jeter is now 0-for-5 in the game.
Top of the ninth inning...
Bobby Parnell now pitching for the Mets.
Eric Chavez is now pinch-hitting for the Yankees. Chavez strikes out swinging for the first out.
Robertson is called for a balk, and Torres moves from second to third.
Tejada grounds out to third for the third and final out of the eighth inning.
Big out for the Yankees and Robertson, who was reeling in that inning.
End of the 8th inning: Yankees 6, Mets 5
Ruben Tejada bats now with one on and two out; Robertson is really paying close attention to Torres at first base.
With Tejada batting, Torres steals second base easily.
With two outs, Andres Torres turns around to bat left-handed.
Torres hits the ball by Cano for a single.
Runner on first with two outs for Ruben Tejada.
David Robertson is now in pitching for the Yankees with one out in the eighth.
Vinny Rottino now batting; Robertson freezes Rottino with a called strike three.
Bottom of the eighth inning...
Boone Logan remains in the game for the Yankees and Dewayne Wise is now in left field.
Leading off the eighth is Josh Thole; Thole strikes out swinging.
Joe Girardi will now take out Logan for setup man David Robertson.
Dewayne Wise comes in as a pinch-runner for the Yankees and will likely take over as a defensive replacement.
Chris Stewart now up with two outs; Batista is really focused on Wise at first and Stewart is patient with this at-bat.
Stewart strikes out swinging to end the inning.
Raul Ibanez now up for the Yankees; Ibanez gets his 3rd hit of the game with a single to right field.
One on and two out now for the Bombers.
Nick Swisher hits the ball to second base and now there are two outs.
Mark Teixeira hits the ball to right-center for the first out of the inning.
Top of the eighth inning...
Miguel Batista is still in for the Mets.
Robinson Cano crushes a solo home run to center field over the Apple and now it's 6-5 Yankees.
Ronny Cedeno pops it up to short for the third out.
Boone Logan with a very easy 1-2-3 seventh inning.
End of the 7th inning: Yankees 5, Mets 5
Justin Turner hits a long fly ball to deep right, but Nick Swisher makes the out, and now there are two outs.
Bottom of the seventh inning...
Boone Logan is now pitching for the Yankees.
Lucas Duda leads off for the Mets; Duda strikes out swinging for the first out.
Alex Rodriguez hits a liner to third and David Wright throws out A-Rod for the third out.
Batista gets through an easy 1-2-3 inning.
Curtis Granderson strikes out looking for the second out.
Top of the seventh inning...
Miguel Batista now pitching for the Mets.
Derek Jeter leads off the seventh; Jeter flies out to right for the first out.
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