World Series: Cliff Lee Loses Twice In Series, Heads Into Free Agency
In the World Series, no one ever thought Cliff Lee would lose once, let alone twice, but that's what happened to the Texas Rangers' ace against the San Francisco Giants.
After an awful Game 1 performance, many people expected Lee to return to the form that baffled the Tampa Bay Rays and overpowered the New York Yankees. However, it was just more disappointment for Lee, who gave up a three-run home run to Edgar Renteria, a hit that turned out to be the game winner for San Francisco.
Now Lee faces plenty of questions ahead of him. No longer is he the dominant postseason pitcher he was made out to be, having struggled in his last three World Series starts going back to his time in Philadelphia. Not only that, but he's a free agent to be and the rumor is that the Yankees are going to be making a big play for the services of the pitcher that seems to have their number.
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