The 2009 World Series is set. The New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies will be doing battle in an All East Cast war for baseball supremacy. The New York Yankees are on a mission to begin their history at New Yankees Stadium with another World Series win and the Philadelphia Phillies are still fighting respect after winning the World Series just last season. Will this be the series that ends the curse of the 21st century for the Yankees or officially announces the beginning of a long-awaited Phillies dynasty? Only those with World Series tickets will be able to see the answer live.
The MLB have to be happy. They have a World Series with two teams whose fans have such passion for their teams that this World Series is sure to go down as an instant classic. The New York Yankees and the Philadelphia Phillies will be bringing the games and World Series Tickets to New Yankee Stadium and Citizens Bank Park. Just 108 miles and under two hours apart, this series is sure to be full of bad blood that will be left on the field, in the stands, and on the streets.
The New York Yankees finished with the best record in baseball and atop the AL East. They turned the season around and proved why they are one of the most popular teams in all of sports. This first season at New Yankee Stadium could end fittingly with a title.
The Philadelphia Phillies won the NL East with 93 wins, sputtering at times throughout the season to defend their 2008 title. The addition of Cliff Lee and Pedro Martinez to the starting rotation helped solidify the team's chances in the postseason and has taken them through Colorado and Los Angeles to the World Series.
This will be an explosive series with plenty of big bats, big name pitchers, and expletives exchanged on both sides. Find the best seats and enjoy World Series tickets for this incredible series, as these baseball teams fight it out for seven games.
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