Boomer gets a warm welcome—and then the Yankees get their just deserts. Back to back dingers with two outs in the bottom of the ninth? No problem. A four-run ralley in the 12thwin it? No problem. Just in case you’re counting, that’s the 26th come-from-behind win of the year. We can’t help but think of 1998, when everybreak seemed to go the Yankees’ way.
Our only question: is there anyone left on the pitching staff who isn’t injured? Paging Lee Guetterman.