The Philadelphia Phillies dominated the first game of the World Series with a 6-1 victory over the Yankees. Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee delivered a masterful performance, pitching a complete game and making an impact with his defensive play. At one point he caught a ball behind his back to make an out. ''To be honest I really never have been nervous in the big leagues. This is what I wanted to do my whole life. This is what I take pride in. For me there is no reason to be nervous,'' Lee told reporters after the game. Chase Utley provided the offensive spark for the Phillies with two home runs while Ryan Howard added two doubles and drove in the final run.