The Yankees are back. It's been six years since they made it to the World Series, but last night they sealed the deal during Game 6 of the American League Championship Series by beating the Anaheim Angels 5—2. Winning the ALCS marked the high point of what the New York Post called a "magical" season. Ultimately, pitcher Andy Pettitte, who had taken a massive pay cut, won the game for the team. His 38th post-season start marked a record, and over 6 1/3 innings in Game 6, he gave up a mere run and seven hits. Because a Game 7 playoff game has been avoided, the Yankees will be able to set up their rotation to begin the series against the Phillies with ace pitcher CC Sabathia.