Here is an incredible look at the amazing heroics from game 2. Bryan Levick is an MMA writer that had to share his thougts.
I am a Yankee fan and I was screaming at the TV for the ball to go out!
Here are a few excerts from the link that you guys will like.
"The feeling of a walk off is one that many will never get the chance to experience. Last night I went to a movie with my lovely wife and got home in time to see Mark Tiexeira step to the plate. A friend of mine Bryan Levick actually invited me to join him at the second game of the Yanks series, but I couldn’t make the trip. It was a game for the ages and one that he will never forget. Here is his expression of the feeling of a playoff walk off, of a true fan caught up in the moment!"
"With that being said, what I experienced from section 234, row 14, seat 1 last night will live on in my memory for the rest of my life. The first 7 innings were pretty mundane with the exception of Carlos Gomez’s base running blunder in the 4th and another big two out run batted in by the suddenly heroic Alex Rodriguez. When the Twins scored those two-two out runs off the previously invincible Phil Hughes and all time great Mariano Rivera, I knew not to let myself get down, this the NY Yankees I told myself, they have had 15 walkoff wins this year."
When the ball left the bat of Teixeira in the bottom of the 11th, I was on my feet like I had been for the past hour or so. As I watched the ball skip off the top of the leftfield fence and in to the stands, the whole crowd roared in unison as the Yankees completed another historic comeback. We all looked at each other with an amazed expression as if to say did we just witness that?