Facing the prospect of heading to Philadelphia down 2-0 in the World Series, the Yankees rode a stellar performance by pitcher A.J. Burnett, who gave up just four hits in seven innings, to a 3-1 victory Thursday night. "Everyone talked so much about our offense this year, but it was our pitching that made the difference," Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter told reporters. "You win with pitching. We wouldn't have got here without it." The game featured a controversial call in which an umpire declared a line drive by Yankees' hitter Johnny Damon as caught by Ryan Howard, creating a double play. Subsequent replays appeared to show the ball hitting the dirt before entering Howard's glove.