Some links to various items around the interwebs, in the aftermath of yesterday's clinching Game 6...
Joel Sherman has an interesting piece in the New York Post about torch-passing. Sherman points out that, in the 1996 playoffs, the Yankees, with a rookie shortstop named Derek Jeter, beat the Orioles, who had an aging and past-his-prime Cal Ripken, Jr., at short. Now, says Sherman, Elvis Andrus is playing the role of Jeter, the young, dynamic shortstop debuting in the playoffs, and providing a contrast with the once-great Jeter, whose time has passed.
FanGraphs did a live chat of the game yesterday, and you can read the transcript here.
Andrew Marchand at ESPN New York says the Yankees' season was a failure.
T.R. Sullivan writes about Rangers third base coach Dave Anderson returning to the World Series 22 years after he was on the World Series winning 1988 Dodgers, where he had a key role as a decoy before Kirk Gibson's game-winning homer.
FoxSportsSouthwest.com has a piece on the greatness of Josh Hamilton.