They beat Dallas Keuchel. These young, irrepressible Yankees beat a pitcher who hadn't surrendered a single run to them over 14 2/3 postseason innings.
They beat a pitcher who entered the game with the best all-time career ERA (1.09) against any opponent in the history of baseball, minimum of 50 innings.
Yeah, Keuchel had owned New York. He owned it the way Joe Namath owned New York, the way Derek Jeter did, only not in a good way.
The young guys, the Baby Bombers, took turns getting big hits Wednesday night as the Yankees beat Keuchel and his Houston Astros 5-0 to take a 3-2 ALCS lead and push one win away from their first World Series since 2009.
As remarkable as...