The Yankees just missed a golden opportunity. After Ventura doubled in the first run of the game in the second, the Yankees had third and second and one out for Rivera. He hit a ball to the third baseman Glaus. The runners held and then Soriano ended the inning with a deep fly ball to right. As much as I hate to agree with Tim McCarver, if the Yankees had sent Coomer from third on the groundball, the worst that could happen would be runners at firt and third and two outs and the best would be a run. Glaus has a great arm at third and Coomer is slow as a slug, but wasn't it worth a shot? The only difference between second-and-third and first-and-third with two outs is that the trailing runner probably won't score on a single. Torre must have great confidence in the next batter, Soriano, and Glaus' arm to not try it.