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Greenberg Tweets the World Series

On Monday, the Philadelphia Phillies breathed life into their comeback bid in the World Series, defeating the New York Yankees, 8-6, to send the series back to the Bronx for Games 6 on Wednesday. New York leads the series, three games to two.

Seth Greenberg, Virginia Tech's basketball coach, is a Yankee fan who traveled to New York for games earlier this season. While he has been watching the World Series from Blacksburg, you can follow Greenberg's observations of the Bombers on Twitter (@HeadHokie).

Below is a sampling of Greenberg's Yankee-related tweets from Major League Baseball's post season:

-- "yanks need to make a run to set the stage the return to the Bronx!" Nov. 2

-- "A Pettitte is a focused a competitor as there is in sport! As he peers over his glove he is locked in." 5:39 a.m. on Oct. 31

-- "The Series is on! Yanks ready to take their act on the road with confidence!" 7:29 p.m. on Oct 29

-- "Remember it is a series not the Super Bowl." 9:06 a.m. on Oct 29

-- "Phillies are the Angels with bigger bats! Bull pen must be solid. This will be a great World Series!" 11:51 a.m. on Oct 26

-- "Yanks back where they belong! Watching their celebration you can see their chemistry! They are in it together!" 11:48 a.m. on Oct 26

-- "Playing to win as opposed to playing not to lose is a tribute to the Yankee coaching staff and the chemistry of the team." 5:56 a.m. on Oct 21

-- "Yank have a championship chemistry! hope they have the pitching to go with their bats!" 8:03 a.m. on Oct 16

By Mark Viera  |  November 3, 2009; 10:45 AM ET
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