Potential bitter ending for Williams

Bernie Williams could very well have played his final game for the Yankees Monday. And if so, it was a sad ending.

Originally Published: October 10, 2005
By Jim Caple | ESPN.com

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- After 15 years with New York -- long enough to finish in last place for Stump Merrill, which probably deserves a bust in Monument Park on its own -- Bernie Williams was the designated hitter in what was possibly his last game as Yankee. And interestingly, what went on in a Bernie-less center field may have cost the Yankees the game Monday night.

With two out, two on and New York leading 2-1 in the second, No. 9 hitter Adam Kennedy slammed a pitch from Mike Mussina to deep ...

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