The Yankees had given the ball to Andy Pettitte to start this night, the way they had so many times in the old days. Now, one more time, it was Mo Rivera's job to finish things, this time at the new Stadium, finish the Angels, pitch the Yankees into another World Series. The last time the Yankees had made the Series, he had gone three innings against the Red Sox and seemed ready to go all night. Now he was in his second inning against the Angels, top of the ninth, Game 6. Now everything was the same for the Yankees, everything the way it used to be. Now you couldn't tell the old from the new because it had all come back to Rivera.