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Cleveland Indians 2 at Florida Marlins 3, F/11 — At first, the 1997 World Series between the powerful Cleveland Indians and the upstart Marlins seemed as if it would be memorable only because it marked the first time a wild-card team made it to the big dance. But as Florida’s Craig Counsell touched home plate
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Atlanta Braves 1 at NY Yankees 4, F — The Yankees became the first team to sweep consecutive World Series in 60 years — since the DiMaggio-led Yankees did it to the Cubs and Reds in 1938-39 – when they beat the Atlanta Braves 4-1 in Yankee Stadium. After a regular season filled with personal
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New York Mets 5 at New York Yankees 6, F — Although Roger Clemens dominated the game with eight two-hit innings, it wasn’t his pitching that garnered the postgame headlines. The Yankees seized control of the first Subway Series in 44 years with a 6-5 victory, but the buzz of the game was the “Clemens
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New York Yankees 4 at Boston Red Sox 5, F/14 — Fresh off a 12-inning epic the night before, in which the Sox were three outs away from being unceremoniously swept out from the ALCS, Game 5 itself is an all-time playoff classic. Back and forth all game long, the Sox entered the 8th inning
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New York Yankees 4 at New York Mets 2, F — The Yankees held a three-games-to-one advantage as the modern-day Subway Series headed into Game 5 at Shea. Through eight, each club had pushed across just two runs against tough pitching — the Yanks picking up solo home runs by Bernie Williams and Derek Jeter,
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New York Yankees 2 at Arizona Diamondbacks 3, F — A fitting finale to one of the best World Series ever. Surviving two stunning losses in Games 4 and 5, the Diamondbacks found their own late-inning magic in the person of Luis Gonzalez. It began with Hall-of-Fame-bound starters Roger Clemens and Curt Schilling trading zeros
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National League 1 @ American League, 4, F — The last All-Star game of the 20th century gathered together baseball’s “All-Century” team, the greatest living players of all time. This spine-tingling spectacle was augmented by the appearance of the legend among legends, Ted Williams, on hand to throw out the first pitch. His magnetism led
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Boston Red Sox 5 at New York Mets 8, F — Both teams were facing their final game in one of the most dramatic postseasons ever: the Mets finally triumphant in an epic NLCS vs. the Houston Astros; the Red Sox fighting the “Curse of the Bambino” and the California Angels in the ALCS… and
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Atlanta Braves 0 at Minnesota Twins 1, F/10 — A classic World Series is capped by a classic Game 7 as the Twins and Braves need extra frames to determine a winner at the Metrodome. Jack Morris goes the distance with a seven-hit, ten-inning shutout masterpiece and a base-running blunder by Atlanta’s Lonnie Smith in
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New York Yankees 4 at Brooklyn Dodgers 2, F — Gene Woodling and Mickey Mantle homered, and Billy Martin made a game-saving grab of an infield popup gone awry, as the Yankees recovered from a three game to two deficit to win their fourth of five straight World Series, in seven games over the Brooklyn
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Boston Red Sox 4 at Colorado Rockies 3, F — A scintillating seven-game winning streak that began in Cleveland with the season on the brink of elimination ended with the Red Sox mobbing each other in the thin air of Coors Field of all places, culminating in a World Series championship that didn’t take even
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Oakland Athletics 4 at Los Angeles Dodgers 5, F — The Dodgers, already serious underdogs against the A’s and Bash Brothers Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire, are given even less of a chance with injured star Kirk Gibson on the shelf. Canseco’s second-inning grand slam gives Oakland a 4-3 lead until the bottom of the
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