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Thu, 2000-10-26

In Game Five at Shea Stadium, the Yankees win their third consecutive World Series, their fourth title in five years, and record their 26th World championship, by defeating the Mets, 4 - 2. Luis Sojo's ninth inning two-out, tie-breaking single off starter Al Leiter is the decisive hit. Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter becomes the first player to win the All-Star Game MVP and the Series MVP honors in the same season. Joe Torre becomes only the fifth manager to win four World Series championships, joining Hall of Famers Joe McCarthy (7), Casey Stengel (7), Connie Mack (5) and Walter Alston (4) . Full Series Recap

 

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2000 World Series, Al Leiter, Casey Stengel, Connie Mack, Derek Jeter, Joe McCarthy, Joe Torre, Luis Sojo, Shea Stadium, Walter Alston, World Series Most Valuable Player Award

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