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  Déjà vu all over again: The New York Yankees celebrate their 26th championship. AP


Yankees remain New York's finest

New millennium, same New York Yankees. Luis Sojo hit a two-out, tiebreaking single off Al Leiter in the ninth as the Yankees won their third straight World Series title and fourth in five years by beating the New York Mets 4-2 in Game 5. Derek Jeter earned MVP honors, along with his fourth ring at the age of 26. Jeter becomes the first player to claim World Series and All-Star Game MVPs in the same season.

Locker Rooms: Yankees | Mets
Closer Look: The Posada Adventure
Boom Box: Yanks in right place, right time
Ring Dynasty: Four-time champion profiles
SI's Jamal Greene: Sojo not an unlikely hero
SI's Stephen Cannella: One batter too many?
SI's Daniel G. Habib: The Yanks' forgotten man
SI's Jeff Pearlman: Mets GM meets the old Boss
Game 5: Box Score | Notebook | Photo Gallery

Yankees celebrate with another ticker-tape parade
For the third straight year, New York held a parade in the Canyon of Heroes for the Yankees.

Yankees are sure to have new look in 2001
Break up the band? Ten of the 25 players on the World Series roster could be eligible for free agency.

Game 4: Jeter ignites Yanks, bullpen holds off Mets
Derek Jeter homered on the game's first pitch and four relievers combined to shut down the Mets.

Game 3: Benny and the Mets derail El Duque
Benny Agbayani snapped a 2-2 tie in the eighth with a run-scoring double off Orlando Hernandez.

Game 2: Mets' rally comes up short in 6-5 loss
The Yankees are halfway to their 26th World Series crown after knocking off the Mets 6-5.

Game 1: Yankees outlast Mets in 12 innings
It was the perfect game for the city that never sleeps -- 4 hours, 51 minutes of nail-biting drama.

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Game 4: Yankees def. Mets 3-2
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Closer Look: Mets snuffed
SI's Daniel G. Habib: Check mate
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SI's Jeff Pearlman: Seeing is believing
SI's Kostya Kennedy: Smug vs. sentimental

Game 3: Mets def. Yankees 4-2
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Locker Rooms: Yankees | Mets
Photo Gallery: Shea-r madness
Closer Look: One funky hop
SI's Jeff Pearlman: Bubba-licious
SI's Jamal Greene: Still the warrior
SI's Stephen Cannella: Armed forces
SI's Kostya Kennedy: Ya gotta believe

Game 2: Yankees def. Mets 6-5
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Locker Rooms: Mets | Yankees
Photo Gallery: Rocket's red glare
Closer Look: Only Zeile hits Clemens
SI's Jeff Pearlman: No Rocket scientist's Ken Klavon: No revenge

Game 1: Yankees def. Mets 4-3 (12 inn.)
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Locker Rooms: Mets | Yankees
Photo Gallery: Classic in the making
Closer Looks: Sweet Relief | Timo's Gaffe
SI's Jeff Pearlman: Rusch from rags to riches
SI's Stephen Canella: Nobody beats the Viz
SI's Daniel G. Habib: Justice is served ... again

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• Page One: Next stop: Dynasty
• From SI: Yankees' Greatest Hits
• World Series Quiz: Take a swing
• SI's Deford: National passed time

10/21: Yankees 4, Mets 3 (12)     Recap | Box
10/22: Yankees 6, Mets 5            Recap | Box   
10/24: Mets 4, Yankees 2            Recap | Box   
10/25: Yankees 3, Mets 2            Recap | Box   
10/26: Yankees 4, Mets 2            Recap | Box    (Yanks win 4-1)
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