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New York Yankees World Series Championships History Part VI

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This is the New York Yankees World Series Championships history part VI. It is the final segment of the Yankees World Series history. Enjoy.

1996

The Yankees defeated the Atlanta Braves in six games to win another World Series. Here is a breakdown of each game.

In game one, the Yankees got crushed. It started in the top of the second inning when Andruw Jones hit a two-run home run (HR), scoring Javy Lopez.

In the third, Chipper Jones singled, scoring Jeff Blauser and Marquis Grissom. Jones advanced to second on a throw. Then, Fred McGriff singled to score Jones.

A few batters later, A. Jones homered to score McGriff and Lopez.

After three innings, the Braves were up 8-0.

In the top of the fifth, McGriff hit a solo HR.

Wade Boggs doubled to score Derek Jeter to make it 9-1.

The Braves add three more runs in the top of the sixth. Grissom singled to score A. Jones. Mark Lemke singled to score Ryan Klesko, who reached base on an error. C. Jones lined out, scoring Grissom, who advanced on a throw after Lemke’s single. The final score was 12-1 Braves.

John Smoltz was the winning pitcher and Andy Pettitte was the losing pitcher.

Game two was no different for the Yankees as the Braves took this one as well.

McGriff singled to score Lemke and also singled to score Grissom a couple of innings later.

McGriff does it again in the top of the fifth on a flyball, scoring Lemke.

Grissom singled in the sixth to score Terry Pendleton to make it 4-0 Braves. This was the final score as the Yankees were down two games.

Greg Maddux was the winning pitcher and Jimmy Key was the losing pitcher.

The Yankees take the next four games.

This time, the Yankees start things off early as game three kicks off. Bernie Williams singled to score Tim Raines.

Darryl Strawberry singled to score Williams, who reached on a ground ball error.

Klesko cuts the lead in half on a bases loaded walk, scoring Tom Glavine.

In the eighth inning, Williams homers to score Jeter. Luis Sojo singled to score Andy Fox, who came in to pinch run for Cecil Fielder. Fielder doubled during his at bat.

Lemke singled to score Grissom for another Braves run, making it 5-2 Yankees final.

David Cone was the winning pitcher, John Wetteland got the save and Glavine got the loss.

In game four, the Braves score early and get six runs before the Yankees even get on the board.

McGriff leads off the bottom of the second with a solo HR. Blauser singled to score Lopez. Grissom doubled to score A. Jones and Blauser. It is 4-0 at this point.

Lopez added to the lead on a flyball to score C. Jones.

Later in the game, A. Jones doubled to score C. Jones, making it 6-0.

The Yankees get three runs in the top of the sixth. It stars with a single by Fielder, scoring Jeter and Williams, who scored on an error and advanced Fielder to second.

Charlie Hayes singled to score Fielder. The score at this point was 6-3 Braves.

The Yankees tied the game in the bottom of the eighth on a Jim Leyritz three-run HR, scoring Hayes and Mariano Duncan. It was 6-6 entering extra innings.

Boggs walked with the based loaded, scoring Raines and Hayes reached on an error, scoring Jeter. The score was now 8-6 Yankees and was the final score.

Graeme Lloyd was the winning pitcher, Wetteland got the save and Steve Avery was the losing pitcher.

In game five, Fielder scored the one run in the game on a double to score Hayes, who reached on an error. The final score of this game was 1-0 Yankees.

Pettitte got the win, Wetteland got the save and Smoltz got the loss.

The Yankees scored three runs in the bottom of the third of game six. Joe Girardi tripled, scoring Paul O’Neill, Jeter singled to score Girardi and Williams singled to score Jeter.

Jermaine Dye got a run for the Braves on a bases loaded walk, scoring McGriff.

Grissom singled to score Klesko. The final score was 3-2 Yankees.

Key earned the win, Wetteland earned the save and Maddux got the loss. Wetteland also earned the Series MVP.

1998

The Yankees swept the San Diego Padres in four games to win the World Series.

In game one, Ricky Ledee doubled to score Chili Davis and Tino Martinez, making it 2-0 Yankees early.

Greg Vaughn homered to score Chris Gomez, tying the game 2-2.

Tony Gwynn homered to score Quilvio Veras and Vaughn also hit a solo HR to make it 5-2 Padres.

Chuck Knoblauch homered, scoring Jorge Posada and Ledee to tie the game up 5-5.

Later in the seventh inning, Martinez hit a grand slam, scoring Jeter, Williams and Davis to make it 9-5 Yankees.

Wally Joyner reached on an error, scoring Vaughn to make it a 9-6 Yankees final.

David Wells got the win, Mariano Rivera got the save and Donne Wall got the loss.

The Yankees got a 3-0 lead after the first inning in game two. It started with O’Neill when he reached base on a throwing error, scoring Knoblauch. Davis singled to score O’Neill and Scott Brosius singled to score Davis.

In the following inning, Jeter singled to score Knoblauch and Williams homered to score Jeter. The score at this point was 6-0 Yankees.

Ledee added to the lead on a double, scoring Martinez.

In the fifth inning, Veras doubled to score Gomez. Posada adds two more to make it 9-1 on a HR, scoring Brosius.

The Padres tried to come back in the top of the eighth on a double by Ruben Rivera, scoring Ken Caminiti. Mark Sweeney singled to score Rivera and the final score of this game was 9-3 Yankees.

Orlando Hernandez was the winning pitcher and Andy Ashby was the losing pitcher.

Game three was a close one. The Padres scored first on a single by Gwynn to score Sterling Hitchcock and Veras, who advanced on an error.

Caminiti hit a flyball, scoring Gwynn to make it a 3-0 games after six.

Brosius homered to make it 3-1.

Shane Spencer scored after Davis reached on a ground ball error, making it 3-2 Padres.

In the top of the eighth, Brosius homered to score O’Neill and Martinez, making it 5-3 Yankees.

Vaughn flied out to score Veras and it was a 5-4 final.

Ramiro Mendoza got the win, Rivera got the save and Trevor Hoffman got the loss.

In game four, no runs were scored until the sixth inning.

Williams grounded out to score Jeter.

Brosius singled to score Jeter and then Ledee hit a fly ball, scoring O’Neill, who reached on a single. The score was 3-0 final as the Yankees take another World Series.

Pettitte got the win, Rivera got the save and Kevin Brown got the loss.

Brosius earned the Series MVP.

1999

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The Yankees swept the Braves in four games to win another Championship.

In game one, the Braves struck first win a run in the fourth inning on a HR by C. Jones.

Jeter ties it in the top of the eighth on a single, scoring Brosius with the bases loaded.

O’Neill singled, scoring Chad Curtis, who was pinch running for Strawberry. Strawberry walked during his at bat. Knoblauch also scored as a result of this play, but reach base on an error during his at bat.

 

 

Later in the inning, Leyritz walked with the bases loaded, scoring Jeter. The score was 4-1 Yankees and ended up being the final score of the game.

Hernandez earned the win, Rivera got the save and Maddux got the loss.

The Yankees’ offense kicked in early in game two.

O’Neill singled to score Knoblauch, Martinez singled, scoring Jeter and Brosius singled to score Martinez. At the end of the first inning, it was 3-0 Yankees.

Ledee doubled to score Williams and Cone reached on a ground ball error, scoring Martinez, who singled during his at bat. The score at this point was 5-0 Yankees.

Martinez added another run on a groundout, scoring Jeter to make it 6-0.

Knoblauch made it 7-0 on a single, scoring Brosius.

In the bottom of the ninth, Greg Myers singled to score C. Jones and Bret Boone doubled to score Keith Lockhart. This made it 7-2 final score as the Yankees take game two.

Cone earned the win and Kevin Millwood got the loss.

Game three was a much closer affair as it went into extras.

C. Jones grounded out in the first to score Gerald Williams.

O’Neill tied it up on a single, scoring Knoblauch.

Brian Jordan singled to score Boone and Jose Hernandez doubled to score Jordan and A. Jones. The Braves were winning 4-1 at this point in the game.

Boone doubled to score G. Williams, adding another run to make it 5-1 Braves.

Chad Curtis homered to make it 5-2.

T. Martinez helps the Yankees inch closer, adding another run to make it 5-3.

In the eighth, Knoblauch homers, scoring Girardi, tying the game 5-5. This was the score entering the 10th inning.

The Yankees win on a walk-off HR by Curtis by a score of 6-5.

M. Rivera got the win and Mike Remlinger got the loss.

In game four, the Yankees score three runs in the third and that was all they needed.

T. Martinez singled, scoring Knoblauch and Jeter. Posada singled to score B. Williams.

Boone gives the Braves a run on a single, scoring Walt Weiss, but that was the only run they scored.

Leyritz got a solo HR to make it 4-1 Yankees final as they take another World Series.

Roger Clemens was the winning pitcher, M. Rivera earned the save and Smoltz got the loss. The Series MVP was M. Rivera.

2000

The Yankees beat the New York Mets in five games in what is known as the “Subway Series”.

All the games were pretty close which meant that it was any team’s game.

In game one, the Yankees strike first in the bottom of the sixth.

David Justice doubled to score Knoblauch and Jeter, making it 2-0 Yankees.

Bubba Trammell tied the game on a single, scoring Benny Agbayani and Jay Payton. A couple of batters later, Edgardo Alfonzo singled, scoring Todd Pratt to give the Mets the lead 3-2.

Knoblauch tied the game in the ninth on a flyball, scoring O’Neill.

No runs were scored, until the bottom of the 12th when the Yankees get a walk-off win on a single by Jose Vizcaino. T. Martinez scored to make it 4-3 final for the Yankees win.

Mike Stanton earned the win and Turk Wendell earned the loss.

Game two was another close game.

The Yankees scored early on a T. Martinez single, scoring Justice.

Posada singled as well, scoring B. Williams to make it 2-0.

Brosius added to the lead on a solo HR, making it 3-0 after two innings.

The score becomes 4-0 Yankees after a single by O’Neill, scoring T. Martinez.

Brosius made it 5-0 on a sacrifice flyball, scoring Posada.

The following inning, T. Martinez singled, scoring Jeter.

Entering the top of the ninth inning, the Mets were down 6-0. They almost made an unbelievable comeback, but came up one run short.

It started with a two-run HR by Mike Piazza, scoring Alfonzo.

Later in the inning, Payton homered to score Agbayani and Lenny Harris, making it a 6-5 Yankees final.

Clemens got the win and Mike Hampton got the loss.

In game three, Robin Ventura homered, making it 1-0 Mets.

The Yankees tied the game up on a double by Justice, scoring Jeter.

O’Neill added another run for the Yankees on a triple, scoring T. Martinez.

Later in the game, Todd Zeile doubled, scoring Piazza, tying the game up 2-2.

Agbayani doubled, scoring Zeile in the bottom of the eighth. Trammell added another run for the Mets on a sacrifice flyball, scoring Joe McEwing, who was the pinch runner for Agbayani. The final score of this game was 4-2 Mets.

John Franco was the winning pitcher, Armando Benitez earned the save and O. Hernandez got the loss.

The Yankees got three runs, one in each of the first three innings in game four.

Jeter got a solo HR in the top of the first.

Brosius flied out, scoring O’Neill.

Sojo grounded out to score Jeter.

Piazza homered to score Timo Perez, but that was the only runs scored by the Mets as the Yankees win game four 3-2.

Jeff Nelson earned the win, M. Rivera earned the save and Bobby Jones got the loss.

In game five, B. Williams hit a solo HR, making it 1-0 Yankees.

The Mets tied it and then took the lead when Al Leiter reached on an error, scoring Trammell. Agbayani then singled, scoring Payton to make it 2-1 Mets.

Jeter tied the game in the sixth on a solo HR, making it 2-2.

Sojo later singled, scoring Posada, as well as Brosius, who advanced on a throwing error. The final score was 4-2 Yankees, as the Yankees win again.

Stanton was the winning pitcher, M. Rivera earned the save and Leiter got the loss.

Jeter earned the Series MVP.

2009

The Yankees beat the Philadelphia Phillies in six games to win their 27th World Series Championship.

It all started with a Phillies win in game one.

Chase Utley got the scoring going on a HR, making it 1-0 Phillies. He hit another HR in the top of the sixth to make it 2-0.

Raul Ibanez made it 4-0 on a single, scoring Jimmy Rollins and Shane Victorino.

Victorino adds to the lead on a single, scoring Carlos Ruiz.

Ryan Howard earns an RBI on a double, driving in Rollins. At this point, the score is 6-0 Phillies.

Mark Teixeira grounded out, scoring Jeter for the Yankees lone run. The final score is 6-1 Phillies as they take game one.

Cliff Lee got the win and CC Sabathia got the loss.

The Yankees even the Series up in game two with a 3-1 win.

Game two was scoreless, until the top of the second inning.

Matt Stairs singled, scoring Ibanez to make it 1-0 Phillies.

Teixeira tied it up with a solo HR in the fourth inning.

Hideki Matsui gave the Yankees the lead on a solo HR in the sixth.

Posada added to the lead on a single, scoring Brett Gardner, who was pinch running for Jerry Hairston. Hairston singled during his at bat. The score was 3-1 and this was final as the Yankees take game two.

A.J. Burnett got the win, M. Rivera got the save and Pedro Martinez got the loss.

The Phillies were the first to score in game three.

Jayson Werth hit a solo HR in the second. Later in the inning, Rollins walked with the bases loaded, scoring Carlos Ruiz. Then, Victorino hit a sacrifice flyball, scoring Ruiz. After two innings, the score was 3-0 Phillies.

Alex Rodriguez hit a two-run HR, scoring Teixeira, making it a 3-2 game.

In the fifth inning, Pettitte singled, scoring Nick Swisher. Johnny Damon doubled, scoring Pettitte and Jeter to make it 5-3 Yankees.

Swisher added to the Yankees lead on a solo HR.

Werth got a run back on a solo HR.

Posada singled, scoring Damon, making it 7-4 Yankees.

Matsui homered, giving the Yankees a 8-4 lead.

Ruiz got a solo HR to make it 8-5 final for another Yankees win.

Pettitte earned the win and Hamels got the loss.

Scoring started early in game four.

Teixeira grounded out, scoring Jeter. Posada flied out, scoring Damon as well. The score was 2-0 Yankees.

Utley cut the lead in half on a double, scoring Victorino.

Later in the game, Pedro Feliz singled, scoring Howard to tie the game 2-2.

Jeter singled, scoring Swisher and then Damon singled to score Melky Cabrera. The score was 4-2 Yankees at this point.

Utley homered to make it 4-3 and then Feliz homered the following inning to tie the game 4-4.

Rodriguez doubled, scoring Damon and then Posada singled to score Teixeira and Rodriguez. The final score was 7-4 Yankees.

Joba Chamberlain got the win, M. Rivera got the save and Brad Lidge got the loss.

In game five, Rodriguez doubled to score Damon.

Utley gave the Phillies the lead with a three-run HR, scoring Rollins and Victorino.

Werth singled, scoring Utley and Ibanez singled to score Howard. A couple of batters later, Ruiz grounded out, scoring Werth. This added to their lead, making the score 6-1 Phillies.

Damon grounded out, scoring Eric Hinske.

The Phillies add on more runs as Utley and Ibanez both hit solo HR in the seventh inning.

The Yankees try coming back, but fail. They did manage to score some runs on a double by Rodriguez, scoring Damon and Teixeira. Robinson Cano flies out, scoring Rodriguez.

Being down 8-5 in the ninth, the Yankees scored only one more run when Jeter hit into a ground ball double play, scoring Posada. The final score was 8-6 Phillies.

Lee got the win, Ryan Madson got the save and Burnett got the loss.

In game six, Matsui homers, scoring Rodriguez.

Rollins cut the Yankees by one run as he flies out, scoring Ruiz.

Matsui singled in the bottom of the third, scoring Jeter and Damon.

Teixeira singled, scoring Jeter and Matsui doubled, scoring Teixeira and Rodriguez. This made it 7-1 Yankees.

Howard got two runs on a homer, scoring Utley, but it wasn’t enough as the Yankees take game six 7-3.

The Yankees won their 27th Championship, their first in nine years.

Pettitte got the win and P. Martinez got the loss as Matsui earned the Series MVP.

What’s Next?

This was the sixth and final part of the series that featured the Yankees and their Championships.

The Yankees have not won a World Series since 2009 and fans are getting frustrated. Hopefully, things will start to come around for them, sooner rather than later.

It would be nice to eventually add a part seven to this series, but it will be some time before that happens. The Yankees need a few Championships for that to happen.

As of right now, fans just have to watch how the season will unfold. It is only a matter of time before the Yankees win again.

 

 

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