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World Series glance

By Compiled by Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published October 26, 2000


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GAME 1: Yankees 4, Mets 3 (12 innings)

Highlight: Jose Vizcaino singles home Tino Martinez with two outs to end the longest game in Series history.

GAME 2: Yankees 6, Mets 5

Highlight: Roger Clemens allows Mets two hits in eight innings, then Yanks withstand five-run 9th against Jeff Nelson and Mariano Rivera.

GAME 3: Mets 4, Yankees 2

Highlight: Benny Agbayani drives in the go-ahead run in the eighth as the Mets hand Orlando Hernandez his first post-season loss.

TONIGHT: Yankees (Neagle) at Mets (Jones), 8:18, Shea Stadium

THURSDAY: Yankees at Mets, 8:18, Shea Stadium

SATURDAY: Mets at Yankees, 8, Yankee Stadium (if necessary)

SUNDAY: Mets at Yankees, 8 p.m., Yankee Stadium (if necessary)

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