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Series

October 26, 2000

Game 1: Yankees 4, Mets 3 (12)

Game 2: Yankees 6, Mets 5

Game 3: Mets 4, Yankees 2

Game 4: Yankees 3, Mets 2

Game 5: Tonight, Yankees (Pettitte, 19-9) at Mets (Leiter, 16-8), Shea Stadium, 5:15 p.m.

Game 6: Saturday, Yankee Stadium, 5 p.m.*

Game 7: Sunday, Yankee Stadium, 5 p.m.*

TV--Ch. 11; *--if necessary (All times Pacific)

PLAY BY PLAY

FIRST INNING: Yankees 1, Mets 0--Jeter homered to left. Sojo grounded to third. Justice flied to right. Williams flied to center. One run, one hit.

For the Record
Los Angeles Times Friday October 27, 2000 Home Edition Sports Part D Page 12 Sports Desk 1 inches; 27 words Type of Material: Correction
A caption in Thursday's editions reported that Paul O'Neill raised his World Series batting average to .563 with a two-for-four night. It should have said that he lowered his average to .563.

Yankees 1, Mets 0--Perez struck out. Alfonzo walked. Piazza struck out. Zeile forced Alfonzo. No runs, no hits, one left.

SECOND INNING: Yankees 2, Mets 0--Martinez struck out. O'Neill tripled to right. Posada walked. Brosius flied to center, O'Neill scoring. Neagle struck out. One run, one hit, one left.

Yankees 2, Mets 0--Ventura grounded to first. Agbayani walked. Payton singled to right, Agbayani stopping at second. Bordick popped to second. Jones popped to first. No runs, one hit, two left.

THIRD INNING: Yankees 3, Mets 0--Jeter tripled to right-center. Sojo grounded to second, Jeter scoring. Justice grounded to first. Williams flied to center. One run, one hit.

Yankees 3, Mets 2--Perez singled to center. Alfonzo grounded to third, Perez taking second. Piazza homered to left. Zeile popped to second. Ventura grounded to first. Two runs, two hits.

FOURTH INNING: Yankees 3, Mets 2--Martinez singled to right. O'Neill forced Martinez. Posada grounded to second, O'Neill taking second. Brosius was walked intentionally. Neagle flied to right. No runs, one hit, two left.

Yankees 3, Mets 2--Agbayani fouled to first. Payton singled to center. Bordick flied to left. Jones struck out. No runs, one hit, one left.

FIFTH INNING: Yankees 3, Mets 2--Jeter struck out. Sojo walked. Justice grounded to second, Sojo taking second. Williams lined to short. No runs, no hits, one left.

Yankees 3, Mets 2--Perez and Alfonzo flied to right. Cone replaced Neagle. Piazza popped to second. No runs, no hits.

SIXTH INNING: Yankees 3, Mets 2--Rusch pitching. Martinez grounded to short. O'Neill singled to center. Posada flied to left. Brosius singled to left, O'Neill stopping at second. Canseco, batting for Cone, struck out. No runs, two hits, two left.

Yankees 3, Mets 2--Nelson pitching. Zeile singled to center. Ventura flied to left. Agbayani lined into a double play, pitcher to first. No runs, one hit.

SEVENTH INNING: Yankees 3, Mets 2--Jeter grounded to second. Sojo singled to right. Justice flied to center. Sojo stole second. Williams struck out. No runs, one hit, one left.

Yankees 3, Mets 2--Payton struck out. Harris, batting for Bordick, walked. Hamilton announced for Rusch. Stanton replaced Nelson. Trammell, batting for Hamilton, struck out. Abbott, batting for Perez, struck out. No runs, no hits, one left.

EIGHTH INNING: Yankees 3, Mets 2--J. Franco pitching, Abbott to short and Trammell to right. Martinez singled to right. O'Neill grounded into a double play. Posada struck out. No runs, one hit.

Yankees 3, Mets 2--Rivera pitching. Alfonzo flied to right. Piazza grounded to short. Zeile singled to center. McEwing ran for Zeile. Ventura popped to short. No runs, one hit, one left.

NINTH INNING: Yankees 3, Mets 2--Benitez pitching and M. Franco to first. Brosius walked. Rivera flied to right. Jeter reached first on Trammell's fielding error, Brosius stopping at second. Sojo grounded to second, Brosius taking third and Jeter second. Justice flied to right. No runs, no hits, one error, two left.

Yankees 3, Mets 2--Bellinger to left. Agbayani struck out. Payton flied to left. M. Franco struck out. No runs, no hits.

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