Game 5 of the World Series
In Game 5, the deciding game, Bernie Williams
broke his hitting drought in the second inning
by hitting a long homer to left field, giving
the Yankees the lead. The Mets managed to come
back and score two runs in the bottom half of
the inning though, as the Yankees where
charged with quite a few careless errors.
It stayed that way until the 6th inning when
Derek Jeter came through once again and
crushed the ball into the back of the
visitors bullpen, to tie the game for
the Yankees. In the ninth, Posada drew
a walk, Brosius got a single. Sojo then
singled to allow Posada to score, the
game was 3-2. Sojo went to third and
Brosius scored on Jay Payton's throwing error.
The Yankees won the game, 4-2 and the Series 4-1.