Who lost the 2000 World Series?
New York Yankees
New York Yankees over New York Mets (4-1)
Who won Game 4 of 2000 World Series?
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|WP: Jeff Nelson (1–0) LP: Bobby Jones (0–1) Sv: Mariano Rivera (1) Home runs: NYY: Derek Jeter (1) NYM: Mike Piazza (2) Boxscore|
What date did the Yankees win the World Series in 2000?
Oct. 26, 2000
Oct. 26, 2000: Yankees win their 26th World Championship in 5 vs. New York Mets. It was the first “Subway Series” since 1956.
Who won 1998 World Series?
1998 World Series/Champion
How did the New York Mets win the 2000 World Series?
The Mets defeated the 97-game winning San Francisco Giants in the NL Division Series, 3–1, and the 95-game winning St. Louis Cardinals, 4–1, in the NL Championship Series. The 2000 World Series was the first World Series appearance for the Mets since their championship in 1986 and their second post-season appearance since 1988.
When did the Mets play in the World Series?
The 2000 World Series was the first World Series appearance for the Mets since their championship in 1986 and their second post-season appearance since 1988.
What was the New York Yankees World Series record?
Records The 1998–2000 New York Yankees established a record of ten consecutive games won in consecutive World Series. The previous record was nine by the 1937–1939 Yankees. Mariano Rivera became the first and, to date, only pitcher to record the final out in three straight World Series.
What was the weakest season for the New York Yankees?
Although the Yankees were in the midst of a dynasty and not far removed from their dominant 114-win 1998 season, the 2000 season was their weakest performance since 1995. They won just 87 games in the regular season and lost 15 of their last 18.