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Top Five Moments In Subway Series History

1. Oct. 26, 2000: Three-Peat

This day in 2000 doesn’t get more memorable.

On October 26, 2000, the New York Yankees took home their third straight World Series title, their fourth in five seasons, and their 26th as a franchise.

Mariano Rivera closed it out, Jeter won the World Series MVP, all in front of a Shea Stadium that remained astringent as the Bombers added yet another title to their collection.

That 2000 team was not, by any means, one of the greatest teams in the franchise’s long history of championship teams but this was the team that pulled off the three-peat. Since then, no other team has won two in a row.

It just doesn’t get any more memorable than that.

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