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Generations Share Success
Roger Clemens
New York's Roger Clemens pitched New York to its second straight World Series sweep. (Reuters File Photo)

Several generations of New York Yankees players celebrated after Wednesday's victory over the Atlanta Braves, 4-1, to finish a four-game sweep and win the World Series for the third time in four seasons.

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New York's Torre Has a Golden Touch
Thomas Boswell writes that Yankees Manager Joe Torre was clearly the most important person in the World Series. Torre has been an integral part of the current Yankees dynasty.

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