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Yanks blanked by Marlins in Series finale
Andy Pettitte allowed just one earned run in seven innings in Game 6. (Gary Hershorn/AP)
Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera held the Marlins to just a pair of runs in Game 6, but the Yankees were unable to make anything happen against Florida ace Josh Beckett as the Marlins won, 2-0, to claim victory in the 2003 World Series. Full story > 
Series Status
Game 1: FLA 3 @ NYY 2   Box  |  Wrapup
Game 2: FLA 1 @ NYY 6   Box  |  Wrapup
Game 3: NYY 6 @ FLA 1   Box  |  Wrapup
Game 4: NYY 3 @ FLA 4   Box  |  Wrapup
Game 5: NYY 4 @ FLA 6   Box  |  Wrapup
Game 6: FLA 2 @ NYY 0   Box  |  Wrapup

Oct. 24, 2003
All eyes on Pettitte in Game 6
Game 2 of the World Series is long behind Andy Pettitte (pictured). So is Game 2 of the ALDS and the ALCS. Pettitte has already saved the Yankees three times in this postseason. "All that's in the past," said New York's Game 6 starter Friday. Full story > 
Giambi to have surgery after Series
Jason Giambi will undergo diagnostic arthroscopic surgery to reveal the extent of an injury to his left knee as soon as the World Series ends, GM Brian Cashman said on Friday. Giambi has been diagnosed with an inflamed tendon and patella tendinitis. Full story > 

Game 5, Oct. 23, 2003  Marlins 6, Yankees 4  Wrapup >
New York staged a last-gasp rally in Game 5, bringing up the tying run with one out in the ninth. But a game that began with David Wells (pictured) leaving with back spasms ended in a 6-4 Yankee loss. Full story > 
NewsBauman: Yankees only human | Mr. October Jr. can't do it alone | Wells makes early exit
AudioGiambi's pinch-hit homer in ninth | Jeter drives in a run in seventh | Contreras strikes out Cabrera
VideoDerek Jeter drives in a run: 56K | 300K | Williams' sac fly scores a run: 56K | 300K

Game 4, Oct. 22, 2003  Marlins 4, Yankees 3  Wrapup >
Roger Clemens pitched seven fine innings Wednesday night in perhaps the final appearance of his Hall of Fame career. But Alex Gonzalez's walk-off, 12th-inning home run off Jeff Weaver gave the Marlins the 4-3 win and tied the Fall Classic at two games apiece. Full story > 
NewsMemorable final liftoff for the Rocket | Sierra may be Yanks' secret weapon
AudioClemens' last pitch of the game | Sierra triples in two runs in ninth
VideoClemens gets his first World Series hit: 56K | 300K

Game 3, Oct. 21, 2003  Yankees 6, Marlins 1  Wrapup >
Mike Mussina (pictured) fanned nine Marlins in seven innings for his first World Series win. Derek Jeter led the offense with three hits off Josh Beckett. Homers by Aaron Boone and Bernie Williams capped the 6-1 win. Full story > 
NewsWilliams sets postseason marks | Bauman: Jeter truly elite | Matsui coming up big for Yanks
AudioWilliams goes yard in ninth | Matsui drives in a run in eighth | Mussina K's Castillo in seventh
VideoAaron Boone blasts a solo shot: 56K | 300K | Bernie Williams sets playoff HR record: 56K | 300K

Oct. 20, 2003
Moose gets loose for Game 3
Mike Mussina (pictured) didn't hide his frustration after ALCS Game 5, his third straight playoff loss. But two days later, Mussina made another statement with his first career relief stint in Game 7 helping the Yankees rally for a trip to the World Series. Full story > 
A continuity of success for Yankees
It never gets old, playing in this October thing called the World Series, Yankees past and present say. The Yankees have played in six of them in the last eight years, 10 of them since 1976, and are vying for their 27th World Series title. Full story > 

Game 2, Oct. 19, 2003  Yankees 6, Marlins 1  Wrapup >
Andy Pettitte (pictured) scattered six hits and allowed just one unearned run with two outs in the ninth inning as the Yankees beat the Marlins, 6-1, in Game 2. Hideki Matsui and Alfonso Soriano each socked home runs. Full story > 
NewsBauman: Yankees expect to win Series | Pettitte comes up big for Yankees | Matsui means business
AudioBoone gets final out | Soriano's two-run shot in the 4th | Rivera's RBI double in the 2nd
VideoAndy Pettitte K's the side: 56K | 300K | Hideki Matsui hits a three-run blast: 56K | 300K

Game 1, Oct. 18, 2003  Marlins 3, Yankees 2  Wrapup >
Bernie Williams (pictured) tied the all-time record for postseason home runs, but it wasn't enough as David Wells and the Yankees were edged by the Marlins, 3-2, in Game 1 of the 2003 World Series. Full story > 
NewsSchlegel: Beware the letdown | Boone regrets his choice | Matsui excells in Series debut
AudioTorre reviews Game 1 | Williams homers in the 6th | Jeter's RBI single in the 3rd
VideoBernie Williams blasts a solo shot: 56K | 300K | Johnson picked off by Pudge: 56K | 300K

Oct. 17, 2003
Game 1: A matchup for the ages
It's a matchup for the ages as the World Series celebrates its 100th birthday. For the Yankees, and players like David Wells (pictured), the Fall Classic is practically a tradition. The Marlins won it all in 1997, but this is a surprise return for the NL Wild Card winners. Full story > 
Wells' rubber arm key to Game 1 decision
After some long conversations with Mel Stottlemyre, Joe Torre announced a bit of a stunner. David Wells, who started Game 5 of the ALCS and pitched to three batters in Game 7, will be on the bump again at Yankee Stadium on Saturday. Full story >