MLB World Series

Season 52 Episode 4

Game 4 - Atlanta at N.Y. Yankees (1999)

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Aired Wednesday 8:00 PM Oct 27, 1999 on FOX
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Game 4 - Atlanta at N.Y. Yankees (1999)
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Game 4 of the 1999 World Series between the Atlanta Braves and the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium in New York, New York.
Final Score: Atlanta 1 N.Y. Yankees 4
N.Y. Yankees win the 1999 World Series 4-0

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    Joe Morgan

    Joe Morgan

    Color Commentator

    Craig Sager

    Craig Sager

    Field Reporter

    Jim Gray (I)

    Jim Gray (I)

    Field Reporter

    Bob Costas

    Bob Costas

    Play-By-Play Announcer

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (6)

      • Final Score
        Atlanta 1 N.Y. Yankees 4
        N.Y. Yankees win the 1999 World Series 4-0

      • The victory improved the New York Yankees' franchise record in World Series to 25-11.
        The loss dropped the Atlanta Braves' franchise record in World Series to 3-6.

      • Total attendance for the four games was 216,114. The winning player's share was $307,808.70 and the losing player's share was $203,542.49.

      • New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera was name the 1999 World Series MVP.

      • New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter tied a World Series record for the most stolen bases in a four game Series with three. Oakland Athletics left fielder Rickey Henderson also stole three bases in the 1989 Series against the San Francisco Giants and again in the 1990 Series against the Cincinnati Reds.

      • The Atlanta Braves tied a World Series record for the most consecutive losses by one team with eight. They lost all four games of this series and the last four games of the 1996 Series. All eight losses were to the New York Yankees.

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Atlanta Starter John Smoltz: The Yankees are head and shoulders above. We don't deserve the blame, they deserve the credit.

      • New York Third Baseman Scott Brosius: Right now, I'm numb more than anything. We're feeling lot of things now, a lot of happiness, a lot of relief.

      • New York Starter Roger Clemens: I feel very blessed to be part of this team. It was wonderful to play with them. Tonight I felt what it was like to be a Yankee, for sure. I heard people talk about how I could be rattled and things like that. I don't get rattled. I put pressure on myself to rise to the occasion.

      • New York Manager Joe Torre: This club is so special. To do this is even better this year because we validated what we did last year and didn't rest on our laurels.

      • Play-By-Play Announcer Bob Costas: (calling the final out of the game) A pop in to left...the New York Yankees...World Champions. Team of the decade. Most successful franchise...of the century.

    • NOTES (3)

      • Hannah Storm - Pregame Host, Jim Gray - Trophy Presentation

      • Starting Lineups
        Atlanta Braves
        Gerald Williams LF
        Bret Boone 2B
        Chipper Jones 3B
        Brian Jordan RF
        Ryan Klesko 1B
        Keith Lockhart DH
        Eddie Perez C
        Andruw Jones CF
        Walt Weiss SS
        John Smoltz P
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        New York Yankees
        Chuck Knoblauch 2B
        Derek Jeter SS
        Paul O'Neill RF
        Bernie Williams CF
        Tino Martinez 1B
        Darryl Strawberry DH
        Jorge Posada C
        Ricky Ledee LF
        Scott Brosius 3B
        Roger Clemens P

      • Reserves
        Atlanta Braves
        Howard Battle
        Jorge Fabregas
        Tom Glavine
        Ozzie Guillen
        Jose Hernandez
        Brian Hunter
        Greg Maddux
        Kevin McGlinchy
        Kevin Millwood
        Terry Mulholland
        Greg Myers
        Otis Nixon
        Mike Remlinger
        John Rocker
        Russ Springer
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        New York Yankees
        Clay Bellinger
        David Cone
        Chad Curtis
        Chili Davis
        Joe Girardi
        Jason Grimsley
        Orlando Hernandez
        Jim Leyritz
        Ramiro Mendoza
        Jeff Nelson
        Andy Pettitte
        Mariano Rivera
        Luis Sojo
        Mike Stanton
        Allen Watson

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