BASEBALL'S WORLD SERIES: A TRUE CLASSIC

THE YANKEES AND BRAVES TURNED BACK THE CLOCK AND TURNED ON MILLIONS IN A WORLD SERIES THAT WILL OFTEN BE RECALLED

Whether you were a braves fan or a yankees fan or just a plain fan, the 1996 World Series left you breathless. And if you were an older fan, you were so reminded of the passion play between the Milwaukee Braves and New York Yankees in the 1957 and 1958 World Series that you half expected the Yankees' Bullet Bob Turley to come in from the bullpen to face Frank Torre, who was then the Braves' first baseman and not just Yankee manager Joe Torre's older brother.

As in '58, the Yankees came back from a presumably insurmountable deficit, winning all...

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