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Game 3 Wrapup: Yankees 2, D-Backs 1

Scott Brosius was hitting just .167 in the World Series, but knocked in the game-winning run in Game 3.
Clemens, Yanks take Game 3
Roger Clemens and Mariano Rivera overpowered the D-Backs to lift the Yankees to a 2-1 victory Tuesday night over Arizona in a critical Game 3 of the World Series.
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Rocket boost
According to's Ian Browne, the Yanks are back in the World Series, thanks to the 39-year-old Rocket. More >
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 Arizona leads series 2-1    Box Score    Rundown
Soriano, Spencer save game with defense
President Bush throws out first pitch
Game 3's best and worst
Rivera is Yankees' sure thing
Mayo: Momentum is a myth
Leach: Clemens takes advantage
Bauman: Game 3 not Miller's time
Browne: D-Backs not in Arizona anymore
Mayo: Anderson the right choice
Stanton: Yanks happy to be back home
Sanders: Loss won't bother us

 Bottom Line
There's nothing new to Scott Brosius, regarding the role of World Series hero.
Tough Luck
A funny thing happened on the way to the decision to start Brian Anderson blowing up in Arizona's face -- he pitched well.
Chilled to the bone
The D-Backs found Yankee Stadium cold and windy for Game 3 -- in more ways than one.
Time to dump Chuck
With offense struggling, Torre can't afford to let slumping Knoblauch stay in leadoff spot.
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