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Game 4 Wrapup: Yankees 4, D-Backs 3

Derek Jeter pumps his fist after hitting the game-winning homer in the 10th.
Perfect 10
Derek Jeter hit a solo homer with two out in the 10th inning shortly after midnight in New York to lift the Yankees to a 4-3 victory over the D-Backs and tie the World Series at two wins each.
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Miracle in the Bronx
The Yankees were on the brink of a 3-1 deficit in the World Series until Tino Martinez came through with a big two-run home run. More >
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 Series tied 2-2    Box Score    Rundown
El Duque does his part
Schilling shrugs off wasted effort
Grace still grinning about Series experience
Batista is D-Backs' odd man in
Stanton: Win gives Yanks momentum
Browne: Yanks have way of finding a way
Mayo: D-Backs will heal quickly
Bauman: Brenly shouldn't have pulled Schilling
Sanders: We must shake this off
Leach: Durazo was the right choice
Colligan: Yanks a Halloween scream

 Bottom Line
November reign
Derek Jeter had been struggling at the plate throughout this series, but that all changed with one swing of the bat.
Bob Brenly's plan to start ace Curt Schilling on three-days' rest and get two innings from his closer Byung-Hyun Kim almost worked.
Halloween scare
The D-Backs weren't quite frightened by the giant rat they saw in their dugout, but Yankee Stadium might be giving them nightmares.
No hits, no problem
The Yankees have been struggling at the plate, but their experience keeps them loose and in position to hit when it matters most.
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