Every Yankees championship season in recent memory has had a signature moment that defined that particular postseason run. Let's take a look back, shall we? 1996: The One With Jim Leyritz (World Series, Game Four) The Yanks were down two-games-to-one against the defending world champion Braves and trailing by three runs in the eighth when Leyritz stepped into the box with two on against closer Mark Wohlers. That's when Wohlers made the Wohlers-like error of going away from his dominating fastball, and Leyritz made him pay by hammering a hanging slider over the left-field wall to tie the game. The Yankees went on to win in 10 innings. The Leyritz blast became known as the turning point of the series.
1998: The One With Tino Martinez (World Series, Game One)
The Yankees were an unstopp ...
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