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Few World Series have been more eventful than the one between the Arizona Diamondbacks and the New York Yankees in 2001. Arizona won the first two games and the Yankees picked up a one run win in the third game.
The Yankees were down in Game 4, they scored two runs in the bottom of the ninth when Tino Martinez hit a home run off of Byung-Hyung Kim. Arizona sent Kim back out there for the 10th inning. Derek Jeter hit a huge home run to earn the nickname "Mr. November" and tie the series up at two.
It was deja vu the next night as the Yankees were once again down two in the bottom of the ninth. This time, Scott Brosius was the hero that hit the two run home run off of Kim. New York would win the game in the 12th on a Alfonso Soriano hit.
Arizona came back with a vengeance in Game 6 and laid a 15-2 drubbing on the Yankees to force a Game 7.
New York took a one run lead into the bottom of the ninth in Game 7 and sent superstar closer Mariano Rivera to the mound. It looked like they were about to take home yet another World Series title.
The Diamondbacks were able to put two men on and Tony Womack came to the plate with one out. He laced a double down the line that tied the game.
After hitting Craig Counsell to load the bases, Luis Gonzlaez came up to the plate. Gonzalez was in he middle of a career year, having hit 57 home runs during the regular season.
Gonzalez was able to get a a piece of a Rivera pitch and it went just far enough to land behind the Yankees drawn in infield and win the World Series for the Diamondbacks.