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On October 20th 1996, the Atlanta Braves tied a World Series record for margin of victory in a 12-1 defeat of the New York Yankees in Game 1. Rookie Andruw Jones became only the second player in Series history (and youngest ever) to homer in his first two at-bats. 

On October 20th 1996, the Atlanta Braves tied a World Series record for margin of victory in a 12-1 defeat of the New York Yankees in Game 1. Rookie Andruw Jones became only the second player in Series history (and youngest ever) to homer in his first two at-bats. 

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    Andruw Jones homering in his first World Series at-bat. He homered in his second at-bat as well. In New York City....
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