The New York Yankees celebrate their 3-2 win over Atlanta in the sixth and deciding game of the World Series. After being soundly trounced in the first two games of the series - both at Yankee Stadium - the Yanks roared back to capture four straight games. Although the Yankees have won more world titles than any other team in baseball history, Yankee fans had endured an 18-year title drought until Saturday night's contest. Starter Jimmy Key allowed the Braves one run and got 32/3 innings of superb relief from the bullpen. See stories, Pages D1, 5.