Family Affair: Yankees and Mets It's been four years since New York's two baseball home teams squared off in what's known as the legendary Subway World Series. The teams' widely differing performance this summer offer little promise of a rematch. This can be a touchy subject in a house divided, as commentator Jessica Bram explains.
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Family Affair: Yankees and Mets

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It's been four years since New York's two baseball home teams squared off in what's known as the legendary Subway World Series. The teams' widely differing performance this summer offer little promise of a rematch. This can be a touchy subject in a house divided, as commentator Jessica Bram explains.