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Joe Burke races home with the winning run as the Staten Island Yankees claimed their third New York-Penn League championship with a 3-2 victory over Auburn.
The 2005 New York-Penn League playoffs will begin on Saturday, September 10. The three division winners and the second place team with the highest winning percentage (Wild Card) will compete in best-of-three semifinals to advance to the NY-Penn League Finals. The best-of-three NY-Penn League Finals is scheduled to open on September 14.
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Yanks win third NY-Penn crown
Staten Island completed a sweep of the New York-Penn League Championship Series with a 3-2 victory over Auburn on Reegie Corona's walk-off single. 
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