Category Archives: Classic Yankees

Today in Yankees History: Aaron Boone’s ALCS winning HR in 2003

If there was one word for me to describe the 2003 ALCS, it would be this: insane. 2003 saw the Yankees and the Red Sox, the most storied rivalry in baseball history, compete to punch a ticket to the 2003 … Continue reading

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Classic Yankees: Ralph Houk

He was known as the “Major,” and for good reason. He kept a helmet on his mantelpiece, a helmet with a bullet hole in it that if that bullet hole were say, ¼” lower, he would have been KIA in … Continue reading

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Classic Yankees: Brian Doyle

Some players are legends, with many moments over their careers that stand out, while others long for that one brief shining moment; that one moment in time (cue Whitney Houston) where they can be a star. Such a ballplayer was … Continue reading

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Classic Yankees: Ralph Terry

No one wants to be the goat, especially of a championship game. If so, you want the chance to redeem yourself. Ralph Terry got that chance… with a bit of good fortune mixed in. Terry came up with the Yanks, … Continue reading

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