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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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This Day in Yankees History

December 21, 1995 – After hearing of an offer from the Baltimore Orioles, Yankees owner George Steinbrenner decides to stop fooling around with righty David Cone and signs him for 3-years and $18 million. The deal couldn’t have worked out … Continue reading

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This Day in Yankees History

December 18, 2007 – Yankees starting pitcher Roger Clemens denies having used steroids in a statement released through his attorney, Randy Hendricks. In the Mitchell Report his former trainer Brian McNamee admitted to injecting Clemens with anabolic steroids and human … Continue reading

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This Day in Yankees History

December 15, 1980 – Continuing his trend of signing the biggest free agent stars on the market, George Steinbrenner and the Yankees make Dave Winfield the richest player in baseball when they signed him to a deal that ended up … Continue reading

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