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Tag Archives: 2009 World Series
New York City will hold a ticker-tape parade for the Yankees that will start on Friday November 5 at 11:00 A.M. from Bowling Green and it will go north up the Broadway, or the Canyon of Heroes, where it will end at City Hall Park where members of the team will give a speech. The best ...
Make no mistake: Yankee fans have it pretty good. The Yankees routinely field one of the best teams in baseball. They have the financial means to go after free agents, invest in the draft, and hire the best scouts. They have mystique that goes along with all the championships they have won (and we can ...
Twenty-seven times the Yankees have won a World Series. It was Joe Girardi who chose to carry the burden of that number on his back for his first two seasons as the skip. Now, he won’t have a burden to carry, but a decision to change numbers awaiting. The Yankees beat the Phillies 7-3 last night, ...
Tonight could be a good night. A very, very good night for Yankees fans. The stage is set. Two postseason poised pitchers, Andy Pettitte and Pedro Martinez, set to duke it out. For the Yankees, a World Series ring is on the line. For the Phillies, a chance to extend the series and ...
Andy Pettitte will take the mound for the Yankees in Game Six of the World Series tonight. He will be doing this just four days after his last start in Game Three on Saturday. So, for the first time in a few years, Andy will be pitching on three days rest rather than on four ...