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“You want to talk about hotels, or you want to win some baseball games?” George Costanza asked a youthful Derek Jeter and Bernie Williams in wake of the Yankees’ 1996 World Series win. “That is one magic loogie,” exclaimed Jerry as he discounted the inaccurate story of Keith Hernandez spitting on Kramer and Newman. “You know, George, ...
In the rich history of the New York Yankees organization, hundreds of rookies have come through the organization. I thought I'd take a loot at the 10 best rookies seasons in Yankees history, and see how they match up against each other. 10. Tom Tresh (1962), SS- In 1962, at the age of 23, Tresh became the ...
December 11, 1951 - 58 years ago on this day, The Yankee Clipper, Joltin Joe DiMaggio, officially retires from Major League Baseball after a legendary 13-year career that sees him play in 1,736 games. In those 13 years, DiMaggio won nine World Series titles (1936, '37, '38, '39, '41, '47, '49, '50, '51), played in 13 ...