Tag Archives: Tim Wakefield

As David Ortiz plays final series vs. Yankees, all that’s left to say is ‘thank you’

New York Yankees. Boston Red Sox. When someone mentions both teams in the same sentence, the first thing you think about is the captivating rivalry that ignited a flame throughout Major League Baseball. From Aaron Boone‘s walk-off home run to drown … Continue reading

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David Ortiz’s retirement impacts Yankees-Red Sox rivalry

The Yankees have had their fair share of rivalries over the years. But for as long as David Ortiz was a member of the Boston Red Sox, there was no denying the Yankees / Red Sox rivalry was one of … Continue reading

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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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Dickey’s run reminiscent of Wakefield’s 95 season

Mets knuckleballer R.A. Dickey is in the midst of a consecutive 43 inning scoreless streak and one heck of a season where he has posted a 2.00 ERA with a career best 1.9 BB/9 and 9.4 K/9. It’s really an amazing … Continue reading

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