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The Greatest Baseball Team — Ever

There is always the debate among baseball aficionados, experts, fans - -what was the greatest baseball team of all time? In my book Five O’Clock Lighting, there is provided for all the definitive answer, the 1927 New York Yankees, hands down. You could look it up: http://frommerbooks.com/five-o-clock-lightning-NEW.html When Yankee owner Colonel Ruppert's

Gone are The Days of the 60’s and 70’s in Major League Baseball

When a baseball stuck to the chest protector of St. Louis Cardinals’ catcher, Yadier Molina on a pitch from reliever, Brett Cecil in 2017, there was obvious concern that the baseball was somehow doctored. The event was inexplicable by the entire Cardinals’ organization as well as Major League Baseball. Perhaps

More Things You Probably Didn’t Know About the (Part II)Yankees

Much terrific reaction to the first piece on this topic has now resulted in more. There is a world of fascinating sidebars, trivia items, facts and factoids about the Bronx Bombers. Enjoy another sampling. Yogi Berra, Mosts, a Partial List Most postseason games - Yogi Berra holds the record for appearing in

The Mets Grabbed Headlines for the Wrong Reasons on Trade Deadline Day

When the Mets decided they could compete next year and that’s why weren’t trading Jacob deGrom or Zack Wheeler, they promptly went out and lost 25-4 to the Washington Nationals. The likelihood of the Mets signing Jacob deGrom to a team-friendly deal after the season he’s having is the longest of

Things You Probably Never Knew About the Yankees

The franchise is right up there as one of the most famous in sports. Probably more books and articles have been written about it than any other baseball team. Yet, there is always something new to learn about the Bronx Bombers so read on. Yankees      A reference with the name "Yankees”

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