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Full Count Book Review

This book was written by David Cone and Jack Curry. The endorsement by a former teammate, Andy Pettitte on the fold was interesting and what you’d expect to see said about the pitcher. He was always known as smart and he knew his craft. Cone’s candor about how he felt when

Remembering Reggie Jackson With The Yankees

"He'd give you the shirt off his back. Of course, he'd call a press conference to announce it." - Catfish Hunter  "Off the record, he's a piece of shit."–Billy Martin Out of the blue, the man who once seemingly made headlines all the time came out of the shadows recently to dominate

The Yankees and Spring Training

It’s that time of year where hope spring eternal for fans of baseball teams and for Yankee fans there is a long and special history of magical and amazing moments. Just a sampling follows: 1905-1906: After spending two springs in Atlanta, manager Clark Griffith moved his team to Alabama in

MLB is Ramping Up Neutral Site Games

MLB has played a lot of exhibition games in places like Puerto Rico, Japan, and Australia. They have a lot more places targeted in the future but for now Williamsport, PA will be the next game up. The Phillies and Mets will meet for a Sunday in-season game. Tickets aren’t available

Still More Yankee Quiz

You asked and now you receive – questions simple, weird, relevant, irrelevant, but all New York Yankees related. Take the quiz and see how much you know. From the “Stadium Club” to Babe Ruth’s Uniform Number to who owned the team before George Steinbrenner came along . . . 71. What is the

REMEMBERING THE YANKEE CLIPPER

All the hype and histrionics over Aaron Judge and some of the over-reaching comparisons to Joe DiMaggio trigger the need to go back and re-visit what the Yankee legend was all about. He was born Giuseppe Paolo DiMaggio on November 25, 1914 in Martinez, California, one of nine children of Rosalie

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