10/30 in Yankee History
2001: Roger Clemens and Mariano Rivera hurl the Yankees to a 2-1 victory in Game 3 of the World Series. Jorge Posada homers for New York while Scott Brosius’ 6th-inning single drives home the winning run. President George W. Bush throws out the ceremonial first pitch, and Brian Anderson takes the loss for Arizona.
1982: Jonathan Albaladejo is born. Happy 30th to JT!
1962: Danny Tartabull, early ’90s Yankee DH, is born. Happy half century, DT!
1941: Jim Ray Hart, who shared Yankee DH duties with Ron Blomberg during the inaugural season of the designated hitter in 1973, is born. Happy 71st, JRH!