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3/05 & 3/06 in Yankee History

 

On the 5th of March over the years…

2009: It is a day that Joba Chamberlain would just as soon forget as the Yankees get their second [bad] 2009 taste of World Baseball Classic play in a loss to Team Canada. Joba allows a four-pitch walk, single, walk, walk, and walk before Jonathan Albaladejo crowns the six-run top of the first by allowing a two-run Matt Stairs double, a sac fly and a single. The scoring, and just about all of the offense, is over, and the Yanks fall 6-0.

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1973: Yankee teammates Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich arrive at spring training and announce that they have swapped wives and families, including household pets.

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1966: Kevin Brown is born. Happy 48th to everyone’s favourite wall-punching pitcher!

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1942: The Yankee Clipper comes in for criticism as the weekly entertainment newspaper Variety weighs in on ‘droopy drawers’ in baseball: «Joe DiMaggio and Carl Hubbell are the silliest looking pair we’ve seen. Way back in the days when the speed boys were stealing 40 to 90 bases a year‚ you’ll remember they used to roll their pants just below the knee. Now they’ve got ‘em almost to their shoes. The theory here is that the constriction inherent in the new style can slow a player a full stride getting to first».

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..and on the 6th…

2005: Suzyn Waldman becomes the first woman to be a full-time color commentator in major league history, making her debut with John Sterling on WCBS-AM 880, the radio flagship of the New York Yankees. The former radio-talk host on WFAN, the first all-sports radio station in United States, was also the first female to broadcast on a national baseball telecast, as well as the first to provide local TV (Yankees) major league play-by-play.

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1992: Yankee pitcher Pascual Perez is suspended for one year for violation of baseball’s drug policy.

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1986: Francisco Cervelli is born.  Happy birthday to the Italian Stallion!

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1985: Enos Slaughter is elected to the Hall of Fame by the Special Veterans Committee. Though remembered primarily for his year with the St. Louis Cardinals, Slaughter spent much of the latter part of his career with the Yankees, and was in left field when Don Larsen pitched his World Series perfect game.

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1977: Marcus Thames is born.  Happy 37th to ‘Tiny Thames’!

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1969: In seven spring training games, the designated hitter rule is used as an experiment for the first time. The Yankees’ John Orsino (a recent acquisition from the Senators who will not make the trip north with the club) is the first DPH (designated pinch hitter, as the position is referred to) to get a hit, a single in a contest with his former teammates at Washington’s camp in Pompano Beach, Florida. Orsino bats 6th and goes 1 for 4.

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1965: Wally Schang, starting catcher for the first Yankee pennant-winning team (in 1921), dies at the age of 75.

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Passing on the same day, at the age of 85,  is Jimmy Austin, starting third baseman for the New York Highlanders in 1909 and 1910.

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1922: Babe Ruth signs for 3 years at $52‚000 a year. The next highest-paid Yankee player is Frank ‘Home Run’ Baker, at $16‚000 annually.

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3/03 & 3/04 in Yankee History

 

On the 3rd of March down through the years…

2009: In a one-day anomaly, Derek Jeter appears as a visiting player at George M. Steinbrenner Field, now renamed from Legends Field. In the lineup for World Baseball Classic Team USA, the Yankee captain singles in two runs off Phil Hughes, has a second hit and scores a run. Taking over first base in the sixth, new Yankee Nick Swisher has a two-run single, but the USA team ride a four-run 6th sixth off young Eric Hacker to a 6-5 victory. Future Yankee Curtis Granderson is hit by a Hughes pitch and scores a run.

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1998: Former Yankee GM and American league President Lee MacPhail is elected to the Hall of Fame by the Veterans Committee

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1997: For the negotiating rights to Hideki Irabu, the Yankees offer the Padres a choice of one from a list of players: Brian Boehringer, David Weather‚ Chris Cumberland‚ Andy Fox and Matt Luke; also‚ one player from a list of five minor leaguers‚ plus $3 million. The Padres are talking to several other teams beside the Yankees.

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1946: The Yankees wind up an 11-game swing through the Panama Canal Zone with a 5-4 loss to the Canal Zone All-stars. Al Jarlett‚ slated for the PCL‚ goes the route in handing the Yankees their 3rd loss. The team leave for Florida tomorrow.

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1927: Babe Ruth becomes the highest paid player in the Major Leagues by signing for a reported $70‚000 a year for 3 years.

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1926: Wally Pipp informs the Reds that he will not report unless the Yankees give him a portion of the $20‚000 sale price.

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1872: Hall of Famer and early Yankee star Wee Willie Keeler is born.

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..and on the 4th…

2010: Roy Halladay and C.C. Sabathia spin two scoreless innings apiece in Clearwater on in what is announced as the 64th straight year the Phillies have held Spring Training in the city on Florida’s west coast. The home team push across a run in the 7th, but current Yankee uber-prospect Jesus Montero keys a two-run rally in the 9th inning with a leadoff single, with David Winfree and Jose Gil driving in runs. Unfortunately, however, lefty Wilkins Arias allows two hits sandwiched between a pop out and strike out, then gives up a deciding single for a 3-2 Phillies win.

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1962: George Mogridge, the first Yankee pitcher to throw a no-hitter, dies at the age of 73.

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1913: The Yankees sail for Bermuda to begin spring training, making them the first Major League team to travel outside the US.

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1906: Eloy ‘Buck’ Canel, who was the Spanish voice of the Yankees on radio from 1944 to 1972, is born in Rosario, Argentina.

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1897: Lefty O’Doul, who spent the first three years of his career  with the Yankees as a pitcher, is born.

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3/01 & 3/02 in Yankee History

 

Well, fellow Yankee fans, the weather conditions outside your windows may or may not say otherwise, but spring is here, and the Bombers are on the field somewhere doing something, so it’s time for this nerdfest of a blog to bestir itself to life again. Since spring training tends to yield slow news-days, the posts will cover two days at a time during the month of March.

 

On the 1st of March down through the years…

2008: A Spring Training game in Clearwater vs. the Phillies provides both teams with a less than pretty glance into the future of their pitching, as Shelly Duncan’s 1st inning  three-run home run off Adam Eaton gives the visiting Yanks the early lead, and Yankee righty Darrell Rasner struggles through a 26-pitch third frame in a 9-3 Bombers win. A-Rod and young catcher Jesus Montero also homer for New York,and Duncan collects 5 RBI. After the game, both Montero and fellow catching prospect Austin Romine will be reassigned to Minor League camp.

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1996: The Yankees christen Legends Field‚ their new $30 million 31-acre complex near the
Tampa Airport. The field has the exact same dimensions as those of the stadium in the
Bronx. On hand to see Phil Rizzuto toss out the first ball are former Yanks Whitey Ford, Catfish Hunter, Ron Guidry and Chris Chambliss, who then watch the new Yankees beat the AL Champion Indians 5-2.

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1993: George Steinbrenner resumes his role as general partner of the Yankees following his suspension from baseball for conduct unbecoming an owner because of his dealings with Howard Spira, reportedly a former employee of Yankees outfielder Dave Winfield.

Winfield’s contract with New York required Steinbrenner to make a sizable annual contribution to the outfielder’s charitable foundation. Steinbrenner suspected the foundation was being badly run and had paid Spira for information that might have relived the Yankees’ owner of his obligation. Steinbrenner and Winfield eventually settle the dispute.

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1988: For the first time since 1956, the Special Veterans Committee does not elect anyone to the Hall of Fame. Former Yankee players Phil Rizzuto, Joe Gordon and Leo Durocher (though the latter is considered chiefly for his later contributions elsewhere as a manager) are among the candidates passed over.

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1969: Mickey Mantle announces his retirement.

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1947: New managers in training camps include Bucky Harris with the Yankees and Johnny Neun at Cincinnati. Neun had ended 1946 as manager of the Yankees after both Joe McCarthy and Bill Dickey had quit.

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1944: Late ’60s & early ’70s Yankee pitcher Ron Klimkowski is born.

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…and on the 2nd…

2005: The Yankees open their spring campaign, but Derek Jeter, Alex Rodriguez, Bernie Williams and Johnny Damon would be playing just the one game in Tampa before heading to World Baseball Classic games elsewhere, Williams with Puerto Rico, and the other three with the U.S.A. team in Arizona. Jeter goes 1-for-3, A-Rod 0-for-3, and Williams and Damon 2-for-3, with the latter stroking hits his first two times up in Pinstripes. But after taking an early lead over the visiting Phillies, the Yanks fall  6-3 when southpaw Mike Myers struggles in his first ever Yankee outing, surrendering a three-run 7th inning.

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2004: The Yankees sign free agent first baseman Travis Lee to a contract.

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1949: Joe DiMaggio leaves the Yankee camp to have an ailing right heel examined at Johns Hopkins hospital. He is told that no surgery is needed and he returns to Florida‚ but the heel will continue to bother him. The star is hitting just 7-for-31 in the Grapefruit League.

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1943; Early Yankee second baseman Earle Gardner dies at the age of 59.

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1917: Jim Konstanty is born. Though remembered primarily for his years with the Phillies. the reliever contributed significantly to the Yankees’ 1955 pennant drive before being waived in early 1956 and picked up by the Cardinals, with whom he finished his career.

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11/04 in Yankee History

 

The red-letter day ~

2009: Back at the Stadium, the Yankees ride 6 RBI from Series MVP Hideki Matsui to Championship No. 27. Homering, singling and doubling for two runs each his first three times to the plate, the first two off Pedro Martinez, Matsui gives Andy Pettite a big lead that will hold up despite a two-run homer by strikeout-prone Ryan Howard in the 6th. The bullpen will hold it from there in impressive fashion, with consecutive strike outs of Chase Utley, Howard, and Jason Werth, the first two by Damaso Marte. The Werth whiff comes courtesy of Mariano Rivera, who wraps things up by getting the last five outs of the 7-3 Yankee win.

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On other 4ths of November…

2001: The Yankees suffer one of the most heartbreaking postseason defeats in their history in game 7 of the World Series.  Roger Clemens throws another strong game, and Alfonso Soriano reaches Curt Schilling for an 8th-inning tie-breaking home run. But the game slips away when the normally rock-solid Mariano Rivera muffs a throw on a bunt in the bottom of the 9th. Randy Johnson gets the win in relief and Luis Gonzalez pokes a broken-bat flare over Derek Jeter to knock in the winning run in the 3-2 victory. Johnson and Curt Schilling share the Series MVP award.

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1948: Former Yankee outfielder Jake Powell, 39‚ shoots and kills himself in a Washington‚ D.C.‚ police station.
Powell, who had been arrested for writing checks on a false account, was the start of the 1936 World Series, going 4-for-4 in game 1 against Carl Hubbell, and finishing the series with a .455 average and 8 runs.

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11/03 in Yankee History

 

2004: Willie Randolph resigns as a Yankee coach in order to become manager of the Mets.

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2001: The Diamondbacks even the World Series at 3 games apiece with a 15-2 thrashing of the Yankees in Game 6. Randy Johnson gets the win for Arizona while Danny Bautista drives in 5 runs. Arizona deliver a WS-record barrage of 22 hits‚ and score 8 runs in the 3rd inning, chasing starter Andy Pettitte in the process.

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1992; One of the most important trades in recent Yankee history goes through, as Paul O’Neill arrives from Cincinnati in exchange for Roberto Kelly and minor league prospect Joe DeBerry.

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1982: Early Yankee workhorse pitcher Ray Fisher dies at the age of 95.

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1954: The Yankees’ tour of Japan opens in Osaka. The first game against the All-Japan Stars draws a record crowd of 64‚000. Andy Carey belts 13 HRs‚ and Elston Howard bats .468 on the 25-game tour.

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1942: Yankee second baseman Joe Gordon is voted American League MVP by a margin of 21 votes, even though Ted Williams won the Triple Crown. Moreover, Gordon led the league in  strikeouts‚ GDPs, and errors at his position.

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1911: Johnny Keane, Yankee manager who presided over the initial phase of the club’s ’60s decline, is born.

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11/01 & 11/02 in Yankee History

 

On the 1st of November down through the years…

2009: With the Yanks up 2 to 1 in games in the World Series, CC Sabathia outpitches Joe Blanton through 7 2/3 innings when Chase Utley closes the score to 4-3 with a home run. Joba Chamberlain strikes out two in the 8th, only to have Pedro Feliz tie it with a two-strike homer of his own. Johnny Damon takes over at that poin – battling to a two-out single in the 9th, he steals second and continues onto third when the shifted Phillies infield fails to cover. Following a hit by pitch, doubles from  Alex Rodriguez and Jorge Posada plate three off Brad Lidge, and Mariano Rivera closes out the 7-4 Yankee win.

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2001: Deja vu all over again…

In an amazing case of history repeating itself‚ the Yankees again come from 2 runs down with 2 outs in the 9th inning to defeat the Diamondbacks‚ 3-2 in 12 innings.Byung-Hyun Kim is  again victimized‚ this time by Scott Brosius 2-run home run in the 9th. Alfonso Soriano’s single wins it in the 12th. Steve Finley and Rod Barajas homer in the 5th for Arizona’s runs.

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1979: After a disappointing fourth place finish, the Yankees begin their offseason wheeling and dealing. In separate transactions, they Yanks acquire outfielder Ruppert Jones from the Mariners, and catcher Rick Cerone and pitcher Tom Underwood from the Blue Jays, giving up 7 players‚ including popular first baseman Chris Chambliss, shortstop Damaso Garcia, outfielder Juan Beniquez and pitchers Jim Beattie and Paul Mirabella. Chambliss will be with the Blue Jays for a month before they swap him to Atlanta.

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1978: Ron Guidry is the unanimous choice for the AL Cy Young Award. The southpaw led the league in wins 25)‚ percentage (.874)‚ shutouts (9)‚ and ERA (1.74).

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1974: ‘Bullet’ Joe Bush, who won 19 games for the Yankees first World Championship team in 1923, dies at the age of 81.

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…and on the 2nd:

2009: The Yankees threaten a big come-from-behind win before falling 8-6 to the Phillies at Citizens’ Bank Park in game 5 of the World Series. After the home team jump on A.J. Burnett  for six runs through six outs, the bullpen hold the home team in check until Chase Utley and Raul Ibanez hit solo homers in the 7th. They will make all the difference, as the Yanks score three in the 8th on Mark Teixeira and Alex Rodriguez doubles and one more in the 9th to forge the final score

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1995: A new era begins: the Yankees name Joe Torre as their new manager‚ replacing Buck Showalter.

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1964: The CBS purchase of the Yankees goes into effect, precipitating a sharp decline in the club’s fortunes afield. The neglect-driven decline will not be reversed until George Steinbrenner’s consortium buy the team in 1973.

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1960: Roger Maris edges out Mickey Mantle for the AL’s Most Valuable Player award‚ 225 votes to 222‚ the second-closest vote ever‚ after the Joe DiMaggio-Ted Williams race in 1947

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66-year-old George Weiss resigns his position as general manager of the Yankees. Weiss.jpg

 

Former Yankee shortstop Everett Scott ,who had the only Major Leagues’ only  1,000 + consecutive games played streak until Lou Gehrig, dies at the age of 67.

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10/31 in Yankee History

 

The red-letter day ~

2001: Derek Jeter becomes ‘Mr. November.’

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In a thrilling contest‚ the Yankees defeat the Diamondbacks‚ 4-3 in 10 innings‚ to tie the World Series at 2 games apiece. Tino Martinez’s 2-out‚ 2-run homer in the bottom of the 9th ties the game‚ and Derek Jeter’s blast in the bottom of the 10th after midnight wins it for New York. Both homers come off Byung-Hyun Kim, who relieved Curt Schilling in the 8th inning. Mariano Rivera gets the win in relief for the Yankees.

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On other 31sts of October…

2009: Andy Pettitte survives a three-run Philly uprising in the 2nd inning in an 8-5 Yankee win in Citizen’s Bank Park in Game 3 of the World Series. The Yanks rally for five runs off Cole Hamels in the 5th and 6th. The big blow for the Yanks is a two-run homer by A-Rod off a Fox Sports camera hanging over the right field fence. The call, which comes after the first use of instant replay in Series history, goes in the Bombers’ favour. Nick Swisher doubles and homers, and even in an NL, non-DH park Hideki Matsui pinch-hits a homer in the top of the 8th.

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1960: Mike Gallego (shown here with Jim Leyritz giving pointers to recently signed draft pick Derek Jeter), Yankee utility infielder of the early ’90s, is born, Happy 53rd, MG!

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1957: Yogi Berra tells the Daily News that the Yankee front office returned the money collected in fines to the players involved in the ‘Battle of the Copacabana’ (see May 16th).

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1948: Mickey Rivers is born. Happy 65th to Mick the Quick!

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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.

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1982: Former Yankee hurler Jonathan Albaladejo is born. Happy 31st to JT!

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1962: Danny Tartabull, early ’90s Yankee DH, is born. Happy half century plus one, DT!

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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 72nd, JRH!

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10/29 in Yankee History

 

2009: A.J. Burnett makes his name and earns his Yankee credibility with a dominant performance in Game 2 of the World Series, registering a 3-1 win over veteran righty Pedro Martinez. Following a Philadelphia score in the second inning, Mark Teixeira evens things up with a fourth-inning home run. Hideki Matsui then clears the right-field fence with the game winner in the sixth. Jorge Posada delivers an insurance run with a pinch-hit RBI single in the seventh.

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1975: Karim Garcia is born, ¡Feliz  cumpleaños, KG!

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1962: The Yankees sell Bob Turley (82-52 over 8 years in New York ) to the LA Angels.

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1920: The Yankees sign Red Sox manager Ed Barrow as GM, completing the front office team that will build the game’s most successful franchise, which will win 14 American League pennants and 10 World Titles in the 25 years that Barrow serves in the job. Hugh Duffy replaces Barrow in the Boston.dugout.

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10/28 in Yankee History

2009: The World Series opens at the Stadium. Yogi Berra, Michelle Obama, and Jill Biden throw out ceremonial first pitches before the game. In the contest that follows, Cliff Lee makes his name as a postseason ace, besting CC Sabathia. The 6-1 final score is deceptive, as Philly reach relievers David Robertson, Brian Bruney, and Phil Coke for four runs in the last two frames. Bruney, wearing the number 99 that may have represented the place he now held on the Yankee bullpen depth chart, and outfielderEric Hinskewere activated and added to the World Series roster earlier that day.

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2001: Arizona jump out to a 2-0 Series lead as Randy Johnson hurls a 3-hit complete game shutout. Matt Williams hits a 3-run homer for the Diamondbacks. Andy Pettitte takes the loss for the Yanks.

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1981: Pedro Guerrero drives in 5 runs and Burt Hooton and the Dodgers beat the Yankees  9-2 to win the World Series in 6 games. In a remarkable post season‚ the Dodgers came from behind to win 3 series (down 2-0 to Houston and 2-1 to Montreal in the best-of-5 series). Guerrero‚ Ron Cey and Steve Yeager (2 home runs) are named co-MVPs‚ while outfielder Dave Winfield and reliever George Frazier are the goats for New York. Winfield was just 1-for-21‚ while Frazier tied a Series record by losing 3 games. The record was set by the Lefty Williams of the White Sox in 1919; since Williams was one of the 8 Black Sox‚ one might assume that he was not trying very hard.

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1979; George Steinbrenner announces that Billy Martin has been fired again as a result of his recent barroom fight. Third base coach Dick Howser is named to replace him.

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1953: The ‘Old Redhead‚’ Red Barber‚ resigns from the Dodger broadcast booth and takes a job with the Yankees.

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1917:  ’40s Yankee closer Joe Page is born.

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