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Derek Jeter the Greatest ______?

What a remarkable career Derek Jeter has had, no doubt first ballot hall of fame candidate. Nothing less than the face of baseball for the past 15 years. That in itself is quite an achievement....

So You Think You've Seen a Slow Start


The Yankees finally put one in the win column on Monday night, beating the Orioles 6-2 behind a dogged effort from Ivan Nova (seven innings of two-run ball despite yielding 10 hits) after being...

Pujols and Holland in Pinstriped Company


Albert Pujols' three home runs on Saturday night put Mr. October back in the news. Games Three and Four of the World Series games could...

You Have to Admit, He Had a Point


Babe Ruth: Succeeding gloriously, failing gloriously. (AP) Spelunking around the Internet this evening doing research on another topic, I...

Sunday Night Skepticism


Babe Ruth and Joe DiMaggio. "Where did I go? I went where I had to go once it was time." (AP) On July 29, 1951, Joe DiMaggio went 2-4 with...


The Yankees have some hard decisions coming up about which numbers to retire. (AP) Andy Pettitte's retirement last week raised an interesting question about the future of the Yankees'...

An Unusual Hit Parade


The biggest hit of Edgar Martinez's career eliminated the Yankees from the 1995 postseason and carried even bigger ramifications for both teams (AP). ...

The Last Days of Babe Derek Jeter Ruth


The dangers of staying too long at the party: In Hawaii he played golf, laid a wreath on the grave of Alexander Joy Cartwright, the founder of American baseball, and complained after an exhibition...

Good, but not great in August


The Yankees are 12-8 in the their last 20 games, a .600 winning percentage. For most teams, even for the Yankees, that would usually be considered a very successful record. Why, then, does it...

Baseball history on display for fans at the new Yankee Stadium


Article and numerous photos chronicling the successful manner in which ultramodern new Yankee Stadium showcases both New York Yankee and baseball history. Baseball fans of any team will appreciate much of what is on display.

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