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The Pinstripe Alley Top Yankees Moments Tournament

Which do you think is the top moment in Yankees history? Participate in our tournament and help us find out!

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Yankees Top Moment: Gehrig's "Luckiest Man" speech

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Top Moments Tournament Finals: Gehrig vs. Boone

It's come down to one final question. Which was the greatest moment in Yankees history: Lou Gehrig's "Luckiest Man" speech or Aaron Boone's unforgettable pennant-winner?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1980-Present (#1) vs. (#3)

Which of these newer Yankees moments deserves a spot in the finals – Aaron bleepin' Boone or Jim Leyritz's game-tying homer?

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1979 (#1) vs (#3)

Two franchise-defining moments go head-to-head. Will Gehrig's speech or Bucky's blast advance to the finals?

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3rd round results for PSA Top Moments Tournament

Only three matchups remain. Which should be the top moment in Yankees history?

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Top Moments Tournament: 2000-Present (#1) vs. (#2)

Game 7 walk-off or late-game World Series heroics – which iconic moment deserves to move onto the semifinals in the Top Moments Tournament?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1980-99 (#1) vs (#3)

Leyritz's series-changing homer already knocked out Boomer's perfecto, but can it do the same with Coney's classic?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1960-1979 (#3) vs. (#2)

A Red Sox killer or three homers in Game Six – which moment holds a bigger piece of Yankees' history?

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#1) vs (#2)

The Luckiest Man speech or Larsen's World Series perfecto? Which gets your vote as the better Yankees moment?

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2nd round results for PSA Top Moments Tournament

Eight moments remain in the Pinstripe Alley Top Moments Tournament! Which ones will emerge as the winners of their respective regions?

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Top Moments Tournament: 2000-Present (#2) vs. (#3)

Late-game World Series heroics or the famous flip play – which moment deserves to advance in the Top Moments Tournament?

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Top moments tournament: 1980-1999 (#2) vs. (#3)

Which moment holds a bigger place in Yankees' lore: a perfect game or a game-tying home run in the World Series?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1980-99 (#1) vs (#4)

Was a perfect game or a game-winning World Series slam the bigger highlight for the late-'90s dynasty Yankees?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1960-79 (#2) vs (#3)

Which big homer of the late '70s was most memorable? It's a nigh-impossible decision between a pennant winner and a Red Sox killer.

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Top Moments Tournament: 1960-79 (#1) vs (#4)

Which dinger was more memorable in Yankees history?

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#2) vs (#3)

Which moment was bigger – World Series perfection or a legendary prediction?

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#1) vs (#4)

Which was a better Yankees moment--baseball's most memorable speech or one of its most unbreakable records?

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First round results for PSA Top Moments Tournament

Each of the four brackets' first round matchups are complete! Which moments moved on to the second round as the top 16 moments in Yankees history?

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Top Moments Tournament: 2000-present (#4) vs. (#5)

Can a World Series-winning single win over "history with an exclamation point"?

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Top Moments Tournament: 2000-Present (#3) vs. (#6)

The Flip vs. The Hug: Which moment comes out on top in Yankees history?

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Top Moments Tournament: 2000-present (#2) vs (#7)

Do the Yankees' late game heroics in the ill-fated 2001 World Series top the game-tying blast off of Joe Nathan in the 2009 ALDS? Let your thoughts be known!

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Top Moments Tournament: 2000-present (#1) vs (#8)

Two heated rivalry games against the Red Sox: Was Aaron Boone's walk off home run in Game 7 of the 2003 ALCS more memorable than Derek Jeter diving into the stands to save a game in 2004? Read and vote in the poll!

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Top Moments Tournament: 1980-99 (#4) vs (#5)

Was Tino's electrifying slam more exhilarating than Righetti's Independence Day no-hitter? Read about both and vote in the post!

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Top Moments Tournament: 1980-99 (#3) vs (#6)

Which Yankees moment was more memorable: Jim Leyritz's game-tying homer in Game 4 of the '96 World Series or Jeffrey Maier interfering with a ball in play in the '96 ALCS?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1980-99 (#2) vs (#7)

As our top moments tournament rolls on, David Wells' '98 perfecto faces off against Donnie Baseball's go-ahead homer in game 2 of the '95 ALDS.

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Top Moments Tournament: 1980-99 (#1) vs (#8)

In our tournament of the top moments in Yankee history, was David Cone's perfect game - in front of Yogi Berra and Don Larsen, no less - a better and more memorable performance than Jim Abbott's no -hitter amidst a heated pennant race?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1960-79 (#4) vs (#5)

Can a trio of home runs in the world series top an 18-strikeout evening?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1960-79 (#3) vs (#6)

Which was the bigger moment: a stunning cap to a pennant race, or heartstopping Game 7 finish?

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Top Moments Tournament: 1960-79 (#2) vs (#7)

Two great Yankee moments: the elation of a walk-off to go to the World Series, and the emotion of winning a game on the same day as a beloved teammate's funeral.

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Top Moments Tournament: 1960-79 (#1) vs (#8)

Which homer by these Yankee legends was greater?

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#4) vs (#5)

Which record-setting feat by a Yankees legend was the most impressive moment?

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#3) vs (#6)

It's a legendary tale facing a championship clinching hit. Which was the greater moment in Yankees history?

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#2) vs (#7)

In the second match-up of our tournament, #2 takes on #7 in the Founding-1959 bracket.

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Top Moments Tournament: Founding-1959 (#1) vs (#8)

Kicking off Pinstripe Alley's Yankees Top Moments Tournament with a battle between the #1 and #8 moments from the Founding-1959 bracket.

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Announcing the PSA Top Yankees Moments Tournament

Which do you think is the top moment in Yankees history? Participate in our tournament and help us find out!

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