Yankees History

Echoes of the 08-09 offseason

Missing the playoffs is apparently just the inspiration needed for the Yankees to go on a spending spree.

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Celebrate the 1977 Yankees Championship

For baseball fans, the best memories of the 1977 Yankees are Mr. October’s three homers in Game 6 of the World Series. Amidst swirling tension and one of the most emotionally trying times in New York City history, the Yankees were able to overcome the turmoil by riding the fiery passion of manager Billy Martin, great hitting from Reggie Jackson and Thurman Munson, and unbound scrappiness from Sweet Lou and Bucky Dent.

Top 100 Yankees: #84 Al Downing

Downing is most famous for giving up Hank Aaron’s 715th homer, but long before then, he was one of the best pitchers on the last great Yankee teams of the early ‘60s

Yankees history: MVP award history part three

A Yankee has been named the AL MVP 22 times since the award's inception. Here's a look at the last eight winners.

Previous failure shouldn't impact Tanaka pursuit

Hideki Irabu and Kei Igawa are in no way relevant to the potential acquisition of Masahiro Tanaka. All Japanese pitchers are not doomed to the same fate.

The Yankees' best team by single-season numbers

Of all the fantastic seasons in Yankees history, which by position would help the Yankees comprise their greatest team?

Yankees stopgap third basemen of yesteryear

A look back at the Yankees' stopgap third basemen of yesteryear

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Meeting Jerry Coleman on Bat Day 1969

Memories of one of the kindest men to ever work in baseball.

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

Winner, winner, chicken dinner.

The Yankees bullpen, ten years ago today

A look at the bullpen headed into the 2004 season

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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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