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A-Rod Makes History in Yanks Sweep of Royals

Alex Rodriguez passed Lou Gehrig for third on the all-time RBI list, Michael Pineda pitched into the seventh inning, and the New York Yankees beat the Kansas City Royals 4-2 on Wednesday afternoon at Yankee Stadium

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A-Rod New No.1 On AL RBI List

The New York Yankees Alex Rodriguez passed Yankees great Lou Gehrig on Wednesday afternoon, after hitting a a three-run homer off Kansas City Royals right-hander Chris Young in the third inning of Wednesday's game at Yankee Stadium, giving him 1,995 career RBIs

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75th Anniversary of Gehrig Speech

For the 75th anniversary of the famous Lou Gehrig "I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth" speech, MLB made a video replicating the speech with all 30 first basemen in the league -- and one additional guest

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Derek Jeter Back Provides Jolt For Baseball

The captain has returned, which is good for the Yanks.  But for baseball, it is even better.  Ratings are down, as is attendance, and the Yanks didn't have a face for the lovers and haters of the team to relate to or for those same people to go to the ballpark and see.  Now they do.

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Mike Lindsley’s Top 5 Most Beloved Yankees Of All-Time

Picking greatest Yankees in any category is like splitting hairs or flipping a coin or picking the most ripe apple in the bunch during the months of September and October in the Northeast.  How about the most beloved Yankee of all-time?  Just as tough as the next question when regarding the pinstripes, but I have narrowed it (I think) down to a Top 5.  Enjoy.  

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Robinson Cano Collects 1,500th Hit

Lou Gehrig, Mickey Mantle, Don Mattingly, Derek Jeter and now Robinson Cano.  Those are the only five Yankees to collect 1,500 hits before the age of 31.

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