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Strawberry on Which Team he Claims: Mets or Yankees?

Right fielder Darryl Strawberry spent eight seasons with the Mets at the beginning of his career and only five years with the Yankees at the end. So, which team does he identify himself with?

"I identify myself with New York," said Strawberry, when he called into Armen Williams' show on 104.5 The Team on Fr

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Strawberry on the Timing of Jeter’s Retirement

After 19 seasons, Derek Jeter is going to call it quits after his 20th.

Longtime New York Yankee Darryl Strawberry commented on the difficulty of knowing when your time is done in the sports world.

"It's hard f

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Darryl Strawberry calls the Team; Reflects on Jeter [Audio]

Former Yankee great Darryl Strawberry saw it coming. He knew that Derek Jeter was going to be one of the best to ever put on the pinstripes long before that became a reality.

Part I: Strawberry on his tre

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Derek Jeter’s Press Conference [PHOTO GALLERY]

Derek Jeter's press conference on Thursday was a memorable one and officially announced the beginning of the final season for No.2.

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Jeter Reminded Us Why He’s Jeter At Press Conference

On Wednesday, Derek Jeter spoke for the first time since announcing that this would be his last season, via Facebook.

Audio: Jeter's opening statement -

For anyone who has forgotten or doesn’t understand why ‘The Captain’ has gotten so much attention by the fans and media since his announcement, we were all reminded quickly.

“I really didn’t want thi

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Derek Jeter’s Press Conference

Yankee's captain Derek Jeter held his formal press conference today. Jeter announced he will be retiring after this season last week after 18 season's in the MLB all with the New York Yankees .

Jeter's answers today to reporters questions were 100% Jeteresque

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Pineda Vying for Fifth Spot

Michael Pineda was a major league all-star in 2011.

A 22-year-old with a fastball at 97 MPH and a good splitter, the burly righty went 9-10 for my sad-sack Seattle Mariners. (If you read my intro blog yesterday, it only took a day to get a Mariners reference in)

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Where Does Derek Jeter Rank Among Yankee Greats (POLL)

As Derek Jeter will take his farewell tour around the MLB stadiums this season, Jeter will forever be embedded into the history of the greatest franchise in sports The New York Yankees.

Derek Jeter is a

  • 1996 ROY
  • 5 Time World Series Champion
  • Apart of the 3,000 hit club
  • 13 Time All-Star
  • 5 Time Gold-Glover
  • And a SI's Sportsman Of The Year

Derek Jeter has more accolades we can talk about forever.

 

 

 

The question is where does Jeter rank among

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Tanaka Introduced As A New York Yankee

Japanese pitcher Masahiro Tanaka is officially a New York Yankee!

"I was thinking as I was driving in, this would make 'the Boss' proud," said Brian Cashman, Yankees General Manager. "The Yankees are about always tryign to aquire the best talent

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John Sterling Called Into The Team [Podcast]

The Yankees have brought in a lot of new faces over the winter.

"I think it's a very intriguing spring training," said John Sterling, voice of the Yankees. "I don't know what's going to happen but it's a very intriguing camp as it happens

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Mets Broadcaster and Hall Of Famer Ralph Kiner Dies at 91

It was reported today by the Baseball Hall of Fame that Hall of Famer Ralph Kiner passed away at the age of 91.

Kiner hit 369 home runs during his 10-year career, mostly with the Pittsburgh Pirates

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Ex-Pitcher Mike Bacsik Talks Tanaka (Audio)

104.5 The Teams Armen Williams sat down with CBS MLB Analyst Mike Bacsik who pitched 5 years in the league including 2 with the Mets.

Bacsik is infamous for giving up the RECORD BREAKING Home-Run ball to Barry Bonds in 2007 while on the Nationals

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