It was a rubber-match game and anything can happen in rubber-match games. Hell, anything can happen in baseball, right John Sterling? Including a very good pitching performance. Or, a very good pitching performance and an excellent one.
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.
The Dodgers enter Yankee Stadium for a two-game set with the Yanks. The storylines with this mini-series are endless. The 1950's World Series battles when both clubs were in New York, Don Mattingly returning to the Bronx and a kid named Yasiel Puig. Here is a series preview:
No one will ever forget the postseason wins, the bulldog mentality, the cap set down just above the eyebrows as the cutter dives in on righties and away from lefties. No one will forget saving the bacon in the Bronx time after time after time, nor will they forget outdueling John Smoltz in the 1996 World Series.
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