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    by Published on 06-14-12 01:07 PM

    Anyone who has visited this site from time to time knows that I grew up in New Jersey and fell in love with the New York Yankees. You also might know that team-crush began in the mid to late 1960s when the Yankees had fallen from grace and played for empty stands. Those teams couldnít hit although they pitched rather well. After Mantle retired, there simply wasnít an iconic batter for the team to root for. And then Bobby Murcer arrived on the scene in 1969.

    by Published on 06-14-12 09:58 AM

    Yahoo reported today on a poll that will be published in a July issue of Menís Journal. The polls apparently asked one-hundred Major League Baseball players various questions. Ozzie Guillen, for example, was voted as the least respected manager in the game. One of the questions was who was the most hated player in the game. Two members of the New York Yankees made the list at second and third place. Alex Rodriguez came in at Number Two behind A.J. Pierzynski, and Nick Swisher came in at Number Three. When asked about players most would love to have as a teammate, Derek Jeter finished in second to Albert Pujols.


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