Oh yea and Sprints,,, http://www.nytimes.com/2005/05/25/sp...l/25pudge.html
It seems like there are probably better ways to stimulate offense rather than encouraging one dimensional hitters and discouraging defensive strategy.
That's it, I'm sure.
Reminds me of 1967. Thanks for the memories.
Fortunately, I think this year's Yankee team has more potential than the 1967 bunch who
He said he was just eating a better diet ??
Thinking that out all the way around the total play, Jeter should not have been allowed to be near home plate in the playoffs to make his iconic play