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    What Yankee player had 3-30 plus hr seasons?

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    For sure, Ruth, Mantle, Gehrig and Mattingly belongs. Without going to the record books I think you can add Berra, Jackson, Winfield and perhaps Henrich into the 2 X 30 HR category. Tell me if I got it right.
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    Nome, i left an important part of the question,sorry.The part that i left out is that he hit 30 hr's with three different teams.An ex Yankee farm hand who plays in the AL did it 4 times.This would probably be very hard to find.

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    I believe it was Fred McGriff -- except I thought it was four teams.... I could be wrong though...
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    penguin4, you got the second part right.

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    Ooh, whoops, George, I read the question wrong... didn't realize there were two!!!!!!

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    THE ONLY guess that I can make is that if he's still playing, and play's in the AL, and has hit 30 hr's or plus w/many team's is GREG VAUGHN.

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    No MAFIA it's not Greg Vaughn.He's not still playing, but i'll give you a big clue,his son is a major leaguer.On no that makes it too easy.

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    Sooo... that means it's probably either Bobby Bonds or Ken Griffey, Sr, right?
    Hmmm...... I think I'll go with Griffey Sr, cause I'm not sure if Bonds was a Yank or not...
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    MAFIA, you got it this time ,i made it too easy for you.The answer is Bobby Bonds,he played for the Yankees in 1975.Of course Griffey sr played for the Yanks too.

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    I didnt think it was VAUGHN, I don't see why I said that because he was never a YANK. YOU SPANKED me on this one, i'm still up 2-1, you wanna do the best 4 out of 7?

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