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  • 09/18/12--18:17: The Forgotten Year of ’97
  • When I heard the Baltimore Orioles haven’t won the American League East Division since 1997 it got me thinking, who was on that ’97 Yankees’ team? Don’t hate me, but I was 7 years old the last time the O’s topped the division. Some were no brainers for me, Jeter, Williams, O’Neill, Martinez and Posada [...]

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  • 04/09/13--06:00: April 9th in Yankees History
  • April 9, 1996 It was a cold, snowy Opening Day in the Bronx. The Yankees defeated the Kansas City Royals, 7-3. Starter Andy Pettitte allowed 3R in 6.1IP (6H, 2BB), earning the win. Newcomers Joe Girardi, replacing Mike Stanley, and Tino Martinez, replacing Don Mattingly, get booed during pregame introductions. Girardi goes 1-for-5 batting in [...]

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    The New York Yankees just sent out a press release regarding the upcoming Old Timers Day celebration, retirement of Hall of Fame manger Joe Torre’s number 6, and other Yankee legends including Paul O’Neill, Goose Gossage, Tino Martinez and Bernie Williams. Just to clarify things the team will only be retiring Torre’s number, but will […]

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    I know what you’re thinking. It’s October and the New York Yankees are nowhere to be found. Fear not, I have the perfect elixir for the lack of postseason noise emanating from the Bronx, this postseason. Although Yankee Stadium II turned out the lights for good after the 2008 season, I reflect and list my top […]

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    Constantino Martinez is back with the Yankees, this time as a minor league instructor. Martinez, …

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    Even before Joe DiMaggio threw out the ceremonial first pitch, the snow flakes started falling …

    The post April 9, 1996 – Yankees Win Snowy Home Opener appeared first on Bronx Pinstripes | BronxPinstripes.com.


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    On May 19, 1998, the Yankees and Orioles gave us arguably the best brawl in MLB …

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    Since the inception of the home run derby in 1985, the New York Yankees have …

    The post Pick your all-time Yankees home run derby appeared first on Bronx Pinstripes | BronxPinstripes.com.


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    Fourteen years ago, Derek Jeter made one of the most memorable plays in MLB postseason history.  On the anniversary of the famous ‘flip play,” we take a moment to look back at this outstanding play and remember how it totally changed the New York Yankees’ 2001 season. The start of the 2001 American League Division Series didn’t […]

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    NEW YORK, UNITED STATES:  The New York Yankees celebrate 26 October after beating the Atlanta Braves in game six 3-2 to win the World Series at Yankee Stadium in New York.    (ELECTRONIC IMAGE) AFP PHOTO/Timothy CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)Knowing your own system and making the right moves. One might argue it was the difference between the New York Yankees of the 1990s and 1980s. Keeping the likes of Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte. Trading the likes of Jay Buhner, Doug Drabek, Jose Rijo, Hal Morris, Willie McGee […]

    The post Yankees hope trades can plant seeds of new dynasty appeared first on Bronx Pinstripes | BronxPinstripes.com.


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    If you became a fan of the New York Yankees in the late 1960s/early 1970s like I did, you suffered for your sport. The Yankees won 14 American League pennants and nine World Series from 1949 through 1964, but aging veterans (Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford), early retirements (Tony Kubek, Bobby Richardson), and a weak farm system led […]

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    The Yankees’ major acquisition of flame-thrower Aroldis Chapman this off-season may prove to be one of the all-time great maneuvers in team history. With that in mind, here’s a look at the five best off-season moves made by the Yankees over the last 25 years. 5. Hideki Matsui, Free Agent: No one knew what to expect when “Godzilla”, […]

    The post Let’s make a deal: Yankees best moves of the last 25 offseasons appeared first on Bronx Pinstripes | BronxPinstripes.com.


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  • 03/28/16--07:00: What I’ve Seen
  • People like to pretend Yankee fans have experienced so much joy that they’re numb to glory. We’re not. I’ve seen Tino Martinez clatter to home plate against the San Diego Padres, just after I’ve finished celebrating my eighth birthday. The bases are juiced. My best friend, also named Adam, and I sit on an inflated […]

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    On Saturday, April 30, 2016, Nielson Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep, and Ram of East Hanover, NJ held a free public signing and meet and greet with a New York Yankees fan favorite: Tino Martinez.  According to general store manager Rick Vrablik, 30 people were already waiting on line at 9am, when the dealership opened.  Clutching a […]

    The post Exclusive interview with Tino Martinez [Video] appeared first on Bronx Pinstripes | BronxPinstripes.com.


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  • 06/16/16--11:00: #TBT: Tino Martinez
  • At the conclusion of the 1995 season, the New York Yankees had a void to fill at first base with the retirement of Yankees legend Don Mattingly. For 14 seasons “Donnie Baseball” ruled the Bronx, but with his retirement, the Yankees were needing someone special to fill that hole at first. With the makings of […]

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    On Monday, August 15, Scott Reinen, Rich Kaufman, and Andrew Rotondi attended the 1996 Yankees Dynasty event in Manhattan, hosted by Steiner Sports. The event featured Q&A with players, photo opportunities, a silent auction, and an open bar, all to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Eleven year-old cancer survivor and LLS Boy […]

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    Last week, we attended The Dynasty Yankees event hosted by Steiner Sports. While at the event, we got exclusive interviews with five 1996 Yankees legends: Andy Pettitte, Tino Martinez, Doc Gooden, Cecil Fielder, and Jim Leyritz. Check out the video below!    

    The post VIDEO Interviews with Andy Pettitte, Tino Martinez, and more 1996 Yankees Legends appeared first on Bronx Pinstripes | BronxPinstripes.com.


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    They say this time of year is the “Season of miracles”. However, no matter what time of year it is, you hear about miracles all the time when it comes to sports…”It’s going to take a miracle to win this one…” Whether it was the 1980 U.S. Olympic men’s hockey team and Al Michaels’ query […]

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    This season will be the 20th anniversary of the remarkable 1998 Yankees championship team. The 2018 season comes on the heels of an unexpectedly successful regular season in 2017 that has fans looking forward to the coming year. But, before moving forward, it’s time to look back at one of the most remarkable teams in Major […]

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