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Latest Mickey Mantle Items
The play about the New York Yankees has struck out on Broadway.
Alex Rodriguez's jerseys are nowhere to be found at Steinbrenner Field, just like the suspended third baseman.
Jeter, who will turn 40 in June, has been a fixture in the middle of the Yankees' infield since 1996 after breaking into the majors the previous season.
The first sign a major knuckleball is coming in the baseball play "Bronx Bombers" is when the smoke machines crank up.
Yasiel Puig autographs are forged more than any other current athlete, regardless of sport.
It's not quite, "A day that will live in infamy," or "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," but Reggie Jackson's words printed in the June 1977 issue of Sport magazine remain among the most powerful and defining quotes in all of sports.
My father had deep pockets.
My father had deep pockets. Not that he was a wealthy man. Not even close. With seven children, this would have been a highly unlikely prospect. But as the youngest of the brood, as the baby of the bunch, as the smiling caboose at the end of our happy family train, it just always seemed to me like Daddy's pockets were always, always full.
The Skins and Nats plan on RG3 and Harper being key components for an awfully long time, something the local fan base wouldn't mind. There's no solid reason to expect they won't become fixtures. Except for those knees.