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Yankees missed out on A-Rod replacement who's tearing it up for Brewers

New York Post
Thames, a 39th-round pick of the Yankees in 2007 when he was a sophomore eligible out of Pepperdine who didn't sign, inked a three-year deal with the Brewers in November for $16 million. In early December, the Yankees signed 37-year-old Matt Holliday ...

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New York Yankees: Aaron Judge Is the Next Giancarlo Stanton

Call to the Pen
The Yankees' Aaron Judge has the raw power, the incredible size, and the batted ball velocity to join The Mighty Giancarlo Stanton in the tier of absurd power hitters. We're less than three weeks into the 2017 MLB season, but I feel confident in naming ...

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New York Yankees Place Gleyber Torres on the DL

Call to the Pen
The New York Yankees' top prospect was placed on the 7-day DL. Do the Yankees need to worry about shortstop Gleyber Torres?

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Inside the amazing ascendance of the Yankees' rotation

New York Post
Thursday is 4/20, known as “Weed Day'' among reefer enthusiasts, and if you predicted in late March the Yankees would be 10-5 after beginning the season 1-4, those drug testers often spotted in big league clubhouses would have asked you to pee in a cup.


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Iconic actor Bucky Walsh dies at 90

The Westerly Sun
Arthur "Bucky" Walsh, who died Wednesday afternoon at the age of 90, was part of the live broadcast crew for the Brooklyn Dodgers a a young man. He went on to have a long and successful national and local acting career. Courtesy of Chris Walsh.

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Dunn and Jackie: Remembering brush with history

Herald & Review
It was also in 1947 that Brooklyn General Manager Branch Rickey brought Robinson from the Dodgers' farm team in Montreal to the majors. Racial barriers would not fall easy, and Robinson's mere presence on a baseball field triggered a firestorm of ...

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Los Angeles Dodgers Stadium Statue Commemorates Jackie Robinson

L.A. Watts Times
Jackie Robinson Day 2017 will be a milestone for Dodger Stadium. The Los Angeles Dodgers will commemorate Robinson's legacy with a statue that will be unveiled on April 15. This will be the first stadium statue for the franchise. “It really links the ...

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Jackie Robinson gets statue at Dodger Stadium

In this April 15, 1947, file photo, from left, Brooklyn Dodgers baseball players John Jorgensen, Pee Wee Reese, Ed Stanky and Jackie Robinson pose at Ebbets Field in New York. The first statue in Dodger Stadium history belongs to Jackie Robinson.


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