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25 Smartest Moves of the Past 25 Years: Yankees sign Mike Mussina
When the Yankees wrapped up their 26th title with a win over the crosstown rival Mets in 2000, it marked a period of dominance unseen in the sport in over 25 years.
Forming the oldest Yankees lineup
If you make it past 40 and continue playing in Major League Baseball, the odds are that you're a really good player.
Starting Nine: Kevin Millwood, a Very Good Brave
On arguably the greatest rotation ever, Kevin Millwood played the role of Ringo - or is it Billy Preston if we're being more Beatles accurate given the ERA pecking order of the 1998 Braves?
Sports betting is legal in New York. What does that mean for the Yankees?
If you live in New York and pay attention to sports, you probably already know that sports betting is officially legal.
The Yankees Champions Series: 1977
From 1923 through 1962, 40 World Series were played and the Yankees won 20 of them. For anyone born after World War I, there was never a time in which the Yankees weren't great.
Report: Giants, Jets Facing $6B Lawsuit from Fan for Claiming to Play in New York
New York City resident Abdiell Suero filed a lawsuit against the NFL's New York Giants and New York Jets for $6 billion in damages he alleges are the result of the teams labeling themselves as New York despite playing their home games in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
The Yankees Champions Series: 1961
The Yankees headed into 1961 coming off the disappointment of losing the 1960 World Series in devastating walk-off fashion.
It's long past time that the Yankees dedicate a monument to Yogi Berra
Yesterday, I shared a brief history of a unique Yankees tradition: Monument Park.
A brief history of Monument Park
If you've ever been to Yankee Stadium, you know that one of the mandatory rites involves a visit to Monument Park.
The Yankees Champions Series: 1956
On October 4th, 1955, the baseball season ended with the Yankees losing 2-0 in Game 7 of the World Series to an absolutely loaded Brooklyn Dodgers team that featured five future Hall of Famers in their regular lineup.