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History Highlights for September 14

The Yankees resurrected their season in what was a very bad September when they won a come-from-behind contest in Toronto on the 14th in 1999. Hitting two grand slams in the same game for only the third time in their history, Bernie Williams tied the game at six with his in the eighth inning, and the Bombers won behind Paul O’Neill‘s salami in the ninth, 10-6. Continue reading

History Highlights for September 8

Game Two of the 1978 Boston Massacre took place on September 8, as the Yanks scored two in the first and six in the second, and the Red Sox committed seven errors in a 13-2 Yankee win. Reggie Jackson‘s three-run homer and a double, triple, and homer by Lou Piniella carried Jim Beattie to victory. The Yanks would outhit the Sox 67-21 and outscored them 42-9 in that set in Fenway. The Yanks won all four, and the series capped their comeback that brought them from 14.5 back to dead even. Continue reading

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