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Posts Tagged ‘Yankee Stadium’

TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 3/29/21 – MOM & POP STORE DAY

The best ones have a funny but pleasant smell to them, and are a little bit weird. And that’s just how we like them on NATIONAL MOM & POP STORE DAY! Before shopping malls, before box stores the size of Yankee Stadium, we had Mom & Pop […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 2/6/21 – BABE RUTH DAY!

He was born in a Baltimore neighborhood called Pigtown 126 years ago today, February 6, 1895, son of a barkeep who sent him to live in a boys reformatory where he learned shirt making, carpentry and how to play baseball better than any else one ever played […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 2/2/21 – GROUNDHOG DAY!

This is either the day when people remark what a wry actor is Bill Murray, or when fat guys in top hats make speeches on a frigid day in some town in Pennsylvania with an unpronounceable name before releasing a giant rodent to see if the thing […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 12/26/20 – RED SOX SELL BABE RUTH DAY!

It was the best of trades. It was the worst of trades. December 26, 1919. For the New York Yankees, it was the best thing that ever happened, the very first step in forging their brand name as the winningest team in professional sports. For the Red Sox? […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 10/20/20 – MICKEY MANTLE DAY!

It is said he was the best natural athlete ever to play the game, and the fastest ever running from home to first base. In spite of suffering from osteomyelitis and a series of crippling leg injuries and chronic conditions that required his legs to be wrapped […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 10/8/20 – PERFECT GAME DAY!

“The Imperfect Man Pitches The Perfect Game!” was how one headline so aptly put it. On October 8th, 1956, the only perfect game ever pitched in the World Series was thrown by Don Larsen, which is why today is NATIONAL PERFECT GAME DAY! It was yet another World […]

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NO MORE STEINBRENNER? CAN’T BE!

So, George Steinbrenner, the volatile and famous owner of Major League Baseball’s premier team, The New York Yankees, died the way he lived, upstaging the game he loved. On the morning before baseball’s annual All Star Game, George Steinbrenner reminded the world that he has done more […]

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IT’S BASEBALL SEASON AND NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON!

It’s Opening Day! Baseball is back, and the world is suddenly in harmony again after a challenging Winter filled with bad weather and worse news. The weather is perfect, as Springy a Spring day as ever there was, and the defending World Campion New York Yankees are […]

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