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Derek Jeter elected to baseball Hall of Fame

Longtime New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter earned baseball’s highest honor being elected into the Hall of Fame Tuesday night and fell one vote short of a unanimous decision. The Five-Time Champion Jeter appeared on 396 of 397 ballots cast by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America. In his 20 …

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Phillies Welcome Joe Girardi As New Manager

The Philadelphia Phillies had an unfortunate run with an 81-81 record under former manager Gabe Kapler. He was fired on Oct. 10, leaving the Phillies on the hunt for a new team manager. In a press conference on Monday, the team announced that Joe Girardi would take on the role. …

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Yankees Look to Even Up ALCS

Mother Nature may be a Houston Astros fan. Game 3 of the ALCS was rained out yesterday, so the Yankees will try to even up the series when they host Houston tonight. However, the one-day delay could make a world of difference for the Bronx Bombers. Starting Pitching is Crucial …

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Yankees Sweep Twins, Advance to 17th ALCS

The New York Yankees are headed back to the American League Championship Series. Aaron Boone’s Yanks took Game 3 of the American League Division Series to finish off a sweep of the Minnesota Twins. Despite only seven more hits (29-22), the Bombers outscored Rocco Baldelli’s squad 23-7 over the three …

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