Welcome to this Day in Yankees History The 2020 Yankees season may be over, so let’s dig deep into the history books These daily posts will highlight a couple of key moments in Yankees history at a given date, as well as recognizing players born on that day Hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane with us!
Although he led the team to the World Series, Yogi Berra is fired as manager of the Yankees In his first year as manager he led the team to a 99-game winning season and an AL pennant, however, they fell to Cardinals and World Series MVP Bob Gibson in the Fall Classic in seven games, and Berra was released days later.
In a strange twist of fate, the man to replace Berra would be Johnny Keane, who was St. Louis’s manager and had just beaten Berra and the Yankees His tenure in the Bronx would only last for two seasons Berra would eventually return to the canoe from Yankee Stadium, but this passage ended even more controversially than his first
Thanks to seven strong Catfish Hunter innings and a three RBIs performance by Bucky Dent, the Yankees win their 22nd all-time and second consecutive World Series
After falling behind 2-0 in the series, the Yankees won four straight games with their victory in Game 6 at Dodger Stadium LA took the lead in the bottom of the first, but that was immediately erased in second with Dent giving the Yankees the lead with a two RBI single He had another big hit in the sixth as Hunter and Goose Gossage combined to allow three hits and no runs in the last six innings, winning the title.
David Justice’s three-point homeroom gives the Yankees a lead they would never give up as the Bombers beat the Mariners to win a third straight AL pennant With a 3-2 lead in the series, the Yankees fell behind 4-0 in Seattle, including a run led by future Yankee Alex Rodriguez
The Yankees cut the deficit in the fourth, but took full control when Justice made a home run to give the Yankees the lead in the bottom of the seventh In total, they scored six points in the seventh, opening a lead of five points The Mariners hit back with three points in the eighth, but it wasn’t enough and the Yankees returned to the World Series
Rolfe was a four-time All-Star and five-team World Series champion with the Yankees, playing for the team from 1931 to 1942 His best season came in 1939, when he led the league in punches Aside from being arguably the second best Yankee to wear No.2, he also managed the Tigers and also coached in the basketball league that eventually developed into the NBA.
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