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  • FireCop86
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    Moving from "the house that Ruth built" to "the house that tax payers money built"

    http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/news?slu...v=ap&type=lgns
    Last edited by FireCop86; 09-23-2008, 06:00 AM.

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  • sdb29
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    Originally posted by mbrigha1 View Post
    It hurts me to correct you, but you guys were down 3-0. Yea, that's probably my worst memory of The House.
    I gotta give the Yankees credit on that one. I'm told at the end of the game the PA always plays "New York, New York." They do the Liza Minelli version if the visitors win, and the Frank Sinatra version if the Yankees win. That night they played the Frank version- or so I read somewhere. Classy on their part if true.

    'Course I'm sitting here getting all misty eyed (allergies) and if it did happen it was probably just a mistake on the part of the sound guy.

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  • Sully49
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    Originally posted by mbrigha1 View Post
    It hurts me to correct you, but you guys were down 3-0. Yea, that's probably my worst memory of The House.
    Whoops, my bad, only 7 games in a series, not 8..though I'm sure by the time it was over it felt like 1,000 games to you..hell it felt like that for me, I was emotionally drained and physically exhausted by the time it was over..

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  • mbrigha1
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    It hurts me to correct you, but you guys were down 3-0. Yea, that's probably my worst memory of The House.

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  • Sully49
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    My fondest memory is when the Sox beat the Yankess in game 7 of the 2004 ALCS, capping off their historic comeback after being down three games to one, and crushing the Yankees and their fans on their home turf. Brings a tear of joy to my eye, even now..

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  • MPDCjock
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    My hat is off to Yankee Stadium.

    Such history, memories and the best of the best players called it home.

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  • cgh6366
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    I moved out to the left coast 10 years ago, but before then, I spent many a pre-game sitting in Stan's across the street. I'll miss it.

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  • mbrigha1
    started a topic Farewell Yankee Stadium

    Farewell Yankee Stadium

    Getting ready to watch the last game to be played in the House that Ruth Built. So many memories, so much history. My greatest is my first game there in 1994, catching a foul ball, and seeing then catcher Matt Nokes hit a grand slam. Anyone have any fond Bronx memories?

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