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  1. 18 de mar. de 2024 · Andy Pettitte. Johan Santana. Andrew Miller. Bernie Williams. Adrian Beltre. Richie Sexson. Brian Dozier. Rich Aurilia. Tony Tarasco. John Kruk. Rafael Palmeiro. Paul O’Neill. Josh Gibson. Buck Leonard. Toni Stone. Tony Oliva. There’s the full list of legends in MLB The Show 24. Who is your favorite legend in this year’s game?

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  3. Há 17 horas · Fritz Peterson, ninth all-time Yankees starter and infamous for wife swap, passes away at 82. Fritz Peterson, a former Yankees starting pitcher who won 109 games for the team and was an All-Star in 1970, passed away at the age of 82 on Friday. The Yankees issued a statement mourning the loss of Fritz Peterson, expressing profound sadness.

  4. 17 de mar. de 2024 · Nostalgia filled the air at Steinbrenner Field on Friday as Joe Torre, donning the iconic number 6 Yankees jersey and pinstripes rejoined the team in the dugout. His presence behind the batting cage, mingling with manager Aaron Boone, brought a palpable energy to the atmosphere. Joe Torre breaks down how he ended up at Yankees camp with @M ...

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  6. 16 de mar. de 2024 · Jones’ first homer came on an 82.9 mph slider from left-hander Adam Macko, coming off of his bat at 106.5 mph and traveling 399 feet to right-center field. The second was a 427-foot shot off right-hander Fernando Perez that came off his bat at 108.5 mph. “That kid, he’s a specimen.

  7. 28 de mar. de 2024 · Bottom line: What Andy Pettitte was for the Yankees in the 1990s and 2000s, Whitey Ford was for the pinstripes in the 1950s and ’60s … only better. He wasn’t just a good pitcher on a great team because Ford was a major reason why the Yankees were so great.