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Website Spotlight
A Chronological History of Amazing Boston Red Sox Losses,
Remarkable Collapses and Other Record Breaking Feats

The Red Sox vs.Yankees rivalry is one of the longest running in all of professional sports. In defense of the Yankee Hater sites that have popped up all over the web, has put together a brilliant effort. Unlike it's piers that take a more immature approach with "doctored up" photos, animated urinating icons and opinionated trash talk, this site uses extensive factual research and presents it as a timeline of the Beantown franchise's history. The site was actually pointed out to me by a lifelong Boston die-hard who spent hours browsing the site and came away with the conclusion that there are too many strange occurrences and coincidences in the Red Sox history to overlook. Check it out today! has taken up the cause of the average NY sports fan who cannot access the Yankees on their cable system. For more information go to

Player Profile
#15 Thurman Munson

Born: June 7, 1947, Akron, Ohio
Died: August 2, 1979, Canton, Ohio (plane crash)

A baseball player, like any other person, is not immune to the tragedies of everyday life. On August 2, 1979, Thurman Munsonís twin-engine jet fell short of the runway during an attempted landing at the Akron-Canton airfield and tragically burst into flames. Munson was killed in the accident and two others were injured. The six-time All-Star was only 32 years old and had already established himself as one of the gameís premier catchers. In three consecutive World Series appearances in 1976, 1977, and 1978, Munson hit .529, .320 and .320 respectively. He started his career winning the American League Rookie of the Year award in 1970, batting .302, one of five seasons he hit over the .300 mark. In 1976, Munson led the Yankees into the World Series and earned Most Valuable Player honors in the AL. Source: Official Thurman Munson website

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Fast Facts:
Betcha' didn't know

Bill Dickey
Set the AL records for
catching more than 100
games in 13 seasons,
and for not allowing a
single passed
ball in 125 games.

Don Mattingly
Set records for most
grandslams in a season
with 6, most homeruns
in 7 consecutive games
with 9, and most home
runs in 8 with 10.

"Have faith in
the Yankees,
my son."
Ernest Hemingway
The Old Man and the Sea
In 1929, the Yankees
became the first team
to make numbers a
permanent part of the
uniform. The initial
distribution of numbers
was made according to
the player's position in
the team's batting order.
Who wore 1 through 10?

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