American League Championship Series
I think Dave Roberts' steal, Game 4 2004 ALCS is probably No. 1 just because it changed history, a century's worth of losing and chokes, the Yankees and all that, so that's a big cultural things.
I look at it like I'm tied 5-5 with them in the ALCS. They beat us 4-1 in 2002 when I was with the Twins, and we beat them 4-1 when I was with the White Sox. We both got rings out of it, so we're tied 1-1, however way you look at it.More quotes »
We'll believe Derek Jeter's return date when we see him at shortstop
ankle was declared structurally intact last month when Jeter began his limited playing time in Grapefruit League games. Yet he never looked completely stable, right up to when he had to be pulled off the field in Tampa this week. "This is a new injury," Cashman Read more »
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