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Each week on the SSTN Podcast, Dr. E.J. Fagan joins our Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Paul Semendinger to talk Yankees baseball.

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Jan 19, 2023

I posted this comment on James' last greatest moments post but I don't think may saw it since the post was a few days old. These are some of my best Yankee memories not really greatest moments in the history of the team Tony Horton (ended up as a triple) and Steve Hamilton humbled Horton with his Folly Floater (the predecessor of Dave LaRoche's La-Lob) causing Horton to crawl on his hands and knees back to the dugout.

I was also at a game in 1969 when Murcer, Thurman Munson and Gene Michael hit consecutive homers against the A's. It was Munson's first ML homer. I was also in attendance when he hit # 100! What I also remember about that…

Paul Semendinger
Paul Semendinger
Jan 19, 2023
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Makes more sense! :)

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