On This Day in History | 1934

On This Day in History | 1934

On this day 79 years ago Babe Ruth achieved one of his most memorable milestones, hitting his 700th career home run. The 480 foot blast off of Detroit’s Tommy Bridges helped propel the Bombers to a win 4-2 at Navin Field and move a 1/2 game ahead of Detroit in...
On This Day in History | 1951

On This Day in History | 1951

On this day 62 years ago, Allie Reynolds tossed his first of two no-hitters during the 1951 season, blanking the Indians 1-0 at Cleveland Stadium. “Superchief” was masterful against his former squad that would go on to finish the season with a 93-61 mark,...
Yankees Game 45: McLouth’s Walk-Off Sinks Yanks

Yankees Game 45: McLouth’s Walk-Off Sinks Yanks

Baltimore Orioles 3–New York Yankees 2 (10 innings) Phil Hughes put together another solid start and Travis Hafner stayed hot, but it wasn’t enough as the O’s clipped the Bombers in extra innings. Hughes was effective over 6 innings, allowing just 5...
Yankees Game 44: Hafner & Wells Clip the Birds

Yankees Game 44: Hafner & Wells Clip the Birds

New York Yankees 6–Baltimore Orioles 4 Where would we be without Travis Hafner and Vernon Wells? Once again, it was the two off-season acquisitions who came up with the big hits, powering the Yanks to their 12th come-from-behind victory of the season. Down 4-3...
On This Day in History | 1920

On This Day in History | 1920

On this day 93 years ago Babe Ruth hit his first home run as a Yankee in a 6-0 victory over Boston. After going without a long ball in eleven April games, the Sultan of Swat saved his first of 659 Yankee dingers for a matchup with his former club. Herb Pennock,...