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Just like when Babe Ruth opened Yankee Stadium 85 years ago with a homerun, the Yankees provided their fans with a lifetime of memories last Sunday in the “House That Ruth Built”.

Living legends, recently retired players and family members of those deceased gave the Yankee faithful and fans of baseball something that they will never forget.

The Yankees were gritty, energetic, and simply determined to do everything in their power to win this game.

The mystique and aura that has led this storied franchise to 26 world championships was in the air.  And from the start of the game, you just knew that the Yankees were going to win. 

The Yankees played with a sense of urgency and focus that has been missing for years.  An edge that has been the signature motto of this organization.  One which they hope helps them christen the new stadium in the only way the Yankees know; with a world championship.

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  1. 1 On September 28th, 2008, bernie hornick said:

    how can i get a list fo final statistics for yankee stadium, such as last hit, last home run, last run scored, what opposing pitcher has the most wins at stadium, what yankee pitcher has most wins at yankee stadium, what pitcher started first game at the stadium, etc.

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