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Police Had To Break Up This Bloody Fight Between Fans At A Rams Vs. Chiefs Preseason Game - Training camp fights aren't just limited to players, as these fans showed that people who watch football go as hard as those who play it.7 months ago
Red Sox vs. Mariners lineups: Andrew Benintendi waits for tomorrow - Andrew Benintendi is in Seattle, but out of the lineup Tuesday night. Andrew Benintendi's debut will wait one more day as Bryce Brentz starts in left fi...7 months ago
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Monday, September 22, 2008 | By: Dusty Taylor
20 former Yanks showed up for tonights final game...only the Yanks could have that type of historical context.
They opened the stadium seven hours early, so fans could walk the field.
Roger Clemens was never mentioned.
They even dug up Julia Ruth Stevens, the daughter of the Babe, to toss out the last ceremonial pitch. She is 92.
In its final season, the Yankees set a record for attendance, 4,298,543. The Yanks will never break that record as the new stadium is smaller than the House that Ruth built.
Saturday, September 20, 2008 | By: Dusty Taylor
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