It was long enough because the Yankees won a World Series in which three members of this team returned to Sunday's Old Timer Day.
They would like to see another title before coming back again next year
"Yankees must win again," said Johnny Damon, who was the 2009 team on Sunday, along with the first timers Mariano Rivera and Jerry Fryston junior. "That's what we're fighting for."
Participation in the 73rd Old Timer Day was optimistic about Yankee's chances this year. While the 9-4 loss on Sunday from Astros became a winner of a series of eight games, the Yankees were still heading the Ala. East, though they were devastated by injuries. Stanton, the former Bombers believe they have big things in front of them.
"They are loaded here, they really are," said former outsider and manager Lou Piniella, who played the teams that won their backs to the world. Series in 1
David Wells also mentioned that the Yankee's performance was in sync with Yanke's strong attackers as critical to the post-season. runs, but says he believes the Yankees are capable of doing what they have helped to do in 1998. "These guys can do it," Wells said. "They got makeup for him."
As the Yankees extended their series to a record 26 consecutive home games, their power was full. And this stretch has come without any long balls from the judge or Stanton who have returned from injuries last week.
"Unbelievable," said Jason Djambi for the composition. "Yankees always put an incredible product in the field. They always do it. They always do such a great job to make small children mix up with older players to some sort of mentor to these younger players. This team is always the team to win. While they can remain healthy and stay on the pitch, they will put a lot of runs on the board.