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Torre's cancer fight only strengthened his resolve
Fifteen years ago, Joe Torre was coming off his second World Series title as manager of the Yankees, but a diagnosis that spring left him wondering if he'd be physically able to guide them to a third.
Yanks Go Yard
Joe Torre Was Great, But Be Real
We remember Joe Torre as a Yankee legend; the man who turned around a franchise in need of a World Series win after suffering an 18-year drought.
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Bondy: These Yankees far from special group Joe Torre got to manage
The Yankees came out on the field to face the terrible White Sox, in a home stand that already had gone worse than hoped or expected.
New York Daily News
A 'forever grateful' Joe Torre honored at Yankee Stadium
Joe Torre was immortalized in Yankees lore on Saturday, getting his number retired in addition to getting a plaque in Monument Park.
Climbing Tal's Hill
Is Derek Jeter really that much better than Craig Biggio?
There's something I need to get off my chest before the Houston Astros take on the New York Yankees this week in a three-game series at Yankee Stadium.
Hartnett: Make No Mistake, The Yankees' Once-Mighty Empire Is Crumbling
With 44 games remaining, this team does not possess the fear-inducing aura of Bronx Bombers teams of recent vintage.
Yanks honor O'Neill with Monument Park plaque
In the infield ceremony hosted by the voices of the Yankees, Michael Kay and John Sterling, on a sunny Saturday, O'Neill was surrounded by former teammates Mariano Rivera , David Cone , Tino Martinez , Jorge Posada , Hall of Fame manager Joe Torre, former general manager Gene "Stick" Michael and former trainer Gene Monahan, as well as his family.
Hartnett: 'Warrior' Paul O'Neill Injected Pride Back Into The Yankees
Back in the early 1990s, the Yankees were not deserving of their famous pinstripes or their Bronx Bombers nickname.
MLB: The last superpower
THE SUPERPOWERS ARE GONE. The Yankees are just another team. The Red Sox, winners of the World Series last year, losers of 93 games the year before, are in last place now, iconic in name but pedestrian in stature.
Cancer patient shops with Yankees legend
A cancer patient from Albany Medical Center went on a special shopping spree Friday with a former New York Yankee.
Keidel: Of Recent Yankees Stars, Who Actually Misses Jorge Posada? I Do
Who was yours? Was it Paul O'Neill, who gave the Yanks the blue-collar grit that came to define the dynasty? Was it Tino Martinez? He had the impossible chore of replacing Donnie Baseball, whose ghost straddled Martinez's back until he hit that grand slam in Game 1 of the '98 World Series.