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YANKEES WIN THE PENNANT-Chris Chambliss 1976 – ALCS Gm. 5 Walk-Off –
Pinstripe Alley Top 100 Yankees: #86 Chris Chambliss
Yankee first baseman Chris Chambliss -YANKEES WIN THE PENNANT-Chris Chambliss 1976 – ALCS Gm. 5 Walk-Off –
Although Chambliss is remember by most Yankee fans for one incredible home run, he was a vital part of the Yankees’ turnaround in the ‘70s from also-rans to regular World Series contenders.
LEWS REVENGE-SPORTS ILLUSTRATED COVER
Lew Alcindor played for the UCLA Bruins from 1966 to 1969 under coach John Wooden. The team had a record of 88 wins and only two losses, played on three NCAA Basketball champion teams (1967, 1968, 1969).Lets remember Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was born in New York City in 1947.
NEW YORK JETS 1968-OFFICIAL YEARBOOK !
1968 New York Jets Statistics
Record: 11-3-0, 1st East Division
Coach: Weeb Ewbank (11-3-0)
Points For: 419 (29.9/g) 2nd of 10
Points Against: 280 (20.0/g) 4th of 10
Expected W-L: 10.1-3.9
SRS: 7.88 (6th of 10), SOS: -2.05
Won Championship 27-23 vs. Oakland Raiders
Won Super Bowl 16-7 vs. Baltimore Colts!!!
Other Notable Asst.: Buddy Ryan (Defensive Line)
ISLANDERS SWEEP TO FOURTH STANLEY CUP IN ROW-1983
Islanders win fourth consecutive Stanley Cup – May 17, 1983 ..
On May 17, 1983, the New York Islanders win their fourth consecutive Stanley Cup, sweeping the Edmonton Oilers four games to none with a 4-2 win at home on New York’s Long Island.
GIANT YEARBOOK-1990 TRUE BLUE
THE 1990 SUPERBOWL CHAMPION GIANTS!
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Willie Mays’ over-the-shoulder catch in 1954 World Series —
DATE / Sep 29, 1954
LOCATION / Polo Grounds | New York, NY
Cleveland’s Vic Wertz hit a 425-foot shot to center field, and Willie Mays sprinted towards the wall to track it down. Mays caught it over his shoulder, turned and gunned it back towards the infield, saving the runs.