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Dick Druckman has captured some of the finest moments at Yankee Stadium, from Andy Pettitte’s opening pitch in the last game at “The House that Ruth Built”, to Derek Jeter’s 3,000th-career hit as a member of the Bronx Bombers.

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  • The Great MARIANO RIVERA pitches again in the 73rd Annual Old-Timers Day. In addition to hitting an inside the park home run and making a catch in center field, he closed out the fourth-inning exhibition by retiring Luis Soho via a ground out.

    Take a look at these four selected images from today’s Houston Astro’s vs New York Yankees game from Yankee Stadium, won by the Astros 9-4.

    The Yankees held their 73rd Annual Old-Timers Day celebration and the “great” Mariano Rivera stole the show, hitting an inside the park home run, catching a fly ball in center field, and closing out the fourth inning exhibition by retiring Luis Sojo. There is also a nice shot of Mariano pitching again at Yankee Stadium.

    The pitching star of the real game was Justin Verlander(10-3), who became the third 10-game winner in the AL, allowing 3 runs and 4 hits over 7 Innings, striking out 9 and walking only 2.  I captured a very nice image of Verlander throwing a strike to DJ LeMahieu.

    Two of the hitting stars for the Astros were first baseman Tyler White, who hit his first grand slam home run in the fourth inning, and designated hitter

    Yordan Alvarez, who hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning, tying a big league record with his 7th home run in 12 games to begin his career. I got two very good shots of White and Alvarez.

    Despite their loss today, the Yankees look like a potential World Series Champion again

  • Houston Astros Ace, JUSTIN VERLANDER, throws a strike to New York Yankees leadoff batter D.J. LeMahieu in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. Verlander(10-3) became the third 10 game winner in the AL, allowing three runs and four hits over 7 linnings, striking out 9 and walking 2, leading to a 9-4 victory.

    Take a look at these four selected images from today’s Houston Astro’s vs New York Yankees game from Yankee Stadium, won by the Astros 9-4.

    The Yankees held their 73rd Annual Old-Timers Day celebration and the “great” Mariano Rivera stole the show, hitting an inside the park home run, catching a fly ball in center field, and closing out the fourth inning exhibition by retiring Luis Sojo. There is also a nice shot of Mariano pitching again at Yankee Stadium.

    The pitching star of the real game was Justin Verlander(10-3), who became the third 10-game winner in the AL, allowing 3 runs and 4 hits over 7 Innings, striking out 9 and walking only 2.  I captured a very nice image of Verlander throwing a strike to DJ LeMahieu.

    Two of the hitting stars for the Astros were first baseman Tyler White, who hit his first grand slam home run in the fourth inning, and designated hitter

    Yordan Alvarez, who hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning, tying a big league record with his 7th home run in 12 games to begin his career. I got two very good shots of White and Alvarez.

    Despite their loss today, the Yankees look like a potential World Series Champion again

  • Houston Astros first baseman, TYLER WHITE, celebrates hitting his first grand slam home run in the fourth inning off of New York Yankees starting pitcher J. A. Happ giving the Astros a 6-0 lead. The Astros went on to defeat the Yankees 0-4.

    Take a look at these four selected images from today’s Houston Astro’s vs New York Yankees game from Yankee Stadium, won by the Astros 9-4.

    The Yankees held their 73rd Annual Old-Timers Day celebration and the “great” Mariano Rivera stole the show, hitting an inside the park home run, catching a fly ball in center field, and closing out the fourth inning exhibition by retiring Luis Sojo. There is also a nice shot of Mariano pitching again at Yankee Stadium.

    The pitching star of the real game was Justin Verlander(10-3), who became the third 10-game winner in the AL, allowing 3 runs and 4 hits over 7 Innings, striking out 9 and walking only 2.  I captured a very nice image of Verlander throwing a strike to DJ LeMahieu.

    Two of the hitting stars for the Astros were first baseman Tyler White, who hit his first grand slam home run in the fourth inning, and designated hitter

    Yordan Alvarez, who hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning, tying a big league record with his 7th home run in 12 games to begin his career. I got two very good shots of White and Alvarez.

    Despite their loss today, the Yankees look like a potential World Series Champion again

  • Houston Astros Designated hitter YORDAN ALVAREZ hits a two-run home run off of New York reliever Luis Cessa in the fifth inning. The Astros went on to win 9-4.

    Take a look at these four selected images from today’s Houston Astro’s vs New York Yankees game from Yankee Stadium, won by the Astros 9-4.

    The Yankees held their 73rd Annual Old-Timers Day celebration and the “great” Mariano Rivera stole the show, hitting an inside the park home run, catching a fly ball in center field, and closing out the fourth inning exhibition by retiring Luis Sojo. I sent you a nice shot of Mariano pitching again at Yankee Stadium.

    The pitching star of the real game was Justin Verlander(10-3), who became the third 10-game winner in the AL, allowing 3 runs and 4 hits over 7

    Innings, striking out 9 and walking only 2.  I sent you a very nice image of Verlander throwing a strike to DJ LeMahieu.

    Two of the hitting stars for the Astros were first baseman Tyler White, who hit his first grand slam home run in the fourth inning, and designated hitter

    Yordan Alvarez, who hit a two-run home run in the fifth inning, tying a big league record with his 7th home run in 12 games to begin his career. I sent you two very good shots of White and Alvarez.

    Despite their loss today, the Yankees look like a potential World Series Champion again

  • Former New York Yankee manager, Joe Torre, returns to Yankee Stadium to honor Prostate Cancer month prior to the Boston Red Sox/New York Yankee game. The Yankees went on to win 5-3.

    6 selected images  from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game, won by the Yankees 5-3. The Yankees have now won 15 of their last 18 games and clinched their ninth straight series victory, a feat that the Yankees have not accomplished since 1998.  The Red Sox, on the other hand, have lost 6 out their last 8 games, and have fallen 9 ½ games behind the division leading Yankees. This may be the Yankees’ year.

    Joe Torre was honored prior to the game as part of  the pregame festivities recognizing Prostate Cancer month.

    Gary Sanchez hit his game tie-breaking 18th home run putting the Yankees ahead for good and Aroldis Chapman preserved the victory, his 17th save in 18 tries.

    ON the Red Sox side of the ledger, Xander Bogaerts went 3 for 3, with a game tying two-run home run in the top of the fourth inning.

  • Boston Red Sox starting pitcher, RICK PORCELLO, exits the game after allowing a tie-breaking two-run home run to GARY SANCHEZ in the fifth inning. PORCELLO(4 -5) left the game after allowing 5 runs in 4 2/3 inning. This was PORCELLO’S first time facing the Yankees since his series clinching victory at Yankee Stadium in game 4 of last year’s AL Division series.

    6 selected images  from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game, won by the Yankees 5-3. The Yankees have now won 15 of their last 18 games and clinched their ninth straight series victory, a feat that the Yankees have not accomplished since 1998.  The Red Sox, on the other hand, have lost 6 out their last 8 games, and have fallen 9 ½ games behind the division leading Yankees. This may be the Yankees’ year.

    Joe Torre was honored prior to the game as part of  the pregame festivities recognizing Prostate Cancer month.

    Gary Sanchez hit his game tie-breaking 18th home run putting the Yankees ahead for good and Aroldis Chapman preserved the victory, his 17th save in 18 tries.

    ON the Red Sox side of the ledger, Xander Bogaerts went 3 for 3, with a game tying two-run home run in the top of the fourth inning.

  • New York Yankees catcher, GARY SANCHEZ, rounds third base after hitting a tie-breaking home run against Boston Red Sox starting pitcher, RICK PORCELLO, giving the Yankees a 5-3 lead. This was Sanchez’s 18th home run, matching last year’s total for the full year. The Yankees went on to win 5-3.

    6 selected images  from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game, won by the Yankees 5-3. The Yankees have now won 15 of their last 18 games and clinched their ninth straight series victory, a feat that the Yankees have not accomplished since 1998.  The Red Sox, on the other hand, have lost 6 out their last 8 games, and have fallen 9 ½ games behind the division leading Yankees. This may be the Yankees’ year.

    Joe Torre was honored prior to the game as part of  the pregame festivities recognizing Prostate Cancer month.

    Gary Sanchez hit his game tie-breaking 18th home run putting the Yankees ahead for good and Aroldis Chapman preserved the victory, his 17th save in 18 tries.

    ON the Red Sox side of the ledger, Xander Bogaerts went 3 for 3, with a game tying two-run home run in the top of the fourth inning.

  • New York Yankees starting pitcher, DOMINGO GERMAN throws a strike to Mookie Betts in the first inning at Yankee Stadium. GERMAN pitched only 3 2/3 innings, allowing 6 hits and 3 runs, striking out 8 and walking 2. With strong relief pitching, the Yankees went on to defeat the Red Sox 5-3.

    6 selected images  from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game, won by the Yankees 5-3. The Yankees have now won 15 of their last 18 games and clinched their ninth straight series victory, a feat that the Yankees have not accomplished since 1998.  The Red Sox, on the other hand, have lost 6 out their last 8 games, and have fallen 9 ½ games behind the division leading Yankees. This may be the Yankees’ year.

    Joe Torre was honored prior to the game as part of  the pregame festivities recognizing Prostate Cancer month.

    Gary Sanchez hit his game tie-breaking 18th home run putting the Yankees ahead for good and Aroldis Chapman preserved the victory, his 17th save in 18 tries.

    ON the Red Sox side of the ledger, Xander Bogaerts went 3 for 3, with a game tying two-run home run in the top of the fourth inning.

  • New York Yankees closer, AROLDIS CHAPMAN, throws a strike to Boston Red Sox third baseman, RAFAEL DEVERS in the ninth inning. With 2 outs, CHAPMAN got Devers to hit a weak ground ball to first base for the final out in the game. CHAPMAN earned his 17th save in 18 tries, preserving a 5-3 victory for the Yankees.

    6 selected images  from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game, won by the Yankees 5-3. The Yankees have now won 15 of their last 18 games and clinched their ninth straight series victory, a feat that the Yankees have not accomplished since 1998.  The Red Sox, on the other hand, have lost 6 out their last 8 games, and have fallen 9 ½ games behind the division leading Yankees. This may be the Yankees’ year.

    Joe Torre was honored prior to the game as part of  the pregame festivities recognizing Prostate Cancer month.

    Gary Sanchez hit his game tie-breaking 18th home run putting the Yankees ahead for good and Aroldis Chapman preserved the victory, his 17th save in 18 tries.

    ON the Red Sox side of the ledger, Xander Bogaerts went 3 for 3, with a game tying two-run home run in the top of the fourth inning.

  • Boston Red Sox shortstop, XANDER BOGAERTS, celebrates hitting a two-run home run in the top of the 4th inning against New York Yankees starting pitcher, DOMINGO GERMAN, tying the game 3-3. Despite his efforts(BOGAERTS WENT 3 FOR 3), the Yankees defeated the Red Sox 5-3. The Red Sox have now lost 6 out of their last 8 games and have fallen 9 1/2 games behind the division leading Yankees.

    6 selected images  from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game, won by the Yankees 5-3. The Yankees have now won 15 of their last 18 games and clinched their ninth straight series victory, a feat that the Yankees have not accomplished since 1998.  The Red Sox, on the other hand, have lost 6 out their last 8 games, and have fallen 9 ½ games behind the division leading Yankees. This may be the Yankees’ year.

    Joe Torre was honored prior to the game as part of  the pregame festivities recognizing Prostate Cancer month.

    Gary Sanchez hit his game tie-breaking 18th home run putting the Yankees ahead for good and Aroldis Chapman preserved the victory, his 17th save in 18 tries.

    ON the Red Sox side of the ledger, Xander Bogaerts went 3 for 3, with a game tying two-run home run in the top of the fourth inning.

  • Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher, VINCE VELASQUEZ, strikes out New York Mets outfielder, MICHAEL CONFORTO, in the first inning. VELASQUEZ pitched 5 innings allowing only 3 hits, no runs, striking out 6, leading the Phillies to a 6-0 victory.

    Check out these 5 selected  images from tonight’s Phillies/Mets game from Citi-FIELD, won by the Phillies 6-0. Phillies starting pitcher, VINCE VASQUEZ, pitched a very strong game, allowing only 3 hits and NO RUNS over 5 innings, while striking out 6.

    The Phillies took control of the game in the eighth inning, scoring 3 runs on big hits by RHYS HOSKINS and ROMAN QUINN. Mets starting pitcher, JASON VARGAS, pitched well for 4 2/3rd innings, allowing only 1 run on 3 hits and striking out 4.

    The Mets and the Phillies are now tied for first place in their division with Atlanta and  Washington close behind. 2019 promises to be a very tight race for the National League East Division.

  • Philadelphia Phillies outfielder, ROMAN QUINN, lays down a perfect RBI bunt single in the eighth inning against the New York Mets. The Phillies went on to defeat the New York Mets 6-0.

    Check out these 5 selected  images from tonight’s Phillies/Mets game from Citi-FIELD, won by the Phillies 6-0. Phillies starting pitcher, VINCE VASQUEZ, pitched a very strong game, allowing only 3 hits and NO RUNS over 5 innings, while striking out 6.

    The Phillies took control of the game in the eighth inning, scoring 3 runs on big hits by RHYS HOSKINS and ROMAN QUINN. Mets starting pitcher, JASON VARGAS, pitched well for 4 2/3rd innings, allowing only 1 run on 3 hits and striking out 4.

    The Mets and the Phillies are now tied for first place in their division with Atlanta and  Washington close behind. 2019 promises to be a very tight race for the National League East Division.

  • Philadelpia Phillies first baseman, RHYS HOSKINS, triples to lead off the eighth inning against the New York Mets. The Phillies went on to defeat the New York Mets 6-0.

    Check out these 5 selected  images from tonight’s Phillies/Mets game from Citi-FIELD, won by the Phillies 6-0. Phillies starting pitcher, VINCE VASQUEZ, pitched a very strong game, allowing only 3 hits and NO RUNS over 5 innings, while striking out 6.

    The Phillies took control of the game in the eighth inning, scoring 3 runs on big hits by RHYS HOSKINS and ROMAN QUINN. Mets starting pitcher, JASON VARGAS, pitched well for 4 2/3rd innings, allowing only 1 run on 3 hits and striking out 4.

    The Mets and the Phillies are now tied for first place in their division with Atlanta and  Washington close behind. 2019 promises to be a very tight race for the National League East Division.

  • Philadelphia Phillies catcher, JT REALMUTO, hits and RBI double in the first inning off of New York Mets starting pitcher, JASON VARGAS, giiving the Phillies an early 1-0 lead. The Phillies went on to defeat the New York Mets 6-0.

    Check out these 5 selected  images from tonight’s Phillies/Mets game from Citi-FIELD, won by the Phillies 6-0. Phillies starting pitcher, VINCE VASQUEZ, pitched a very strong game, allowing only 3 hits and NO RUNS over 5 innings, while striking out 6.

    The Phillies took control of the game in the eighth inning, scoring 3 runs on big hits by RHYS HOSKINS and ROMAN QUINN. Mets starting pitcher, JASON VARGAS, pitched well for 4 2/3rd innings, allowing only 1 run on 3 hits and striking out 4.

    The Mets and the Phillies are now tied for first place in their division with Atlanta and  Washington close behind. 2019 promises to be a very tight race for the National League East Division.

  • I am sending you 5 selected  images from tonight’s Phillies/Mets game from Citi-FIELD, won by the Phillies 6-0.

    Check out these 5 selected  images from tonight’s Phillies/Mets game from Citi-FIELD, won by the Phillies 6-0. Phillies starting pitcher, VINCE VASQUEZ, pitched a very strong game, allowing only 3 hits and NO RUNS over 5 innings, while striking out 6.

    The Phillies took control of the game in the eighth inning, scoring 3 runs on big hits by RHYS HOSKINS and ROMAN QUINN. Mets starting pitcher, JASON VARGAS, pitched well for 4 2/3rd innings, allowing only 1 run on 3 hits and striking out 4.

    The Mets and the Phillies are now tied for first place in their division with Atlanta and  Washington close behind. 2019 promises to be a very tight race for the National League East Division.

     

  • New York Yankees designated hitter, CLINT FRAZIER, hits a home run off of Boston Red Sox starter, Chris Sale, in the fourth inning. The Yankees went on to win 8-0.

    Check out these 6 selected images from tonight’s Boston Red Sox vs. New York Yankees game from Yankee Stadium, won by the Yankees 8-0.

    New York Yankees starting pitcher, JAMES PAXTON, recorded the strongest Yankee pitching performance of the year. PAXTON pitched 8 complete innings, allowing no runs, 2 hits, striking out 12, with only one walk.

    Boston Red Sox woes continue. CHRIS SALE, Red Sox Ace, had another very poor performance, allowing 4 runs, 7 hits, while striking out 6 over 5 innings. SALE is now 0-4, his worst start in his pitching career.

    New York Yankees hitting stars were CLINT FRAZIER, LUKE VOIT, AND LF TAUCHMAN. Red Sox bats were silent with only 3 hits and no runs.

    The Red Sox are now 6-12, one of the worst starts in franchise history.

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