Bill Lee. Bill Lee was used almost exclusively as a relief pitcher during the first four years of his MLB career.
Pennant Flags. Before 1967, no official trophy was given to the World Series winner.
Philadelphia Phillies. Twelve-time All Star Mike Schmidt, hit 548 home runs during his Major League Baseball career.
Dave Henderson. Dave Henderson spent the bulk of his career with the Seattle Mariners and Oakland A's.
Dennis Eckersley. Pitcher Dennis Eckersley, a six-time All-Star, ended his 24-year MLB career with a record of 197-171 (48-41 as a reliever).
Mike Sweeney. 6' 3" Mike Sweeney, born in Orange County California on July 22, 1973, dedicates his time to various causes including Children's Mercy Hospital.
Chicago Cubs. The Chicago Cubs won back-to-back World Series in 1907 and 1908.
Rod Carew. Joe Torre took some heat over his 2005 comment about Robinson Cano, clarifying that he "reminded" him of Rod Carew.
Pepsi. Vladimir Guerrero was featured in Pepsi ads with Yankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez in 2005.
Doug Drabek. Doug Drabek was 23 years old when he broke into the big leagues, and has since played for the Yankees, the Pirates, the Astros, the White Sox, and the Orioles.
Texas Rangers. George W. Bush was once part-owner of the Texas Rangers.
Green Monster Games. Curt Schilling is a big fan of gaming especially the board game Advanced Squad Leader.
Andy Fox. Over his career, the Andy Fox played at least 10 games at every position on the diamond except catcher and pitcher.
Jason Giambi. Former Oakland player Jason Giambi batted .274 in his first 28 games as a New York Yankee.
Miami. The 2017 Major League Baseball All-Star Game was the 88th edition of the All Star Game, it was hosted by the Miami Marlins
Outfield. Although Don Mattingly was a fantastic defensive first baseman his career began in the outfield.
Four Consecutive Home Runs. In the 1977 World Series, Reggie Jackson had five homers including one in his last Game 5 at bat and three to begin Game 6.
80. In 1998, Alex Rodriguez made "People's" "50 Most Beautiful People" list.
Cooperstown, NY. The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum was created in 1935 to celebrate baseball's 100th anniversary.
Dennis Eckersley. Kirk Gibson hit a 2-out, 9th-inning home run off Oakland A Dennis Eckersley to give the Tigers a big win in Game 1 of the 1988 World Series.