You could see it in their faces, you could read it on their lips, you could hear it in their roars. This may have been a nostalgic taste of history for many donning Yankees caps and jackets across New York, a remembrance of what was thought to be routine only a decade ago. But for the men donning the pinstripes, this was fresh. This was extraordinary. This was the first mark of the new generation. Robinson Cano scooped up Shane VictorinoÆs soft dribbler late Wednesday night, turned and fired it to Mark Teixeira at first, and then sprinted. He sprinted to the center of the diamond where the rest of his teammates convened for their celebration. He sprinted to the stage where a few of his teammates have already been. He was part of the new crowd painting old memories. As the Yankees sealed t ...
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