New York Yankees: Inside the Number 27

Posted: 4th November 2009 by Andrew Mease in MLB
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First off, let me congratulate the Yankees on winning their 27th World Championship by defeating the Philadelphia Phillies 7-3 in Game Six at the new Yankee Stadium. The point of this article is to go in depth into the number 27, and even using the two and the seven in a math equation to bring up a significance. I hope you enjoy. 27 = The number of world championships for the New York Yankees after defeating the Philadelphia Phillies to win the World Series in Six games. 27 = Babe RuthÆs number multiplied by Roger MarisÆ, three and nine. It is also the number formed when combining Derek Jeter and Mickey MantleÆs number, two and seven. 27 = the number of doubles for Derek Jeter in 2009 and the amount of doubles Jeter now has in his postseason career after his double in the clincher. 7+2 ...

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