The 10 Most Unsung Heroes in Yankees History

Posted: 30th March 2010 by Dan Hanzus in MLB
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Finding unsung heroes in the Yankees' landscape is difficult business. If you do something noteworthy in New York, chances are you'll be remembered for it. Just ask Aaron Boone, who will be signing photographs of aging knuckleballers for the rest of his life. This isn't a bad thing, mind you. Boone deserves his fame, just like Stéphane Matteau, Jim Leyritz, and Mookie Wilson deserve theirs. Combine a knowledgeable fanbase and a competitive media contingent and you get a hyper-aware sports town. Simply put: We don't forget. (John Starks can tell you this goes both ways.) Of course, not everyone gets his due. The Yankees have been in existence for more than 100 years, and there will always be players who never got their proper due. We can't all have a movies about our life starr ...

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