The New York Week That Was (9/11/09)

Posted: 11th September 2009 by gozer in MLB
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Derek Jeter started feeling the pressure to overtake Lou Gehrig as the Yankees’ all-time hits leader, but he came through as always (well, was he really never going to get a hit again?). Tonight he’ll attempt to pass the Hall-of-Fame first baseman and stand alone at the top of the heap. Here’s a list of other lesser-known Yankee records that will most likely never be broken: Highest number of floozies and alcoholic beverages consumed in one night: 29, Babe Ruth (it’s unclear how many were drinks and how many were floozies). Most times teammates swapped wives: once, Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich Most hits by a Yankee backup catcher in 1966: 47, Jake Gibbs (this is one record that will never be broken) Most times a player sat in a cake while pantless ...

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