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  1. January Moments

    January Moments

    Story | Conversation | November 04, 2005
  2. History of a dynasty

    Nick Acocella

    The New York Yankees are the most successful MLB franchise with 26 world championships and 38 pennants since 1921.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | September 25, 2003
  3. Jeter drives the Yankees

    Nick Acocella

    Derek Jeter is a five-time All-Star with four World Series Championship rings. SportsCentury: Derek Jeter airs Thursday at 4:30 pm ET.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | August 22, 2003
  4. ESPN Classic remembers Ted Williams

    ESPN Classic will pay a special 24-hour tribute to former Red Sox slugger and Hall of Famer Ted Williams on Wednesday-Thursday, July 10-11.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 08, 2002
  5. It Started With Radio

    Bob Valvano

    Bob Valvano sheds light on his older brother Jim, whose NCAA title team is part of Final Four lore.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | March 18, 2002
  6. Christmas with SportsCentury

    Celebrate the holiday season with 25 hours of SportsCentury beginning Monday at 8 p.m. ET.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | December 23, 2001
  7. Gehrig's awesome year worthy of AL MVP

    Larry Schwartz

    Lou Gehrig is named the American League's MVP. Babe Ruth, who hit 60 home runs, is ineligible because he's already won the award.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | October 08, 2001
  8. Williams, Stengel inducted into Hall of Fame

    Larry Schwartz

    Ted Williams and Casey Stengel are inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | July 20, 2001
  9. 'There goes the greatest hitter who ever lived'

    Mike Meserole

    Ted Williams, the last major leaguer to hit .400 for an entire season, died Friday at the age of 83.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | May 29, 2001
  10. A first for Babe: No. 1 of 714 career homers

    Larry Schwartz

    Red Sox southpaw Babe Ruth hits his first home run, a drive off the Yankees' Jack Warhop that lands in the second deck of the Polo Grounds. The Babe, though, will lose the game in the 13th inning.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | May 04, 2001
  11. Hall of Fame lineup for A's, Yankees

    Larry Schwartz

    It's an embarrassment of riches on Opening Day in Yankee Stadium as 15 future Hall of Famers, including Ty Cobb, Lefty Grove, Jimmy Foxx, Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig are on the two teams - the Athletics and the Yankees.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | April 10, 2001
  12. Yankees slugger Mickey Mantle, 37, retires

    Larry Schwartz

    Mickey Mantle, the 37-year-old slugger for the New York Yankees, announces his retirement.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | February 27, 2001
  13. Cause of death listed as pneumonia

    Hall of Famer Eddie Mathews, who teamed with Hank Aaron to give the Braves a fearsome home run punch and Milwaukee its only World Series championship, died Sunday. He was 69.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | February 18, 2001
  14. Reggie saved his best for October

    Nick Acocella

    Reggie Jackson, who hit 563 homers and earned the nickname "Mr. October," will be profiled on Thursday at 4 p.m. ET.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | October 19, 2000
  15. Classic New York

    On Saturday Sept. 23 and Sunday Sept. 24, ESPN Classic celebrates the glorious history of the New York sports scene with two days of programs highlighting some of the Big Apple's best moments.

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | September 20, 2000
  16. March Moments

    March 1 Baseball: 1969: The Mick calls it quits. Mickey Mantle, the 37-year-old slugger for the New York Yankees, announces his retirement with a total lack of emotion. He has neither a lump in his throat nor a tear in his eye at his press conferen...

    SpecialFeature | Conversation | September 05, 2000