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On this edition of MRN 360 we'll hear from Terry Labonte and Jerry Cook on being inducted to the NASCAR Hall of Fame, we'll hear from Dale Earnhardt Jr. about training NFL pro linebacker, Thomas Davis on driving the pace car and much more!
The 1989 All-Star race The Winston from Charlotte Motor Speedway.
winner-take-all games with the Red Sox, identifies a Game 6 -- the American League Championship showdown at Yankee Stadium in 2004 -- as one which offered the most uneasiness. "For some reason I was too excited," the designated hitter
just before Friday night's National Anthem -- Koji Uehara would not be available to close out any Sox' win at Yankee Stadium that evening. He had shoulder stiffness. For the general public, it was news that wasn't uncovered until the
20 last season and come May nobody seemed to mind. Then there was Bradley Jr., who made headlines by starting at Yankee Stadium on Opening day. Eighteen days later, he was in Triple-A. Red Sox reliever Craig Breslow has timed out his
hard."Â Last spring at this time, Bradley was the star of the show, winning a spot on the Opening Day roster at Yankee Stadium . Everyone and their brother said Bradley had done more than enough to prove he belonged in the bigs at 22. After
the one brief interaction that Bogaerts had with Jeter focused on Butterfield. After Bogaerts mashed a double in Yankee Stadium in September, he enjoyed a brief exchange with his counterpart at second base. "I told him he was my favorite player
AROUND THE WEB: Your browser does not support iframes. — Alex Rodriguez received a standing ovation from the Yankee Stadium crowd after hitting home run No. 661 in the third inning of Thursday’s 4-3 victory over the Orioles, moving past Willie Mays
2-1, 3.22 ERA) pitched well in his last two starts, but he said he had pain in the side of his wrist Tuesday at Yankee Stadium despite throwing a strong bullpen session. “I woke up the next morning and I felt it a little bit in the wrist area, but
Rodriguez said: “I don’t have a marketing degree. I’m just focusing on playing baseball.” Fans at Yankee Stadium continued to be supportive of Rodriguez, who had a double in Sunday’s game, helping the Yankees rally for a 6-4 victory
DAY: “[ Clay Buchholz ] on Sunday really set off some red flags with some evaluators in the building Sunday at Yankee Stadium and then people with other teams. They thought he quit. They thought his reaction during the course of the game
other hand, [Clay Buchholz] on Sunday really set off some red flags with some evaluators in the building Sunday at Yankee Stadium and then people with other teams. They thought he quit. They thought his reaction during the course of the game, essentially