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A moving ceremony
April 15, 2010 - Pam Rodgers
It is no secret that I am a Yankees fan. I’m not a die hard, obsessive fan but I enjoy watching them play baseball. I attend a live game every year with my family, and it’s a lot of fun. On Tuesday, the Yankees had their home-opener. The opening ceremonies had the added bonus of handing out their World Series Championship rings. It was great to hear the long list of players who helped New York win its 27th World Series title last year. A highlight was to see Jerry Hairston Jr., who now plays for San Diego. He thought the ring ceremony was important enough to catch a red eye flight to New York so he could be in Yankee Stadium to get his ring. A true tribute for the meaning behind winning a world series win.
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