Carl Michael Yastrzemski (nicknamed Yaz ; born August 22, 1939) is a former American Major League Baseball left fielder and first baseman.
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9-19-1977, Red Sox beat the Yankees 6-3. Carlton Fisk homered and tripled. Carl Yastrzemski also had 2 hits and a h…
When I was 12 years old I went to Fenway Park for the first time and met Carl Yastrzemski in the Red Sox locker ro
The Red Sox tied the score on Carl Yastrzemski's solo home run with one out in the ninth inning off of Fred Lasher
Zim just knocked a three run jimmy to right center. Drafted in 05, still a local hero. A Carl Yastrzemski for third base.
Great insights into the qualities of Yaz forged in the fields of Long Island's East End.
On this day, 34 years ago, Carl Yastrzemski broke Hank Aaron's major league record for games playe…
There should be a Carl Yastrzemski Award for player/coach who does a great job of replacing a legend. Didi Gregorious…
In 1983, I was a New Englander at school at the Univ of Alabama, and flew to Boston in Octo…
tom repeatedly bringing up Carl Yastrzemski paid off. He was a trivia Q answer that I only knew due to tom.
A sweet appreciation of Yaz, from the East Hampton Star:
Better: The Crimson Hose should instead rename it after Baseball Hall of Famer and Red Sock icon Carl Yastrzemski.
Andrew Benintendi's become the 13th rookie in history to get at least 80 RBI in a season- ties Carl Yastrzemski (1961) for 12th most
On this day in '79, Suffolk HOFer Carl Yastrzemski was honored in Boston at Faneuil Hall after 3000th hit!
On this day in baseball. Carl Yastrzemski got his 3,000th hit - a ground single off Jim Beattie.
OTD 1979, Hall-of-Famer Carl Yastrzemski became the first American League player to record 3,000 career hit…
On this day in 1979, Boston Red Sox Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski singled against the Yankees for his 3,000th hit.…
On September 12, 1979, Carl Yastrzemski got his 3000th hit, a single off Yankees pitcher Jim Beattie at Fenway Park.
OTD 1979 the great Carl Yastrzemski records his 3000th hit, on his way to a total of 3419.
On this date in 1979, Carl Yastrzemski had his long-awaited 3,000th career hit at Fenway Park against the Yankees:. http…
on this day in 1979, Carl Yastrzemski became the 15th player to reach 3,000 hits!
Today in 1979, Carl Yastrzemski gets his 3,000th career hit. The perfect occasion to roll a doobie and pull out your tr…
1979: great Carl Yastrzemski records his 3,000th career hit, becoming only the 15th player in his…
in 1979, the Carl Yastrzemski records his 3,000th career hit.
1/ Only in last 100 years with 500+ hits before turning 25 are Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, Bobby Doerr, Tony Conigliaro,…
Ted Williams & Carl Yastrzemski in Pawtucket, not so long ago. That was a helluva day for a redhead who loves baseb…
On this date in 1961, Carl Yastrzemski collected his first of 3318 career hits. Here he robs Johnny Bench of a HR in the…
2 Hall of Famers debuted today. Carl Yastrzemski (1961 Rod Carew (1967 via
Could be worse...I always wound up with no Willie Mays, no Carl Yastrzemski, no Bob Gibson, and hal…
Jeff Bagwell lobbying for Carl Yastrzemski to attend his Hall of Fame induction
And if I have my choice between a pennant and a Triple Crown, I'...
I think about baseball when I wake up in the morning. I think a...
I was a lousy hitter in May doing the same things that made me ...
Keep your effin hands off Tom Baker & Carl Yastrzemski, 2016.
Correction, listed Fred Lynn, actually Carl Yastrzemski. My bad, and thanks for catching the error
Apparently it is High End YAZ Hour as here is a Yastrzemski Rookie bringing Four Figures
And how about another YAZ 1/1 Autograph off tonight. This one is a 4x Relic
Carl Yastrzemski is this week's Legend Signature! Chase this card while you can!
Carl Yastrzemski：I loved the game. I loved the competition. But I never had any fun. I never enjoyed it. All hard work all the time.
1967 Topps Carl Yastrzemski...for some odd reason, I've never picked up the Triple Crown year card yet.
1947 - A very young Carl Yastrzemski serves as bat boy for the Southampton White Eagles
read me the song about Bobby Evans. Carl Yastrzemski doesn't speak English. does not hold alum
how about a Carl Yastrzemski signed ball?
.Would love to give my 1-yr-old nephew his 1st Mookie Betts jersey & my dad anything Carl Yastrzemski. Thanks!
My brother would love to have a Carl Yastrzemski jersey large for his birthday, the legend and his favorite player
My dad deserves a Carl Yastrzemski shirt L for hooking me into the as a kid. Been a die hard fan thanks to him!
I would love to get a Carl Yastrzemski autographed bat. Recently found out the one I have is a fake! :(
already have Lenny's kid. Could Carl's kid be the new CF. Mike Yastrzemski unprotected in the Rule 5 draft.
Carl Yastrzemski is only 77, just saying.
Just a couple of Hall of Fame Triple Crown winners talkin baseball. legends Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzems…
I was lucky enough to have the talent to play baseball. That's *** ..
At first I was thinking Big Papi, but that seemed too easy. I'm thinking it's Carl Yastrzemski maybe? Am I close?
2 Key Figures in 1967 Cardinals-RedSox WS,Orlando Cepeda and Carl Yastrzemski before 1st game at Fenway Park.…
AL MVP's named on this day in history: Ted Williams (1946), Roger Maris (1961), Carl Yastrzemski (1967)
Only two people had a more productive 1967 than Marvin & Tammi. Sidney Poitier & Carl Yastrzemski:
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Carl Yastrzemski, my baseball hero, is signing autographs on 11/19/2016. For details click on via
so then is Carl Yastrzemski the Red Sox Danny Blanchflower?
The three-thousand hitting thing was the first time I let individua...
A2O Sports Trivia . Question. Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski ended up with 452 home runs in his…
Carl Yastrzemski for me. But I also saw Hank Aaron, Al Kaline and Pete Rose play when I was at the ball park.
not better than Ted Williams or Carl Yastrzemski
lol at 'any other thinking person' comment! Let's go with Caz in honor of Carl Yastrzemski. 😝
From Goose Goslin to Carl Yastrzemski, baseball's Hall of Fame boasts plenty of farmers. latest:.
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Daniel Murphys swing looks a lot like Carl Yastrzemski
THANK YOU. I have yet to find any racism in my DNA. My childhood heroes were Ali and MLK and Carl Yastrzemski !!
You don't always make an out. Sometimes the pitcher gets you out.
That farewell ovation for Big Papi last night was the best one I've seen since the one they had for Carl Yastrzemski.
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I've probably seen The Shining a dozen times, but I just noticed that Shelly Duvall's bat is a Carl Yastrzemski model.…
Teddy Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, and you could even say Pedro
Nope. He's not even as good as Carl Yastrzemski or Tris Speaker. He's a great DH though.
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David Ortiz: 36th go-ahead HR in 7th or later in uniform, tying Carl Yastrzemski for 2nd-most. Ted Williams had…
David Ortiz now has 1,500 RBI as a Red Sox, trailing only Carl Yastrzemski (1,844) and Ted Williams (1,839) on the club’s all…
As a Red Sox fan, my child hood hero was Carl Yastrzemski. When he retired I was crushed. I then saw a young phenom make his way to the 1/2
Players with 2,000 hits and 450+ HR while with Red Sox:. Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, and now David Ortiz. Decent co…
David Ortiz joins Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski as only Red Sox with 500 doubles and 400 HR. (via https…
Video: Mike Yastrzemski, grandson of Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski, belts first Triple-A HR - at Pawtucket
David Ortiz hits his 453rd HR as a Red Sox passing Carl Yastrzemski for 2nd on Boston's all-time HR list.
.MiguelCabrera now has 40 4-hit games in his career, tied with Luis Aparicio, Chuck Klein and Carl Yastrzemski for 42n…
This is a strange game. Carl Yastrzemski
In a game of any length, last player to do so was Carl Yastrzemski in 1967.
I would rather listen to six hours of Hawk Harrelson's Carl Yastrzemski anecdotes than Marty Brennaman
First ballot hall of famers who never had a title: Ken Griffey Jr., Ted Williams, Frank Thomas, Paul Molitor, Carl Yastrzemski, Ernie Banks.
Dustin Pedroia becomes the 10th player to record 1,500 hits with Red Sox, joining Carl Yastrzemski, Ted...
The truly amazing thing is that Carl Yastrzemski was the cleanup hitter removed in both Tiant's and Pole’s cases.
is casually wearing a signed Carl Yastrzemski and doesn't understand/ isn't phased
Jose is the modern day Carl Yastrzemski
Watching the grandson of the great Carl Yastrzemski, Mike, in Erie vs the Kid has some skills. Fun game.
.needs four home runs to tie Carl Yastrzemski (452) for second on the all-time list.
He lost to FDR in 44 and Truman in 48. Dewey died of a heart attack in 1970 after having finished a round of golf with--Carl Yastrzemski.
MLB NEWS: SoE: Pure Red Sox player? Yaz he was - Carl Yastrzemski is in a class all his own when it comes to th...
yeah but does the new guy have stupid catchphrases and Carl Yastrzemski anecdotes?
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no one says anything about Carl Yastrzemski jumping down the base path with his arms up after his game 6 HR
117 Carl Yastrzemski Donruss puzzles all in one lot -
Yaz still drawing fans at Spring Training: Carl Yastrzemski is 76 years old, and he is still a living legend -... https:…
Good listening! Here is a wide-ranging, 23-minute podcast Yaz just did with Comcast SportsNet:
He doesn't do many interviews, but Carl Yastrzemski joined me for a new episode of "The Baseball Show" podcast
Retirement is a complicated thing. Ortiz, Yaz, Koji, Price explain why ...
[WEEI 93.7FM]FORT MYERS, Fla. – How does Dustin Pedroia view retirement? “I don’t want to think …
As Ortiz, Yaz, David Price, Koji, Peyton Manning all remind us, there's no such thing as retiring type
PODCAST: Sean McAdam talks to Carl Yastrzemski - And this year, he sat down with Sean McAdam for an in-depth in...
PODCAST: Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski has an in-depth talk with
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Ep. 6 of "The Baseball Show" podcast with special guest, Carl Yastrzemski . iTunes:
Jim Rice, Carl Yastrzemski and Luis Tiant have been standing around talking for about 15 min. Be fun to hear that conversation.
I think about baseball when I wake up. I think about it all day and I dream about it at night. -Carl Yastrzemski https…
Today in 1960s Baseball: Red Sox sign Carl Yastrzemski for $130,000, highest salary in AL history (1969)
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Did you just run into Carl Yastrzemski?
How Johnny Bench and Carl Yastrzemski taught me baseball -
With Super Bowl in sight, national pastime draws closer to new season via
Interesting fact about the un-aired original GAME OF THRONES pilot: Jon Arryn was played by baseball Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski.
Money is a funny thing. Al Capone made $105 million in 1927. Carl Yastrzemski earned $100,000 in 1970.
"Blessings". Here is your light for the day... "GET FREAKY". "This is a strange game.” -Carl Yastrzemski. Life...
Two all-time greats! Framed jerseys of Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski
Carl Yastrzemski, Boston Red Sox, YAZ! How much fun it was watching the Red Sox during his time ther
To show some love for my favorite LF, Carl Yastrzemski on the eve of the voting announcement
"If you want the hits, be prepared for the errors." Carl Yastrzemski
Carl Yastrzemski's grandson, Mike Yastrzemski, is currently in the minor leagues. In 3 seasons, he hit .269/.337/.432.
In Satchel Paige's last game, at age 59, he faced 10 batters. The only one to reach base against him? Carl Yastrzemski.
Carl Yastrzemski. 21 years on the same team and my first favorite player. and Jason Varitek are close though.
Red Sox Grand Slam Trivia DVD Game by From Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski to David Ortiz and Manny
I believe the middle right is Carl Yastrzemski.
You gotta go for the late 70s Carl Yastrzemski mutton chops.
"I just wanted Carl Yastrzemski with the big sideburns!"
A one. man wrecking crew in 67 Carl Yastrzemski was a great all round player his whole career.
IN MEMORIAM HINT Only Carl Yastrzemski had more at-bats for the Red Sox during the 1960’s.
Carl Yastrzemski with the big side burns
Carl Yastrzemski RC and I keep looking for a signed George Brett RC
Yep, I remember Carl Yastrzemski's Triple Crown year in 1967. And thank YOU for the lightning-quick followback.
The most popular Red Sock of them all, Carl Yastrzemski, is up. Base hit to right! Carbo scores! Doyle to 3rd, Yaz takes 2nd on the throw!
Batting 3rd, the 1st baseman and captain, Number 8, Carl Yastrzemski. Batting 4th, the catcher, last night's hero, Number 27, Carlton Fisk.
Happy Birthday to Carl Yastrzemski, who turns 76 today!
Taking a quick moment to recognize great and Hall of Famer Carl Yastrzemski, who turned 76 today.
12th season with 110+ hits for David Ortiz, 6th most in club history. Carl Yastrzemski has the most (20).
David Ortiz has 4th most seasons of 60+ walks in club history after Carl Yastrzemski (18), Ted Williams (16), Dwight Evans (13).
Happy 76th birthday to of Famer Carl Yastrzemski
Happy birthday to HOF Carl Yastrzemski. 3,419 hits, 452 home runs and 1967 Triple Crown Winner. http:/…
Happy 76th birthday to Boston Red Sox great Carl Yastrzemski, an 18-time All Star.
When Curt Gowdy talks with Carl Yastrzemski, you better listen.
When they knock you down, you not only have to get up, you have to make it clear that you won't be knocked down a 2nd time…
all-time leader in RBIs, runs, hits, bases, singles, doubles & games. Carl Yastrzemski (b. Aug 22, 1939)
Happy Birthday Captain Carl yastrzemski. Following the 67 World Series,so popular in new england,
Happy 76th birthday to Carl Yastrzemski. Only was able to spell his name correctly as an 8 year old
Super B-Day to Carl Yastrzemski. Steroids? For losers. Real men utilize the power of the kielbasa!
Last one of the night. Mike Morgan allowed HR to. Carl Yastrzemski (born 8/22/1939). and . Vernon Wells (born 12/8/1978).
Hall of Fame outfielder Carl Yastrzemski played shortstop in his one season (1957) at the University of Notre Dame.
Carl Yastrzemski was known to throwback a few cans of Coors.
It's not a white sox broadcast without hawk mentioning carl yastrzemski
"The best left fielder I've ever seen, in any time zone, was Carl Yastrzemski. He played right behind the short stop out there."
Hey, anyone think Hawk might have some good Carl Yastrzemski stories? Seems like a good week to trot 'em out.
A lof of love for Carl Yastrzemski as he was WHOOPING *** on the Boston Red Sox when I was born.
Today in 1960s Baseball: Red Sox beat Indians 3-1 on RBIs from Carl Yastrzemski & Frank Malzone (1964)
The needs a new Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski ASP!
Carl Yastrzemski's cousin praises Venmo Lucas, fellow Hall of Famer from Long ...
With Craig Biggio joining fellow LIer Carl Yastrzemski in the Baseball Hall of Fame, we are now the Baseball Capital of the World.
Thanks to Carl's grandson, Mike, playing with Bowie, I can now spell Yastrzemski without looking.
What a great photo of Wally from last year's Yaz Day! If you haven't registered yet..
On this day in 1979, Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski hit his 1,000th extra base hit
Happy Monday! Did you know that On the Field at Fenway Park with Carl Yastrzemski is ONLY 3 days away! If you...
Wow! I just won this for free, CARL YASTRZEMSKI - 1983 Topps - Boston Red Sox
Love the Carl Yastrzemski reference! My father gave me his Spalding Carl Yastrzemski glove that i still use!
As of today, Carl Yastrzemski has been alive as long as Halley's Comet last trip took: 27,689 days.
"Anything less would not have been worthy of me. Anything more would not have been possible." - Boston's Carl Yastrzemski
The next jersey I purchase will be a Carl Yastrzemski jersey. Great player.
Cool baseball fact. Mike Yastrzemski, grandson of Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski, is playing for the visiting Bowie Baysox.
1961 - The announce that rookie Carl Yastrzemski will start the season in LF, succeeding the legendary Ted Williams.
Today in 1960s Baseball: Red Sox name rookie Carl Yastrzemski as starting left fielder, replacing Ted Williams (1961)
Ending in a Few Hours!. 1989 Hall of Fame Induction Bat out of 1000!. Featuring Johnny Bench and Carl Yastrzemski.
Check this out...I remember Carl Yastrzemski and Rico Petricelli playing Boog Powell and Brooks Robinson.
In honor of Ernie Banks, Mr. Cub, who should earn the title of Mr. Red Sox? I would go with Carl Yastrzemski.
At Fenway Park the home of the Red Sox with the Statue and ultimate Boston tribute to Carl Yastrzemski.
I loved the game. I loved all the competition. -Carl Yastrzemski
Really cool! I can't post anything about it till after they leave though. I saw Carl Yastrzemski So many peeps are here
Carl Yastrzemski：I remember I was a scared rookie, hitting .220 after the first three months of my baseball season, and doubting my ability.
Kevin Youkilis finishes his career with a higher OPS than George Brett, Wade Boggs, Carl Yastrzemski, Kirby Puckett, and Roberto Clemente.
Wow! I just won this for free, 1980 Lou Brock & Carl Yastrzemski, Topps Highlights 3000 Hits B
Opening in 1938, Sick's Stadium, located in Seattle's Rainier Valley, was one of the great minor league ballparks in baseball history. But for one year, it hosted Major League Baseball's Seattle Pilots (who later became the Milwaukee Brewers). Some of baseball's future hall of famers made the trip northwest to Sick's Stadium in 1969! Catfish Hunter, Carl Yastrzemski, Bobby Cox (who played 3B for the Yankees that year), Al Kaline, Harmon Killebrew, Luis Aparicio, Brooks Robinson, Frank Robinson to name a few. Rod Carew led the Twins to a 6-4 victory with a 4-5 performance on April 16, 1969. Reggie Jackson went 3-4 with 2 home runs on April 25, 1969 at Sick's Stadium to lead the visiting A's to a 14-2 trouncing of the Pilots in front of 6,617 fans. Balitmore's Jim Palmer threw a 2 hit shoutout on June 7, 1969 to lead the O's to a 10-0 win. After filing for bankruptcy, the Pilots moved to Milwaukee the following year. Sick's Stadium closed in 1976 and was demolished in February 1979. (photos courtesy of Pete ...
This is stupidest article of September. You can't compare Jeter to Yaz, Edes. Yaz was not a singles hitter.
.and I were talking about this earlier. MT Yaz's farewell shorter than Jeter's, not easier.
Yaz's farewell shorter than Jeter's but not easier
Yaz's farewell shorter than Jeter's but not easier via
But no one played the game with as much class as Carl Yastrzemski
dudes good but he's no Carl Yastrzemski. the whole farewell tour is getting ridiculous
Derek Jeter has 865 wins as a starter in games at home. Only Pete Rose (1,024), Carl Yastrzemski (944) and Hank Aaron (898) have more.
I saw a hashtag and quickly thought, "What the *** Carl Yastrzemski?"
hmm Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Hank Aaron, Carl Yastrzemski, Willie Mays. Just to name the ones at the top of my head
Being "best friends" (according to him) and teammates with Carl Yastrzemski's grandson has its benefits. Ha
probably Carl Yastrzemski. Its rare in all sports now because it's all about the money
Jeter doing the Carl Yastrzemski final lap. He should really end his career on that walk off hit. Shouldn't even play at Fenway...
I wonder if I'm the only writer in the press box who in 1983 covered Carl Yastrzemski's final game.
Derek Jeter's 290 games played against the are third-most behind Al Kaline (345) and Carl Yastrzemski (343).
Jeter's 351 hits against the are second-most all-time to Carl Yastrzemski's 363. Jeter's 69 doubles are 2nd to Yaz (83).
Jeter's 351 hits vs trail only. Carl Yastrzemski (363) and his 69 doubles against them are 2nd to Yastrzemski’s 83.
achieved his 400th HR last night in his 1,630th game. Ted Williams got there in 1,745. Carl Yastrzemski i…
Big Papi Hits 400th Home Run with Boston - David Ortiz joined Ted Williams & Carl Yastrzemski as the only players to hit 400 HRs in a Red Sox uniform. He hit 2 homers & drove in a career-high tying 6 runs in the 10-7 win vs. Houston.
Derek Jeter made history again on Monday night, passing Carl Yastrzemski for seventh on the all-time hits list with 3,420. Though passing Yastrzemski may be something of a minor milestone in a career filled with so many, we look back at some of Jeter's greatest milestone moments.
ICYMI: Derek Jeter passed Carl Yastrzemski for 7th on all-time hits list, now 10 hits away from 6th place.
Derek Jeter gets three hits, passes Carl Yastrzemski, now seventh on all-time...
Moving on up! Derek Jeter records career hit 3,420, passing Carl Yastrzemski for 7th all-time.
Aside from Ted Williams, David Ortiz is the best hitter in Boston Red Sox history, according to Carl Yastrzemski.
Derek Jeter is 2-2 on night, tying Carl Yastrzemski for 7th all-time with 3,419 hits.
DH David Ortiz hit 2 HR's to surpass Carl Yastrzemski for 36th on the all-time list in Boston's 14-1 win over the ⚾️
With 2 homers Monday, (453) passed Carl Yastrzemski (452) on all-time HR list, and now owns sole possessio…
Derek Jeter enters today 7 hits away from tying Carl Yastrzemski for 7th all-time, and 18 from Honus Wagner for 6th.
Derek Jeter needs 8 hits to tie Carl Yastrzemski for 8th place in all-time hits. The next hit will tie with Honus Wagner for 7thth place.
"Win the Watercooler", July 16: -- At 40 years old, Derek Jeter became the oldest player with multiple hits in an All-Star Game, passing Carl Yastrzemski (age 39 in 1979). The oldest Yankees player, prior to Jeter, was the third-oldest with multiple hits all-time, Babe Ruth (age 38 in 1933). Jeter finished 13-for-27 in his All-Star career. His .481 batting average is second-best in All-Star Game history. The all-time leader among those with at least 15 plate appearances is second baseman Charlie Gehringer, who hit .500. (ESPN Stats & Info) -- The All-Star Game -- right or wrong -- decides home-field advantage in the World Series. That home-field advantage has been fairly significant in determining the World Series champion recently. Since 1985, the team with the home-field advantage has won 23 of the last 28 World Series, including the last five. Also, the last nine times the World Series has gone to a Game 7, the home team has won each game. The last road team to win a Game 7 was the 1979 Pittsburgh Pira ...
July 15th All-Star Game 1975 ! - The National League won this game 6-3 but the 3 runs the American League got was on Carl Yastrzemski's pinch hitting for Jim Kaat in the 6th, belted a 3 run homer over the right center field fence. Fred Lynn hit for Bert Campaneris in the 6th flied to right, played center field and struck out swinging in the 8th.
Adam Dunn hit his 453rd career HR, passing Carl Yastrzemski for solo 35th on the all-time list--first time he’s ever gone d…
Derek Jeter got his 3400th hit yesterday. Last 3400th hit by anyone: 8/24/83 - Carl Yastrzemski, a double off Bobby Castillo
Tony Gwynn - so respected in San Diego for what he did on and off the baseball field. Tony will be missed in our city. Thank you Tony, you were an inspiration for many boys and girls... How many players have stayed with only 1 MLB team. Baseball and the business of baseball has changed over the years...you will see fewer and fewer... I have been a Boston Red Sox fan ever since I was little boy and of course thrilled to see Yaz at the top. Take a look at all the Hall of Famers in this list. 1. Carl Yastrzemski, Boston, 3,308 2. Stan Musial, St. Louis, 3,026 3. Cal Ripken, Baltimore, 3,001 4. Brooks Robinson, Baltimore, 2,896 5. Robin Yount, Milwaukee, 2,856 6. Craig Biggio, Houston, 2,850 7. Al Kaline, Detroit, 2,834 8. Derek Jeter, NY Yankees, 2,732 9. Mel Ott, NY Giants, 2,730 10. George Brett, Kansas City, 2,707 11. Ernie Banks, Chicago Cubs, 2,528 12. Chipper Jones, Atlanta, 2,499 13. Dave Concepcion, Cincinnati, 2,488 14. Tony Gwynn, San Diego, 2,440 15. Roberto Clemente, Pittsburgh, 2,433 16. Luke Ap ...
As another year has passed and life is fleeting by the minute I sit and ponder some of life’s treasures that we do not have to pay for, trade for or even do anything. I just have to be myself. What are those treasures you ask? Parents and today is the day we celebrate our fathers let me tell you about mine – As long as I can remember back I have always looked at my father as a larger than life figure – I was a small child and he was 6’4” and had a deep voice. This is when I started to look up to him. As I grew and had many learning disabilities and personality traits that many did not understand –hey most still do not today - lol He loved me unconditionally and stood behind me no matter what – PERIOD. He coached one of the most un-coordinated human beings alive and made me feel like Carl Yastrzemski, Bobby Orr, Steve Grogan or Larry Bird. He taught me how to love others even though they could not be loved. He taught me the joy of family and friends. He taught me to always have my hand up to ...
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On This Day in Baseball History. 1976. At Tiger Stadium, Carl Yastrzemski passes Boston legend Ted Williams for the most games played in a Red Sox uniform. Yaz makes the historic day memorable by going 4-for-4, including three home runs, in the BoSox 9–2 victory in the Motor City.
is 68 home runs from tying Carl Yastrzemski for 2nd most home runs in history (452). Ted Williams tops (521).
More George Brett: 1993 One day before his 40th birthday, George Brett hits his 300th career home run, joining Hank Aaron, Stan Musial, Carl Yastrzemski, Willie Mays and Al Kaline as the only players with three hundred homers and three thousand hits. The Royals' third baseman's historic ball is picked up by a fan on a veterans' hospital outing who happens to be blind.
David Ortiz now has more homers with the Red Sox than Dwight Evans. Trails only Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski and Jim Rice.
Milestone Update: With 2 hits today Derek Jeter passes Paul Moliter on the All-time hits leaderboard. He is now 9th with 3,320. Next closest is Carl Yastrzemski with 3,419.
Derek Jeter just got his 3,319th career hit, the same as Paul Molitor. This means that Pete Rose, Hank Aaron and Carl Yastrzemski are now the only living humans with more hits than Jeter.
3 hits to tie Paul Molitor, 103 for Carl Yastrzemski, 104 for Honus Wagner & 119 behind the disputed Cap Anson total.
In 1967, Carl Yastrzemski won baseball's Triple Crown, batting .326 with 44 home runs and 121 RBIs to lead the American League in all three categories. While that was considered an impressive feat at the time, it wasn't exactly a shocking one, given that Frank Robinson had just accomplished it the previous year and Triple Crown seasons by Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams weren't that far in the rearview mirror. There were a lot of close calls, but it took 45 years for someone to take Yaz's mantle as the most recent Triple Crown winner. As 100 percent of you reading this recall, that someone was Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera, who pulled off the feat in 2012. In 2014, Cabrera -- whom our BBTN100 panel ranked as the best first baseman in the game -- has a chance to do something even rarer: win it a second time. And those chances ain't half bad. A second Triple Crown is something only two players in baseball history have successfully accomplished, Williams and Rogers Hornsby. You may have heard of those ...
Doubling down: Detroit Tigers to pay Cabrera $292 million over 10 years The contract is subject to a physical, according to a person with knowledge of the deal who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the agreement had not been announced. Miguel Cabrera is due $44 million over the final two years of his $152.3 million, eight-year contract that runs through 2015, and the person says the slugger will make $248 million over eight seasons in the new deal. "Baseball loves guaranteeing ridiculous amounts of money and years to players well past their primes and girding for the steep decline that accompanies them in their mid 30s all the way through their 40s. This is written off as the cost of doing business, which is an insult to the business." -Jeff Passan, Yahoo Sports writer The Venezuelan slugger won the Triple Crown in 2012 — becoming the first player to lead either league in batting average, homers and RBIs since 1967, when Boston's Carl Yastrzemski pulled off the rare feat. Cabrera followe ...
"There can be little doubt that Carl Yastrzemski was the master of Wall-ball defense. An infielder as a collegian at Notre Dame, (Carl) Yastrzemski had the coordination, the instincts, and the work ethic to make the Wall work for him. He was among the American League's outfield assist leaders annually until baserunners learned to stop going for two when they clanged one off the Wall. Yaz could decoy better than any outfielder and routinely pretended he was ready to catch a ball that he knew was going to carom off the Wall. Sometimes this would make runners slow down or stop altogether. Yaz had another Wall habit that annoyed some Boston pitchers. When a slugger unloaded on a meatball from a Sox hurler, Yaz would sometimes stand motionless, hands on hips, staring forward as the ball sailed over his head, over the screen, and out toward the Mass. Turnpike. He didn't want to give the hitter the satisfaction of turning around, and sometimes it was a message to a Boston pitcher who may have thrown the wrong pi ...
To Honor of America's greatest game and national pastime, I offer you 10 of the greatest baseball one-liners ever muttered (in no particular order) ... Get you *** back there! The only thing you know about pitching is that you can't hit it. -- Pitching great Bob Gibson to his catcher Tim McCarver when McCarver approached him on the mound. Asked how he pitched to the Yankee great Mickey Mantle, Red Sox Pitcher Frank Sullivan answered "With tears in my eyes." "I told him I wasn’t tired; he told me, ‘No, but the outfielders sure are.’" Pitcher Jim Kern, when the manager came to the mound to remove him from a game. "The good Lord was good to me. He gave me a strong body, a good right arm, and a weak mind." Pitching great Dizzy Dean "Ed, you're the second best umpire in the league… the other twenty-three are tied for first." Red Sox legend Carl Yastrzemski, "Yaz", to umpire Ed Runge "I didn't do so great in the first grade either." --- Pitcher Dizzy Dean, on dropping out of school after the second gra ...
Lot of 14 Baseball/Football/Basketball cards. There are a lot of big name stars, Hall Of Fame, and rookie players in this lot which include Carl Yastrzemski, Ken Griffey Jr., Michael Jordan, Chris Webber, Julius Erving, Gene Upshaw, Fran Tarkenton, Rollie Fingers, Joe Montana, Mark McGwire, Alex Rodriguez, and Drew Bledsoe. I have priced this lot at $30.00 which is under their book value. Pick up is near South HamiIton Rd and Winchester Pike. I am also interested in buying silver coins if anyone is interested in selling. I am a local collector and I pay more than any Cash For Gold store. Those places are a scam and only pay a fraction of what the silver is worth, whereas I pay 100% of the spot price of silver. I will also show you what the value of silver content is and show you what I am paying which is 100% of the spot for silver. Thanks for looking.
In order to succeed, your desire for success should be greater than your fear of failure. Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Larry Bird, John Elway, Joe Montana, Terry Bradshaw, Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Orr, Carl Yastrzemski, Nolan Ryan, Mia Hamm, Lionel Messi, Lindsey Vonn, Bonnie Blair, these are just a few of the greatest names in sports history, and not one of these world class athletes won every time they suited up. Instead, they took the things they learned from a loss and applied it to the next contest. And because of that lack of fear and desire to succeed, they will forever walk the earth as Champions!
After much deliberation, I've finalized my Boston Red Sox Mount Rushmore: Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski, Carlton Fisk & Big Papi. Really struggled over leaving off Wade Boggs, but riding that horse at Yankee Stadium and then wanting to go into Cooperstown wearing a Tampa Bay Rays cap sent me over the edge. (editor's note: as usual, my dad Paul Davis is right. My list is amended to Ted, Yaz, Papi & Jim Rice.)
saying Carl Yastrzemski with fluidity seems like a quick way to get yourself a date
Free: 1980 Lou Brock and Carl Yastrzemski Topps baseball card. Check it out -
watching Oshie's shootout after the US loss today is like the Carl Yastrzemski scene from Fever Pitch
"I never stay away from workouts. I work hard. I've tried to take care of my body. I'll never look back and say that I could have done more. I've paid the price in practice, but I know I get the most out of my ability." - Carl Yastrzemski
Carl Yastrzemski? The logo is supposed to be his likeness, no?
This Day in Baseball History -- from Mary Landers ... It was 111 years ago today -- On Feb. 21, 1903, Hall of Fame owner Tom Yawkey is born in Detroit. Yawkey will purchase the Boston Red Sox in 1933 at the age of 30 and overturn the club's status as a perennial second-division doormat. Although the Sox will never win the big one during Yawkey's 44 years in charge, they will go to the World Series three times and develop Hall-of-Famers like Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski.
Today's hits masters, we turn back the baseball clock to the year of 1967 and the American League. Here are the top 3 total hits for that season 1. Carl Yastrzemski -189 2. Cesar Tovar -173 3. Jim Fregosi -171 George "Boomer" Scott -171
Joseph Anthony "Joe" Foy (February 21, 1943 – October 12, 1989) was a Major League Baseball third baseman. Born in New York City, Foy was signed as an amateur free agent by the Minnesota Twins in 1962, but was selected in that year's minor league draft by the Boston Red Sox. Playing for the Toronto Maple Leafs in the International League in 1965, Foy was voted the league's most valuable player and rookie of the year. He also won the league's batting title, hitting .302. His first year in the majors, with Boston in 1966, was arguably his best season. Foy batted a solid .262, drew the second-most walks in the American League (91), had a .364 on-base percentage, good for eighth in the junior circuit; he also scored 97 runs, fifth in the league. As pitching became more dominant in the late 1960s, Foy's numbers dropped considerably. In 1967, while receiving over 100 fewer at-bats, Foy batted a slightly worse .251/.325/.426 (his walk total halved), although the league did drop by 4 batting points, 2 on-base p ...
Throwin' it al the way back to the early 80s when I was a Carl Yastrzemski fan.
Carl Yastrzemski walked 39 times with the bases loaded, the most ever.
With his next home run, Dustin Pedroia will join Carl Yastrzemski as the only Red Sox to record 100 HR and 100 SB in their …
Happy Carl Yastrzemski Day! Eight days until games! Yaz wore the number 8 for 23 years, longer than any other player.
"I dont think they're any better club than we are...And I can't wait to face Gibson again." Carl Yastrzemski
Looking forward to the 2014 MLB season, I have decided to compose a fantasy baseball team. In making my selections, I used the following criteria; First, I only chose players who played during MY modern era (‘50s forward); Second, any player linked to PEDs was excluded; Third, players must be not just good hitters or fielders, but be proficient at both. Fourth, also used for consideration was all-star selections, golden gloves and other achievement awards such as Triple Crowns. While I’ll admit to having some prejudices, I tried very hard to be objective in my selections. I realize that their will be many differences of opinions, if you want to suggest a different player(s), feel free to do so as long as you say who you would then omit and also state your reasons. This should be fun and interesting. STARTING PITCHERS (4) Roger Clemens, Greg Maddox, Randy Johnson, Tom Glavine RELIEF PITCHERS (5) Mariano Rivera, Dennis Eckersley, Hoyt Wilhelm, Rollie Fingers, Bruce Sutter CATCHER (2) Yogi ...
Let's take the time out to wish Pro Football Hall of Famer and long time actor Jim Brown a happy birthday today! James Nathaniel Brown (born 02/17/1936) was born to Theresa (a housekeeper) and Swinton Brown (a professional boxer). At Manhasset Secondary School, Brown earned 13 letters playing football, lacrosse, baseball, basketball and running track. According to the New York Times: Mr. Brown credits his self-reliance to having grown up on Saint Simons Island, a community off the coast of Georgia where he was raised by his grandmother and where racism did not affect him directly. At the age of eight, he moved to Manhasset, N.Y., where his mother worked as a domestic. It was at Manhasset High School that he became a football star and athletic legend. He averaged a then-Long Island record 38 points per game for his basketball team. That record was later broken by future Boston Red Sox star Carl Yastrzemski of Bridgehampton. As a sophomore at Syracuse University, Brown was the second leading rusher on the t ...
At Spring Training for some past 15 yrs now, but here's some great Spring Training throwback years.. 1959 Carl Yastrzemski shows up for 1st time and in 1951 Mickey Mantle shows up for 1st time. The rest is history. Appreciating these autographed baseballs.retired numbers 7 & 8.
i am selling these Carl Yastrzemski baseball cards. I will sell them as a group or individually. Here is the list and their prices. 70 Topps $10.00 69 Topps $5.00
I'm selling my baseball card collection with thousands of cards including rookies, complete sets, limited edition cards, and more. It's been so long since I've gone through them that I can't remember what all is here. I've gone ahead and listed below what I could find in about a 10 min search through my collection. These cards would make a great addition to anyone's collection or a perfect collection to start out with! Asking $275 obo. Complete sets: 1989 Upper Deck 1990 Upper Deck 1990 Fleer still factory sealed 1991 Donruss still factory sealed 1991 Topps 1992 Topps still factory sealed 1992 Score Collectors Set (includes 3 exclusive cards of JoeDimaggio and Carl Yastrzemski) 1994 Topps series 1 of 2 still factory sealed (includes 9 Pre-Production cards, 3 card Superstar sampler, 10 ToppsGold and 3 ToppsBlackGold cards). 1997 Upper Deck Best of Graded cards: 1968 Topps - Hank Aaron - Beckett rating of Very Good+ (3.5) 1987 Donruss - Barry Bonds - PSA Raiting of Near Mint to Mint (8) 1990 Upper Deck - Sa ...
Gold Baseball hall of fame stamps/and first day covers. Have certificate of Authenticity with each one. Carl Yastrzemski, Roberto Clemente, Hank Aaron. $15 for all 3
For those of you who Remember Will McEnenay of the Big Red Machine. He was one of their good relief pitchers. He turns 62 today. This is what he is up to these days: JUPITER — The Cincinnati Reds arrive in Miami on Monday for a four-game series against the Marlins. But Will McEnaney won't be there. McEnaney, who lives in Royal Palm Beach, has a special place in Reds history: He recorded the final outs of the Big Red Machine's World Series clinchers in 1975 and '76. But the retired reliever will be working his night job — in the scoreboard booth at Roger Dean Stadium. While the Class A Jupiter Hammerheads take on the Bradenton Marauders, the left-hander who once flipped curveballs past Carl Yastrzemski will flip switches on the electronic scoreboard, recording every ball, strike, hit and run.
The temperature is 76 and 40% humidity at Fenway Park today, Apr. 20, 2012, and Clay Buchholz is about to take the mound for the Boston Red Sox against Derek Jeter who's leading off for the New York Yankees. Carl Beane is once again alive and well, behind the mic as the voice of Fenway. The best ballpark in the history of baseball is being celebrated for it's centennial today. Johnny Pesky is in the house, as is Carl Yastrzemski and countless other legends. This game won't go quite our way, nor will the season, but it's a beautiful spring day on my DVR. The snow outside doesn't exist for the next three hours. Life is good.
The way I figure it . Derek Jeter could finish ahead of Carl Yastrzemski in 6th place as the all time hits leaders . Right behind Tris Speaker . Pretty good company.
Moving to left field in my best I've seen list: 3) Willie Stargell 2) Ricky Henderson 1) Carl Yastrzemski I'm not putting Barry Bonds on any list, or Manny Ramirez.
So this is it. Was kind of hoping he'd try for 4,000 hits, and then who knows, maybe 4,257. But 2014 will be his last season - loved watching Jeter all these years - the truest of professional athletes in every way. With a little luck, he could finish his career with the fifth most hits ever, in significantly fewer at bats and at a significantly younger age than all those he will finish behind. 1. Pete Rose 4256 B 2. Ty Cobb+ 4189 L 3. Hank Aaron+ 3771 R 4. Stan Musial+ 3630 L 5. Tris Speaker+ 3514 L 6. Cap Anson+ 3435 R 7. Honus Wagner+ 3420 R 8. Carl Yastrzemski 3419 L 9. Paul Molitor+ 3319 R 10. Derek Jeter 3316 R
"When I go to the plate now, I'm thinking only one thing: I'm thinking to hit every pitch out of the ballpark. Put it this way: I'm going down swinging. If a pitcher gets me out I'll tip my cap to him." Carl Yastrzemski (with 10 games left in the season)
So I says to my girl "honey the Bruins won 7-2 and Carl Yastrzemski had a hat-trick". She says " oh wow he's still playing".. LMAO... Funny thing is, she watches the Bruins all the time!! Gutta Love her!!!
I am looking to trade for a Carl Yastrzemski certified autograph (around $60 BV). Please let me know if you have one. Thank you.
The Sigismontes lived behind the Nathaniel Woodhull School. The neighborhood gang spent many years playing ball at the south-east corner of that school. There was a summer kid, named Larry, who lived down the block from the Sigismontes. His mother spoke broken English [Italian-American]. She was always afraid to let Larry go out and play. One day we convinced her that he would be fine. So Larry proudly went with us to play baseball. Well one of us hit a high fly ball. Think of the movie "Sandlot." Larry enthusiastically lined up with that high fly ball, and got hit right in the eye. We didn't see Larry for a long time. BTW - At the west entrance to Nathaniel Woodhull School, there was a house. I thought that odd. The kid who lived there was named Freddy Iozzino [nice guy]. But his father wouldn't let him play ball with us - he didn't want him to pick up bad habits. Perhaps he was right; but we sure had fun in our own way. We impersonated all the of baseball's greats: Mickey Mantle, Roger Maris, Willie May ...
How times have changed. Imagine a game played by Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Roberto Clemente, Willie Stargell, Joe Torre, Willie McCovey, Johnny Bench, Rod Carew, Brooks Robinson, Tom Seaver, Lou Brock, Bobby Bonds, Bobby Mercer, Carl Yastrzemski, Frank Robinson, Norm Cash, Vida Blue, Jim Palmer, Andy Messersmith, Wilbur Wood, Al Kaline, Amos Otis, Harmon Killebrew, Thurman Munson, Reggie Jackson, Frank Howard, and coached by Billy Martin and Sparky Anderson. All heroes to a generation, and virtually all first-round members of the Hall of Fame. Forty years from now, how many names will you remember from the 2013 MLB All-Star Game? Probably not many.
1989 - Baseball legends Johnny Bench and Carl Yastrzemski are elected to Baseball Hall of Fame.
Final bit of trivia for now: Carl Yastrzemski received MVP votes in 14 different seasons and made 18 All-Star games.
On this date in 1958, Red Sox sign Carl Yastrzemski as an amateur free agent.
Wow! I just won this for free, Carl Yastrzemski Donruss Hall of Fame Collectible Puzzle 1989 Le
I have arrived in Boston, but I thought Carl Yastrzemski would shake my hand upon arrival?
"The only time I don't think about it is when I'm playing it" - Carl Yastrzemski
I just received a number 9! Ack! Think, think! 1. I am a milk drinker, though I do love coffee. 2. I collect Peanuts stuff and have original comics from the 50's. 3. I've been as far north as Quebec, as far south as Virginia, as far west as Chicago and as far east as Maine. 4. My favorite baseball player of all time is Carl Yastrzemski. 5. My dad is from Germany. 6. The first story I can remember writing was, Lucky the Dog. 7. The longest book I ever finished was Gone With The Wind. 8. We gave all our cows names, because I could never remember if 326 was in heat or if it was 236, or if it was 167 or 176 who needed a shot of Oxytocin. 9. When I was pregnant with my second child, without thinking I constantly referred to the baby as 'she'. And she was born on Valentine's Day. :)
7 little known things? 1) I wanted to marry Carl Yastrzemski when I was 12 2) I am an avid uconn women's basketball fan 3) first woman to win Hartford road cafe cribbage tournament and was most feared opponent in the history of that competition 4) I wish I were a ballroom dancer and tap dancer like gene Kelly 5) love old movies 6) my favorite nick name is Auntie Hoo Hoo (like the old fashioned greeting) 7) my favorite role is auntie and great auntie
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