Kodak, in association with The Sporting News, once selected Baseball's 25 Greatest Moments and the "Bucky Dent Home Run Game" finished fourteenth (14th).
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Oct 2, 2018 · Bucky Dent became a Yankees legend 40 years ago today. .
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Apr 19, 2018 · SS Bucky Dent (1973) Bucky Dent was a 21-year-old playing in the White Sox organization when he suited up for the Iowa Oaks.
The Bucky Dent World Series stats seen below include his World Series year-by-year hitting stats, World Series fielding stats, and World Series pitching stats (where applicable). . .
"When I hit the ball (on October 2, 1978) I knew that I had hit it high enough to hit the wall. Walter “Bucky” Harris served in several capacities in his 46 years at the University, including Director of Athletics and Director of Physical Plant.
Apr 25, 2009 · Bucky Dent is the former Yankees shortstop best remembered for a three-run homer that helped win a one-game playoff against Boston in 1978.
com. Bucky Dent played five full seasons with the Yankees and part of a sixth before the Yankees traded him in August 1982 to the Texas Rangers for Lee Mazzilli.
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Baseball Hall of Fame. Elections to the Baseball Hall of Fame for 1990 followed the system in place since 1978. He served the Yankees as manager of the big-league club for portions of two seasons, compiling an 18–22 record in 1989 and an 18–31 record in 1990.
#Yankees #RepBX. . . . October 2nd, 1978 — a date which will live in infamy for Red Sox fans.
7%) 148th among Shortstops Franchise Contributions by Hall Rating.
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Elections to the Baseball Hall of Fame for 1990 followed the system in place since 1978.
Apr 25, 2009 · Bucky Dent, the former Yankees shortstop best remembered for a three-run homer that helped win a one-game playoff against Boston in 1978, now runs a baseball school that bears his name in Delray.