Can't show 'em all, but what about Hank Aaron's 715th home run
and Roger Maris' 61st?
According to Don Zimmer (via Espn.com's Ian O'Connor), the Yankees
under Joe Torre and Zimmer had practiced the exact scenario of Jeter's
flip. An athletic play, to be sure, but he was not there by accident.
Preparation met opportunity.
Good article Carter. Have your boss pony up some bucks to send you to Chicago so
you can visit Wrigley in it's hundredth anniversary. Dinner is on us
What about Bucky Dent! I'll leave out the famous expletive.What
amazes me about the Jeter play is that it was pure instinct for him to be at
that spot in the first place. And then the flip. Anybody who has followed
baseball knows what an amazing and unlikely play that was.