Giancarlo Stanton Crushes Homerun In Yankees Debut

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What many fans will be excited to see for the first time on Thursday is the bash brothers. The past two World Series were seven-game affairs featuring two of the most exciting World Series games in history - Game 7 in 2016 and Game 5 in 2017.

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It will be the first of 19 meetings between the two clubs and this season should be a fun one for the ancient rivals. The Red Sox-Yankees rivalry is always heated, but it is particularly ferocious when both teams are pennant contenders, as is the case this season. Cashman dumped Joe Girardi after he drove a "rebuilding" team to Game 7 of the American League Championship Series.

If the Yankees and Dodgers stay under the threshold, their base tax rate would drop from 50 percent to 20 percent in 2019, putting them in better position next offseason for a free-agent class that includes Bryce Harper, Manny Machado and Josh Donaldson.

Major League Baseball is in a hurry these days, with record home runs and strikeouts the new norm. While the Red Sox bleed opposing pitching with singles and doubles, the Yanks swing for the fences.

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Giancarlo Stanton hit a home run in his first at-bat with the New York Yankees on Thursday.

The New York Yankees don't stay down for long.

"You never know what the results are going to turn out to be, but as far as the preparation going into the season, I think I was able to progress gradually during spring versus last spring", Tanaka said. Instead, they fleeced former franchise icon Derek Jeter and the Marlins, acquiring reigning NL MVP Giancarlo Stanton to team with Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez.

To celebrate, Yankees radio announcer John Sterling broke out a home-run call that left everyone confused. But all things considered, someone like Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Mariano Rivera, Joe DiMaggio, or the countless other NY legends would not be a bad consolation prize.

It's a major blow for Bird, who played in just 48 games last season due to an ankle injury, hitting.190 with nine homers and 28 RBI. Many teams struggle to find a reliable closer. Four-time All-Star reliever Dellin Betances put the hammer down on the first day of spring training, saying, "If we don't win [the World Series], it won't be a great year for us". Both teams boast young stars, pitching depth and sluggers ready to swing for the fences. As usual, only a World Series title will truly satiate the masses. It's Opening Day and baseball is back.

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