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Jorge Posada - Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation's 10th Anniversary Gala

Jorge Posada Photos Photos: Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation's 10th Anniversary Gala

Jorge Posada Photos Photos: Joe Torre Safe At Home Foundation's Anniversary Gala

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October 21, 1998 - Photos - Yankees retire Joe Torre's No. 6

George Steinbrenner and Joe Torre, NY Yankees 1996 - The start of another dynasty. I grew up watching my Yanks in the so this was my taste of World Series victory

Yankees!! <3

two of my favorite baseball players in one picture! too bad they are wearing yankees jerseys! Go Mariners!

Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre looks at a replica of his plaque that will hang in Monument Park as the Yankees retired his number before a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014

Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre looks at a replica of his plaque that will hang in Monument Park as the Yankees retired his number before a baseball game against the Chicago White Sox Saturday, Aug.

As they  should. A mans man. You think those other morons ( not mentioning any names) would have learned something hanging out with him all those years.DP

MLB honors Mariano Rivera with video and newspaper ad

ANDY PETTITTE... He may play for the Yankees... But he'll always be a Texas Boy!!!

ANDY PETTITTE... He may play for the Yankees... But he'll always be a Texas Boy!!!

April 12, 1965 Joe Torre hits two home runs in Milwaukee’s 4-2 Opening Day victory at Crosley Field. Next season on the same date, the Braves catcher will do it again, joining teammate Eddie Mathews as the only major leaguers to have hit two home runs twice in games played on Opening Day.

this-day-in-baseball: “ April 1965 Joe Torre hits two home runs in Milwaukee’s Opening Day victory at Crosley Field. Next season on the same date, the Braves catcher will do it again, joining.

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