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      About Me: Jerome Preisler is currently in his seventh year as a regular contributor to YESNetwork.com. He is also the New York Times bestselling author of over thirty books of fiction and nonfiction, including the TOM CLANCY'S POWER PLAYS series. He and his wife Suzanne share residences in New York City and coastal New England with several cats. His next book, CODE NAME CAESAR: THE HUNT FOR U-BOAT 864, will be published by Berkley/Caliber in 2012.
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    Hey, check me out as the Sprint All Together Fan! Had fun filming with MLB Network and Nick Stevens!http://yankees.mlb.com/sponsors/sprint/all_together/

    June 12, 2011
    11:05 PM
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    i was truly touched by her positive out look. I love her dreams to have a house thatn didnt leak. a man who would love her / treat her as a queen. So simple but in long run it is the biggest thing in the world. . I loved how she would go to games been a dream to go to yankee games. i have been at the spot where you are about to cry an smile . but she overcome. great job capturing her feeling and i felt like i was there meeting her love hope week. have a great day

    August 18, 2010
    1:15 PM
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    So here is your comment: It is unlikely that Posada would have dropped an easy pop-up.!! Cervelli, is such a bad defensive catcher that he is more likely to drop such an easy pop-up!! Statistics show that Posada would not have dropped it.!!!! Hmmm....... Mr. Preisler, I think you have it totally wrong. Even though Cervelli might have called for it, it could have been a logical reaction at seeing the ball in the infield and obviously wanting to make the catch . To you, it seems irrelevant that 1) the close presence of Vasquez, 2) the likelihood of a collision and 3) the akward position of Cervelli, facing the outfield, had anything to do with missing the ball. To err is human. I find it uncalled for, the amount of adverse media comments Cervelli undeservedly gets. This was an error that ANY catcher can make and it should not trigger the kind of comments that you did. Its refreshing to know, though, that the pitching staff loves to have Cervelli behind the dish

    August 13, 2010
    8:37 PM
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    When it occurred to me to print excerpts from my transcript as a tribute to Bob Sheppard, I intended to play back the actual voice recording just to kind of refresh myself on his rhythms and inflections. Reading his words, though, I of course realized that wasn't necessary. I could hear him speaking--it was uncanny. It was his son Paul, via the Yanks, who set up the interview for me--and suggested I ask Mr. Sheppard about his WWII service after I'd told him I wanted to explore a part of his life that hadn't been covered by others a hundred times. I thought his naval enlistment story was just great. He really seemed to get a kick out of telling it, and I and smile every time I read it.

    Jerome Preisler
    July 14, 2010
    10:07 AM
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    Thanks for this; it was enjoyable reading, and fun to "hear" Bob's voice speaking as I read his quotes. Some years ago, as Bob approached mid-90s, we all knew that even he couldn't go forever. Poor Paul Olden, as good as he is, he is essentially the Gene Bartow who succeeded John Wooden. The bar was set so incredibly high that no one will ever get close.

    July 12, 2010
    12:47 PM
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