Not long afterwards, he became a New York Yankee, and remained with them for 10 years. What a childhood she must have had.
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She spent her days at Yankee Stadium, chatting with the legends. She remembered being carried around the diamond on the shoulders of another Hall of Famer, Lefty Gomez. Hoyt even worked as a mortician during his baseball career. In one of his memoirs, Hoyt recalled that he rarely nursed a sore arm. There were many wonderful booths at the fair.
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One, in particular, caught their attention. The object of the exercise was to knock all of the bottles down with three throws to win a prize. Naturally, it was no challenge to the Major Leaguers. Then, they were encouraged to back up a little, to throw more curves, to really outdo each other. After weeks of rehabilitation, he was able to return to the starting lineup.
Manager Miller Huggins was never informed about the activities at the fair. Times were different in those days, to say the least. Huggins had a phone in the dugout, and often called the bullpen just to keep the relievers on their toes.
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