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- HISTORY OF THE NEW YORK YANKEES
- Mickey Rivers. Reggie Jackson. Dave Winfield.
- 1949 BOWMAN BASEBALL
- 69 Tommy Henrich Yankees . . .
- 1950 Royal Stars of BB
- 12 Tommy Henrich. Yankees. □.
- New York Yankees All-Time Team
- May 1, 2010 Tommy Henrich (1937-42, 46-50) came into his own as a star for the Yankees in the 1940s but missed three prime years to WWII.
- 39 “Tommy” Henrich . . .
- This Date In Baseball
- Tommy Henrich and Joe DiMaggio each had four hits. 1957 — Warren Spahn of the Milwaukee Braves recorded his 41st career shutout with an 8-0 victory over the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
- MLB: Yankees Five Consecutive World Championships Started by Beating the Red Sox
- He scored when Tommy Henrich grounded out to second baseman Bobby Doerr. With the Yankees still leading by a run in the eighth inning, Red Sox manager Joe McCarthy hit for starter Ellis Kinder.
- MLB History: The Year the Indians Beat New York, Boston and Boston's Other Team
- Mickey Mantle, Yogi Berra, Tommy Henrich, Gene Woodling, Hank Bauer and Phil Rizzuto gave the Yankees the offensive edge. The Yankees won the 1947 World Championship. The Indians finished a distant fourth, 17 games behind.
- 10000 days of paying Omar Vizquel to play baseball
- 1948 Tommy Henrich of the Yankees belts his fourth grand slam of the year, tying a record held by Babe Ruth. 1950 Pee Wee Reese hits his only inside the park home run. 1951 Doc Crandall, the game's first relief pitcher, dies.
- MLB: The Yankees Dynasty Was Not During Steinbrenner's Era. It Was from 1927-53
- Earle Combs, Bob Meusel, Tony Lazzeri, Tommy Henrich, Charlie Keller, Red Rolfe, George Selkirk, Phil Rizzuto, Billy Johnson, Bobby Brown, Joe Collins, Johnny Mize and Johnny Hopp complemented the greatest Yankees to produce championship teams.
- Tommy Henrich Statistics and History - Baseball-Reference.com
- Career: 183 HR, .
- Tommy Henrich, Yankees Clutch Hitter, Dies at 96 - Obituary (Obit
- Dec 1, 2009 Mr. Henrich was a right fielder known as Old Reliable who helped propel the Yankees to seven World Series championships.
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