The American League won yet another All-Star game last night in St. Louis, which stretched their current unbeaten streak to 14 seasons.
They are 13-0-1 over that span, with the only blemish being the absurd 7-7 tie witnessed in the 2002 game. That mockery eventually created the current system in which most fans despise—regardless of what Commissioner Selig would like to believe.
The winning streak of the American League All-Stars made me begin to ponder the greatest streaks in New York Yankees history.
As a result, I have created a list of the five most profound examples of “going streaking” in the illustrious history of the franchise, and would love to hear your additions, subtractions, feelings, and critiques.
I will see you all at the end, and remember to cover up if you see any police officers approaching!
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