1. Yankees Must Look To Past To Solve Their Catching Future

    During the 1996 baseball season, the New York Yankees’ full-time catcher, a 31-year-old by the name of Joe Girardi, caught 124 games, batted a career-high ...

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  2. Coaching Ties Combine to Propel Giants to Success

    Tom Coughlin may be known as a successful football coach today, but during his senior year at Waterloo High School in Waterloo, NY, Coughlin reportedly passed a test that would allow him to gain entrance to a seminary school...

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  3. Wide Recievers and Defensive Coordinator Key To Giants' Playbook Success

    The biggest player changes for the Giants this off-season were on the offensive end; the biggest personnel shift came on the defensive end. How the Giants' playbook adjusts to these moves will determine how well the team does this season...

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  4. The Drive, The Catch, The Making of a Giants Fan

    The Drive: 83 yards in 2:39 against the undefeated New England Patriots. The Catch: Third and five on their own 44 yard line with 1:15 remaining...

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  5. 10 Questions For Eli Manning

    1. After an early exit in last year's playoffs, what do you believe will be the key to bringing your team deeper into the playoffs this season? 2. Which off-season signing do you believe was most important for your team? 3...

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  6. Giants Look to Offense, Coaching to Lead Them Back to Super Bowl

    As the defending Super Bowl champions, the New York Giants, the NFC's top seed heading into last season's playoffs, did not expect their run to end on Jan. 11...

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