Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Glenallen Hill first check to Radomski March 2001. Was not on Yankees after 2000. (Batted .000 in the Series)

"For the investigation, Radomski produced one check from Hill for $3,200, dated March 14, 2001," Regarding Glenallen Hill's 2000 World Series performance: Over all 5 games:
  • 3   3  0  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  .000  .000  .000  0
From Baseball-Reference.com
  • Nevertheless, you see the exact opposite written, such as this from the Santa Cruz Sentinel:
"SANTA CRUZ -- Hometown hero Glenallen Hill -- a key player on the New York Yankees' 2000 World Series championship team -- was named in the Mitchell report released Thursday."
  • A "key player" on the World Series team? Over the 5 games he had 3 at bats, got no hits, no walks, nothing.
Posted on this blog 1/18/08.

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  • What about the 16 home runs he hit during 40 regular-season games after the Yankees acquired him that summer? I would say those were pretty key to the Yankees' pennant race, no? Just because a guy didn't hit in the World Series doesn't mean he didn't matter. Otherwise, Bernie Williams and his career .208 BA in the World Series would render him as a minor cog in the title teams.

    By Blogger Mark, at 4:49 PM  

  • My first point was that Hill's first check to Radomski wasn't until March 2001 by which time he was no longer a Yankee. My second point was the reference in the newspaper to his participation in a world series team.

    By Blogger susan mullen, at 5:14 PM  

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