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  • "But I listened to my coach," he said, referring to third-base coach Dave Anderson.

    The Seattle Times

  • The only differences seem to be a Toyota ad behind the left- field grandstands, and three tiny electronic boards, one under centerfield, and one each under the first- and third-base overhangs.

    The Park Where Nobody's a Cynic

  • Grounds crews have even been known to alter the slope of the first-base and third-base paths, depending on the opponent.

    The Curious Case of the Soggy Dirt

  • It was a bold, aggressive play, but the third-base coach knew that only a perfect relay throw would nail Cano at the plate.

    One Season

  • Couple that with the fact that long before Willie Randolph was a manager, he was a Yankees second baseman, a co-captain, then bench and third-base coach after his retirement, and...

    One Season

  • Steaming around second, Cano picked up third-base coach Rob Thomson, who without hesitation, waved him around third.

    One Season

  • Rolling slowly, the baseball found its resting place between the mound and the third-base line, where to the delight of the ghosts of Yankees past and the present crowd, it died a happy death.

    One Season

  • A few minutes later, he ran toward the third-base line, lowered his hand as if to pick up a bunt and threw to first base.

    Capuano Plays Mind Games

  • The fourth hit was almost identical to the third: a dribbler that barely went 15 feet down the third-base line, equivalent to a bunt—and again, just out of reach of Reynolds, who threw the ball away as the Yankees scored a badly needed insurance run to give them a 5-3 lead.

    Jeter Tallies Four Hits in Win

  • Tuesday, with a goal on the third-base line and one in right field.

    Einhorn's Mets' Deal Gets MLB Review


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