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Why The Subway Series Doesn’t Mean Anything Anymore

inter-league play began in 1997, New York City was ready to play ball.

The city was about to be split up between two teams that were eager to gain bragging rights and claim the city to be theirs.

The Subway Series between the New York Yankees and New York Mets used to be one of the most exciting rivalries in baseball.

There was the Roger Clemens-Mike Piazza incident.

Then Jose Reyes and David Wright came into the picture, being labeled instantly as one of the best short stop, third basemen combinations in the Major Leagues.

There was also the Francisco Rodriguez single-season saves record, which to some fanatics put him on Mariano Rivera status for a while.

Now that we are in the year 2010, lets ...

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