I have been a Bernie Williams fan for a long time. The Yankees were not a very good team back then, but Bernie was one of the few reasons to hold out hope for the future. The Yankees traditionally traded their prospects for veteran talent, but when George Steinbrenner faced a suspension from Major League Baseball, those fears were erased. Bernie earned the everyday center-field job in 1993 and has since played on four World Series winners, won a batting title, won an ALCS MVP Award, earned four Gold Glove Awards, and made five All-Star Game appearances. He is currently fifth on the all-time Yankees hit list behind four guys named Gehrig, Ruth, Mantle, and Jeter. He also has 22 post-season home runs, which was the most in baseball history (currently second all-time) until 2007. I am most proud of the fact that Bernie has played his entire career as a Yankee, and has done so in a very humble and professional manner. One day, his number 51 will shine forever on the Yankee Stadium left field wall.

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