Uno Memento

As noted on this site yesterday, both players and fans are itching to get their sticky fingers on a piece of good old Yankee Stadium before it comes down for good. Memories! Moose wants to buy the flagpole. Damon wants the foul poles. Those orders have been getting a good deal of play in the media. Thanks to an anonymous source in the Yankee front office, YFSF has learned about some other requests:

-Carl Pavano: First-Aid kit
-A-Rod: Clubhouse mirror
-Paul O’Neill: Dugout water cooler
-Willie Randolph: A job
-David Wells: Babe Ruth monument
-Reggie Jackson: Reggie Jackson plaque
-Derek Jeter: The sound of Bob Sheppard’s voice
-John Sterling: The sound of his own voice
-Rudy Giuliani: Ronan Tynan

5 comments… add one

  • HA! Good list. To add (that’s what you wanted, right?)…
    Mariano Rivera – The bullpen and the “Enter Sandman” CD

    nettles September 23, 2008, 1:48 pm
  • Melky Cabrera – All of those (useless) GOT MELKY? T-shirts from the Yankees store.
    Joe Torre – His hidden stash of Bigelow Green Tea.
    Robinson Cano – His swing. He knows it’s somewhere in the stadium, he just can’t find it.
    Bobby Abreu – A piece of the RF wall. While his agent will be trying to find a team that does not have a RF wall in their home stadium for ’09, he can use part of the wall to practice just in case.
    Sorry YF, I had to chime in.

    John - YF September 23, 2008, 2:01 pm
  • Thanks for pitching in. Good stuff. The more the merrier.

    YF September 23, 2008, 2:07 pm
  • -Johnny Damon: His throwing arm
    -Bernie Williams: Guitar case
    -Billy Martin: Home plate and infield dirt to cover it up
    -Roger Maris: The real single season home run record
    -Bucky Dent: His pre-1978 middle name
    -Aaron Boone: His pre-2003 middle name
    -Don Mattingly: His mustache (from Jason Giambi)
    -Bleacher Creatures: Their less-expensive seats to bring to the new park

    Phil-SF September 23, 2008, 2:57 pm
  • Wouldn’t Giuliani really prefer the physical object of seat #9 in row 11?

    SF September 23, 2008, 3:49 pm

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