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This will be the first postseason without the Red Sox or Yankees since the MLB Wild Card was instituted, back in 1994. Rumors that Major League Baseball is creating a ninth Wild Card spot for American League teams are unsubstantiated.
Thursday night, the Yankees will host the Orioles for their final 2014 regular season in New York. Barring an incredible, miraculous collapse by everyone they’re chasing for a Wild Card spot, there will be no postseason for the Yankees, and that means tomorrow will be Derek Jeter’s last game in pinstripes. But the people at today’s afternoon game may actually be the lucky ones, depending on the weather.
Five years from now, the Yankees’ icon will be eligible for the Hall of Fame — and if any player deserves to be on every ballot, it’s him. But because the BBWAA is sprinkled liberally with dolts, squeezecrabs and clods, he likely won’t go in unanimously.
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