There are moments when you see the value of a player, their true character and grit, that you never forget. It was in Game 4 of the 1998 ALCS that Orlando Hernandez – El Duque – became one of my favorite Yankees of all time. With 114 regular-season wins in their rear-view mirror, and having blown through the Texas Rangers in the ALDS, the Yankees had their hands full with the Cleveland Indians and their loaded lineup. They won the first game, but lost the second game famously when Chuck Knoblauch let the ball roll away. They landed in Cleveland, and Andy Pettitte got rocked. He didn't make it out of the fifth inning.All of a sudden, the Yankees were behind for the first time since early April. The media was in a frenzy. They couldn't talk enough about the 1954 Cleveland Indians who won...

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