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Friday Question of the Day

Following the theme of purely random FQOTD, I’m curious to know what your most profound sports memory is?  Mine is the 1996 New Yankees World Series Championship.  That third out of game six is burned into my brain.

Although a closer runner up is when the Yankees beat the Red Sox in the ALCS, 2003 I was brought to tears.  As a matter of fact it was the year I got engaged to my ex-fiance and at a dinner party over New Years that year we went around the table and recounted our most memorable moments.  Instead of saying the greatest moment was getting engaged, I said my greatest moment from 2003 was the Yankees beating the Red Sox in the ALCS.  Yeah, that didn’t go over so well…


So what’s your most profound sports memory?

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