The year is 1977. The New York Yankees are coming off their loss to the Cincinatti Reds in the 1976 world series. The Yankees' manager Billy Martin and the owner, George Steinbrenner are ... See full summary »

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George Steinbrenner
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Billy Martin
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Reggie Jackson
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Gabe Paul
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Mike Forrest
Darby Brown ...
Cliff Johnson
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Dick Howser
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Graig Nettles
Scott Davidson ...
Bill Kane
Bob Dunsworth ...
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Bill Forchion ...
Elston Howard
Victor Franko ...
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Taxi Driver
Ryan Lee Gilbert ...
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The year is 1977. The New York Yankees are coming off their loss to the Cincinatti Reds in the 1976 world series. The Yankees' manager Billy Martin and the owner, George Steinbrenner are discussing on who should be on the team for next season. During the inaugural season of the free agent market, Steinbrenner was talking to Oakland Athletics star, Reggie Jackson about joining the Yankees. He accepted. Then, spring training began. Billy Martin at one time did not want to ride the bus with the rest of the team, which escalated into an argument between him and Steinbrenner. Written by John Wiggins

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10 July 2007 (USA)  »

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The cab driver that asks Reggie Jackson if he's coming to New York, is played by former Yankees All-Star first baseman Jason Giambi. See more »

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Although the series is set in 1977, this episode shows real footage of Yankee games played in 1978 such as the famous collision on May 12, 1978 between outfielders Reggie Jackson and Paul Blair, which allowed Amos Otis of the Royals to score a gamewinning inside-the-park home run. See more »

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