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Granderson makes history in Bronx

Three homers in a game -- that hadn't been done at the new Yankee Stadium

Updated: April 20, 2012, 12:53 AM ET
By Andrew Marchand | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- The most famous three-homer game at the old place, and probably in baseball history, belonged to Reggie Jackson. Jackson encapsulated everything those old Boss Yankees represented -- from his flamboyance, to his all-or-nothing approach at the plate, to his ability to whip up some back-page barbs with just a few utterances.

Jackson's three World Series-clinching cuts in October 1977 are forever swings that represent George Steinbrenner's early glory as the Yankees' ...

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