Okay, so I stole this from Tuesday night's YES broadcast, but it was targeted toward Yankee fans; what interests me is what everyone else thinks.*
* So if you do happen to love the New York Yankees, you are hereby excused from this little exercise. And yes, we will be checking ID's at the door.
Anyway, with three active Yankees good bets for big milestones, YES asked viewers to choose which of those milestones they would most like to see: Derek Jeter's 3000th hit, Mariano Rivera's record-breaking save, or Alex Rodriguez's record-breaking home run.
I've got my favorite and you can probably guess which it is, but I don't want to influence any of the more easily-influenced among you, so I'll vote quietly and explain myself in the comments, in due time.
But of course the truth is that as a baseball fan, I hope to see all of them ...
Which of these Yankee milestones would you most like to witness in person?
Derek Jeter's 3000th hit (113 votes)
Mariano Rivera breaking Saves record (138 votes)
Alex Rodriguez breaking Home Runs record (142 votes)
I hope none of them do any of those things. (116 votes)
509 total votes