On September 21, 2008, Bernie Williams shall make his return to Yankee Stadium to take part in the pre-game festivities before the last game ever played there.
Bernie was spotted at Robinson Cano’s Foundation Fundraiser at Frankie & Johnny’s Pine Restaurant in The Bronx, as he was preparing a musical number.
Bernie is now 40, and has never stepped foot in the Stadium since Brian Cashman refused to re-sign him after the 2006 season.
“It will bring me back to my first time in 1991, when I played my first game. It will be amazing. The fans are going to be great. I’m obviously very sad to the Stadium go – you have a lot of great memories – but you move on.”
How about the Yankees SIGN HIM to play those last three games, and have the fans something to CHEER about? Then the Yankees could finally retire #51.
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