NEW YORK (WFAN) — Tino Martinez came to the Yankees in 1996 with big shoes to fill, trying to replace Don Mattingly.
But by the time Tino’s career was over he had helped the Yankees win four World Series championships and earned himself a plaque in Monument Park.READ MORE: Hip-Hop Improv Show 'Freestyle Love Supreme' Returns To Broadway
This week on a special edition of “30 With Murti,” brought to you by NYY Steak, Martinez discusses his career and specifically that magical season of 1996.
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