NEW YORK (WFAN) — Mike Stanton pitched 19 years in the major leagues and was a key member of a stellar bullpen that helped the Yankees to three straight World Series wins from 1998 to 2000.
Stanton came up in the Atlanta Braves organization and pitched in the postseason every year between 1991 and 2002, with the 1994 strike year being the only exception. He earned two victories for the Yankees in the 2000 Subway World Series against the Mets.
Now a TV analyst for Houston Astros games, Stanton spends some time talking about his well-traveled career on this week’s “30 With Murti” presented by NYY Steak, 7 W. 51st St.
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