Mussina, Schilling being stalked by mortality
Originally Published: August 31, 2007By Howard Bryant | ESPN.com
When the New York Yankees won the 2000 World Series, David Justice, a midseason acquisition from Cleveland, was the difference.The next year, when the Yankees lost the Series in seven games to the Arizona Diamondbacks, Justice went 2-for-12 with nine strikeouts. A month later, he was traded to the Mets and, a week later, he was traded again to Oakland. He played one season with the A's and just like that, at age 36, he was gone from the game.
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