Homer Bush

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Homer Giles Bush

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Part of the New York Yankees 1998 championship squad, Homer Bush batted a scorching .380/.421/.465 in 45 games (71 at bats), then made two pinch running appearances in the Fall Classic. Homer was part of the Yanks offering to the Toronto Blue Jays for Roger Clemens prior to the next season, along with pitchers Graeme Lloyd and David Wells. In his lone season of regular activity, 1999, Homer hit .320/.353/.421 in 128 games. His bat cooled considerably in 2000 and he was gone from the bigs after 9 games back in the Bronx in 2004. A regular at Yankee Old-Timer's Day festivities, he resurfaced in the game as a coach for the Eugene Emeralds in 2014.

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