“We stand today on the edge of a new frontier-the frontier of the 1960s, a frontier of unknown opportunities and perils-a frontier of unfulfilled hopes and threats.” ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Johnny Blanchard was a hard-hitting catcher and outfielder known as "Super Sub" who played in five consecutive World Series for the New York Yankees in the '60s. Blanchard was mainly a catcher but had little chance of breaking into the starting lineup because the Yankees already had Yogi Berra and Elston Howard. He set a major league record in July 1961 with home runs in four consecutive at-bats over three games; that record was equaled by Jeff Manto of the Baltimore Orioles in '95.
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