Acquiring Paul O’Neill for Roberto Kelly in November 1992 was the first big move of Gene Michael’s tenure. O’Neill fondly remembers the former Yankees GM. As told to The Post: Gene was the first person I talked to when I was traded to the Yankees and the reason I came to New York. I always...
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