Ramiro Mendoza

With Yankees: (1996-2002, 2005) Mendoza spent his first seven seasons in New York, establishing himself as one of the Yankees' more reliable middle relievers. Mendoza won four World Series rings with the Yankees (1996, 1998, 1999, 2000). He had a 54-34 record and 4.10 ERA during his time with the Yankees. With Red Sox: (2003-2004) Mendoza signed with Boston after the 2002 season. In his two years with the Red Sox, Mendoza went 5-6 with a 5.73 ERA, pitching primarily out of the bullpen. He appeared in two games during the 2004 ALCS for the Red Sox, earning the loss in Game 3, as New York allowing two inherited runners to score and giving up a run of his own to earn the loss. The Red Sox went on to win the World Series that year, however, and Mendoza became one of a select few players to win a World Series ring with both the Yankees and the Red Sox. Advantage: Yankees TED S. WARREN / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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