Everybody liked Hank because he was not afraid to take jabs at his father and because there were no airs about him. He was anything but the prototypical rich man’s kid. He always wore a sport jacket, but almost never wore a tie. A chain smoker, there was a quiet intensity about him. He desperately wanted to be his own person which is why, after the ’86 season, he had to get out from under his father’s ever- looming shadow and retreated to the family horse farm in Ocala to carve his own niche as a respected breeder. The breaking point in ‘86, he would later say, was when, over the fervid objections of Woodward and Piniella, the Boss traded the Yankees’ No. 1 pitching prospect, Doug Drabek, to the Pirates for Rick Rhoden, a pitcher nine years his senior.