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No Guts, No Glory:
NY Daily News isn’t letting denials from Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine stop their coverage of a Yankees sale that may never happen. Oh no. They’ve seemingly decided that they’re going all in on this one.
And for anyone that is unsure what going all in looks like in regards to this story, we’ll fill you in.
First, you dispatch Mike Lupica to the scene with a large bull horn to let everyone in the world know that the Yankees are would be crazy to not listen to offers for the franchise.
Here’s a taste of the Lupica bull horning just to wet your palate.
We constantly hear about the value of the Yankees, how there isn’t a sports team anywhere, at least in this country, as valuable. Ultimately, though, bottom line on that, it only matters if you sell. And if the Dodgers can sell for $2 billion, what are Steinbrenner’s Yankees worth once people start fighting over them?
So why wouldn’t they at least think about it?
The Yankees should sell because they can make a ton of money. We get i...
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The New York Yankees aren't for sale. Managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner said Thursday that his family has no intention of selling the historic franchise. Steinbrenner's comments come in response to a New York Daily News report, which said that rumors are swirling that Steinbrenner's family is looking into the possibility of selling the team. "I just...
The New York Daily News reports that the Steinbrenners are exploring the possibility of selling the team. Managing partner Hal Steinbrenner calls the report "complete fiction."
The New York Daily News dropped a bombshell on the baseball world late last night with their report that the Steinbrenner family was looking to sell the New York Yankees. According to the report, rumors have been swirling in MLB and New York banking circles that the team could soon be up for sell.
The reported reason why the Steinbrenner family would be interested in selling? The...
Hal Steinbrenner said Thursday a report that claimed he and his
family were considering selling the Yankees in the wake of the
recent record $2.175 billion Dodgers sale was "complete fiction."
The New York Yankees say they aren't for sale.
The Daily News reported Thursday that there were rumors in Major League Baseball and New York banking circles that the Steinbrenner family ''is exploring the possibility of selling the Yankees.''
Not so, says Yankees managing partner Hal Steinbrenner.
''It is pure fiction,'' he said. ''The...
Somewhere, there are sighs, screams, and sounds of heads smacking fine mahogany tables as Bill Madden and Michael O’Keeffe of the NY Daily News wafted out a story that the New York Yankees might be up for sale. Madden, who has many times been right on a story, but just as often not (remember, he said that contraction of the A’s and Rays was on the cusp...
Geroge Steinbrenner once compared the Yankees to the Mona Lisa. “Once you own it, you never sell it.” Apparently, his children did not always pay attention to his lessons.
Yesterday morning, the baseball world awoke to the shocking revelation in the New York Daily News that Hal Steinbrenner, who has taken over as managing general partner in the last few years, is exploring...
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Eh..it's possible, but kind of hard to believe. But if the Dodgers are worth $2 billion, hypothetically, what are the Yankees worth?
The New York Daily News reports that New York Yankees team CEO Hal Steinbrenner is exploring his options regarding his family owned baseball team. The paper quotes various sources as...
So earlier today there was a report in the Daily News that said there have been rumors that the Yankees might be looking to sell after the recent deal made to sell the Dodgers. Here's a little bit more from the article:Rumors are flying in Major League Baseball and New York banking circles that the family that has owned Major League Baseball's premiere franchise since Cleveland...
Journalists whine that bloggers make something out of nothing, but that was my reaction after reading today's Michael O'Keeffe and Bill Madden piece for the New York Daily News saying that the Yankees could be up for sale soon. Maybe I'm old-fashioned, but I think that sportswriters ought to have something more than hearsay and rumors and anonymous quotes before writing...
The New York Daily News made waves on Thursday, when they cited unnamed sources in publishing a story stating that the Steinbrenners were "exploring the possibility of selling the Yankees." With the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Dodgers recently, the Daily News reported that "experts estimate [the club] could be worth up to a stunning $3 billion." If you...