The Yankees Have Struck Early & Often in Free Agency
I can honestly say that in the 30+ years that I have been following Major League Baseball, I do not recall a pre-Winter Meetings flurry of free agent movement as I’ve witnessed over the past couple of weeks. The dominoes are falling at breakneck speed. While normally, it is not uncommon for fringe players to accept offers...
Does July 1st 2004 mean anything to you? If you are a diehard New York Yankees fan it should.
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As Banksy's month-long takeover of New York's streets enters its final day Thursday, the so-called graffiti artist headed over to Yankee Stadium and left one of his celebrated tags across the street from The House That Jeter Built last night. The work, according to his website, is called Bronx Zoo and is located across the street from the baseball stadium at East 162nd...
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The New York Yankees grounds crew was caught unprepared during Monday night's game as they had trouble rolling out the tarp when a sudden rainstorm hit Yankee Stadium.
It happened in the fourth inning when a sudden downpour forced the umpires to call for a rain delay. The field was already fairly wet by the time the grounds crew...
George Steinbrenner(Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The New York Yankeeshot stove has felt more like an icebox this off-season, and every one wants to know why.
As this winter has been full of mix messages, causing a wave of emotions amongst Yankee fans with some sad, others angry and the rest remain in complete denial.
While other MLB ball clubs are getting stronger, faster and younger...
The latest rumor swirling around Yankee Universe is not a potential signing of a big name free agent to fill one of the team’s numerous holes.
September 20, 2010 – G. Steinbrenner tribute at Yankee Stadium.(Photo credit: ladylovespins)
It has been reported by the New York Times that media giant News Corp is close to a deal to own a minority share of the YES Network. The price...
In Trinity, FL, some 1,144 miles south of Yankee Stadium, George Steinbrenner, aka “The Boss”, is rolling over in his grave wondering how the Yankees could blow a 10 game lead. While there is still plenty of baseball left, “The Boss” would’ve never let it get this interesting. At the 5 game mark, Steinbrenner would’ve invited himself into the clubhouse for a good ‘ol...
From Joel Sherman:“I had a meeting with Hal [Steinbrenner] and Randy [Levine, Yankees president] at the owners meetings [in May], and I certainly did not get any indication from them that there will be any dramatic changes in how the Yankees do business,” Boras said by phone.
And Boras did not sound like he would have much sympathy for the Yankees trying to go frugal. He cited...
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."
George Steinbrenner's daughter had a tough day in pinstripes.
Jennifer Steinbrenner Swindal hurt her leg running out an infield grounder Friday and had to leave the first game of the New York Yankees' fantasy camp for women.
The Yankees vice chair was injured during her first at-bat at the team's spring training complex. The main field at the site is named for her late...
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January 13, 2012