HAL STEINBRENNER RUMORS

Yankees Owner Hal Steinbrenner: New York Not Eyeing Stephen Drew

The New York Yankees aren’t ready to make any knee-jerk reactions in light of some recent infield injuries. The Yankees’ infield is banged up, but owner Hal Steinbrenner suggested Tuesday that New York won’t sign free-agent shortstop Stephen Drew any time soon. “I’m pretty content with our infield right now,” Steinbrenner told reporters Tuesday in New York. “I think...
Via NESN.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Hal Steinbrenner: Yankees don't need Drew

The perilous depth of the Yankees infield was exposed when the team lost Francisco Cervelli to a hamstring injury. Joe Girardi was forced to play Carlos Beltran at first base against the Red Sox as the team was resting some of its veteran infielders. Nevertheless, expect the Yankees to stay put for now. Hal Steinbrenner recently stated that the team isn't looking for outside...
Via YanksinExile.com
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Steinbrenner Sold on Tanaka, But Not All of NY's Brass Is

It’s pretty clear that, with just a week left in the Masahiro Tanaka sweepstakes, the New York Yankees are all in. We’ve known that for a while now. But here’s what we didn’t know: not all of the Yankees staff members are all in. A few remain less than convinced. An anonymous Yankees source told the New York Post that he was still on the fence, saying, ...
Via YanksinExile.com
January 17, 2014  |  Discuss

Hal Steinbrenner: Yankees Have "Money to Spend"

You know that $189 million payroll cap that Hal Steinbrenner self-imposed? The one that’s caused us all to wonder how the Yankees will pay their free agent stars, sign the big name free agents, and deal with Alex Rodriguez’s potential cap crushing situation? The one we’ve all worried about? Turns out it’s a goal, not a mandate, and Steinbrenner himself was quick to...
Via YanksinExile.com
November 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Yankees Plotting to Spend $300M on FA's While Staying under Steinbrenner's Limit

Leave it to the New York Yankees to find a way to get some good ol’ fashioned spending done. While the talk has been on Hal Steinbrenner’s goal to reduce the total team salaries to $189 million this season, ESPN New York’s Andrew Marchland is reporting that the team is devising a strategy which would allow the squad to invest $300 million on a few marquee free agents. ...
Via YanksinExile.com
October 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Yankees: Hal Steinbrenner needs to be The Boss

Regrettably, the New York Yankees head into the postseason as observers and not players for the second time in the last 19 seasons. Hal Steinbrenner thanking the fans… (Photo credit: JeffreyPutman) So, along with the other 19 non-championship caliber teams, the Yankees only hope at winning a World Series again is next season, which starts with the off-season. Last off-season, the...
Via Lady Loves Pinstripes
September 29, 2013  |  Discuss

Open letter to Hal Steinbrenner: May we start calling you “Isiah?”

Dear madam or sir,If I were you, I’d buy one of those authentic Yankee Stadium $18 rain ponchos, the souped-up garbage bag liners, and wear it everywhere. Because vegetables could be flying, and some will be on target. Don't worry about tomatoes. But an acorn squash, that can really hurt.If I were you, I’d hire a taster. And a guy who carries caged canaries. And one of...
Via IT IS HIGH, IT IS FAR, IT IS caught
March 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Yankees Hot Stove: Another Hal causality

English: Hal Steinbrenner (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Just last week at the MLB owners’ meetings in Arizona inherited New York Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner gave fans hope when he told the Wall Street Journal and New York Post, “Is our goal 189 next year? Yes, but only if I’m convinced that the team I see we put together is a championship-caliber team.” Hal also said this...
Via Lady Loves Pinstripes
January 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Hal Frustrated As Yankees Fall Into 1st Place Tie

From Ken Davidoff: When Hal Steinbrenner attends a Yankees game, his presence doesn’t set flares around a 10-mile radius, as was the case with his late father. He flashed a smile Tuesday night at Tropicana Field, even as his ballclub continued the sort of meltdown we haven’t seen in this franchise’s rich history. But don’t confuse Hal Steinbrenner’s relatively easygoing...
Via Sliding Into Home
September 05, 2012  |  Discuss
A BRONX SALE

Are the New York Yankees for sale?

There is specualtion that, after the Steinbrenners saw how much the Dodgers sold for, that the storied franchise could be had for the right (and exorbitant) price. 

Via The Outside Corner
April 16, 2012  |  Discuss
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