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HAL STEINBRENNER RUMORS

New York Yankees looking for new hitting coach

The New York Yankees said goodbye to hitting coach Kevin Long last week and are already setting their sights on someone new. After a week of saying he was cautious to fire his employees, New York Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner decided Long’s eight season career (2007-2014) with the Yankees was over. Before he came to any conclusion, Steinbrenner talked about Long’s unfortunate...
Via isportsweb.com
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Why did the Yankees pass on Andrew Friedman? And why is Hal Steinbrenner like Hermey the Elf?

Yesterday, after hearing about how the Los Angeles Dodgers swooped up and signed Andrew Friedman, after firing GM Ned Colletti, I was natrually peeved. As my friend Sully put it, the Dodgers have back-to-back seasons making the playoffs, and they fire their GM, while the Yankees have back-to-back seasons, and give their GM a new contract. Good grief.I have had my eye on Andrew Friedman...
Via Subway Squawkers
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Hal Steinbrenner blames himself for New York Yankees offense

The 2014 season for the New York Yankees was without-a-doubt different from seasons in the past. Within months of the first half of the season key players like CC Sabathia and Ivan Nova were injured and out of the game. The Yankees suffered a major loss in July when it was learned 25 year-old Masahiro Tanaka wouldn’t make another appearance for the team until spring training, and...
Via isportsweb.com
18 days ago  |  Discuss

Some Takeaways On The Recent Hal Steinbrenner Interview

I realize that I am late to the party on this one, but I only just had a chance to view The Michael Kay Show's Hal Steinbrenner interview.  Kay and Don La Greca did a great job with the son of The Boss, asking tough questions that were answered, for the most part, pretty well.Some takeaways:1. When asked if he would shop the free agent market, Steinbrenner said that, the plan...
Via Lady At The Bat
23 days ago  |  Discuss

New York Yankees: Hal Steinbrenner, mostly unfiltered

New York Yankees managing general partner and co-chairperson Hal Steinbrenner had a marathon radio interview on ESPN Radio 98.7 FM’s The Michael Kay Show Wednesday afternoon. In it he answered each and every question thrown at him by Kay and co-host Don LaGreca. Most of the questions were answered to the fullest with very few vague or non-committal responses.During the 20-minute...
Via The Baseball Stance & Beyond
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Hal Steinbrenner finally speaks, and shows that he couldn't manage a one-car funeral

So Hal (Rip Van Winkle) Steinbrenner has finally woken from his summer slumber and spoken to the media for the first time in two months. He talked to Michael Kay on the Yankee broadcaster's ESPN New York radio show yesterday, a day after I wondered where the heck Hal was. But I think Hal would have made a much better impression by doing the interview in person, given that Kay...
Via Subway Squawkers
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Steinbrenner: Yankees expect a 'fit' A-Rod back next season

The New York Yankees seem to be softening their stance on Alex Rodriguez these days.With the reality of A-Rod's 162-game suspension ending after this season finally setting in, Hal Steinbrenner said for the first time that the Yankees fully expect him back in uniform for 2015."That's what he's planning for,'' Steinbrenner said. "And that's what...
Via The Other Paper
August 14, 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
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