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Top 5 Worst Owners In Pro Sports

There have been some great owners in the history of American professional sports, but there have been some really terrible examples as well!

Check our totally unscientific and completely biased opinion of the worst owners in pro sports! 858 more words


Yankees Retire Joe Torre's No. 6

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The New York Yankees have retired four-time World Series champion manager Joe Torre’s No. 6.

Torre unveiled his number alongside those of 16 other retired numbers in Monument Park on Saturday at the start of a ceremony honoring the recently inducted Hall of Famer. 271 more words


High school football scores from Friday, August 22nd


Admiral Farragut 35, Moore Haven 7

Alonso 16, King 12

Apopka 43, Lyman 7

Atlantic Community 26, Santaluces 7

Bayside 34, Astronaut 14

Berean Christian 34, Boca Raton Christian 14… 524 more words


Yanks to Fete Steinbrenner Next

The venerable New York Yankees, after the ultra-successful whirlwind retirement tours of Mariano Rivera and Derek Jeter, have decided to follow up with a round-the-horn circuit by “The Boss”, the late George Steinbrenner. 667 more words

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Cashman: Retire captaincy with Jeter

Yankees general manager Brian Cashman believes that once Derek Jeter retires, the captaincy of the Yankees should retire as well.

Speaking to the Taylor Hooton Foundation’s fifth annual “Give A Hoot” benefit in a luxury suite at Yankee Stadium Sunday, Cash was asked who should succeed Jeter as team captain after his retirement. 268 more words

How Do I Boras? An Intimate Evening with Scott Boras

Earlier in the week, as some of the uncouth, unwashed masses went on and took in the Baltimore-Washington makeup game at Nats Park, I decided to get my learn on and headed on down to the Smithsonian Institute of Free, Old, and Occasionally Cool Things and Stuff* to take in one of their evening seminars: … 1,248 more words

George Steinbrenner on Being the Boss

Since former New York Yankees skipper Joe Torre managed to not mention longtime Yankees owner George Steinbrenner during his 28 minute speech as he was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame, it is worth recognizing “the boss”.