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Yankees 'Marching Through Georgia,' baseball-style

Who would have thought Joe Torre was such a prophet back in 1996? The Yankees lost the first two games of the World Series to the Braves at Yankee Stadium, but the ever-cool Torre promised Yankees principal owner George Steinbrenner he would bring the Series back to the Bronx by winning the three games at Atlanta. 721 more words

Kevin Millar: George Steinbrenner Flipped Off Red Sox Team Bus In 2003

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We all remember how it went down.

In Game 7 of the 2003 American League Championship Series against the Red Sox, Aaron Boone hit a dramatic walk-off homer in the 11th inning off Tim Wakefield, sending the Yankees to the World Series. 154 more words


Big Unit enjoyed time in Big Apple

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — Randy Johnson’s two seasons with the Yankees may not have been the finest hours of his remarkable career, but he has fond memories from his time in the Bronx. 586 more words

Keidel: Enough's Enough Already -- Steinbrenner Belongs In The Hall Of Fame

By Jason Keidel
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Those of us who entered the portal of puberty in the late 1970s or early ’80s were forever tethered to the Bronx Zoo Yankees, or, more specifically, their curator, George Steinbrenner. 663 more words


Happy Birthday, Cliff Johnson

Happy Birthday to Cliff Johnson, whose clubhouse incident with Goose Gossage put the Yankees closer on the Disabled List for two months.  George Steinbrenner traded him to the Cleveland Indians for Don Hood.  53 more words

My trade to the Cleveland Indians

George Steinbrenner tried to buy the Cleveland Indians in the early 1970’s, before he put together a deal for a little less than what Brett Gardner will make this year alone to buy the New York Yankees. 473 more words

Recollections Of My Baseball Career

RIP, George M. Steinbrenner

George M. Steinbrenner passed away five years ago today. He was the Yankee most responsible for ending the Horace Clarke Era and restoring the Yankee tradition of winning. 84 more words

Recollections Of My Baseball Career