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Lou & George

I’m a Mets fan through and through but I’ll tell you what, there’s just something about the Yankees that I love.  I guess I have always appreciated the deep rooted history dating back to 1901 when they actually played as the Baltimore Orioles (not the same Baltimore Orioles as today), the simplicity of the classic pinstripe uniforms and the long list of baseball legends that has worn them.   673 more words

Public owners can sometimes lead to better business

When Mark Cuban bought the Mavericks in 2000, the franchise’s profile shot up the charts. Cuban’s outspoken personality  didn’t just make him the most recognizable NBA owner this side of Jerry Buss, it made the Mavericks, previously a fairly anonymous franchise without much history, instantly recognizable as one of the more public franchises in the league. 330 more words


Yanks Celebrate Douchiest Fake Holiday Yet, #SauvBlancDay

In the latest edition of “fuck this phenomenon where we have a brand new holiday for every single god damn noun that exists on planet earth,” we present National Sauvignon Blanc Day which we reasonably assume was created by some bougie French people that migrated to America. 205 more words


You shouldn’t have any betting in the locker room at all, whether it’s baseball or it’s horses. You can’t beat the horses. You can’t beat any kind of gambling because they have the odds. 7 more words

George Steinbrenner

Best Of Mike & Mad Dog: 1990 Interview With George Steinbrenner

NEW YORK (WFAN) — In a lengthy interview with Mike and the Mad Dog on June 25, 1990, Yankees owner George Steinbrenner began by revealing he was scrapping his usual blueprint and instead playing and developing young players. 253 more words


Sully Baseball Daily Podcast -February 13, 2016

A tweet I wrote about Billy Martin.

He was going to manage the @Yankees in 1990 before he was killed, setting in motion the events that led to Torre…

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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

I Miss Old Yankee Stadium

Last season, watching the New York Yankees was slightly strange and disconcerting. It felt like something intangible was missing, like some magic ingredient had been misplaced. 1,571 more words