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Tag Archives: Hal Steinbrenner
(Syndicated from Gotham Hub Baseball). In the past when George Steinbrenner spoke you listened, especially since they were comments that often generated news and sometimes tweaked people such as second-guessing the manager or referring to Dave Winfield as “Mr. May” in 1985. That’s a bygone era and the public comments from Yankee ownership, especially managing general partner ...
Hal Steinbrenner has recently been making the rounds and doing interviews with different members of the media. Here's what he had to say: • The biggest news: Hal says the Yankees have not and will not abandon the $189 payroll goal. "The math works to me if the young kids do their job," he said. "It has to ...
There has been another report that the Yankees will eventually drop their goals of lowering their budget to below $189 million this offseason. The report seems like mostly speculation and I have not totally bought into the idea that Hal Steinbrenner has abandoned it after working towards it for the past two offseasons. The idea behind ...
The Owners Meetings are going on this week which gave Ken Davidoff of the NY Post a chance to catch up with Yankees owner Hal Steinbrenner to ask him some question about the team and The Budget Boss stirred up some controversy. The biggest bombshell that he dropped was the news that the Yankees goal of ...
It only seems like the Yankees have missed out on every free agent, but technically they have signed three - Andy Pettitte, Mariano Rivera, and Hiroki Kuroda. Two of them were never in any danger of leaving and the other one has loved his time here which didn't help. Beyond them, though, it's been a mess. ...
The Yankees have now gone 19-25 since about a week after the All-Star break and have completely lost a 10-game lead in the American League East. It is enough to get owner Hal Steinbrenner's attention. “We’re all frustrated,” Steinbrenner told Ken Davidoff of the NY Post. “We’re all frustrated,” Steinbrenner repeated. “The fans are frustrated. I know ...
A story was published this morning by the NY Daily News that doesn't have any sources from the Yankees, but does have an unidentified source from within the banking industry that could be put up for sale in the wake of the Dodgers $2.175 billion sale. "There has been chatter all around the banking and financial ...
Hal Steinbrenner came out and confirmed the rumor yesterday that the Yankees were aiming to get the team's payroll under $189 million by 2014 when the luxury tax penalties increase. Today he took to ESPN New York's Michael Kay show to tell everyone that the Yankees are not "slashing" payroll. "I read a couple of the articles," ...