The Yankees have gone nearly 60 years without winning a World Series under a Republican president. The 'curse' coincides with former Yankees owner George Steinbrenner getting in trouble for making illegal campaign contributions to President...Show More Summary
Was it legal for Ronald Reagan to pardon George Steinbrenner? Was it legal for Richard Nixon to pardon Jimmy Hoffa? Was it legal for Bill Clinton to pardon Patty Hearst? Yes, yes and yes. Yet presidential pardon power is vast, but not limitless. As the Department of Justice makes crystal clear, the...
The president's powers are vast, but they are not limitless. Was it legal for Ronald Reagan to pardon George Steinbrenner? Was it legal for Richard Nixon to pardon Jimmy Hoffa? Was it legal for Bill Clinton to pardon Patty Hearst? Yes, yes and yes. Show More Summary
Darryl Strawberry says the Mets turned their backs on him, so he’s returning the favor.
A former shortstop, Michael rose to general manager under a mercurial George Steinbrenner and built powerful teams starting in the mid-’90s.
Joe Girardi remembers how much George Steinbrenner couldn't stand losing to the Mets.
There will be no bad blood between the Yankees and Derek Jeter if #2 becomes an owner of a rival MLB team... this according to George Steinbrenner IV. GS4 is the son of Yankees owner Hank Steinbrenner and the grandson of the late George…
Steinbrenner was often unsavory, but he deserves a spot in Cooperstown after collecting 11 American League pennants with the Yankees.
Selig and Steinbrenner could be linked in Cooperstown as part of the 2017 Hall of Fame class when the veterans committee votes on 10 candidates.
George Steinbrenner valued competence. He was all about getting the job done.
Mark McGwire is getting another swing at the Baseball Hall of Fame. The former slugger who admitted using steroids joins former commissioner Bud Selig, the late New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, former Dodgers pitcher Orel Hershiser and manager Davey Johnson, and five others on the Today’s...
Ranting man: Fuck George Steinbrenner now, fuck George Steinbrenner now! Passerby: But why? Ranting man: Don’t be an idiot! Because tomorrow will be too late! Fuck George Steinbrenner now! –Broadway & 63rd Overheard by: Mark
The Yankees suck. You knew this—their new policies prohibit print-at-home tickets, a move specifically designed to stop fans from reselling premium seats at below-face-value prices. When asked why, COO Lonn Trost said it’s to protect rich fans from having to sit next to the poors. Show More Summary
There’s a new conditioning addition to the Yankees’ spring training facility at George M. Steinbrenner Field.
The Yankees haven’t been fleeced like this since George Steinbrenner sent Jay Buhner to Seattle for Ken Phelps back in 1988.
Crain’s editors are correct: “The long-awaited overhaul of awful Penn Station comes a bit too soon” (Editorial, Jan. 11). In the 1980s and '90s, George Steinbrenner waged a... To view the full story, click the title link.
Do you think highly successful people like Vera Wang, Jeff Bezos, or even the late George Steinbrenner were born with a great business acumen? Not at all true. In fact, these people and many others who've found great success now had some big missteps along the way.
When Mikhail Prokhorov purchased the then–New Jersey Nets in 2010, he was hailed as the second coming of George Steinbrenner: a personality made for the tabloids, with deep pockets and a win-now mentality neatly summed up in his bold prediction upon becoming owner that the Nets would earn a title... More »
Billy Eppler rose through the New York Yankees front office as the reign of tempestuous owner George Steinbrenner wound down. He was no stranger to the clash of egos, personalities and opinions that can often strain an organization. So he wasn't about to be intimidated by the turmoil that preceded...
The genesis in 1980 of playing Sinatra’s triumphant song after Yankees’ home games was as much about the city as about George Steinbrenner or Sinatra himself.