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Yankees fans boo Hal Steinbrenner, Brian Cashman during Paul O’Neill ceremony

Even as they were reliving the glory days and honoring a fan favorite, Yankees fans didn’t forget about their animosity for the franchise’s leaders. On Paul O’Neill Day, Hal Steinbrenner and Brian Cashman heard from the large and angry crowd about the team’s current...

Stephen A. Smith thinks Hank Steinbrenner is still alive in ‘trash’ Yankees rant

Stephen A. Smith’s fiery Yankees rant on Wednesday had one disturbing error. Smith ended his diatribe by going after Yankees manager Aaron Boone. Smith insisted that if the Mets make the World Series and the Yankees don’t that Boone would be fired. “Even Hank and...

Juan Soto trade talks may reveal how much Yankees’ Hal Steinbrenner really wants to win

As caretaker of a special team in 1998, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman correctly gambled at the trade deadline that he could win a title without giving Seattle what it wanted for Randy Johnson. Cashman now faces similar circumstances with the Nationals and...

Hal Steinbrenner has eyes on Yankees’ looming Astros challenge: ‘Concerned’

PITTSBURGH — The Yankees have the best record in the majors, but Hal Steinbrenner has his eyes on a familiar foe. “We all need to be concerned about Houston,” the Yankees managing general partner said on a Zoom call Wednesday. “They’re a very good...

Yankees’ Hal Steinbrenner has ‘no regrets’ about Aaron Judge predicament

PITTSBURGH — As he watches Aaron Judge having a potentially historic season en route to free agency, Hal Steinbrenner said Wednesday he has “no regrets” about not signing the slugger last offseason. “We made an offer that I feel was a very good one,”...

This Day in NY Sports: Gehrig speech, Steinbrenner birthday, no-hitter

July 4th features three big moments in New York Sports and Yankees history. The late George Steinbrenner was born in 1930. Hall of Fame Yankees first basement Lou Gehrig gives his famous "Luckiest Man" speech at Yankee Stadium in 1939. Pitcher Dave Righetti...
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