Jets rookie quarterback Geno Smith has chosen hip-hop star Jay-Z’s new sports agency to represent him.
Jay-Z, the Yankees and developer Bruce Ratner all joined forces to come up with one of those plans. Ratner joined us on The Couch alongside Randy Levine, president of the New York Yankees to talk about their idea for overhauling the event venue.
The club has “had several conversations with Roc Nation Sports about Robinson Cano’s future with the team,” Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner told reporters on Thursday, according to the New York Daily News.
The rapper and music mogul attended a meeting Thursday on Long Island, where the media was briefed on four proposals to renovate the arena and surrounding property.
Superstar second baseman Robinson Cano is being investigated by Major League Baseball about … what else? … potential ties to the Biogenesis clinic in Miami, according to ESPN.
“This is a guy who almost everything he touches turns to gold,” Assistant Managing Editor Rana Foroohar told 1010 WINS.
Voluntary workouts began on Monday morning, and players had to arrive at the Giants’ facility by 11:30 a.m. for their participation to count for the day. Victor Cruz was a no-show.
Jay-Z just released a blistering attack track, taking aim at the critics of his controversial trip to Cuba. But four lines of “Open Letter” jumped out to us here at the sports desk.
Jay-Z is looking to sell his small stake in the Brooklyn Nets so his player representation company can expand into the NBA, according to multiple reports.
Cano said he’s known Jay-Z since he was a rookie in 2005 and that he made the decision last weekend.
Though Cruz’s affiliation with Roc Nation Sports is not official, his decision to be represented by CAA is. The third-year player recently hired CAA’s Tom Condon to be his agent.
Former baseball star Jose Canseco said on Twitter that the second baseman “just gave the Yankees $100 million.”
They are still the Yankees, so expectations are high. But those expectations will quickly dissolve into disaster. Baseball in the Bronx will be memorable this year, but for all the wrong reasons.
Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano, slated for free agency after the 2013 season, is moving on from super-agent Scott Boras. He has signed on to be co-represented by Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation Sports.
A spokesman said the club has not operated since Superstorm Sandy flooded it and tore a hole in the roof, right around when its lease ended.