The Yankees believe Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg implied in remarks made to fans in Texas Thursday that he got one over on the storied franchise.
Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg traveled to Arkansas on Thursday and presented Cliff Lee with a “menu of multiple offers” in an attempt to persuade the prized pitcher to remain with the team he helped reach the World Series.
Why would Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg decide to take on the most prestigious franchise in the history of professional sports? I’m not sure, but I’m trying to figure it out.
Part owner of the New York Yankees, Hal Steinbrenner, joined Mike Francesa to discuss the offseason and the comments made by Chuck Greenberg.
Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg has apologized to Hal Steinbrenner for remarks he made during a radio interview. “I thought Yankee fans, frankly, were awful,” Greenberg said on KESN in Dallas.
Before his team lost in Game 5 of the World Series to the San Francisco Giants, Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg made some comments about his experience at Yankee Stadium during the ALCS.
Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg called out the Yankees’ “awful” fans on Monday. Craig Carton suspects that Greenberg is angling to retain Cliff Lee by casting New York fans in a bad light.