There will be professional hockey at Yankee Stadium in 2014. Two games will be played in the Bronx next season as part of the 2014 Coors Light NHL Stadium Series, the NHL announced on Wednesday.
“Between the hurricane and the snowstorm, we’re monitoring it,” Yankees chief operating officer Lonn Trost told WFAN host Mike Francesa on Tuesday. “It’s rougher than in years past. It’s rough for the Yankees.”
The Yankees are known for providing great theater in October — be it good or bad. Just ask Alex Rodriguez. Now the drama is coming to Broadway.
Lonn Trost was still fired up after the Bombers’ thrilling, 12-inning victory over the Orioles.
In what can best be described as a grab bag segment, the guys spoke about a number of topics. It started with Craig bringing up how Spike Lee caught a bat while attending a Yankee game over the weekend.
Memo to Zuckerberg: Being a billionaire is cool. Being a billionaire and owner of the Yanks? Like!
The Bleacher Creatures at Yankee Stadium will have to spend more cash for “the cheap seats” in 2012.
The COO of the New York Yankees stops by. Then we hear today’s “Moment.” Al Dukes revealed that he will be wearing knee-pads during today’s game. And as if that joke doesn’t already write itself, Al used his own words to dig his hole even deeper…
Lonn Trost is the Yankees’ Chief Operating Officer and he joined Boomer & Craig this morning to talk about the “Inaugural New York Yankees/New Era Pinstripe Bowl Charity Golf Tournament,” which takes place today (5/9) at Forsgate Country Club in Monroe Township, NJ.
Instead of the strains of “New York, New York,” fans at Yankee Stadium will hear a different tune on Saturday.
In the team’s first offseason following the death of owner George Steinbrenner, New York has said its top priorities are re-signing Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte.
Mary Jane Schriner is frustrated. She has nearly two dozen letters from college-age George Steinbrenner detailing his still-forming personality, and the Yankees are blocking her from publishing them in a book.
The Yankees are blocking a 77-year-old woman from publishing letters written to her from a college-age George Steinbrenner more than a half-century ago.
Everybody seems to hate the Jets, and Craigie is loving it. But can Gang Green use the negative chatter as fuel to tear up the league?