Lou Piniella

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Current Yankees Turmoil Making ‘The Bronx Zoo’ Years Look Tame

Yankees broadcaster Suzyn Waldman said of the acrimonious Yankees: “This is uncharted territory.”


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Keidel: Derek Jeter The Greatest Yankee Ever? He’s Not Even In The Top 5

If you want those of us who eulogized Jeter last year to apologize, you got it. I’m sorry. But to bend the other way and embalm the man in faerie dust is equally misguided. He’s great, just not the greatest.


Yogi Berra, Whitey Ford, Reggie Jackson.  (credit: Mike McCann)

Yankees Announce Lineup For 66th Old Timers’ Day

The New York Yankees have announced that nearly 50 former Yankees will attend the 66th annual Old Timers’ Day at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, July 1st.


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B&C Morning Show: ‘Sweet’ Lou Piniella Loves What He’s Doin’

He resigned/retired as the manager of the Chicago Cubs in 2010 to care for his mother, but the 68-year-old still has his mitts in the game.


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A-Rod Homers, Yankees Beat Phillies, 7-4

Alex Rodriguez hit a home run and collected three hits in his spring debut as the Yankees defeated the Phillies, 7-4 on Sunday.


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B&C Morning Show: Preparing For Piniella’s Return And Boomer’s Passing

The guys dismissed the notion that Piniella could be a threat to Joe Girardi’s job security, first and foremost because of his elevated age.


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Keidel: Joe Torre Is The Real Story

Perhaps you felt the same way when you clicked on your television yesterday around noon to watch the Yankees’ yearly rendition of Old Timers’ Day: overwhelmed with waves of nostalgia.


New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi, left, reacts with former Yankees managers Lou Piniella and Joe Torre, right, during Old Timers' Day ceremonies on Sunday, June 26, 2011, at Yankee Stadium in New York. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun)

Torre, Piniella Happily Retired

Lou Piniella and Joe Torre at the 65th Yankees Old Timers’ Day, were equally emphatic about being satisfied with decisions to retire as a big league managers.


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Torre, Cox, Piniella Honored By BBWAA

Joe Torre, Bobby Cox and Lou Piniella have been honored by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America for their long careers.


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Lou Piniella Invited To Yankees Old-Timers’ Day

Piniella was at a New York Yankees’ fantasy camp on Thursday and spent about 30 minutes talking with team co-chairman Hank Steinbrenner.


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Cubs Squash Girardi Rumors, Hire Quade

The Chicago Cubs picked Mike Quade as their new manager Tuesday, choosing to go with the guy who ran the team well for the last six weeks of last season rather than a higher-profile name.


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Girardi: Focus Is On Yankees, Not Cubs

Yankees manager Joe Girardi says he has a number in mind, and it’s not 1908.


Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella reacts as he waves to the crowd before the start of a baseball game against the Atlanta Braves, Sunday, Aug. 22, 2010, in Chicago. Piniella says he is retiring after the game so he can spend more time with his family. The 66-year-old manager made the announcement in a release handed out by the team before the game. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh)

Lou Piniella Waves Goodbye To Baseball

After all the wins, all the losses and all those arguments, Lou Piniella clearly felt it was time to leave. Saying the final goodbye after a half-century in baseball, that was the hard part.


Lou Pinella

Lou Pinella Retiring After Sunday’s Game

Piniella said last month he planned to retire at the end of the season and reiterated his plans just Saturday. But he missed four games in August to be with his mom in Florida and decided this weekend his divided attention wasn’t helping anyone.



Sour Sunset For Sweet Lou

According to the Chicago Tribune, Lou Piniella is considering retirement as manager of the Cubs after this season. “I do know this will be my last managing job,” Piniella told the Tribune. “I do know […]