Memo to Zuckerberg: Being a billionaire is cool. Being a billionaire and owner of the Yanks? Like!
Seriously? Could the Steinbrenner family really consider selling The Boss’ beloved franchise? “We don’t just talk to people on the street,” an emphatic Madden told Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton.
The Yankees honored Purple Heart recipient Megan Leavey and combat dog Sgt. Rex at Yankee Stadium before Sunday’s game.
What the Yankees probably didn’t plan on with CC Sabathia’s opt-out situation looming? Robinson Cano’s agent asking for a re-tooled contract, according to the New York Post.
Hank Steinbrenner said on Monday that he isn’t too happy with how the Yankees are playing. One can only wonder how he feels after the Bombers’ latest loss.
George Washington University announced Thursday that Yankees president Randy Levine will be the chairman of a new committee that will review the school’s teams and facilities and explore ways to raise the university’s national sports profile.
Remember when Hal Steinbrenner said things might get a little messy in negotiations with Derek Jeter? Does this count as messy?
With a big home game against the Texans coming up this Sunday, Jets head coach Rex Ryan gave his marching orders…to the fans!!!
Rex Ryan called out Jets fans on Wednesday, saying he wants every seat in the New Meadowlands Stadium filled by Gang Green’s opening introductions. Craig takes this as a slight, and says the Jets should score some points at home and then talk…
Brian Cashman and Derek Jeter were together in New York on Thursday night. Before attending former manager Joe Torre’s Safe At Home Foundation benefit, they couldn’t avoid contract talk.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman has traveled to Arkansas to meet with free-agent pitcher Cliff Lee. In addition, Hal Steinbrenner and Randy Levine met with Derek Jeter and his agent.
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.
General manager Brian Cashman, president Randy Levine and senior adviser Gene Michael were among the team officials participating in meetings with managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner.
Helped by price cuts among the most expensive seats, the Yankees’ home attendance went up 1.2 percent in the second season at their $1.5 billion ballpark.