From dugouts to pit stalls, Steinbrenner tackles Indy 500

Sports 05/24/19, 01:37

George Steinbrenner IV still remembers the feeling of driving down the Major Deegan Expressway and seeing Yankee Stadium, the old ballpark in the Bronx seemingly rising from the horizon.It's the same feeling he experiences when he turns off Georgetown Road, passes through the tunnel beneath the front stretch and sees ...

Steinbrenner IV veers left away from baseball into IndyCar

Sports 03/27/19, 16:50

Instead of trying to be "the next George Steinbrenner," George Steinbrenner IV is trying to be "the next Roger Penske."He's part of baseball royalty, the grandson of late New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, and a slam-dunk applicant for a cushy job in one of the most storied franchises in ...

Joan Steinbrenner, wife late George Steinbrenner, dies at 83

Baseball 12/14/18, 13:38

Joan Steinbrenner, the wife of late New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, died Friday. She was 83.The Yankees said she died surrounded by family at her home in Tampa, Florida.Joan Steinbrenner held the title of Yankees vice chair.FILE - In this March 27, 2008, file photo, Joan Steinbrenner, wife of ...

Saved! Baines surprise pick for Hall, Lee Smith also chosen

Baseball 12/09/18, 22:47

Harold Baines was given a save as big as any Lee Smith ever posted.In a vote sure to spark renewed cries of cronyism at Cooperstown, Baines surprisingly was picked for the baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday after never coming close in any previous election."Very shocked," the career .289 hitter ...

Steinbrenner, Piniella, Johnson on Hall ballot next month

Baseball 11/05/18, 16:36

Late New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner, former managers Lou Piniella, Davey Johnson and Charlie Manuel, and six players headed by Lee Smith are on the 10-man ballot for the baseball Hall of Fame's Today's Game Era committee to consider next month.Harold Baines, Albert Belle, Will Clark, Orel Hershiser and ...

Dave Anderson, sports columnist, Pulitzer winner, dies at 89

Sports 10/04/18, 12:35

Dave Anderson, a genteel sports writer whose elegant, descriptive prose won a Pulitzer Prize for commentary as a columnist for The New York Times, died Thursday. He was 89.He died at an assisted living facility in Cresskill, New Jersey, the Times said. He worked at the newspaper from 1966 to ...

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