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New York Yankee "Captain" May Have Led Miami Marlins To Ruin
New York Yankee "Captain" May Have Led Miami Marlins To Ruin
New York and Florida have always seemed to have a strong connection, especially amongst part-time residents of each state. When New York Yankees Hall of Fame shortstop, Derek Jeter became a part-owner and CEO of the Miami Marlins franchise, many thought that connection was perfect for the struggling franchise waiting to take off with new ownership. Many, including myself, were wrong about that.
Was New York Legend's Departure From Miami Due To Lockout Stance?
Was New York Legend's Departure From Miami Due To Lockout Stance?
February 28th is not the date that baseball executives resign from their positions without some deep, even drastic reasons. Baseball lifers, like New York Yankees Hall of Famer, Derek Jeter are anxiously anticipating the start of season, not dreading it. So, why did Derek Jeter walk away from his CEO position and 4% ownership stake from the Miami Marlins? Could it have been a result on the Marlins' small market ownership stance on the Major League Baseball lockout? Could Derek Jeter's player DNA gotten the best of him during the tense negotiations?
Former Albany-Colonie Yankee That 'Saved' Jeter Passes Away
Former Albany-Colonie Yankee That 'Saved' Jeter Passes Away
As Yankees legendary shortstop Derek Jeter tells it, in the spring of 1992 Williams stood up for, a then 19-year-old, Jeter against an older veteran infielder that was hazing the newcomer. Jeter said that Williams 'saved' him. That moment cemented a life-long friendship. On Monday, it was Jeter that made the announcement of Gerald Williams passing on Twitter.
Buster Olney On The Marlins Outbreak And Joe Kelly’s Suspension [AUDIO]
Buster Olney On The Marlins Outbreak And Joe Kelly’s Suspension [AUDIO]
ESPN MLB Insider Buster Olney has been very concerned about the effects that the COVID-19 pandemic would have on the MLB season. Just a week ago he seemed to be getting more and more excited and even a little positive regarding hopes of seeing at least some baseball this year. With the outbreak of at 18 members of the Miami Marlins does Buster feel like his original fears have been confirmed?
The Yankees Are About To Play Either The Phillies, Orioles Or No one?
The Yankees Are About To Play Either The Phillies, Orioles Or No one?
The New York Yankees were supposed to be playing game two of a four game home and home series against the Philadelphia Phillies tonight but thanks to COVID-19 tonight's game is postponed. There are now at least 17 members of the Miami Marlins who just played the Phillies who have tested positive for the coronavirus. So the league is being cautious and not playing in Philly again tonight. Which means there's a lot of questions about who, where and if the Yankees will be playing again any time soon.
Is Jorge Posada The Next Manager of The Marlins? [AUDIO]
Is Jorge Posada The Next Manager of The Marlins? [AUDIO]
When New York Yankees great Derek Jeter took over as CEO of the Miami Marlins some people thought he was going to wave a magic wand and turn the Marlins back into a championship team overnight. Sadly there were many "business decisions" that came first. Top players and even former players serving as executives were let go to make the team more profitable. So why would Jeter bring in fellow "Core Four" member Jorge Posada? I think there's a plan in place to make him the manager of the team and Time Reynolds of the Associated Press seems to agree.

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