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The monumental tribute to George Steinbrenner the Yankees unveiled Monday night is unquestionably the largest structure devoted to a player in Yankee Stadium's Monument Park. And it isn't even close.
High school football teams in southwest Florida will honor the late Yankees owner George Steinbrenner by placing his initials on their helmets this season.
But the levy is coming back with a vengeance in 2011, and it could cost ordinary folks a lot.
A moment of silence was held before the Class-A Tampa Yankees played Bradenton Sunday in a Florida State League game.
Sometimes we're remembered by the gifts we leave behind. Bob Greene writes about a former minor league player and the remarkable friendship forged by George Steinbrenner, the late owner of the New York Yankees.
Legendary New York Yankees owner George M. Steinbrenner III was laid to rest in a mausoleum following a private service Saturday in Trinity, Florida.
The family of George Steinbrenner placed a casket inside a mausoleum at a cemetery near Tampa on Saturday, four days after the death of the New York Yankees owner.
Demanding, vilified, legendary. "The Boss" of baseball, George Steinbrenner, turned 80 on the Fourth of July.
Nick Swisher provided the most fitting tribute to George Steinbrenner.
The New York Yankees held a tribute prior to Friday night's game against Tampa Bay to honor late team owner George Steinbrenner and former public address announcer Bob Sheppard.
The New York Yankees will take the field this evening with heavy hearts as they start the second half of their season with the first of a three-game series with the Tampa Bay Rays at Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees will resume their season at home Friday by honoring the memories of Steinbrenner, 80, and Bob Sheppard, 99, the Yankees' public address announcer. Steinbrenner died Tuesday, two days after Sheppard.
People in the Bay Area, who knew George Steinbrenner, will long remember his generous nature. 10 Connects Sports Anchor Dave Wirth, tells us of one Tampa couple, whose love of the New York Yankees led them to know the softer side of the Boss.
The closest family and friends of George Steinbrenner will reportedly hold a private funeral Saturday in Tampa, while a pregame rememberance will be held at Yankee Stadium on Friday.