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One of New York s most notorious sports figures wasn t an athlete but an owner, George Steinbrenner III, who micro-managed the Yankees to 11 American League pennants and seven World Series titles while hiring and firing management. During his 37 years as owner, The Boss became famous beyond the five boroughs for his stormy relationship with colorful managers (most notably One of New York s most notorious sports figures wasn t an athlete but an owner, George Steinbrenner III, who micro-managed the Yankees to 11 American League pennants and seven World Series titles while hiring and firing management. During his 37 years as owner, The Boss became famous beyond the five boroughs for his stormy relationship with colorful managers (most notably Billy Martin), instating a military-style grooming code (no beards allowed), inspiring a Seinfeld character, driving up players salaries to new heights, getting banned from baseball twice and building a new stadium for the Yankees. This e-single, comprised of articles curated from the New York Times archive, is a must-read for any Yankees fan or student of baseball.


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One of New York s most notorious sports figures wasn t an athlete but an owner, George Steinbrenner III, who micro-managed the Yankees to 11 American League pennants and seven World Series titles while hiring and firing management. During his 37 years as owner, The Boss became famous beyond the five boroughs for his stormy relationship with colorful managers (most notably One of New York s most notorious sports figures wasn t an athlete but an owner, George Steinbrenner III, who micro-managed the Yankees to 11 American League pennants and seven World Series titles while hiring and firing management. During his 37 years as owner, The Boss became famous beyond the five boroughs for his stormy relationship with colorful managers (most notably Billy Martin), instating a military-style grooming code (no beards allowed), inspiring a Seinfeld character, driving up players salaries to new heights, getting banned from baseball twice and building a new stadium for the Yankees. This e-single, comprised of articles curated from the New York Times archive, is a must-read for any Yankees fan or student of baseball.

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