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George Steinbrenner, who rebuilt the New York Yankees into a sports empire with a mix of bluster and big bucks that polarized fans all across America, died Tuesday morning.
Yogi Berra vowed he would never talk to George Steinbrenner again after the owner fired him as Yankees manager 16 games into the 1985 season.
Baseball fans across the nation tipped their caps Tuesday in tribute to the passing of one of sports' foremost icons.
He was baseball's bombastic Boss. He rebuilt the New York Yankees dynasty, ushering in the era of multimillion-dollar salaries and accepting nothing less in return than World Series championships. He fired managers. Rehired them. And fired them again.
He was baseball's bombastic Boss.
Bob Sheppard, whose elegant introductions of stars from Joe DiMaggio to Derek Jeter at Yankee Stadium for more than a half century earned him the nickname "The Voice of God," died Sunday. He was 99.
har-mon-i-ca: n. 1, a small rectangular instrument consisting of a row of free reeds set back in air. 2, a device that can contribute to the firing of a baseball manager.
"Anyone who is popular is bound to be disliked," Yogi Berra once observed. By his definition, the United States is very popular these days.