"Make 'em pay. Make 'em pay you a thousand dollars. Don't go help those people with their shows for coffee-and-cake money. You're the Yankees—the best. Make 'em pay you high."—Casey Stengel I first met Casey Stengel in the dugout at Shea Stadium when he was the manager and ring-master for the
With the start of the 2018 baseball season highly anticipated by fans of the sport, here for your reading pleasure is a flashback to the meager roots of perhaps the most illustrious franchise in baseball history. Enjoy Known as the Baltimore Orioles during the 1901 and 1902 seasons, the franchise went out
With baseball paying out bigger and bigger salaries and the sport continuing to expand its global reach, it is mind-boggling and consciousness-raising to flash back to its simpler times and simple origins as a professional sport, a time of the Cincinnati Red Stockings - baseball's first professional team. Attorney Aaron B.
With the NFL going down its home stretch, with baseball and spring training on the horizon, for your reading pleasure a flashback thru Yankee history to see some of the marker moments for the franchise focused on the varied and unusual spring training environments. 1905-1906: After spending two springs in Atlanta,
Welcome to 2018 and by popular demand, the third in the series of teasing, tantalizing, tough questions about the New York Yankees. Enjoy. And reminder, no peeking. If you get half the answers correct you are an All Star. 31. Who founded “Yankeeland Farm” in Frederick, Maryland after his playing career
With the “Baby Bombers” now part of the scene, with the Yankee future becoming brighter and brighter, with all the renewed interest in the franchise, herewith for your reading pleasure and edification some interesting sidebars that are part of the franchise history Yankees A reference with the name "Yankees” first appeared in