Feb 12, 2014

Yankee Owner George Steinbrenner Dead at 80

Yankee Owner George Steinbrenner Dead at 80

"The Boss" suffered a massive heart attack and died Tuesday morning.

Jul 13, 2010

The Sports World Reacts to George Steinbrenner's Death

The Sports World Reacts to George Steinbrenner's Death

In the minutes and hours after news broke that George Steinbrenner had died, the sports world stopped to react to the Yankee Owner's passing.

Jul 13, 2010

Steinbrenner's Sin Was Caring Too Much

Steinbrenner's Sin Was Caring Too Much

The Yankees and baseball each changed dramatically thanks to Steinbrenner.

Jul 14, 2010
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By Juan DeJesus

Tears, Reflection as NYC Mourns Steinbrenner

George Steinbrenner, the controversial but beloved "Boss" who turned around the... See Full Gallery

Jul 13, 2010
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By Jerome McClendon

A Look Back: George Steinbrenner's Career

George Steinbrenner, who rebuilt the New York Yankees into a sports empire died... See Full Gallery

Jul 13, 2010

Remembering Steinbrenner: "Winning Is Emotional to Me"

Remembering Steinbrenner: "Winning Is Emotional to Me"

The Boss tells why he never liked finishing second. And a look back at his winning moments.

Jul 13, 2010

Fans Remember a Yankee Legend

Fans Remember a Yankee Legend

Whether you liked him or not, he was a champion -- and he brought winners to New York.

Jul 13, 2010

"The Essence of Leadership": The Boss Remembered by Fans and Colleagues

"The Essence of Leadership": The Boss Remembered by Fans and Colleagues

Political leaders, fans and New Yorkers react to Steinbrenner's death.

Jul 18, 2010

Steinbrenner Family Mourns as Yanks Honor Old-Timers

Steinbrenner Family Mourns as Yanks Honor Old-Timers

As the Boss was laid to rest, the Yankees paid tribute to Steinbrenner.

Jul 16, 2010

Koch on the Good, the Bad of George Steinbrenner

Koch on the Good, the Bad of George Steinbrenner

Former Mayor Ed Koch tells it like it is about the legendary Yankees owner. He also discusses why 2010 is a great year to die.

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