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 New York Black Yankees
After playing its first four seasons as an independent the Black Yankees entered the Negro National League in 1936 and remained there until the league folded after the 1948 seasons.
Despite their dismal record the Black Yankees remained one of black baseball's "glamour" franchises principally because of its home field, Yankee Stadium, and the high visibility the park offered to visiting Negro League teams.
The team enjoyed excellent attendance at its home game in Yankee Stadium, but its fortunes on the field were less impressive. /teams/New_York_Black_Yankees.html

 SportSpyder - New York Yankees News Headlines And Articles
Lindblad pitched 14 seasons, his last game coming for the New York Yankees against the in the 1978 World Series.
Lindblad pitched 14 seasons, his last game coming for the New York Yankees against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 1978 World Series.
We are not endorsed by or affiliated with the New York Mets, New York Yankees, Major League Baseball, New York Giants, New York Jets, National Football... /teams/mlb/yankees   (491 words)

 New York
Black Yankees
The New York Black Yankees played as an independent team for its first four seasons.
The team was owned by entertainer Bill "Bojangles" Robinson and New York businessman James "Soldier Boy" Semler.
Some of the greats were Clint Thomas, Fats Jenkins, DeWitt "Woody" Smallwood, Barney Brown, "Crush" Holloway and the power hitter George "Mule" Suttles. /by-team-new-york-black-yankees.html   (491 words)

 yankees black: New York Black Yankees - Negro Leagues
NEGRO LEAGUE BASEBALL COMMEMORATIVE FITTED CAPS 1935 New York Black Yankees Play: 13 seasons, 1936- 48 The New York Black Yankees were co-owned by financier James "Soldier Boy" Semler.
Site Search: ALL words ANY words New York Black Yankees 1936-48 The New York Black Yankees were co-owned by financier James "Soldier Boy" Semler and famed toe-tapper Bill "Bojangles".
New York Black Yankees, Charles Cooper of The New York Renaissance basketball team Discrimination barred African-American athletes from white teams, /yankees-black.html   (491 words)

 Member - Pro Football Hall of Fame
Ray was also an outstanding end for nine seasons, most of them with the New York Giants, before he started coaching.
When Ray returned to civilian life after World War II, he opted to join the New York Yankees of the newly formed All-America Football Conference and there he won two straight divisional crowns.
1936-1942 Boston/Washington Redskins, 1946-1948 New York Yankees (AAFC) /hof/member.jsp?player_id=68   (491 words)

 Famous Alumni
Other major shows included his New York debut "Johnny No-Trump" (1967) followed by "The Boys in the Band", "The Front Page", "The Grass Harp", "P.S. Your Cat is Dead!" and "Home Front" (1985), among others.
He had three 20 win seasons, capped by 22-9 for the Yankees in 1980 (to earn AL All-Star Team status) and was in three World Series.
Hockey Hall of Famer who was President/general manager of the New York Islanders when they won four straight Stanley Cups (1980-83). /~uaato/famousalumni.htm   (491 words)

 Let Them Play: Santa Clara University Football
The NFL had a team named the "New York Yankees" during the 1927 and 1928 seasons.
The original members of the AAFC were Brooklyn Dodgers/NY Yankees, Buffalo Bills, Chicago Hornets, Los Angeles Dons, Baltimore Colts, Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers.
The AAFC operated as an independent professional league from 1946 to 1949. /nfl.htm   (491 words)

 New York Yankees : Roster : Manager and Coaches
began his coaching career in 1997 with a two-year stint (1997-98) as the pitching coach of the Gulf Coast Yankees (R) and spent the following two seasons (1999-00) as the pitching coach of the Class-A Tampa Yankees.
Enters his ninth season as a coach in the Yankees organization and his first as a special pitching instructor with the Major League squad...
in 2004, led the Yankees relievers to a 31-15 record, second best in the American League behind only the Anaheim Angels (34-15)... /NASApp/mlb/team/coach_staff_bio.jsp?c_id=nyy&coachorstaffid=119263   (270 words)

 Baseball's Savior - A New York Yankees Baseball Blog
While this was a touch down from their seasons at the Polo Grounds in 1920 through 1922, the Yankees were still the only to team to ever draw a million fans, and this was their fourth year in a row doing so.
The good news is, you only have to look back to 2004 to see a decent season so hopefully he has another solid season left in the tank.
The Giants beat the Yankees to win the crown in 1921 and 1922 and Yankee fans all hoped to get this monkey off their back once and for while while bringing home a title to the Bronx.   (3636 words)

 New York Yankees (1903-Present)
The Yankees were also purchased by CBS, who would only serve to fail the Yankees championship legacy during their period of ownership, as the Yankees 40-year streak of winning seasons came to an end with a disappointing 77-85 record that landed them in 6th Place.
Yankees is written in a red script with a red bat serving as the back of the k, and hanging down.
The Yankees were in 1st place almost from the start, and by August the Yankees had a small cushion for the division lead and were well on pace to win 100 games, with a record of 70-43. /al/nyyanks/yankees.html   (15657 words)

 Staten Island Yankees - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Staten Island Yankees, previously based in Watertown, New York, and the Brooklyn Cyclones were two minor league teams to be brought to the outer boroughs of New York City in 1999 by a deal brokered by Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.
Affectionately nicknamed the "Baby Bombers", the Staten Island Yankees are a Class A affiliate of the New York Yankees and play in the New York- Penn League at Richmond County Bank Ballpark along the waterfront in St.
The Staten Island Yankees are a minor league baseball team, located in Staten Island, New York. /wiki/Staten_Island_Yankees   (325 words) - Yanks Move AA Operations To Trenton - New York Yankees Coverage
New York Yankees Coverage With A Bronx Bias
For the past seven seasons, the Norwich Navigators, also of the Eastern League, have been a Yankee farm team, but New York will move its Double-A operations from Norwich, Conn. to begin play next season.
This will be the first Yankee minor-league affiliate based in New Jersey since the Newark Bears, who served as their Triple-A club from 1931-1949. /article/697   (239 words) - Steinbrenner absent as Yankees honor Winfield
NEW YORK (AP) — On the day the New York Yankees honored him, Dave Winfield limited his speech to four minutes, a stark contrast to his lengthy remarks at the Hall of Fame induction ceremony earlier this month.
Winfield, who played for New York from 1981-90, became the first Yankee since Joe DiMaggio to drive in 100 or more runs in five consecutive seasons.
But many Yankees fans remember him more for his 1-for-22, one-RBI performance against Los Angeles in the 1981 World Series, the only postseason appearance New York made during his decade with the team. /sports/baseball/yankees/2001-08-18-winfield.htm   (584 words) :: THE DEADBALL ERA: BIBLIOGRAPHY
New York Yankees: Seasons Of Glory, With A Salute To The 1998 New York Yankees.
Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, NY Charlton, James.
Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, INC. New York, NY Skipper, James. /bibliography.html   (584 words)

 Morrison Named To Louisville Slugger All-America Team
Morrison is expected to join the Staten Island Yankees of the New York-Penn League.
Ball State baseball senior relief pitcher Erik Morrison (Hanover, Ind./Southwestern H.S.) has signed a professional contract to play baseball for the New York Yankees organization.
He did not have a decision or a save at Ball State entering his final year of eligibility, after spending his first two seasons at Marian College. /article/0,1382,34100-2-team,00.html   (347 words) :: THE DEADBALL ERA: BIBLIOGRAPHY
New York Yankees: Seasons Of Glory, With A Salute To The 1998 New York Yankees.
Coward, McCann and Geoghegan, INC. New York, NY Skipper, James.
Macmillan Publishing Company, New York, NY Johnson, Lloyd and Ward, Brenda. /bibliography.html   (347 words)

 CBS 2 - New York News: Mets Name Willie Randolph Manager
The longtime New York Yankees coach was hired Wednesday night by the Mets, taking over as manager of a troubled team trying to compete with its crosstown rival for success, free agents and fans.
Randolph was a standout second baseman who spent 13 seasons with the Yankees, serving as co-captain and winning Word Series titles as a player in 1977 and 1978, plus four more as a coach.
NEW YORK (AP) Willie Randolph is moving across town. /topstories/topstoriesny_story_309071553.html   (347 words) - Castillo Assigned to Columbus - New York Yankees Coverage
Prior to signing with New York he played two seasons for the Toronto Blue Jays, caught for the Cardinals in 1999 and the Mets from 1995 to 1998.
New York Yankees Coverage With A Bronx Bias - Castillo Assigned to Columbus - New York Yankees Coverage /article/545   (233 words)

 New York Yankees Suck, They Always Have... They Always Will - Yanks-Suck.Com
In other news, the Yankees have decided to not let Jorge Posada to play in the Baseball World Classic because they think the 34 year old catcher is not durable enough to do it (which may be evident by his.262 batting average, and his.782 OPS, which was over 100 points lower than the previous year).
Click here to listen to the new punk song titled "Yankees Suck!" from the band Bender X.
According to the report, the Yankees may have undervalued their television rights (they charge the YES network $60 million a year to broadcast Yankee games.) If it is found that they did undervalue the rights, they will have to pay to make up the difference.   (6716 words)

 New England Sea Wolves
The New England Sea Wolves were a continuation of the New York CityHawks franchise (1997-1998) of the Arena Football League.
Droll Yankees CJM15G New Generation 15" Green Sunflower Bird Feeder
They did little better financially relocated again after the 2000 season to Toronto playing their final two seasons as Toronto Phantoms. /New_England_Sea_Wolves   (178 words)

 New York Yankees (1903-Present)
This site is not affiliated with the New York Yankees or Major League Baseball.
Martin was exiled out of the Yankee kingdom in 1957 after being involved in a fight at the Copacabana, a local New York club.
The Yankees would make news in the off-season when they signed a 12-year $120 million with MSG a regional Sports network to carry their games. /al/nyyanks/yankees.html   (15657 words)

 Mariners send Nelson to New York Yankees
Nelson, who played for the Yankees for five seasons between 1996 and 2000, was 3-2 with a 3.35 ERA and seven saves in 46 games as a reliever for the Mariners.
The Seattle Mariners today traded pitcher Jeff Nelson to the New York Yankess for Armando Benitez and cash.
Benitez, a 30-year-old right-hander, has a 2.91 ERA with 21 saves (and 7 blown saves) on the year with the Mets and Yankees. /baseball/133931_nelson06ww.html   (215 words) - Compared to rest of New York, Yanks fans have it good
You are merely a New York Yankees fan, someone who wants to win as badly as King George himself.
Your neighbor's idea of misery is hearing New York Knicks general manager Scott Layden talk about his NBA team as if they looked like its lineup three decades ago, with Frazier and Monroe in the backcourt and Captain Willis in the post.
He won't even be deterred by the money pit that is the New Jersey Nets' franchise; Steinbrenner will simply divorce the Nets as business partners and keep the YES Network cameras rolling. /sports/columnist/oconnor/2003-11-22-oconnor_x.htm   (215 words)

 New York Yankees : History : celebrates the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Pride of the Yankees, Henry Louis Gehrig.
As rich as is their history, in individual and team glory, the Yankees have embarked on The Second Century winning and Bronx Bombing home runs at a greater getaway rate than ever before.
Throughout their First Century, the Yankees have spawned memorable personalities and indelible moments. /NASApp/mlb/nyy/history/anniversary.jsp   (145 words)

 Book Journeys -- Sports & Outdoor Recreation: Authors A ~ F
The author was the New York Yankees' batboy from 1949-1955, the era when Casey Stengel began his career as manager, Joe DiMaggio ended and Mickey Mantle began their major league careers.
The author was head basketball coach at St. John's University, Queens, New York, for nineteen seasons.
An analysis of former Stanley Cup winners the New York Rangers and their 1991-1992 experiences in the National Hockey League. /sports.html   (145 words)

 Rideshare Staff
Best Life Experience: While spending a month in Brooklyn, NY, going to the 1964 New York Worlds Fair, watching the Mets beat the Yankees at Shea Stadium, and the subway rides.
Words to Live By: "Life is a series of seasons; always be ready to forgive and understand the other person's position.
I became aware of the knowledge gained while traveling either close to home or around the world. /staff.htm   (125 words)

 Current Baseball Publications: 1999
New York Yankees Seasons of Glory: With a Salute to the 1998 Yankees.
The Yankees: An Authorized History of the New York Yankees.
New York: Simon and Schuster (314 pp., photographs, index, $ 25.00 h) 0-684-85314-0; combination autobiography and commentary on the game. /committ/biblio/cbp1999.htm   (7956 words)

 Current Baseball Publications: 1999
New York Yankees Seasons of Glory: With a Salute to the 1998 Yankees.
New York: Citadel Books (Carol Group) (368 pp., $ 14.95 p) 0-8065-2115-5; some new information and Ted Williams/Bob Feller petition; originally published by Little, Brown in 1979; paperback edition by Lynx Books in 1988.
New York: Simon and Schuster (314 pp., photographs, index, $ 25.00 h) 0-684-85314-0; combination autobiography and commentary on the game. /committ/biblio/cbp1999.htm   (7956 words)

 New Mets Stadium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Mets played the 1962 and 1963 seasons at the Polo Grounds, which had also been the home of the New York Yankees and New York Giants.
This stadium would be the third stadium the New York Mets would play in over their close to 50 year history.
The New Mets Stadium is a planned Major League Baseball stadium for the New York Mets to be built in Willets Point, Queens, New York as a replacement for Shea Stadium. /wiki/New_Mets_Stadium   (358 words) - MLB - Close to reality: Tony Clark as Giambi's backup
NEW YORK -- Free-agent first baseman Tony Clark and the New York Yankees were close to a deal Wednesday that was contingent on his passing a team physical.
With regular Jason Giambi coming off knee surgery, the Yankees have been seeking a first baseman since trading Nick Johnson to Montreal in the deal that brought pitcher Javier Vazquez to New York.
On the Vazquez front, the only holdup in the Yankees signing him to a four-year, $45 million contract extension is owner George Steinbrenner's approval, the New York Daily News reports. /mlb/news/story?id=1697655   (346 words)

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