Negron: Missing You on Father’s Day

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Today is Father’s Day. It’s supposed to be a happy day. This is actually the first without my parents. I was told that it would be a tough one. To say that it has been hard would be an understatement. 

Negron: John Avildsen Wanted A Yankee Miracle

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It’s with a heavy heart that I have to report that one of America’s all time great movie directors, John Avildsen, the Academy Award winner for Rocky (Academy Award for Director and Best picture) died yesterday. I got to know 

Negron: Tyler Clippard Honored By Hank

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Tyler Clippard was honored by NY Yankees co-owner Hank Steinbrenner  and The Hank’s Yanks organization Monday at the third annual Yanks Hank’s fundraiser that enables youngsters to play organized baseball in the New York City Tri state area. Clippard the 

Negron: A Message From One Batboy To Another

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This week, I was reading about an incident that happened at Citi Field. Evidently in the game there was a pop up, and in the process of trying to get out of the way the batboy accidentally interfered with play. 

Negron: Thank You Frankie And Friends From All Seasons!

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Being involved in the world of sports and entertainment, I have had the good fortune of getting wonderful support from great individuals. People like Atlanta Braves president Jon Hart, Yankees President Randy Levine, Yankees general manager Brian Cashman, Super scout 

Negron: Hope Week Is A Wonderful Continuation Of George Steinbrenner’s Charity Work

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This week marks – what I believe is – the eighth annual Hope Week. During Hope Week the Yankees have many of their players attend many wonderful charitable causes for the underprivileged. Thru the years, there have been some great 

Negron: 1977, Yanks Remembered 40 Years Later

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This year marks the 40th anniversary of the 1977 New York Yankees. That iconic team was George Steinbrenner’s first World Championship ball club. Some very colorful players wore the Yankees pinstripes that year. Their captain Thurman Munson, Sweet Lou Piniella, 

Negron: Jeter Honored and Munson Remembered on ESPN Deportes

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On the weekend that the NY Yankees honored Derek Jeter, ESPN 1050 Impact staged their radio program at the McDonald’s Restaurant across the street from Yankee Stadium. This was the same McDonald’s that Thurman Munson used to eat his two 

Negron: Derek Jeter’s Bronx Tale With The Yankees

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I am proud to say, in 1969, I attended Mickey Mantle Day.  It was incredible to say the least.  Joe DiMaggio was there with many others.  That day Mantle had his number retired and a plaque placed in centerfield.  He 

Negron: Hal Steinbrenner’s Pride in the Bombers and the Bronx

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This week I got to sit down with Yankees managing general partner, Hal Steinbrenner.  Before we got into our question and answer period, we talked about the borough of the Bronx, we talked about children of the area and their