Negron’s Impact: Ricky Signs With The Blue Jays

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Ricky Negron yesterday signed with the Toronto Blue Jays. As I reported before, he had been drafted in the 34th round of the 2017 MLB. Draft by the Atlanta Braves. It was truly a wonderful moment for Ricky and his 

Negron’s Impact: Thurman Munson…What if?

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This past week marked the 38th anniversary of the death of our beloved Yankee captain -even though he hated to be called that – and for me, someone whom I considered a big brother. Thurman Lee Munson was, as we 

Negron’s Impact: The Horror of War. Thank God for Baseball

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I was sitting with my friend, my hero Ken Fagen. Our conversation went from Baseball, Tim Raines and the Hall of fame also the fact that if Ivan Rodriguez got into the hall of fame then Thurman Munson also belonged 

Negron’s Impact: Raymond Defelitta and a Film Called STANO

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Motion pictures and the baseball business seem to go hand in hand. They both deal with team concepts. They are both very scripted. Very choreographed. In baseball you have batting practice. In films you have rehearsal. They both have lots 

Negron’s Impact: Anthony Scaramucci is Looking Out

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Anthony Scaramucci now walks with President Trump and we are better off for it. Whenever I reached out to Anthony he was always there for me. He helped to make my radio show on Espn Deportes a better and more 

Negron’s Impact: Just Like Bogey and Bacall, The Making of “Stano”

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One of the poorest congressional districts in the United States happens to be the Bronx, Yet it’s funny that some of the greatest times in this city seem to happen in poor little Bronx. Whether it’s the Yankees winning 27 

Negron: Nelson Cruz an All-Star in Every Way

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The last time that I attended an all-star game was in 1977. The players at that time were named Reggie and Munson and Johnny Bench and Tom Seaver and the all-time hit leader, Pete Rose. It really was a galaxy 

Negron’s Impact: New York Times Students Hit The City To Learn Sports Business From Those Who Get It Done

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For the second straight early summer, high school students from all over the country come to New York for a two week crash course in the business of sports. Taught by longtime New York area sports business pro Joe Favorito, 

Negron’s Impact: A Hank’s Yanks Dream Comes True

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Every dad that loves baseball and has a son dreams that some day his son plays professional baseball. Two weeks ago, my son Ricky was drafted by the Atlanta Braves. To say that it brought tears to my eyes would 

Negron: Gehrig The Luckiest Man

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I remember as a little boy I used to love to stay up late at night and watch old movies. On CBS TV at 11:30 pm there was no such thing as Letterman, they use to have “The Late Show.”