Negron: Sultan of Dubai Needed No Introduction to the Sultan of Swat

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He is known as Sultan Abu Sultan. Sultan is Chairman of Duro Felguera Middle East and Africa, former Chairman of Barclays Plc MENA. He oversees the strategic direction of the organization’s operations in the country ranging from Corporate and Investment Banking to Wealth and Investment Management 

Negron: Cuban Missile Lands in Chi Town

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The first big blockbuster trade of the season just happened and naturally it involved the Cuban Missile, Aroldis Chapman. It was a trade that most Yankee fans didn’t want to see because of the electricity and the excitement that comes 

Negron: With Yankees Chapman, It’s All In The Smile

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100—103—105 mph All fans are on their feet, as Aroldis Chapman rears back and fires a fastball.  It seems as if the Yankees are back in a pennant race. All of a sudden my mind races back to 1978. The 

Negron: My Son, A Cop’s Life Matters

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My son, Jon Erik is a great person. He cares about his community and his country like no other. His mother is of African-American and German descent. We have been divorced for more than 25 years and I will say 

Negron: Happy Birthday! George Steinbrenner Would Have Been 86

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For me, July 4th will always represent the birthday of George Steinbrenner. Since his death, I celebrate the life of a man that gave so much to the sports world. When I first started with the Yankees in 1973, you 

Negron: The Boss’s Week Of Hope

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To the Boss it was always Hope Week For the New York Yankees, this week represents Hope Week.  During Hope Week the players spread hope and goodwill throughout the community.  As Hope Week comes to a close today I thought 

Remembering Audrey Fagan

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This past Memorial Day we lost another of our American heroes. Audrey Fagan, a 78 year old Air Force Airman 2nd Class passed away with her family by her side. Audrey was married for 57 years to Ken Fagan, a 

New Radio Show Probes Sports, Life

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Felix DeJesus, a longtime boxing analyst and translator at Showtime, Kevin Cabral, Ralph Romeo and I have been around the New York City radio market and have developed a following over the years hosting or producing sports talk radio. We 

Ted Williams Museum Honors Top Players

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The first Saturday of February each year is known as Induction Day at the Ted Williams Museum. Founded in 1993, now located at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla. This year marked the 23rd annual induction. Inductees for 2016  included 

Severino Gets His Own Topps Card

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The New York Yankees’ top rookie last year was pitching sensation Luis Severino. Born in the Dominican Republic, the question regarding Severino had always been how soon before he got to the big leagues. Last year he went to AA