George Steinbrenner was never fond of losing.
In fact, you could say that he hated it, and he would be sick to his stomach to see what the New York Yankees just did—or didn’t do—in the ALCS.
The Yankees were swept by the Detroit Tigers in the most embarrassing of fashions. They didn’t pitch well, they didn’t hit well, and they definitely didn’t play well.
Back in the days when Steinbrenner called the shots, immediate action would be taken. Players, coaches, front office personnel and even the hot dog vendors would be on the cusp of losing their jobs.
Now that Steinbrenner has passed on, it’s up to his son, Hal, to run the most successful franchise in the history of sports.
We don’t know what kind of moves Hal will want to make, now that the Yankees don’t play for a couple of months, but we can try to assume the moves that his father would.
Here’s a look at five moves that the Yankees would make during this upcoming offseason if George Steinbrenner was alive and calling the shots.