New York Yankees

Induction of George Steinbrenner into Hall of Fame would be hypocritical

Ronald MonestimeCorrespondent IJuly 24, 2010

Following the sudden and tragic death of New York Yankees principal owner and managing partner George Steinbrenner, reaction poured in from all walks of life about the impact he had on the most valuable brand in baseball and the game itself.

And as baseball legends congregate in Cooperstown, New York for Sunday’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony, fond memories of ‘The Boss’ evoked strong opinions about his potential entry into the national pastime’s hallowed halls.

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