George Steinbrenner: Two Reasons His Monument Is Appropriate

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George Steinbrenner: Two Reasons His Monument Is Appropriate
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This past Monday, the New York Yankees unveiled the largest plaque ever displayed in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium, a seven-by-five-foot, 760-pound monument dedicated to the Yankees long-time owner, George Steinbrenner, towers over the plaques dedicated to Yankee legends Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, and Joe DiMaggio.

Some people believe that the monument is too large. Others believe that the plaque is appropriate.

Given Steinbrenner's impact on the Yankee brand, its size is justified for the larger-than-life Yankee owner, and here are two reasons why.

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