Season ticket holders might be hurt most NEW YORK -- On Monday morning in the bowels of Yankee Stadium we listened to Yankees president Randy Levine and StubHub CEO Scott Cutler happily announce a new partnership between the two sides after months of name-calling. The new deal, a 6.5-year pact worth $100 million, will make StubHub the...
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All of this would be easier to take if we only understood that they’re the smart guys; we’re the morons. And if we only came to realize that what we see we don’t see; we must believe only what we’re told. Monday, Yankees team president Randy Levine — the man with the vision, resolve and...
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Don’t let the title fool you. It’s about as lukewarm as it can possibly get. Similar to a defense attorney who gets a client acquitted on a technicality and holds his nose while doing it as he adheres to his sworn duty to uphold the law, it’s a strange position to be in to actually agree with New York Yankees president Randy Levine. However, in Monday’s press conference to...
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And how it affects you The Yankees and Stubhub announced their new partnership Monday, ending years of bad blood. Yankees team president Randy Levine and Stubhub president Scott Cutler hosted a joint press conference at Yankee Stadium to announce the deal. Here's what you should know: On July 7, Stubhub will allow you to transfer secondhand...
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The New York Yankees started the day sitting at .500, seven and a half games out of first place in the AL East and just 2.5 out of a wild card spot with more than half of the season left to play. With so much time remaining in the baseball season, you can probably understand why the Yankees would not be thinking about being sellers at this point of the year. Whatever you think of...
New York Yankees president Randy Levine did not respond well when asked about the prospect of the team being sellers, going after the media on Monday in response. Levine was asked to respond to those who believe the Yankees should sellers at the trade deadline, and he resorted to the old argument that you can’t criticize if you’ve never done it. Randy Levine called suggestions...
Randy Levine is tired of hearing the talk that the Yankees should be sellers at the trade deadline. The team’s president, when asked about it on Monday, went off on the subject. “I don’t pay any attention to any of that. That’s for you guys [with] nothing more important to write about than to write...
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3 days ago
Yankees 7 1/2 games back in AL East, says that's not unusual NEW YORK -- Yankees team president Randy Levine ripped the media while saying it's too soon for the club to decide whether it will buy or sell at the trade deadline. Levine also said the Yankees are capable of playing better and that the team is still in the playoff hunt. "I don't...
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Yankees President Randy Levine is switching law firms. Levine joined Jackson Lewis on Tuesday after 14 years at Akin Gump. When Levine took the Yankees' job in January 2000, he also became senior counsel on labor and employment practices at Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer and Feld. Jackson Lewis said Tuesday he will be a counsel at its firm in addition to his duties with the Yankees...
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February 04, 2014 | Discuss
It's hard to imagine the Yankees without the ol' red-topped skipper, Randy Levine, and his steady hand in the till. But that's the nightmare scenario facing us on this cold winter evening.Our President will be probed by Bud Selig for an off-hand comment in today's introduction of Jacoby Ellsbury as the Yankees' new ambassador to Massachusetts. President Levine said the Yankees would...
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