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The Steinbrenner family mourns Green’s granddaughter

Posted by: Chad Jennings - Posted in Notes on Jan 10, 2011 Print This Post Print This Post | Email This Post Email This Post

On behalf of the Steinbrenner family, Hal Steinbrenner this afternoon released an official statement mourning the death of Christina Taylor Green.

“The Steinbrenner family and the New York Yankees organization join the entire nation in mourning Christina and send our deepest condolences to Dallas Green and his family as they deal with this tremendous loss. This is a tragedy that is beyond words and our thoughts and prayers are with the Green family, as well as all of the affected families.”

Dallas Green was a manager of the New York Yankees in 1989 and his son John, Christina’s father, pitched in the New York Yankees organization in 1989 and ’90.

• Mike Lupica did a terrific job of capturing Dallas Green’s emotion in the wake of tragedy.

• Wally Matthews talked to a baseball executive who said the Yankees, ” would be crazy not to at least consider (Andruw Jones).”

• One of those risk-reward pitchers on the free agent market, Brad Penny, seems to be close to choosing a team.

• Interesting work by Doug Gray combining some research to come up with a value-based ranking of each minor league system. The Yankees landed in sixth place (tip of the hat to the guys at River Ave. Blues).




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