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That decision not only paved the way to the Yankees first world championship in nearly a decade, it also provided a glimpse of how the team would be run in the post Boss era. In the hours after George Steinbrenner passing on Tuesday, senior officials were quick to assure fans that the business plan would remain unchanged. That meant Steinbrenner children have no plans to sell the Yankees. And Hal, who been in charge of the team day to day operation for two years, would keep the payroll over $200 million. been running this way for the last two years, said one member of the team inner circle. the only difference you going to see is the absence of a dynamic figure. No one can replace George in that respect. Without a polarizing figure, the Yankees will be run by committee, including Hal and, to a lesser extent his brother Hank, president Randy Levine, chief operating officer Lonn Trost and Cashman. Unlike past years, the hierarchy now operates in perfect synch; the feuds between the New York and Tampa factions have evaporated, as has the behind the scenes politics that took down Joe Torre. Today, the Yankees are run as professionally as any team in baseball, in part because Steinbrenner created such an ambitious business model. He turned an $8.8 million investment into the richest sports franchise in the world, recently passing soccer monolith Manchester United. But as Steinbrenner health started declining in 2006, some employees were worried about the tax ramifications of the owner passing. Because of a lapse in federal tax laws, there are no surcharges being levied against inheritances this year. Had Steinbrenner died in 2009, his family would been subject to a $500 million tax bill from the IRS. The family would had no choice but to sell the team to satisfy that debt. Free and clear of any tax burden, the Steinbrenners intend to maintain majority ownership generations, said one personal familiar with the family thinking. They continue to reap the benefits of Steinbrenner visionary decisions, among them his creation of the YES Network and the construction of a new Stadium. It was the Boss who realized as early as 1993 the Yankees were being fleeced by the Madison Square Garden Network, which paid a mere $55 million a year for the broadcast rights. YES is now worth an estimated $3 billion, nearly twice as much as the team itself, recently valued by Forbes at $1.6 billion. That puts them well ahead of the competition; the Mets are second ($824 million) followed by the Red Sox ($816 million). The next closest rival is the Dodgers, who despite their storied past and dominance in the southern California market, are worth only $694 million. Still, despite the overwhelming advantage he held, Steinbrenner sought relief from the Yankees revenue sharing costs, which were estimated at 30 cents on the dollar. The Yankees had no exemptions to speak of, so Steinbrenner plowed ahead with his new $1.4 billion ballpark. It was unthinkably expensive, but it offered the Yankees a powerful dividend. Since MLB 2002 collective bargaining agreement allowed teams to deduct up to 40 percent of new stadium costs from their revenue sharing responsibilities, the Yankees were able to divert $100 million of their costs from the revenue sharing pool and away from the 16 lowest revenue teams in the majors. No wonder former New York City mayor Ed Koch said, was an incredible businessman. You don often find that in the sports world. Whether his sons will continue to write massive checks as they did in 2008, however, remains to be seen. It worth noting that after the Yankees won the World Series and finished $25 million in the black, according to internal estimates Hal Steinbrenner wouldn budge on Johnny Damon request for $10 million to the return to the team in 2010. The Yankees turned off the spigot at $2 million. The younger Steinbrenner and Damon eventually spoke by phone, and politely agreed to disagree; Damon signed with the Tigers without burning any bridges. That transaction underscored how antiseptic the Yankee environment has been without George. We seen the last of the in your face arguments with mangers and GMs, and especially the players. No episode captured the essence of Steinbrenner combativeness better than this one. It occurred in 1997, after David Wells had pitched poorly against the Expos, losing 7 2 to Pedro Martinez. Boomer was especially upset that Darrin Fletcher fly ball to right in the second inning was ruled a three run home run, after a fan reached over the wall and scooped the ball out of Paul O glove. Trailing by five runs, Wells was out of the game in the ninth inning when he discovered Steinbrenner in the clubhouse. Boss, you need to get some security in right field, Wells said. Steinbrenner, seething at the way the Yankees had been embarrassed in front of a home crowd, was in no mood for Wells advice. 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He would happily explain why he needed each one here's a skinning knife, this one's a deboner (tee hee), this here is a Bowie, better for slashing, and that's a stiletto, mostly for stabbing but there was only ever one real reason: His dad died in the army and his mom couldn't afford therapy. Or maybe she just drank, or maybe it was his older brother that died; totaled his Trans Am in a drag racing accident. There were logical reasons for his behavior, but somehow, looking in Mickey's eyes, you just kind of knew that he was born a little off. He didn't go around strangling kids in the bathroom or anything. He was only cruel when it was socially acceptable to do so. But he always jumped into it too eagerly and took it too far. When your group collectively made fun of a friend's shoes, and everybody started riffing, it always ended abruptly and awkwardly when Mickey joined in on the fun with the worst thing you've ever heard. "Nice shoes, Payless," you'd say. 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And then make a puppet out of your corpse. You can buy Robert's book, Everything is Going to Kill Everybody: The Terrifyingly Real Ways the World Wants You Dead, or follow him on Twitter, Facebook and Google+. Or you could head down to the comments section to bitterly complain that Robert got it all wrong because you didn't have a psychopath in your group, then finish up what you were doing before he distracted you: Tying a little noose out of pipe cleaners to hang a gopher. And check out more from Robert in 5 Awesome Cases of The Internet Owning The Mainstream Media and 5 Classic Movies If They Got Pitched in Hollywood Today. Men Nike Free Run 2 Black White Green For the second week in a row, Kirstie Alley fell victim to yet another dancing mishap. While performing with partner Maksim Chmerkovsky her shoe came undone, and thoughKirstie Alley was able to get back up and continue on with the show, she was upset. Alley took to Twitter to sound off on the incident saying fk sake!! 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