Joe Girardi, pictured above with one of the United States brave men of the Armed Forces. The New York Yankees believe it is their privilege to honor these brave men and women throughout the year. During every Spring Training game, the New York Yankees honor a servicemen or servicewoman during the singing of God Bless America in the middle of the 7th inning. The New York Yankees are proud to stand by the men and women of the armed forces and applaud their sacrifice.
boys & Girls club annual luncheon
March 21, 2015 the New York Yankees hosted the annual Boys & Girls Club Luncheon at the Tampa Convention Center. The team was on hand to sign autographs as guests filled the hall with anticipation. Everyone enjoyed a wonderful lunch and presentation, as all proceeds from this lunch went to benefiting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Tampa Bay. The proceeds of this event, along with others, allows for a successful year of welcoming new kids of all ages into the Boys & Girls Club Family. As Mr. Steinbrenner believed, it’s all about the kids.
26th Annual New York Yankees/Steinbrenner Family Children’s Holiday Concert
Classical music, a positive learning environment and sports. Three important factors in fostering young children’s minds. This past December the Steinbrenner Family hosted the 26th Annual New York Yankees/Steinbrenner Family Children’s Holiday Concert. Concerts were hosted in Clearwater, Hillsborough, and Pinellas counties. School children were immersed in holiday music performed by the Florida Orchestra and a reading of The Night before Christmas by current Yankee player's Bryan Mitchell, Adam Warren and Brian McCann. It was a wonderful event, as it is every year, in which children who might not get the opportunity are exposed to an orchestra performance in the theater atmosphere. To read a full article from our friends at the Tampa Tribune on this event, click here.
25th Annual Hillsborough County Coach Foundation Dinner
The 25th annual Hillsborough County Coach Foundation Dinner and Dance took place Saturday May 3, 2014 at the Hilton Downtown. The dinner, sponsored by the George M. Steinbrenner Field Family, honored more than 1,100 high school coaches and athletic staff, as a communities way of saying, we appreciate your dedication to high school athletics and what it does for our youth today. A variety of veteran coaches were in attendance for the event such as Chamberlain High softball coach Bob Diez, a 38 year veteran. Along with Steinbrenner Baseball coach John Crumbly, a 32 year veteran. The list goes on as dedicated coaches and staff members were honored throughout the night, for their excellence and perseverance to our youth. To read the full article written by the The Tampa Tribune, please click here.