Get ready for nine innings (or 30 minutes) of the greatest sports team ever — the New York Yankees. Hear about their modest beginnings, their best players, and the fate of Yankee Stadium, their home for 85 years.
(And I apologize in advance for this week’s echo-y sound…had some difficulty with one of my directional mics!)
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Ruth was alledgedly traded to the Yankees to finance Frazee’s musical No No Nanette. (Frazee’s name appears on the top of this poster.) Full disclosure — we dismiss this musical in the podcast, although musical enthusiasts might proclaim No No Nanette was very well worth it, if nothing more than for its signature song “Tea For Two.” Its first run ran over two years in 1925 and a 1971 revival did win several Tony Awards.
Babe Ruth in 1948, with a young Yale player, George H. W. Bush
Billy Martin and the man who would repeatedly fire him, George Steinbrenner (Pic courtesy the New York Times)
About our guest host:
A former journalist, Tanya Bielski-Braham is a writer, personal chef and full-time “foodie” who specializes in educating her clients on healthy, tasty diets and proper nutrition. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. [Ed. note — A Yankee fan who’s an amazing cook!]