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NY Yankees Owner Steinbrenner Dies At 80

baseballThe Yankees principal owner and partner in management, George Steinbrenner dies at 80. In his Tampa, Florida home he succumbed to a heart attack this morning, July 13, 2010.

Rita and George Henry Steinbrenner had something to celebrate besides Independence Day. "The Boss" was born July 4, 1930 in Rocky River, Ohio. He earned his nickname from the day to day involvement with the team. Although an executive, Steinbrenner made decisions daily especially the hiring and firing. As we look back at such a legacy, he also was known for rehiring some of the same people he fired.

"The Boss" became owner of the Yankees in 1973, making it the longest ownership in club history. During his reign, the Yankees won 11 pennants and 7 World Series Championships.

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Natalie Randolph, Calvin Coolidge High School Football Coach

Natalie Randolph
Ms. Natalie Randolph has become the second woman in the nation's history to hold the position as the Head Coach for a Varsity High School football team. At the tender age of 29, she is presently the only woman in the nation to hold the position.

Calvin Coolidge High School has embraced their Biology and Environmental Science teacher. Their support has been tremendous. Behind the scenes, she did met with some of the players to answer any questions that they may have had. Overall, it appears that a warm embrace is present.

Her love for the game of football goes back to her early childhood. In high school, she actually wanted to play, but her father told her no. She moved on to college and participated in Track and Field.

 Returning from college her love for football lead her to tryout for a woman's professional football team in DC. Holding the position of Wide Receiver, she helped the DC Divas clinch the title in 2006. In total, Natalie played 6 seasons. Her former team mates made mention, "Don't let her soft spoken personality fool you. She's as tough as nails!"

E.J Fann


E.J Fann

E.J Fann is a native of Birmingham, Alabama and has been a law enforcement officer in a neighboring municipality for over ten years. He is a graduate of Alcorn State University, where he enjoyed a successful football career. His professional football career includes stints with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL and the Birmingham Steel Dogs of the AFL. E.J is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc (Eta Tau, 1995). He is currently giving back to his community by being involved in Neighborhood Watch, D.A.R.E and motivational speaking.

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