This new Derek Jeter commercial is set to air tonight during the MLB All-Star Game tonight. Much like last year’s Rivera tribute, tonight will be more like a “Derek Jeter Special” than an all-star game. All eyes on Derek.
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Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Players, Yankees Community, Yankees Media, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Videos, tagged Air Jordan, Andy Pettitte, Billy Crystal, Bob Sheppard, Carmelo Anthony, Derek Jeter, FDNY, Jay-Z, Joe Torre, Jon Lester, Jorge Posada, Mariano Rivera, Michael Jordan, Mr. Met, New Tork Mets, New York City, New York Yankees, Nike, NYPD, Phil Jackson, RE2PECT, Red Sox Nation, Rudy Guiliani, Spike Lee, Tiger Woods, Tino Martinez, Tip Your Captain, Yankee Stadium, Yankees fans, Yankees Universe on July 15, 2014| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Nonsense, Yankee News, Yankee Stadium, Yankees Community, Yankees Gossip, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Photos, tagged Adrian Grenier, Allan Houston, Amare Stoudemire, Ashton Kutcher, Beyonce, Billy Crystal, Chris Drury, Chris Rock, Chris Wragge, Demi Moore, Dick Vitale, Donald Trump, Donna Karan, Drew Brees, Ivanka Trump, Jack Nicholson, Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Jared Kushner, Jason Bateman, Jay-Z, Jennifer Morrison, Jerry Ferrara, Joanna Garcia, John Mayer, Jonas Brothers, Keith Olbermann, Kelsey Grammer, Kevin Connolly, Kim Kardashian, Kristen Chenoweth, Larry David, Liev Schreiber, Lou Holtz, Martha Stewart, Mayor Bloomberg, Michael Jordan, Minka Kelly, Nicholas Turturro, Paul Simon, Penny Marshall, Philip Seymour Hoffman, President Bill Clinton, Regis Philbin, Rex Ryan, Richard Gere, Rita Wilson, Robert Wuhl, Rudy Giuliani, Spike Lee, Tom Cruise, Tom Hanks, Tyra Banks, Zac Efron on December 23, 2010| 4 Comments »
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Stadium, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Photos, Yankees Videos, Yankees: Off the field, tagged 50 Cent, Beyonce, Dr. Dre, Drake, Eminem, G-Unit, Jay-Z, Kanye West, New York Yankees, Nicki Minaj, Yankee Stadium on September 14, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Players, Yankee Stadium, Yankees Gear, Yankees History, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees: Off the field, tagged Alex Rodriguez, Beach Boys, C.C. Sabathia, Curtis Granderson, Eminem, Henry and Me, Jay-Z, New York Yankees, Reggie Jackson, Ron Guidry, Yankee Stadium, Yogi Berra on September 14, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Sabathia & Berra lend their voices to ‘Henry & Me’ C.C. Sabathia, Yogi Berra, Reggie Jackson, Alex Rodriguez, as well as other Yankees players, recorded parts for the upcoming movie, ‘Henry & Me.’ “Their message to the sick child “Jack,” the “Me” in the story: You can do it, kid. Just keep telling yourself you can, and you will.”
Ron Guidry and the Beach Boys: “Guidry played the drums when he was with the Yankees, and he was skilled enough to perform once with the Beach Boys as a drummer in a post-game concert. But playing the drums also benefited Guidry’s pitching.”
“I kept a set of drums at Yankee Stadium for one reason,” said Guidry. “Playing the drums kept my wrists very strong, and a strong left wrist allowed me to throw my slider more effectively.”
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Stadium, Yankee Tickets, Yankees Miscellaneous, tagged Eminem, I Made The Yankee Hat More Famous Than A Yankee Can, Jay-Z, New York Yankees, Yankee Stadium on June 30, 2010| Leave a Comment »
The concert doubleheader of JAY-Z and Eminem have added a second date – Tuesday, September 14 – to their Yankee Stadium appearance, it was announced today.
On May 12, it was announced that Yankee Stadium would hold its first official concert on September 13, featuring the award-winning duo of JAY-Z and Eminem.
The Yankee Stadium concerts will be the second of a home-and-home series of shows for New York City-native JAY-Z and Eminem, who was raised in the Detroit metropolitan area, as the pair will also perform at Detroit’s Comerica Park on September 2, with a second show also added today for September 3.
Tickets went on sale this past Friday (June 25th)
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Players, Yankees Community, Yankees Miscellaneous, Yankees Organization, Yankees Postseason, Yankees: Off the field, tagged CBS Radio Expo, Derek Jeter, El Duque, Gerardo Regalado, Jay-Z, LeBron James, Manchester United, New York Yankees, Yankees World Series Roster '99-'09 on June 14, 2010| Leave a Comment »
Here are some things you might have misses over the past few days:
New York Yankees have dethroned Manchester United as the world’s most valuable team brand “The Yankees brand is worth $328 million (21% of their $1.6 billion total team value), while we calculate the Man U name to be worth $285 million (16% of their $1.835 billion value). The two teams swapped spots as the Yankees saw a merchandising frenzy thanks to a 27th World Series title and the opening of their new stadium.”
CBS Radio Expo – June 26, 2010 at Yankee Stadium “Bring the family out to the CBS Radio Expo on Saturday, June 26 at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, New York. Join Newsradio 880, CBS FM 101.1, WFAN Sports Radio 66, 1010 WINS, Fresh 102.7 and the new 92.3 Now for a full day of music, stars and fun!” Buy Tickets!
‘El Duque’ Hernandez “in shock” over half-brother’s shootings “Former Yankees and Mets pitcher Orlando (El Duque) Hernandez is said to be “in shock” over the multiple shootings carried out by his half-brother Gerardo Regalado on Sunday night in Hialeah, Fla.”
Can you name the Yankees World Series Roster ’99-’09? Name every player to make an appearance in the World Series with the Yankees in either 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003 or 2009. [#/116]
Jeter, Jay-Z not recruiting James to N.Y. “It wouldn’t make sense,” the Yankees captain told ESPNNewYork.com. “That’s his decision,” the hip-hop mogul and part owner of the New Jersey Nets said in a Rolling Stone interview. (more…)
Posted in Yankee News, Yankee Stadium, Yankees Miscellaneous, YES Network, tagged Comerica Park, Detroit Tigers, Eminem, ESPN, Jay-Z, New York Yankees, Yankee Stadium, YES Network on May 18, 2010| 1 Comment »
Jay-Z (Yankees fan) and Eminem (Tigers fan) made an appearance in the ESPN and YES Network booth during a game against the Detroit Tigers just a few days ago. Talk about a couple of weird interviews! The real reason they were there was to let their fans know that they will headline the first concert in the new Yankee Stadium. Before they do that, they will also be performing at Comerica Park on Sept. 2nd. These are two of the greatest rappers of all-time, and I’m sure tickets to these events will be a hot item.
I’m not a fan of rap at all, but for some reason I really like Jay-Z and a few of his songs. He is a well known Yankees fan and was invited by the organization to do this special performance.
I thought the song was pretty good, and I liked how everyone playing was wearing Yankee gear…except Alicia Keys. Haha. It certainly got the crowd going. Derek Jeter’s facial expression shown on the Fox broadcast as he watched them play was absolutely hilarious. It seems like the crowd and teams all enjoyed the performance. I think Jay-Z might have blessed the field last night.
Jay-Z also had some words about the experience:
“I felt like a kid,” he said. “The field is beautiful. I’ve never been that close to the field. Walking around, I jumped over the center-field fence and everything, like I was catching a home run.”
“Jeter plays ‘Empire State’ every time he’s at bat. A-Rod does ‘Already Home’ and ‘Reminder,’ ” Jay said. “[Robinson] Cano does ‘Run This Town.’ It’s like the Jay-Z compilation at the stadium. It’s beautiful.
“Incredible,” Jay added. “Beyond explanation. Just the whole fact, being in Yankee Stadium, really interacting, knowing the players. I grew up a fan of he Yankees — Reggie Jackson, Mickey Rivers, Chris Chambliss, God bless Thurman Munson, all these guys. To be there and interact with all these guys [the current Yankee team], they throwing the Roc sign up — it’s fantastic.”
Here is John Legend’s rendition of our National Anthem. I think he did a great job as well:
Jay-Z along with Alicia Keys will open up the festivities tomorrow night by performing the song “Empire State of Mind” before Game#2 of the World Series.
They were originally scheduled to perform tonight, but the inclement weather has pushed them back one day. A statement from Jay-Z and Major League Baseball reads: “The performance was changed due to the forecast for inclement weather for Wednesday, October 28.”
“Staging for the performance could adversely impact the field if it is wet, creating damaged and unsafe playing conditions.” Jay-Z said of the performance, “As a die-hard Yankee fan, I’m honored to perform a song that celebrates the greatness of New York in one of our city’s most important landmarks, Yankee Stadium.”