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Steinbrenner’s legacy: World Series rings and ‘Seinfeld’ laughs

by Brad A. Greenberg

July 13, 2010 | 9:43 am

George Steinbrenner died of a massive heart attack this morning. The Yankees owner was one of the most memorable people in sports, and certainly the best-known team-owner in the country. He was 80.

Not being a Yankees fan, most every “memory” I have of Steinbrenner comes from “Seinfeld.” It’s hard to pick a favorite scene involving the big boss, but it’s easy to pick my favorite scene in which the real Steinbrenner appeared. It’s from “The Invitations,” and it’s above.

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