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The New York Yankees are an American professional baseball team based in the New York City borough of the Bronx. They compete in Major League Baseball (MLB) as a member club of the American League (AL) East division. They are one of two major league clubs based in New York City, the other being the National League's (NL) New York Mets. The Yankees began to play in the 1901 season as the Baltimore Orioles (no relation to the modern Baltimore Orioles). In 1903, Frank Farrell and Bill Devery purchased the franchise after it ceased operations and moved it to New York City, renaming the club the New York Highlanders. The Highlanders were officially renamed the New York Yankees in 1913.
Here's a list compiled by Brendan Kuty for nj.com of a few of the current and former Yankees with steroids, banned substances, and drugs in their rearview: Alex Rodriguez admitted in 2009 to using steroids from 2001 to 2003 while with the Texas Rangers. In 2013, Rodriguez was caught again, and banned for the entire 2014 season. Prior to 2009, he had denied ever taking PEDs. Roger Clemens, in a 2005 book, slugger and admitted steroid user Jose Canseco outed Clemens as a steroid user. In 2007, his name was mentioned 82 times in the Mitchell Report, which was a report on steroid use in the game. Clemens has repeatedly denied ever using PEDs. His former teammate and ex-best friend Andy Pettitte has linked Clemens to human growth hormone. Andy Pettitte has admitted to using human growth hormone to recover from a 2002 elbow injury. He said that Roger Clemens' trainer at the time hooked him up with the drugs. Clemens and Pettitte were tight. Jason Giambi has admitted using steroids. He reportedly used it several times from 2001 to 2003. He's also admitted using human growth hormone. Giambi was fingered by the FBI in its BALCO case that ensnared Barry Bonds. Gary Sheffield, in 2004, Sheffield admitted using a testosterone-based steroid that was given to him by BALCO after Barry Bonds introduced him to the laboratory. He said he didn't know what he was using was a steroid. Jose Canseco is the poster boy for steroid use in MLB. He played one season for the Yankees in 2000. His 2005 book, "Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids, Smash Hits & How Baseball Got Big," was his personal account of steroids use in MLB.
Maintenance (Housekeeper) says"there party and events and office to do."
Ticket Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"Hours were very long, management constantly criticized work and productivity with no backup review, pay low, minimum vacation time and only allowed during a small window of time. But it's The Yankees, which is more important than anything else to many employees. Cons: Pay, hours"
On-Air Personality (Current Employee) says"Poor compensation...driven into the ground as an employee and no cares given to personal life/needs."
Marketing Coordinator (Former Employee) says"Since the Boss passed away self-interest and no collaboration between Tampa and New York offices have festered. Some amazing co-workers, but the cons outweigh the pros sadly. Cons: Management"
Assistant Manager, Stadium Operations (Former Employee) says"A typical day starts with unpredictability and unrealistic demands. The hardest part of the job is that most people in management positions had no clue about their job functions and responsibilities."
Player Development (Former Employee) says"typical day at work will be monday thru saturday 645am to 5pm, i learned about management, work politics etc... Staff was unbalane, hardest part of the job was trying to make the ideal plan meaning workouts for the baseball player, the most enjoyable part of my job was working wtih major league baseball players and learn from them"
Professional Athlete (Former Employee) says"Being in the Yankees organization was definitely a good experience but as a player who wasn’t considered a top prospect you definitely get overlooked and it makes things very tough."
Corporate Sales and Sponsorships Intern (Former Employee) says"You get to tell your friends you work for the Yankees, meet cool people and have cool stories to tell, make some amazing memories, learn about the Sports business, learn about large-scale event coordination, benefits are good, decent perks (comp tickets, discounted merch...etc.)"
Coordinator, Premium Sales & Service (Current Employee) says"I worked with very sensitive information and do not feel comfortable sharing it in this manner. My apologies for the lack of description, but I won't release this information."
Club house & Ticket Sales Representative (Current Employee) says"Great job if you like to be around people. Gives you a chance to do alot of different things and see what working in sports is like. Great job to start out."
Law Clerk in the Office of the General Counsel (Former Employee) says"It's the Yankees. When you work for the best, expect to be pushed, but to learn a tremendous amount. Great experience with great people."
Ticket Sales Representative (Former Employee) says"Loads of customers, form the moment you walk in your dealing with easy 30 35 customers. Crazy work hours if you trying to move up there be per paired for 12hr shifts. no vacation days"
Former Employee - Account Executive says"I worked at New York Yankees full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Toxic boys club, politics override performance, HR is non existent."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at New York Yankees full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Pay is TERRIBLE. There are no raises, there are no bonuses. There is also no appreciation for the work you do and employees are treated as almost less-than-human. Higher ups see everyone below them as replaceable and so you are treated as such. The moral is low in every department. No one is treated equally."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at New York Yankees full-time for more than 3 years Cons: too much of leadership comes from the old "Steinbrenner" guard, not quick enough to adapt, refused to provide commission for more service-related roles, the grind of the baseball schedule can be brutal especially when for weekends when the team was on the road we would host client events at the stadium, you were required to clock out for lunch even if you had to work through it, many times it was thrown in our faces how much of a privilege it was to work there and if we didn't like it we should leave, got scrutinized for taking too much overtime despite the fact that it was needed"
Former Employee - Director says"I worked at New York Yankees full-time for more than 3 years Cons: The only team in the organization is on the field. Tampa office is treated like a red-headed step child. The play for power between Tampa and NYC is real."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at New York Yankees full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Company is stuck in the past, decision making is painful, rules are inconsistent, lack of communication between management and employees, leadership is lacking, have to fight for everything, salaries aren't good, working weekends/holidays for events, no career path unless you are on "the inside". This contributes to an overall unmotivated and dissatisfied workforce (full-time at least)."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I have been working at New York Yankees part-time for more than 5 years Cons: Lack of enthusiasm in the workplace. Coworkers do not make the place enjoyable, instead make in frustrating."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at New York Yankees full-time for more than 3 years Cons: Very difficult to move up in the company - unless in sales. You EASILY burn out working the games. Pay is low. If working for the yankees isn't a big enough enticement, there's not much else making it worth it."
says"I worked at New York Yankees Cons: Hours, overall lack of personal life"
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"I worked at New York Yankees part-time Cons: Very rude upper management. No growth potential, unless willing to sacrifice school and work full-time."
says"I have been working at New York Yankees Cons: Game/event schedule is grueling. Restrictive HR policies. No opportunity for commission or bonus unless you work in sales. Limited growth opportunities unless people leave or you work in sales."
Anonymous says"I hate them. Their fans are toxic people."
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Michael says"Lindor to New York but not the Yankees. 2021 sucks"
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