Yanks open museum exhibit honoring 'Boss'

Yanks open museum exhibit honoring 'Boss'

Yanks open museum exhibit honoring 'Boss'
NEW YORK -- The Yankees opened a new exhibit on Friday honoring late principal owner George M. Steinbrenner at the Yankee Stadium museum.

The exhibit, located on the 200 level in right field, aims to capture Steinbrenner's "dedication to winning, his motivation to take the Yankees to the top of baseball and his quiet generosity." It features all seven of The Boss' World Series rings, his three American League championship rings from years the Yankees did not win the Fall Classic, his two Olympic rings, his 1977 All-Star Game ring and his '67 Rose Bowl ring.

Other mementos include Steinbrenner's "Lead, Follow, or Get the Hell Out of the Way" sign from the original Yankee Stadium, Associated Press photos and artwork from late New York Daily News cartoonist Bill Gallo, in addition to several other awards and items given to Steinbrenner during his tenure as the Yankees' owner.