New York Yankees Tony Kubek and Bobby Richardson were called the “Milkshake Twins,” the second base-shortstop combination that anchored the Yankees during the late 1950s through the mid-1960s.
The New York Yankees after World War II dominated baseball for two decades. That's in large part due to the corporate culture of the Yankee organization -- a "detached professionalism" that wins.
Personal appearance, attire, eye contact, and body language influence your first impression. Use nonverbal communication to convey friendliness, self-confidence, and professionalism.
In 1961, New York Yankees Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris both pursued Babe Ruth’s single-season record for home runs. This article looks at the friendship that season deepened, especially their being roommates while...