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 the newspapers led the public to believe the two Yankee teammates couldn’t...