‘Yankee Miracles’ Author Ray Negron To Sign At Empire City Casino Nov. 5

In 1973, young Ray Negron’s life changed forever when, while spray painting graffiti on the outside of Yankee Stadium, he was caught by none other than Principal Owner George Steinbrenner. Rather than turn in the 18-year-old Queens youth to police, the Boss gave Ray a job as Yankees batboy, to pay off the cost of the damages. Given the second chance, Negron thrived. Now he tells his amazing story, which includes close friendships with some of the game’s greatest stars and personalities (Reggie Jackson, Thurman Munson and Billy Martin, to name a few) as well as a career as a community leader and Yankees advisor, in his new book Yankee Miracles, which recently reached the top spot for both new biographies and baseball books on the Amazon.com list.

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