Spring Training

Yankees staying loose, host annual team-building activities

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On Thursday, the New York Yankees hosted their final team workout prior to the start of their spring training games. However, the Bronx Bombers day wasn’t complete once their workouts were finished.

According to a press release sent out by the Yankees, the organization held their annual team-building activities at the Steinbrenner Field Pavilion. Steve Shenbaum, an actor/comedian and founder of “game on Nation,” served as the leader of the festivities.

Yankees players, coaches, field staff and front office baseball operations personnel all participated in the event. Exercises (such as improvisation games) were used to help improve leadership and communication.

From the look of it, it appears that the team had a great time and are staying nice and loose. Below are some additional photos from the event (courtesy of the New York Yankees).

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The Yankees will begin their spring training action on Friday, as they take on the Detroit Tigers at George M. Steinbrenner Field. YES Network will broadcast the game live, which is scheduled to begin at 1:05 PM EST.

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