Hank Steinbrenner, the co-owner of the New York Yankees, died suddenly on Monday at the age of 63. As The New York Post reports:
Hank Steinbrenner, general partner and co-chairperson of the Yankees, died early Tuesday morning due to a lengthy illness at his Clearwater, Fla. residence surrounded by family members. He was 63.
According to a source the cause of death was not COVID-19.
Steinbrenner was in his 13th year as general partner and 11th as co-chairperson.
Steinbrenner was the oldest son of George and Joan Steinbrenner. Brother Hal Steinbrenner is the Yankees’ managing general partner and co-chairperson. Sisters Jennifer Steinbrenner Swindal and Jessica Steinbrenner are general partners and vice chairpersons.
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Steinbrenner, whose legendary father passed away in 2010, is survived by four children and a grandchild.