Report: Yankees lost $50M to $85M in 2005
The New York Yankees lost between $50 million and $85 million for the 2005 season, the New York Daily News reported Sunday.
Despite drawing more than four million fans, a payroll of $200 million plus an additional $110 million in revenue sharing and luxury taxes has left the Yankees in the red, according to the paper.
"Yes, even George has his limits," one source told the Daily News.
The paper also reports that the Yankees might have to open up their checkbooks even further if ...
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