Giants React to Passing of Boss

The Giants organization was certainly affected by the death of Yankees owner George Steinbrenner Tuesday morning. Just two days after the Yanks and Giants lost their voice, Bob Sheppard, who passed away at the age of 99, the Boss passed away at 80 years old.

Here's what the Giants co-owners had to say about the passing of Steinbrenner.

Giants president John Mara: "The passing of George Steinbrenner leaves a significant void in the fabric of the sports world and New York City. The thoughts and prayers of our organization are with the Steinbrenner and Yankees families. George's energy and his commitment and devotion to the Yankees were unmatched, and he was as generous and charitable a person as has ever been in sports. His was a unique, special and unforgettable presence."

Giants chairman Steve Tisch: "George Steinbrenner was a dynamic personality in sports and in business. He was the ultimate competitor in both worlds. All of us in the business of sports want to win; that is the objective. George personified that ambition. He and his good works will be missed dearly. George and my father had a special relationship; they were both good businessmen, and George loved the Yankees and my father loved the Giants."

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