Giancarlo Stanton was far and away the biggest free agency acquisition of the baseball offseason, and not surprisingly, Yankee fans are expecting big things from Stanton and bash brother Aaron Judge for many years to come.New York is also a tough freakin’ town, and Stanton got his first taste of the Gotham venom in his first ever game at Yankee Stadium after taking striking out 5 times against the Rays, today. It was the first time Stanton had K’d 5 times in a game in his career and Yankee fans celebrated the occasion by booing him all the way back to the dugout. Oh, yeah, the Yankees had a comfortable 9-4 lead at the time of his 5th K, and won the game 11-4. Good god, people.The pinstripes always look great, but the other half of the equation is the obligation to please an unrelenting fanbase. Watch Gio get a New York welcome in his first game. It ain’t Miami.More boos for Giancarlo Stanton. This time Michael Kay addresses the Yankees fans booing. pic.twitter.com/8ivtGl327A— Aldo Soto (@AldoSoto21) April 3, 2018 Advertisement
Bryan Moss, former Vice-Chairman and President of Gulfstream Aerospace, has been added to the Atlanta Motorsports Park team as a Board of Advisor Member. Jeremy Porter, CEO of Atlanta Motorsports Park says: “Having Bryan join our team is a great honor and this addition further strengthens the Atlanta Motorsports Park organization. Bryan adds dimension to our team with his vast success in corporate America, his ability to build a world-class brand, and his excellence in serving his clients. We plan to tap into that intellectual capital for our business and members to help prevent pitfalls and accelerate the successes. Presently he sits on the Board for Skip Barber Racing School and has a deep passion and understanding of motorsports, so it was an easy choice for the rest of the team to bring Bryan aboard.”A motorsports enthusiast, Bryan Moss became President Emeritus of Gulfstream Aerospace in April of 2007 following a four-year appointment as President of the company and Executive Vice President, Aerospace Group, General Dynamics Corporation. He retired in 2008. Moss worked in several leadership roles with Canadair and was appointed President of the Business Aircraft Division of Bombardier Aerospace Group in 1992.He has served on the U.S.-Japan Business Council, the U.S.-China Business Council and the U.S.-Hong Kong Business Council. In 2006, Moss was elected a trustee on the Georgia Research Alliance Board. He is also a member of the Georgia Tech Advisory Board. In 2007, Bryan Moss was awarded the National Business Aviation Association’s Meritorious Service Award, the Association’s highest award for service and contributions to the business aviation industry.