Yankees’ Manager Says Justice Was Served With Bin Laden Death

DETROIT (WWJ) – The New York Yankees are in town to take on the Tigers in a four game series beginning Monday night.

The link between news and sports is undeniable as people all over the U.S. react to the reported killing of the most wanted man in the world of terrorism, Osama bin Laden and the home of ‘Ground Zero’ New York.

New York Yankees Manager Joe Girardi talks about two days in our history he won’t forget, Sept. 11, 2001 the day the Twin Towers in New York were brought down by planes flown directly into them and May 1, 2011 the day Osama bin Laden was found and killed.

Listen to his memories here and why he feels justice was served:


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