Former Yankees owner George Steinbrenner is getting another chance at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
The Today's Game Era ballot for the Class of 2019 was released on Monday and Steinbrenner appears on the ballot for the third consecutive season.
Steinbrenner, who bought the Yankees in 1973 and presided over six World Series titles and 11 American League pennants, is the lone executive on the ballot and only non-living candidate.
Although a polarizing figure who was once banned from Major League Baseball, Steinbrenner was influential and was one of the first owners to capitalize on free agency, signing marquee players such as Catfish Hunter, Reggie Jackson, Goose Gossage and Dave Winfield.
Steinbrenner has been eligible to be voted into the Hall of Fame several times over years but has come up short each time.
The Today's Game Era committee consists of 16 members (Hall of Famers, executives, media) and 12 votes are needed to receive an induction.
Also on the ballot this year is Harold Baines, Albert Belle, Joe Carter, Will Clark, Orel Hershiser and Lee Smith for their contributions as players and Davey Johnson, Charlie Manuel and Lou Piniella for their contributions as managers.
The vote will take place on Dec. 9 at the Baseball Winter Meetings in Las Vegas.