The New York Yankees closer, who is retiring after this season, will be the last MLB player to wear 42, which was retired in …
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Why some traditional powers might struggle this season
According to some New York Yankees, booing hurt their chances against the Detroit Tigers. That’s one excuse no one wants to hear.
Alex Rodriguez is benched for Game 5. Might he sit out the rest of the playoffs?
As the New York Yankees hang on — barely — to a divisional lead that once seemed clinched, a Bobby Valentine interview adds more drama to Boston’s sorry season
After 14 losing years, even an early-season tease can be awfully nice
Boston’s new manager questions Derek Jeter’s baseball instincts and applauds a pounding of Alex Rodriguez. Think that will get New York’s attention?
When Detroit Tigers relief pitcher Jose Valverde whiffed Alex Rodriguez late Thursday night, ending Game 5 of the American League Division Series, the Yankees Stadium boos never seemed louder. And A-Rod never seemed smaller.
If you’re a baseball fan who enjoys nothing more than the New York Yankees falling on their faces in October, tonight has the potential to be special.
If baseball’s postseason is anything like the last night of the regular season, we’re in for one hell of an October.
On Wednesday, former New York Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu was found dead in his apartment outside Los Angeles. Authorities are calling Irabu’s death an apparent suicide.
The most pessimistic group of sports fans on the planet – those who cheer for Philadelphia sports teams – now have an unexpected reason to be delirious. In one of the most surprising off-season moves in recent baseball history, …
Wednesday afternoon’s fifth game of American League Championship Series seemed destined to be the day in which the Texas Rangers, that anemic franchise which started in D.C. and moved to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, only to …