Alex Rodriguez and Brett Gardner, who helped carry the Yankees’ offense for much of the season, were a combined 0 for 8 in a loss to the Astros, with five strikeouts.
The NBA preseason is a time for players to work back into shape, shake off the rust and get ready for the regular season. Usually, the games aren't hotly-contested battles where tempers flare. Usually. Preseason getting heated Trevor...Show More Summary
The New York Yankees were eliminated from postseason play Tuesday after falling to the Houston Astros, 3-0, in front of their home crowd, and general manager Brian Cashman took some time afterward to reflect on a deal that nearly materialized...Show More Summary
On Tuesday night, the New York Yankees embarked on their first postseason run since 2012. Surely, they were hoping it would last long enough to see them through to championship No. 28. Instead, it lasted about three hours, as the Yankees...Show More Summary
NEW YORK — They made it through April, and they made it through May, and as September wore down, the Houston Astros were still hanging on. All of a sudden it was October, and the Astros were still playing. And even on a Tuesday night...Show More Summary
Ichiro Suzuki signed a one-year contract to remain with the Miami Marlins, giving him an opportunity to reach 3,000 hits in the majors.
Gomez, who missed 17 of Houston’s last 20 games with an injury, homered off Masahiro Tanaka on the first pitch of the fourth to put the Yankees in a hole they never escaped.
The Astros played on the same field as the Yankees — who outspend every other A.L. team — for the same stakes while illustrating the other extreme of team-building.
Thank goodness he's okay! The Lakers played their second preseason game of the year on Tuesday night in Hawaii against the Utah Jazz. Early in the 1st quarter when Lakers fans saw D'Angelo Russell go down hard in the paint, most could only hold their breath and hope it wasn't too serious. Show More Summary
Houston, we don't have a problem The Houston Astros made sure their celebration of their AL Wild Card win traveled out of their clubhouse and onto their opponent's field, as they popped champagne and partied on the Yankee Stadium mound. Party...Show More Summary
The Houston Astros stumbled at times down the stretch of the 2015 regular season, but those struggles weren't evident Tuesday night as they downed the New York Yankees, 3-0, in an American League Wild Card showdown at Yankee Stadium. The...Show More Summary
Colby Rasmus hit a home run and helped the Astros notch a 3-0 win against the Yankees. Afterwards, he celebrated like this: Colby Rasmus. The. End. #Astros pic.twitter.com/i6bFP62M2D — Jerome Solomon (@JeromeSolomon) October 7, 2015 Colby...Show More Summary
Who needs a full complement of rest heading into the MLB playoffs? Certainly not Houston Astros ace Dallas Keuchel. The dominant southpaw took the mound on short rest for the first time in his career Tuesday in the do-or-die American League Wild Card Game and shut out the New York Yankees in six innings on the way to a 3-0 victory. Show More Summary
The Houston Astros blasted into the next round of the Major League Baseball postseason with a 3-0 shutout of the New York Yankees in their Wild Card playoff game on Tuesday.
The Astros will move on to face the Royals in the ALDS, while the Yankees get to think about what needs to change for 2016. Troy Tulowitzki first suited up for the Blue Jays on July 29, while the Yankees had a 7.5 game lead on Toronto. Show More Summary
Whoa, a CFL catch of a lifetime! Whoever keeps irrationally saying the CFL has no talent, take a look at this game winning catch by the Toronto Argonauts Chad Owens to win them the game against Ottawa Redblacks. Ballgame. What a catch. Show More Summary
The orange-clad Astros now advance to the AL Divison Series, where they will face the defending AL champion Royals. Game 1 is Thursday night in Kansas City.
The last time the Astros and Royals were in the postseason in the same season was 1980. The Kansas City Royals followed up their 2014 American League pennant with another great season in 2015, this time owning the best record in theShow More Summary
Despite finishing with the worst record in the National League West, the Colorado Rockies will retain Walt Weiss as their manager through next season, per Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal. Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich confirmed theShow More Summary
Colorado Rockies manager Walt Weiss says he will return to the dugout next season after meeting with General Manager Jeff Bridich on Tuesday.