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Estranged husband of Yankees co-owner selling World Series rings

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A former New York Yankees executive is selling his World Series rings.

This day in baseball history: A coup for the Cardinals

(Paul Mirengoff) On December 8, 1967, the St. Louis Cardinals obtained home run king Roger Maris from the New York Yankees in exchange for Charlie Smith. The trade completed a nifty two-step. First, as discussed here, St. Louis acquired Orlando Cepeda to fill the void (and then some) that Bill White had left at first base. Show More Summary

MLB Winter Meetings 2016: Live Coverage of Rule 5 Draft, Final Rumors and Deals

A pair of high-profile free agents — Aroldis Chapman (New York Yankees) and Ian Desmond (Colorado Rockies) — both came off the market Wednesday, but Chicago was once again the center of the baseball universe, as both the Cubs and White...Show More Summary

Aroldis Chapman's Record $86M Deal Is Old-School Excess for New Yankees Era

NATIONAL HARBOR, Md. — The New York Yankees need Aroldis Chapman the way they need red socks, or birdcages containing blue jays and orioles in the grand foyer of Yankee Stadium. Not only would the aforementioned be utterly ridiculous,...Show More Summary

MLB Free Agency: Grading Aroldis Chapman's Return To The New York Yankees

The Yankees are bringing back Aroldis Chapman, but how well does his lucrative contract make the grade?

Aroldis Chapman to Yankees: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Reaction

The New York Yankees took a big step toward returning to contention once again by adding Aroldis Chapman. Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports reported the Bronx Bombers inked him to a five-year deal worth $86 million Wednesday. Jon Heyman of...Show More Summary

Orioles' Buck Showalter dishes on 'Seinfeld' taxes, offering a look at what IRS considers taxable income

In 1994, Buck Showalter, current Baltimore Orioles (Go Birds!) manager but back then manager of the New York Yankees, had a small role in an episode of Seinfeld. Fans of the show about nothing might remember that this particular episode was, in part, about the Bronx Bombers uniforms. Show More Summary

Yankees to retire Derek Jeter’s No. 2, but not against Red Sox for some reason

In the least surprising news of the day, the New York Yankees announced Tuesday that they will retire Derek Jeter’s No. 2 in a Monument Park ceremony on May 14. In the most surprising news of the day, the ceremony won’t take place ahead of a game against the hated Boston Red Sox but before […]

On the Street…Cricket Player, Mumbai

  Watching a pickup cricket match and finally found a real New York Yankee at bat!!!   If it looks like that hard red leather ball is coming right at me it’s because it was!!   Right after this frame I think I was hit by the ball, a fielder, and my guide all at [...]

Derek Jeter's Jersey Number to Be Retired by Yankees: Latest Details, Reaction

New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter will have his famed No. 2 jersey retired by the storied organization before the team's game against the Houston Astros on May 14, 2017. The Yankees made the announcement official Tuesday morning: More to follow. Read more MLB news on

Matt Holliday Adds Proven Winner to Hasten Upstart Yankees' Youthful Rebuild

A scant three weeks before Christmas, the New York Yankees signed Matt Holliday for one year and $13 million, per FanRag Sports' Jon Heyman. I will spare you the painfully obvious holiday/Holliday puns. It's a solid move for the Yanks,...Show More Summary

Matt Holliday to Yankees: Latest Contract Details, Comments, Reaction

Matt Holliday struggled to find his previous All-Star form throughout an injury-marred 2016 season, but the New York Yankees reportedly took a chance on him Sunday. According to Joel Sherman of the New York Post, the Bronx Bombers signed the slugger to a one-year deal worth $13 million. Show More Summary

Matt Holliday signs 1-year deal with Yankees, per reports

The New York Yankees have added some veteran pop to their lineup, agreeing to terms with veteran outfielder Matt Holliday on a one-year, $13 million, per Jon Heyman of CBS Sports. The deal was first reported as close by Sweeny MurtiShow More Summary

MLB New York Yankees Rumors: Free Agent Rich Hill Joining This Offseason

MLB New York Yankees Rumors have been abuzz about Rich Hill joining the team. The New York Yankees are reportedly interested in acquiring the free agent this offseason itself. The Yankees have already expressed interest in signing the pitcher as per latest rumors. Show More Summary

MLB News: Will New York Yankees Acquire Edwin Encarnacion

The latest MLB News rumors hint at Edwin Encarnacion being bought by the Yankees. The New York Yankees are looking at first baseman Encarnacion as a major boost for the side. This will also help the Yankees weaken the Blue Jays. MLBShow More Summary

MLB Rumors 2016: Mike Trout Heading to NY Yankees This Offseason?

Recent MLB Rumors 2016 state that Mike Trout may be bought by the Yankees. The New York Yankees seem likely to buy Mike Trout in the offseason. The Yankees have already traded several big players including Aroldis Chapman and Carlos Beltran. Show More Summary

Rich Hill Signing Would Be Great Yankees Fit for Both Present and Future

The New York Yankees need a starting pitcher. In past winters, that would have led to their going after only the best options, and damn the cost! But since they need to be smart this winter, let's help point them toward Rich Hill. In truth, it can be hard to tell which direction the Yankees are leaning in. Show More Summary

MLB Rumors: Yankees to Sign Free Agents, Aroldis Chapman, Carlos Beltran

MLB Rumors are abuzz about Aroldis Chapman and Carlos Beltran being signed by the Yankees. The New York Yankees are reportedly gunning for both these free agents this winter. The Yankees are planning something really big as per sources. Show More Summary

New York Yankees Rumors: Aroldis Chapman Reunion Close After Comments From Closer?

New York Yankees rumors link the team to closer Aroldis Champman in a positive way. The Yankees are looking for bullpen help through MLB free agency and Chapman might be at the top of the list (again). A report by the New York Post was released on Tuesday (Nov. Show More Summary

New York Yankees News: Yoenis Cespedes and Edwin Encarnacion On The Radar?

The New York Yankees are reportedly considering signing either one or both of Yoenis Cespedes and Edwin Encarnacion, according to Jim Bowden of ESPN. After trading Brian McCann on Thursday, the Yankees have an opening at designated hitter. New York Yankees News: Yoenis Cespedes and Edwin Encarnacion On The Radar? is an article from: The Inquisitr News

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