Summer may be winding down, but there’s still plenty of time to get yourself to a baseball game before the season ends. Last weekend, I paid a visit to Yankee Stadium (but let’s be real, I’m solely a Tigers fan) and I was reminded that baseball is one of the best warm weather activities in [...]
Three weeks ago, the Yankees pushed the Tigers around at Yankee Stadium. Tuesday night, the Tigers pushed back. Rick Porcellopitched the Tigers to a 5-2 victory at Comerica Park to kick off this crucial three-game series between the two AL wild card contenders.
Liverpool and Manchester City go again in Premier League play on Monday when the Reds travel to the Etihad to battle the Sky Blues. The two outfits played to a 2-2 draw at Yankee Stadium over the summer with the … Continue reading ? Manchester City vs Liverpool Predicted Lineups is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Chris Sale was in complete control at Yankee Stadium, all set to end Chicago's losing streak. And then the ball glanced off Dayan Viciedo's glove.
On the day when they retired Joe Torre’s number at Yankee Stadium, on the other side of 161st St. from where he managed the last Yankees dynasty, he talked about how short the distance was from the place where the old Stadium once stood, but how long the journey was from the field to Monument Park.
Tennis stars arriving in the greatest city in the world for the U.S. Open this week may find it difficult to keep their mind on the court with Broadway, five-star restaurants, Museum Mile and Yankee Stadium so close at hand. Fortunately, Maria Sharapova has a strategy when in town.
Now there is only one. Or, rather, the “2.” The summer of Joe Torre rolled on Saturday at Yankee Stadium with the Yankees formally retiring their four-ringed skipper’s No. 6, leaving only Derek Jeter’s No. 2 as the only single-digit Yankee uniform not to be consigned to pinstripe Valhalla.
So Joe Torre’s number goes up on the walls at Yankee Stadium, and it’s important to note that there are a couple of other managers with numbers up there, too.
NEW YORK (AP) — Joe Torre lingered on the field at Yankee Stadium, hugging each one of the guests on hand Saturday to honor New York's four-time World Series winning manager.
There will never be another No. 6 in pinstripes. Joe Torre was immortalized in Yankees lore on Saturday, getting his number retired in addition to getting a plaque in Monument Park.
The Yankees ace seems like he's on his way back. Masahiro Tanaka threw 35 pitches of live batting practice off the mound at Yankee Stadium and felt just fine afterward.
Now, everybody loves Chris. At least, they did Thursday at Yankee Stadium when comedian Chris Rock grabbed a foul ball during the Yankees-Astros game and handed it to a kid sitting near him.
At yesterday's Yankees-Astros games, TV cameras zeroed in on actors Chris Rock and Bobby Cannavale sitting in the crowd behind the visitors dugout. And after the next pitch, the Houston Astros' Jon Singleton hit a foul ball right at them. [ more › ]
Chris Rock was sitting in the front row at Yankee Stadium to watch the Yankees take on the Astros when he suddenly became part of the action, made a horrible play, and then made one young fan very happy. Rock was sitting behind the third base dugout when a foul ball by the Astros went skyward and came down right where Rock was sitting. Show More Summary
Chris Rock wasn’t just watching the New York Yankees game today, he was participating. The comedian caught a foul ball today at Yankees stadium. Well, he didn’t actually catch it. Chris gave his best effort but couldn’t manage to grab the ball while it was in the air. He did scoop it up from underneath […]
Derek Jeter took the field Thursday with a special good luck charm - courtesy of the Daily News.
Remember that plan to build a soccer arena south of Yankee Stadium? Capital New York's latest investigation reveals that negotiations related to that particular site—which includes three financially ailing parking lots and a building with a major elevator company—have stalled....
Retiring Yankees legend Derek Jeter took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge yesterday in the clubhouse at Yankee Stadium. If you ask a devout Yankees fan, they’ll probably tell you it was the greatest, classiest, and most clutch ice bucket challenge of all time. However, in reality it was pretty run of the mill. That being […]
Almost two years ago, in Public Financing of Private Sports Enterprises: Good for the Private, Bad for the Public, I pointed to the fiasco surrounding the financing of the Yankee Stadium parking garages as yet more proof of why public...Show More Summary
The line to enter Yankee Stadium through Gate 2 two hours before Tuesday’s first pitch was worse than going through security at an airport, according to one fan. That backup of about 150 people shortly after the gates opened was a byproduct of the two new metal detectors placed there.