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The Bronx Bombers presented a plaque Wednesday to his grandson, Zondwa, commemorating the 1990 visit to Yankee Stadium by Mandela, who died Dec. 5 at 95.
Masahiro Tanaka allowed two bunt hits in eight dominant innings on a frigid Monday, Carlos Beltran homered for the third straight game and New York welcomed the Chicago Cubs to the current Yankee Stadium with a 3-0 victory in the opener of Monday's day-night doubleheader.
A dozen games into the 2014 MLB season, the Chicago Cubs find themselves heading into Yankee Stadium with a 4-8 record and a 3-6 record against division rivals. Surprising? Not so much. The Cubs are expected to round out the bottom of...Show More Summary
You could stick to Yankee Stadium's improved but pricey concessions, or you could be bolder, save a few (read: a lot) of bucks, and venture out into the surrounding neighborhood. The Bronx is a wonderful place to eat if you know where to look, and we have you covered.
On Monday, one of the least surprising details about New York City FC, who will begin play in 2015, emerged thanks to an article by Andrew Das and David Waldstein in the New York Times. What is surprising about the report is the fact...Show More Summary
File this under "no surprise": The NY Times reported Monday night that forthcoming soccer team New York City FC will spend the first three years of their MLS existence playing in Yankee Stadium. A formal announcement from the team is expected next week. [ more › ]
Major League Soccer's New York-based expansion club, New York City Football Club will debut in a symbolic venue, according to The New York Times' Andrew Das and David Waldstein. Das and Waldstein report that the team will play its first...Show More Summary
The Cubs and the Yankees, who will play in the Bronx on Tuesday and Wednesday, have met only seven times at Yankee Stadium. Chicago is seeking its first win here.
We don't have a $25 cheese-stuffed corn dog but the Yankees are selling something equally expensive, caloric and incredible. Behold the Nacho Helmet, a behemoth portion of chips and florescent "cheese" served inside a plastic bowl shaped like a batter's helmet. Show More Summary
The Yankees sent fans home happy - not to mention well-rested - in their series finale against the Red Sox. During Sunday night's broadcast from Yankee Stadium, ESPN cameras focused on a fan snoozing his way through the top of the fourth inning.
When we think of "hitter-friendly" ballparks, Coors Field and Yankee Stadium are often the first two that come to mind due to the tendency for fly balls to travel beyond the outfield walls and into the hands of a lucky fan. But justShow More Summary
When Norman Thomas and Monroe arrived at Yankee Stadium for the PSAL baseball championship game in June 2009, officials told both teams’ coaches they couldn’t use the field to warm up. The news threw Monroe off, but Norman Thomas hardly blinked.
The New York Yankees lived up to their age-old nickname, “The Bronx Bombers,” on Saturday as they belted five home runs on their way to a 7-4 victory in a day game against their rivals, the Boston Red Sox at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. The game was the third in the early-season four game
Even without Koji Uehara, the Boston Red Sox evened things up with arch-rivals the New York Yankees in their second of 19 meetings in the 2014 MLB season. After losing on Thursday, the Red Sox beat the Yankees 4-2 at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx Friday night, behind a solo homer by Jonny Gomes and
The Maple Leafs officially announced the hire of Brendan Shanahan as team president today, so it seems like a good time to dig up this old story of a younger, wilder Shanahan, beating the shit out of some Yankee Stadium bleacher creatures. Read more...
On Thursday night at Yankee Stadium, the 2014 comeback story of New York Yankees right-hander Michael Pineda got a little dirty. Literally. If you had Twitter open while Pineda led the Yankees to a 4-1 victory over the Boston Red Sox...Show More Summary
The New York Yankees faced the Boston Red Sox for the first time in the 2014 MLB season Thursday night at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, New York — and it was the Yankees who emerged victorious by a 4-1 score, behind six sharp innings from 25-year-old pitcher Michael Pineda who was making only his
The only thing missing was George Brett. Michael Pineda dominated the Red Sox in his first start at Yankee Stadium, leading the Yankees to a 4-1 win over their rivals in front of 42,821.