On November 11, a 51-year-old homeless man collecting recyclables from a garbage can in Mullaly Park near Yankee Stadium discovered a garbage bag with an M-4 semiautomatic rifle and two SIG Sauer 9mm handguns inside. He contacted the police. It turns out his find was part of a cache of... More »
After countless loops around Central Park and swings through the city’s avenues, Eliza Cooper took a turn and headed north. Past Yankee Stadium, past Morningside Heights, past that little red lighthouse on the brink of the Hudson River. Show More Summary
A man attending a Yankees home game last month is accused of groping a woman. [ more › ]
The New York Yankees hosted close to 80 kids and adults with hearing impairment at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx (NY) a couple of weeks ago, including more than 15 The post Q+A: Ron Harper appeared first on SLAMonline.
Two starts into his first postseason, it's safe to say Dallas Keuchel likes October. And October likes him back. After twirling six shutout innings in the Houston Astros' 3-0 Wild Card Game win at Yankee Stadium, Keuchel offered a heck...Show More Summary
After two years away, the New York Yankees made their triumphant return to playoff baseball only to be shut out by Houston's Dallas Keuchel, losing 3-0 to the upstart Astros in front of a sellout crowd at Yankee Stadium. It's a disappointing end for a team that led its division for much of the regular season but struggled down the stretch. Show More Summary
As a firm subscriber to the “do whatever the fuck you want” theory of fandom, I’m never going to get on paying fans for making their displeasure audible. Which isn’t to say the sound of Yankee Stadium loudly booing the Yankees late in their wild-card loss to Houston didn’t make television viewers very happy. Read more...
Jessica Mendoza made baseball history on Tuesday night when she became the first woman to call a nationally televised MLB playoff game. The ESPN analyst joined John Kruk and Dan Shulman in the booth at Yankee Stadium to provide color...Show More Summary
The Houston Astros showed off their maturity on the diamond but acted their age in a boisterous celebration at Yankee Stadium after eliminating their hosts 3-0 in their one-and-done Wild Card playoff game.
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 06: Luke Gregerson #44 of the Houston Astros celebrates with his teammates Jason Castro #15 and Marwin Gonzalez #9 after defeating the New York Yankees in the American League Wild Card Game at Yankee Stadium on October 6, 2015 in New York City. The Astros [...]
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
The Yankees' postseason is already over, some three hours after it began. In front of an amped-up crowd at Yankee Stadium, which was hosting its first postseason game since 2012, Cy Young candidate Dallas Keuchel shut down the New York offense for six innings, and the Astros bullpen did so... More »
The Yankees and Astros got underway at The Stadium at 8:10 Tuesday night, but empty seats still littered the stands.
Welcome back! Oh hey, guess what! The MLB postseason is here and that can only mean one thing... MARLINS MAN BACK. This time at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. It's nice to see you again, sir. Where did we see Marlins man last? Oh, the NBA Finals. And the Preakness. And the 2014 World Series. And at a Miami Heat game. And everywhere except a Marlins game.
Don't mistake empty for empathy. There are a lot of ticked off Yankees fans right now. If you see empty seats at Yankee Stadium, you might be tempted to make jokes. That's OK! Run with it. People sure love jokes. But the seats aren't empty because Yankees fans don't care. Show More Summary
In a one-game playoff to remain alive in baseball’s postseason, the New York Yankees host the Houston Astros at Yankee Stadium.
The New York Yankees begin their postseason Tuesday night against the Houston Astros at Yankee Stadium. It’s a do-or-die playoff play-in, with the winner headed to Kansas City to play the Royals in the divisional round. ?And as a Yankees fan, I have to admit: I don’t want it to happen. Show More Summary
The Houston Astros and New York Yankees will kick off the 2015 MLB postseason with the American League Wild Card Game Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium. In a one-game, do-or-die contest, the little details are magnified. Let's identify a handful of keys for each team in its pursuit of victory. Show More Summary