by Alex Balk "'I have used it in Brooklyn Bowl, the Gutter, Yankee Stadium, many streets, bars, parks, people’s homes,' one 29-year-old educator, who lives in Crown Heights and teaches classes at a popular city attraction, says of his...Show More Summary
I grew up and went to school in the '50s and '60s near Yankee Stadium. Until I was fourteen I could hear the crowds roar each spring and fall from my classroom at the north end of Joyce Kilmer Park. Before becoming the U.S. Congressman...Show More Summary
By Saturday, the second-to-last piece Banksy put up in NYC—a big cat across from Yankee Stadium in The Bronx—had been completely painted over. [ more › ]
by Andrew Sacher Justin Timberlake at Yankee Stadium in July (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin) Justin Timberlake is in a rare position where he's one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, but on (at least the first part...
Street artist Banksy took to the Bronx for the latest installation in his ongoing month-long ”Better Out Than In” exhibition. The artist’s most recent stencil is of a leopard-like cat lounging on a railing at Yankee stadium. During… Banksy “Better Out Than In” Day 30 – ‘Bronx Zoo’ is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
It's Day 30 of Banksy's month-long takeover of NYC's streets, and for his penultimate piece he's hit Yankee Stadium with this big cat. [ more › ]
The fire was on the second floor of an apartment building just several blocks from Yankee Stadium. Three children were killed. Several others were rushed to the hospital for treatment. Read more here.
(NEW YORK) — New York police say three boys are dead after a fire broke out Friday night in a Bronx apartment building a few blocks from Yankee Stadium. Police identified the three as 5-year-old Elijah Artis, 2-year-old Jeremiah Artis, and 4-month-old Michael Turner. Show More Summary
Your browser does not support iframes. On Oct. 8, 1956, in Game 5 of the World Series, Don Larsen took the mound at Yankee Stadium against the Brooklyn Dodgers and threw what remains the only perfect game in MLB postseason history. Behind...Show More Summary
Mariano Rivera, the great New York Yankees closer, threw his final pitches at Yankee Stadium on Thursday night, and will wrap up his legendary 19-year career in Houston this weekend. Among the admirers bidding farewell is Major League...Show More Summary
Finally, after delivering so many perfect moments from the pitcher’s mound at Yankee Stadium, Mariano Rivera was given one. When it came time to remove Rivera in the ninth inning of the final home game of his storied career Thursday … Continue reading ?
In his final appearance at Yankee Stadium, Mariano Rivera of the New York Yankees waves to the crowd after leaving the game against the Tampa Bay Rays in the ninth inning Thursday night. Read full story
Mariano Rivera may be done pitching at Yankees stadium but that doesn't mean he's done playing baseball. Yankees manager Joe Girardi says he would "absolutely" consider playing Rivera in the outfield, according to USA Today. "It's aShow More Summary
Mariano Rivera made his final appearance in Yankee Stadium last night. With two outs in the eight inning, Andy Pettitte and Derek Jeter walked to the mound to take him out, and Mo left the mound for the last time ever. It was a great moment. Show More Summary
It’s been rough year for the Yankees, but they know how to do things like this right. What a great send-off. ?
Mariano Rivera has simply been the classiest future Hall Of Famer in the MLB since he walked out onto the mound in 1995. He'll be considered the greatest reliever of all time and major props have to go to Girardi, Jeter and Pettitte for how they handled his last game at the stadium. Show More Summary
New York Yankees closer Mariano Rivera, baseball's career saves leader, made a memorable and emotional farewell appearance at Yankee Stadium, breaking down in tears on the mound in the embrace of Andy Pettitte, who had been sent out with Derek Jeter to call Rivera to the mound. Show More Summary
The greatest closer in baseball history threw his last pitch at Yankee Stadium Thursday night. Rivera, who's heading off to retirement, shed some tears as his teammates and a sell-out crowd cheered.
Nineteen seasons, 1,423 innings and 652 saves later, it all came down this this: Mariano Rivera, indisputably Major League Baseball's greatest closer of all time, taking the mound at Yankee Stadium for the final time on Thursday night Rivera pitched 1 1/3 perfect innings in his last home outing, a fitting cap to a legendary baseball career. Show More Summary