Mark Teixeira worked this past year with Girardi’s incoming replacement as manager, Aaron Boone, at ESPN.
Mark Teixeira played eight seasons under Joe Girardi with the Yankees, and he worked this past year with Girardi’s incoming replacement as manager, Aaron Boone, at ESPN. Read more...
Mark Teixeira spent eight years playing for Girardi
All-Star Week, Marlins Park, Miami Monday, July 10 2017 Home Run Derby (ESPN 8 pm) Karl Ravech, Jessica Mendoza, Mark Teixeira & Buster Olney (ESPN Radio) Jon Sciambi, Chris Singleton All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game (ESPNShow More Summary
Former Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira said Greg Bird is the long-term solution at first base for the Bombers.
If anyone knows about the pressures of playing first base in the Bronx it is Mark Teixeira.
Last year ESPN made a number of moves among its NFL analysts, not renewing contracts of some of their longer tenured analysts and putting fresh faces and recent retirees in major roles on Sunday NFL Countdown. The network added Randy...Show More Summary
Four months after hanging up his cleats, Mark Teixeira is picking up a microphone as an ESPN analyst, according to a NY Times report.
Greg Bird made quite an impression during the final two months of the 2015 season while filling in for Mark Teixeira.
Mark Teixeira’s distinguished fourteen year major league career has officially come to an end after 1,862 ball games and several accolades of distinction. On an early fall overcast afternoon at Yankee Stadium, 33,277 fans paid homage to a ball player whose excellence and deep commitment to his craft has been [...]
The team bid farewell to Teixeira, who battled injuries in the final season of his career. Now its rebuilding effort goes into full effect.
Mark Teixeira hugged one teammate at a time as he walked off the field, initially near his familiar spot at first base and then right down the line in the New York Yankees' dugout.
The Yankees held their second going-away party for a departing star this season on Sunday.
Retiring first baseman Mark Teixeira expected to sleep well on Saturday night.
There were two parties at Yankee Stadium last night. One was on the field, where the Yankees celebrated their five-run ninth-inning comeback to beat Boston, capped by a walk-off grand slam from Mark Teixeira. The other one came in the...Show More Summary
Sometimes the moment is all that really matters.
With the Yankees one out from being officially out of the postseason hunt, Teixeira hit a game-ending home run off Joe Kelly.
Based on the game, it should have been the Yankees celebrating and the Red Sox wondering what had gone wrong.
Mark Teixeira hit a game-winning grand slam with two outs in the ninth inning, and the New York Yankees staved off playoff elimination at the last possible moment with a 5-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday night.
Mark Teixeira hit a tying homer in the ninth inning and Aaron Hicks added a game-winning blast as the New York Yankees avoided a four-game sweep, beating the Toronto Blue Jays 7-5 on Monday night.