The Yankees took the field knowing that one more win — or a loss by the Houston Astros — would ensure that the wild-card playoff would be played at Yankee Stadium.
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Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees celebrates their 4-1 win against the Boston Red Sox and their wildcard playoff berth after their game at Yankee Stadium on October 1, 2015 in New York City. (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images) Read more...
New York returns to the postseason for the first time since 2012. The New York Yankees picked up the 10,000th victory in franchise history with a 4-1 win over the Boston Red Sox on Thursday night at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, and with...Show More Summary
Michael Pineda gave up six runs in the first inning and seven over all as the out-of-contention Red Sox scored their second consecutive lopsided win at Yankee Stadium.
Man sued after being shown on ESPN sleeping during game During a May 2014 broadcast, Andrew Rector, 27, was shown snoozing in his Yankee Stadium seat. So the used car salesman sought an eight-figure payday. Sleepy Fan Dismissal read more
On September 28, 1976 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, WBC/WBA heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali defended his titles against Ken Norton for the third and final time. The first fight in 1973 was a split decision that went to Norton. The second fight, also…
On September 27, 1946 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, Rocky Graziano and Tony Zale fought the first fight of their unforgettable trilogy. Graziano hailed from New York’s Lower East Side and his record was 43-6-5 coming in. Zale, the Man of Steel from…
The Yankees lost to the Chicago White Sox, 5-2, making it all the more likely that they would play in the wild-card game, which would be held Oct. 6 at the Stadium.
Berra stayed away from Yankee Stadium for 14 years to make a point, but his return in 1999 began another beautiful relationship with baseball and the team.
“Baseball is my life, and this is where I lived it.”
Many years ago, George Plimpton chose me to play on his team of fans. We took on the Mickey Mantle All-Stars in Yankee Stadium, and Mantle, Whitey Ford, Yogi Berra and the rest of the team let us win.
Rest in Peace Yogi Berra, Yankees Hall of Famer, Montclair resident and master of malaprop. Montclair State U. named their stadium for him. His death came 69 years to the day after his major league debut. "When you come to a fork in the road, take it." Ann Twomey, HPAE founder, welcomes Pope Francis: A Message of Hope for the Community of Labor. Show More Summary
Major League Soccer can be an odd and fascinating place. A great case in point came Wednesday night inside Yankee Stadium. Two undeniable legends of the game – no hyperbole here, honest – were in the midfield, both delivering the goods as NYCFC clung desperately to playoff hopes wedged somewhere […]
The day before Troy Tulowitzki got hurt on the very real grass at Yankee Stadium, he said he hadn't noticed any problem yet with the fake stuff at Toronto's Rogers Centre. "Obviously, the turf is slow," he said. "But playing on it doesn't...Show More Summary
What do you do when you want to make an enormous print of Yankee Wtadium against which you can actually stage a fake baseball game? When you’re Canon, you send photographer David Bergman over there with a 5DS R and a Gigapan Epic Pro...Show More Summary
Much will be at stake Friday night at Citi Field, because two teams with October aspirations will fill the dugouts and an expected sellout will fill the stadium. The New York Mets will attempt to quash the final vestiges of hope harbored by the Washington Nationals. Show More Summary
Frank Lampard scored his first goal in Major League Soccer as New York City F.C. beat Toronto at Yankee Stadium on Wednesday.
On September 17th, 1954 at Yankee Stadium, Bronx, New York, heavyweight champion Rocky Marciano, aka The Brockton Blockbuster, defended his title against The Cincinnati Cobra, Ezzard Charles. The two men had fought three months earlier and Rocky retained…
In late October 2001, before Game 3 of the World Series, President George W. Bush strode to the mound in Yankee Stadium. He calls this the ‘most nervous’ moment of his presidency. More than 9/11. More than Katrina. More than the financial collapse. Show More Summary