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Yankees won’t press charges against man fired over archive ripoff

3 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The Yankees won't press charges against a security officer fired for taking documents from the archive room at Yankee Stadium.

Yankee Stadium is killing New York City FC

4 days agoSports / Football : EPL Talk

There are no two ways about it. New York City FC’s meltdown on Sunday against the New York Red Bulls was one of the most embarrassing and least forgivable performances in MLS history. That NYCFC got blanked 7-0 at home in a derby is shocking enough, but the manner of the team’s capitulation only served to compound horrors. Show More Summary

Yankees fire Yankee Stadium security guard who stole memorabilia

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Joe Flannino, who worked for the Yankees since 1997, swiped more than second base, the team says.

NYC Built Two Yankee Stadiums in the Time it Took to Build the Second Avenue Subway

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

New York City’s Second Avenue Subway is scheduled to open on December 30, 2016—an astounding 96 years after it was first proposed. A lot has happened since 1920. In a charming infographic, DNAinfo looks at all the major infrastructural milestones which NYC accomplished in the time it took to get one subway line built. Read more...

Wannabe MLS Hooligans Are Adopting The Worst Of Soccer Culture

6 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Here's another video from the earlier clashes with NYCFC and NYRB fans outside Yankee Stadium... pic.twitter.com/NTfWPuyiWt — Garry Hayes (@garryhayes) May 21, 2016 Before the New York Red Bulls and NYCFC match kicked off at Yankee Stadium on Saturday, two incidents between rival fans sparked police involvement. Show More Summary

Get Ready For Garth Brooks, Yankee Stadium!

Sometimes having a setback like finding out you're an hour short of getting your college degree can seem defeating. For Garth Brooks the experience was transforming, even revolutionary. After completing his studies at Oklahoma StateShow More Summary

Police Break Up Violent Soccer Brawl Ahead Of MLS Match In The Bronx

Saturday's Major League Soccer match between the New York Red Bulls and New York City FC drew thousands of amped-up "football hooligans" to Yankee Stadium, where it appears a high concentration of knit scarves and body-mounted drums led, as it so often does, to a bit of violence. [ more › ]

New York Red Bulls crush New York City 7-0 as Frank Lampard is booed by own fans (Videos)

US One of the most extraordinary MLS results of all time Yankee Stadium was witness to one of the most extraordinary MLS results of all time on Saturday. New York City FC have only been in existence for just over one season, but their rivalry with New York Red Bulls has already been pretty heated. The […]

Oakland Coliseum has a plumbing issue, and the Yankees are its latest victim

Oakland’s stadium situation isn’t just messy. As the New York Yankees discovered Friday night, it’s wet and smelly, too. Water started leaking into the visitors dugout during Friday’s game at the Oakland Coliseum, an issue stemming from a backed-up toilet. Show More Summary

Supporters Clashed In The Streets Before The Red Bulls-New York City FC Match

last weekSports : Deadspin

This blurry, cargo-shorted gentleman striking a come at me, bro pose amid a crowd of soccer fans and police outside Yankee Stadium? He’s your mascot for a bunch of chest-puffery and general ass-showing before the Red Bulls and New York City FC played in the Bronx today. Read more...

Ultimate Guide to MLS Weekend: Red Bulls, NYCFC Enter Rivalry Week in Solid Form

The New York Red Bulls and New York City FC are set to renew hostilities for the fourth time in the history of their young rivalry on Saturday at Yankee Stadium. Just over a month ago, the match between the teams separated by the Hudson...Show More Summary

Write-Offs: 5.19.16

Ex-Nomura trader says bank crucified him over client demise; Kashkari's push to end TBTF; Yankee stadium makes America great again with the 'Grub Tub'; and more.

Garth Brooks Announces New Video Series

"Size matters," Garth Brooks proclaimed Tuesday morning while his car inched its way through rush-hour traffic in the Bronx. Up ahead lay Yankee Stadium, the sprawling ballpark that will host Brooks' next New York City performance — his first gig in the Big Apple since August 1997, when he drew...

Police And The Bronx DA Can't Yet Comprehend What's Wrong With Killing A 3-Year-Old

On Monday morning, the driver of a late-model Nissan made a left turn onto East 164th Street a block from Yankee Stadium and drove straight into 3-year-old Mariam Dansoko. Paramedics tried to save the little girl, and they drove her to Lincoln Medical Center, but doctors there pronounced her dead. [ more › ]

How to Kill a Three-Year-Old in NYC Without Getting Arrested

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Mariam Dansoko, a three-year-old girl, was crossing the street near Yankee Stadium with her mother yesterday when she noticed an approaching car. “Mommy, the car is coming,” she said. By the time her mother turned around, the driver of the oncoming Nissan Altima struck Mariam, giving her injuries that later killed her. Show More Summary

Driver Kills 3-Year-Old Crossing Street In The Bronx

A driver hit and killed a three-year-old girl near Yankee Stadium this morning, police said. The girl was walking across East 164th Street at Gerard Avenue when a 21-year-old driving a 2014 Nissan down Gerard turned left onto 164th and ran into her. The victim was walking with her mother, who was pushing another child in a stroller, at the time, according to reports. [ more › ]

Yankee Stadium Makes American Great Again With The 'Grub Tub'

New York City baseball stadiums don't get the kind of wackadoodle concession items as other arenas, like the Burgerizza in Atlanta or even this insane crap you can get at MetLife in New Jersey. But what our MLB teams lack in culinary creativity, they make up with in inventive food vessels. Show More Summary

Aroldis Chapman Throws Fire in a Sleepy Stadium

2 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The Yankees’ new closer, who last year threw the 77 fastest pitches in baseball, excites the fans, and his teammates, with 100-miles-an-hour fastballs.

Neil Leifer's 'Relentless' and the art behind some of sports' most famous photographs

2 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

On a chilly December day in 1958, budding photographer Neil Leifer finagled his way into Yankee Stadium for the NFL championship game between the New York Giants and Baltimore Colts. Without any credentials, he embedded himself 10 yards behind the goal line, a Yashica-Mat camera safely hidden in...

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