Derek Jeter began his final homestand for the New York Yankees with one more stroll around the bases.
With the conclusion of Monday night's 1-0 victory over the New York Yankees, the Tampa Bay Rays' pitching staff recorded its 21st shutout of the 2014 season. Per MLB Stat of the Day, this is the highest number of times an American League...Show More Summary
With his 131st strikeout of the season in Wednesday's 3-2 win over the Tampa Bay Rays, Dellin Betances of the New York Yankees broke Mariano Rivera's franchise single-season record for strikeouts by a relief pitcher, according to a tweet...Show More Summary
As the Major League Baseball regular season comes to an end and the New York Yankees find themselves on the outside looking in when it comes to postseason play, the conclusion of Derek Jeter’s tremendous career draws ever closer. In … Watch Derek Jeter’s New Gatorade Commercial “Made in New York” is a post by Alec Banks on Highsnobiety.
If you are a New York Yankees fan then this commercial will definitely touch your heart, and bring tears to your eyes.
They are rumored to have hooked up at London Fashion Week last year and Chris Pine took Zoe Kravitz to the Coldplay concert in Los Angeles last night (September 17). The “Star Trek” hunk looked cool and casual in a New York Yankees ball...Show More Summary
Before his final games, the New York Yankees shortstop greets some of his biggest fans in the Bronx, while Frank Sinatra's "My Way" plays in the background.
Ahead of Derek Jeter's upcoming retirement from baseball, Gatorade released a touching "Made in New York" ad to pay tribute to his time as a New York Yankee. The ad was filmed this past July, when Gatorade roped off a few blocks around...Show More Summary
It’s best not to look too closely at the way Derek Jeter and his New York Yankees are limping home
Yankees outfielder Carlos Beltran could potentially miss the rest of his first season in New York following his wife's miscarriage.
If nothing else, the 2014 MLB Season may be known as the 162-game send-off for Derek Jeter. All season long, the Yankees and opposing teams and fans have showered the Yankees great with gifts and standing ovations, paying tribute to an 18-year Hall of Fame career. Show More Summary
The days left in Derek Jeter’s career with the New York Yankees are dwindling down to a precious few and now there’s another commercial celebrating him. This one comes from Gatorade. It might seem a shlocky to use a Frank Sinatra overlay, but once it gets going, it’s pretty terrific. Shot in black and white, […]
Derek Jeter is in a new Gatorade commercial that is sure to make you tear up! The New York Yankees shortstop is getting ready to say his final farewell to his team, and to the city that has supported him through thick and thin. According...Show More Summary
Oh sweet, ineffable Jeter. What will giant, hulking sports brands do once your farewell tour comes to an end? Gatorade released a new commercial Thursday, paying homage to the New York Yankees captain and his final days in a Yankees uniform. Show More Summary
For 20 years, Derek Jeter could hear Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” blare from the Yankee Stadium speakers following one Bombers win after the other.
Carlos Beltran took an indefinite leave absence from the New York Yankees team Wednesday night after the death of his unborn son. Beltran posted the news on Facebook, writing in Spanish (translation via Marly Rivera of ESPN Desportes): “Life took away the blessing of having my first boy. I believe in God and I am […]
Maurice Setter once said, " Too many people miss the silver lining because they're expecting gold. ” That would be the optimist's way of looking at the 2014 New York Yankees, a team that has become synonymous with mediocrity. After spending...Show More Summary
On Wednesday, Dellin Betances ' 2014 season went from great to historic. The New York Yankees reliever picked up his 131st strikeout of the season against the Tampa Bay Rays. That places him first in the Yankees' record books among relievers. Show More Summary
Derek Jeter ended an 0-for-28 slump that was the second-worst of his career, and the New York Yankees beat the Tampa Bay Rays 3-2 Wednesday night.
If you’ve ever been a duck at a shooting gallery at a country fair, you’ll know how the New York Yankees feel when facing Tampa Bay Rays pitchers: in the crosshairs. Tuesday night Rays reliever Steven Geltz hit Derek Jeter with an 0-2...Show More Summary