The dog days have not been kind to Max Scherzer and Alex Rodriguez. While the Washington Nationals ace can't stop serving up bombs, the New York Yankees designated hitter can't buy a hit—much less a home run. Digging through the numbers,...Show More Summary
On August 30, 1937 at Yankee Stadium in Bronx, New York, heavyweight champion Joe Louis, from Detroit by way of LaFayette, Alabama, defended his crown against British Isles heavyweight champion Tommy Farr, from Blaenclydach, Wales. Louis was 32-1 coming…
Shortstop Didi Gregorius went a surprising 4-for-5 with a homer and a career-high six RBIs as the New York Yankees broke out for a 15-4 interleague rout of the Atlanta Braves to remain 1 1/2 games behind Toronto in the AL East.
Didi Gregorius drove in a career-high six runs, Brian McCann hit a three-run homer in his return to Atlanta and the New York Yankees shook off a scoring slump to beat the Braves 15-4 on Friday night.
NYC kids who hit a home run with reading over the summer were honored this week by the New York Public Library at a Yankee Stadium ceremony.
Retired New York Yankees star Derek Jeter posted a Q&A he conducted with fans to his Web site The Players’ Tribune on Thursday and the theme was clear — Jeter is catching up on American culture after spending the past 20 years becoming an icon of it. For instance, to answer the question, “What have […]
In two decades as a major-league star, Derek Jeter developed a well-earned reputation for avoiding controversial remarks. In his first year of retirement, the New York Yankees icon founded the Players' Tribune -- "the voice of the athlete," as he puts it.
Seventy-one deaths would decimate the New York Mets and Yankees, but it's just business as usual for horse racing. The post Is It Really a ‘Sport’ if Dozens of Competitors Die? appeared first on PETA.
Baseball dreams came true Wednesday when eight winners of the Daily News/New York Yankees Field of Dreams contest raced onto the field with some of their favorite players at Yankee Stadium.
New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez is facing legal trouble stemming from a prior business arrangement with his ex-brother-in-law. According to the New York Daily News' Christian Red, Constantine Scurtis — who is the younger brother...Show More Summary
Evan Gattis hit two home runs, Collin McHugh excelled once again and the Houston Astros exceeded last season's win total, beating the New York Yankees 6-2 Wednesday.
Not pleased with what they deemed a lack of professionalism, the New York Yankees let Houston Astros outfielder Carlos Gomez have it on Tuesday night. Gomez wasn't interested in hearing what they had to say. With Houston leading 9-0 in the top of the sixth inning, Gomez flied out to center field. Show More Summary
NEW YORK — Kids are all the rage in the major leagues these days, to the point that one scout was saying this week he'd rather have 20-year-old Carlos Correa than just about any player in the game. "Not for the future," he said. "For now." So what's wrong with the New York Yankees relying on a 21-year-old starting pitcher? Nothing. Show More Summary
Guy: No homo, but Derek Jeter has a pretty amazing ass. Probably the best ass in baseball.Girl in front of him: Oh, it is not at all gay to appreciate Derek Jeter's ass. The New York Post once said it could stop traffic. –Yankee Sta...
If you needed further confirmation that Dallas Keuchel is a flat-out stud, the Houston Astros ace provided it Tuesday. Keuchel dominated the New York Yankees for seven shutout innings, racking up nine strikeouts, and the offense didShow More Summary
Carlos Gomez had an eventful game when he homered, drove in four runs and nearly got involved in a benches-clearing incident as the Houston Astros crushed the New York Yankees 15-1 on Tuesday.
Dallas Keuchel (15-6) held New York scoreless for the second time this season and became the first 15-game winner in the American League.
Carlos Gomez and Evan Gattis both homered and drove in four runs, sending Dallas Keuchel and the Houston Astros to a 15-1 blowout of the New York Yankees that briefly got testy Tuesday night.
Over the past weekend, The New York Yankees officially gave former battery mates, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte the highest accolade they can give, as their numbers were officially retired by the organization. Posada had his number #20 retired on Saturday by the only MLB organization he ever played for. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama claimed he was hustled on the golf course by former New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter. Obama told the story during a fundraiser at the home of Las Vegas Sun editor and publisher Brian Greenspun in Nevada on Monday evening. Show More Summary