CC Sabathia recovered from a shaky start to pitch six innings, Brett Gardner had a pair of tying hits and the New York Yankees beat the Minnesota Twins 5-2 to ensure their sixth straight series win
Fresh off the fifth world championship in franchise history, the New England Patriots are now tied with the New York Yankees as the second most valuable franchise in professional sports. According to Forbes, the reigning Super Bowl champion...Show More Summary
Apple's smartwatch was initially identified as helping the team steal signs from the New York Yankees.
Recent accusations that the Boston Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal signs from the New York Yankees were misguided, since the team may have actually used a Fitbit instead, according to one reporter.
Ten days after a seemingly damning report in the New York Times detailed an operation to steal signs perpetrated by the Boston Red Sox against the New York Yankees, Major League Baseball brought the story to a whimpering end. MLB levied an undisclosed fine on the Red Sox for “sending electronic communications from their video replay […]
The Boston Red Sox have been fined by Major League Baseball for using electronic equipment to steal signs given by a Yankees catcher this season, and New York has been fined a lesser amount for improper use of a dugout telephone in an earlier year
The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees each were fined Friday after the teams pointed fingers at one another for improperly using technology to help steal signs. Commissioner Rob Manfred did not disclose the amount of the fines, other than to say the Red Sox were fined a larger amount, and said...
New York Yankees reliever feels he was pulled from game too soon by manager Joe Girardi.
Alex Rodriguez is clearly smitten with Jennifer Lopez, but he isn't the only one! The former New York Yankee told Us Weekly at the Kia Stinger Runway Racing NY2017 event at Chelsea Piers on Tuesday that his daughters Natasha and Ella have already found the perfect person to emulate — their poppa's new GF: "Their role model [...]
New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge has become the second major league rookie to hit 40 homers. With his solo shot in the fourth inning Sunday against the Texas Rangers, the 25-year-old joined Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle as the only Yankees to hit 40 homers at age 25...
2 HR Sunday for Yankees outfielder New York Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge hit two home runs on Sunday, and in doing so joined some select company. His first home run made Judge just the second major league rookie ever to hit 40 home...Show More Summary
The Portland Timbers beat New York City 1-0 at Yankee Stadium on Saturday to take over the lead in the Western Conference standings
If you have even a passing interest in baseball you will know that the New York Yankees busted the Boston Red Sox in a hi-tech cheating scandal. As reported in the New York Post, the Yankees claimed that the Red Sox were using an Apple watch to steal their team signs, thereby giving them an unfair advantage. Show More Summary
The Tampa Bay Rays, who opened their stadium to the Astros and Rangers after Hurricane Harvey, will now be the guests of the New York Mets. Major League Baseball announced that Citi Field will host what was supposed to be a Yankees at Rays series that starts Monday. “Wherever we need to play,...
A person with knowledge of the city’s offer said that Montreal made an offer to host the upcoming three-game series between the New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays.
On Tuesday, the New York Times reported the Boston Red Sox had been stealing catchers’ signs from the Yankees by putting a 21 st -century twist on a 19 th -century pursuit. As this Times graphic explains, TV-watching observers in the...Show More Summary
Two days after being accused of using an Apple Watch to steal the New York Yankees signs, the Boston Red Sox are hitting back and accusing the Yankees of stealing signs by using a TV camera. The Red Sox beat the Blue Jays with a walk-off...Show More Summary
Joel Sherman, writing for The New York Post: In what was to be his last act as principal owner, in late August of that season, Steinbrenner named Gene Michael general manager. It only changed Yankees history — and baseball history — forever. Michael died of a heart attack Thursday at age 79. Show More Summary
Gene Michael, the slick-fielding shortstop nicknamed Stick who went on to manage the New York Yankees and then as an executive built a powerhouse that won four World Series in five years, died Thursday. He was 79. Michael had a heart attack and died at his home in Oldsmar, Fla., said his wife, Joette....
The endless back-and-forth between the Yankees and Red Sox seems guaranteed to continue until the sun burns out or both Boston and New York are wiped out by extreme weather events, with a baseball source claiming the Sox have given Major League Baseball proof that the Yankees were also stealing signs. [ more › ]