It's been a couple of years since the iconic New York Yankees shortstop has retired, but I've found myself looking for at least some of his rookie cards - to top off a 'micro-mini' group PC I've put together in my Top 30 PC collection. Show More Summary
Alex Rodriguez and Anne Wojcicki have reportedly broken up after less than a year together, according to Page Six. The 41-year-old retired New York Yankees player and the 43-year-old entrepreneur and CEO of 23andMe started dating back in March 2016 before quietly ending things a few months ago due to personal differences. “They were an [...]
Earlier today, FanRag Sports columnist Jon Heyman tweeted out the above photo of the reporters on the 1990 New York Yankees beat. For those keeping track at home, that is: Read more...
Former MLB star Alex Rodriguez abruptly retired from baseball as a New York Yankee last August, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t have the option to play this year. However, he told ESPN that there is a “zero” percent chance that he will...Show More Summary
In the baseball world, $5 million for one season seems like a good deal for a three-time all-star reliever. For New York Yankees president Randy Levine, $3 million was as far as he was willing to go in the case of 28-year-old Dellin Betances. After this weekend’s arbitration hearing between the Yankees and Betances, Levine got what he […]
It has been said that baseball has more of a sense of history than any other sport. One of the gold-standard players is iconic New York Yankee slugger and outfielder Mickey Mantle, a Hall of Famer who played with a passion and aggressiveness...Show More Summary
The New York Yankees won their arbitration case against Dellin Betances today, allowing them to pay the reliever $3 million this year instead of the $5 million he filed for. But it apparently wasn’t enough for Yankees president Randy Levine simply to be able to underpay the three-time All-Star, because he then went… Read more...
Dellin Betances lost his arbitration case today and the New York Yankees will only pay him $3 million this season. The 28-year old (...)
Remember when baseball ruled the roost in New York and regularly dominated the headlines, not only all summer, but in these winter months?
Derek Jeter may be retired from professional baseball. But that doesn't mean the former New York Yankees legend is done hitting home runs. Because he's definitely gone all the way at least once with wife Hannah Davis. In a post on The...Show More Summary
As difficult as it may be to imagine, there’s something bigger looming in 2017 for Derek Jeter than the ceremony in which the New York Yankees will retire his No. 2. The legendary former shortstop is going to be a dad. Hannah and Derek Jeter share their next chapter: https://t.co/ZY6aDhRQH6 pic.twitter.com/5heb7MTobQ — The Players' Tribune […]
Derek Jeter just hit another home run—in securing startup financing, that is. The former New York Yankees shortstop co-founded The Players’ Tribune, a site featuring content created by athletes, in 2014. Now, the company is announcing it has raised $40 million in a new round, bringing its total funding to $58 million. Silicon Valley-based IVP […]
Jennifer Steinbrenner Swindal, a New York Yankees general partner and the daughter of longtime team owner George Steinbrenner, stated Wednesday the family still has no plans to sell the organization. Dan Martin of the New York Post passed along comments Swindal made during a team charitable event called "Winter Warm-up" for the elderly. Show More Summary
The Players’ Tribune, the digital media venture launched by former New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter, has raised $40 million in Series C funding.
When it comes to opt-out clauses, the New York Yankees tend to opt in. They aren't always happy about it. They don't always do it right away. But when Alex Rodriguez opted out of his deal during the 2007 World Series, the Yankees turned...Show More Summary
Alex Rodriguez hasn’t made a decision as to whether or not he’ll be a studio analyst for Fox Sports or ESPN during the upcoming MLB regular season. But the former New York Yankees third baseman and three-time American League MVP may still be on television sometime before baseball’s postseason. Show More Summary
When big-named athletes nab TV gigs, those jobs are usually analysts or commentators, but former New York Yankee Alex Rodriguez has something else in the...
As part of “Winter Warm-Up 2017,” several young Yankees and a few veterans will serve up sandwiches, visit senior centers and make phone calls to season ticket holders.
On Monday afternoon, the new face of the New York Yankees just so happened to also be the new face behind the counter at Bullpen Deli.