Now that Alex Rodriguez has more home runs than lawsuits, the Yankees are happy with him.
Coupled with Washington’s victory over the Yankees, the Mets’ loss on Wednesday dropped them out of first place in the NL East for the first time since April 14.
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Cleanup hitter Bryce Harper and manager Matt Williams were both ejected in the third inning Wednesday night.
Matt Adams hit a long three-run homer, Jason Heyward also connected and the St. Louis Cardinals enjoyed their second consecutive offensive outburst.
On Wednesday, ahead of the finale of the two-game series, Rodriguez spent some time with politicians in the nation’s capital.
Collins, who will turn 66 next week, is a baseball lifer. He’s managed all over the country — and across the ocean — and he’s not looking to make another stop.
New York Yankees starter Masahiro Tanaka is slated to throw about 45 pitches in a minor league rehab start at Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes-Barre on Thursday.
“If we are going to lose him for some time, somebody’s got to step up,” Yankees manager Joe Girardi said. “That’s the bottom line.”
Earlier this month, Public Policy Polling conducted a national survey that asked 28 questions regarding Americans’ interest in sports.
If someone else goes down, it’s pot luck as far as reinforcements go. The cavalry won’t be coming. The Mets have all those horses.
The St. Louis Cardinals teed off on Mets starter Jonathon Niese for a 10-2 victory over New York on Tuesday night.
Ryan Zimmerman’s two-run shot with two outs in the 10th inning off Yankees closer Andrew Miller lifted the Washington Nationals to an 8-6 comeback victory over AL East-leading New York on Tuesday night.
Prior to getting injured, d’Arnaud was off to a red-hot start. In 11 games he hit .317 with two home runs and 10 RBIs.
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