His return to the Bronx was considered a long shot, but Ichiro Suzuki’s major league career will continue nonetheless.
We don’t hear too much about Hornsby anymore, so I thought I would dedicate this installment of By The Numbers to him. And, boy, did he put up some numbers.
Listen, the burgers are good. But there’s something about da bread! We animated this classic clip from WFAN’s Mike Francesa, breaking down Shake Shack as only he can.
John Sterling fears he’s left with just the clothes on his back — though it could have been much worse.
Each week, 1010 WINS sports director Marc Ernay nominates the most inept figures in sports.
The Yankees are no longer the bullies on the block. Retire the Darth Vader masks. The Jeter babies can burn those nauseating “Got Rings?” shirts. Lose the elitism.
Johan Santana desperately wants to get back to the majors, but it appears it might take him longer than he had hoped.
Might he be the next coming? The Yankees reportedly held a private workout recently for Yoan Moncada, a 19-year-old infielder from Cuba that Baseball America believes has superstar potential.
The deferred compensation agreement included in Darryl Strawberry’s 1985-90 contact with the New York Mets has been auctioned for $1.3 million by the Internal Revenue Service.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the all-time home-run king is working with Rodriguez on his hitting as the Yankee looks to regain his form for the 2015 season.
The New York Yankees have traded pitcher Gonzalez Germen to the Texas Rangers for cash, a month after acquiring him from the New York Mets.
“I’m the one that made the mistake. But if I’m ever given that second chance, I will appreciate that and I won’t need a third chance.”
As has been the case since the fall, the Islanders and the Rangers have been really the only reasons for New York City-area sports fans to feel pride. And they seem to be getting better as the season progresses.
Heck, the Mets aren’t even the second-best team in their division. The Marlins, amazingly, have surpassed them following a highly productive winter.
The Mets say their new LED scoreboard — at a whopping 54 feet tall and 105 feet wide — will be one of the 10 largest in MLB.