Hanley Ramirez hit a two-run homer, Mookie Betts had a pair of extra-base hits and David Ortiz also had two hits Saturday to help the Boston Red Sox beat the first-place New York Yankees 5-3.
When it comes to the placing of value on playing in an all-star game, Brett Gardner is the anti-Carmelo Anthony.
Alex Rodriguez hit his 17th home run in the first inning, Michael Pineda had another impressive start and the New York Yankees took advantage of Clay Buchholz’s early exit.
It’s a common aphorism that objects in your rear-view mirror are closer than they appear.
Masahiro Tanaka allowed two hits over 7 2-3 innings, Brett Gardner hit a first-inning home run, and the Yankees rallied past the Oakland Athletics 6-2 Thursday.
Yankees outfielder Brett Gardner is an All-Star for the first time, picked as a replacement for injured Kansas City star Alex Gordon.
What is lost on the A-Rod Apologist, shrieking in indignity over the All-Star snub, is that he’s blown past the point of total forgiveness.
The Yankees really, really want outfielder Brett Gardner to join reliever Dellin Betances and first baseman Mark Teixeira at the All-Star game.
With Chase Headley still sidelined by a sore right calf, Cole Figueroa made his New York Yankees’ debut in a series finale against Oakland.
CC Sabathia won for the first time in a month when the New York Yankees held off the Oakland Athletics 5-4 Wednesday night.
Unlike the Astros, the Cubs are not in first place. But they have a legitimate chance at winning a wild-card spot.
It’s not looking good for either local player hoping to play in this month’s All-Star game.
I get the core thing. I really do. But are homegrown players really that much more revered than ones that came from outside the organization?
Alex Rodriguez says he is “obviously disappointed” to be left off the American League All-Star team, but considered himself “a long shot” to get selected.
The first-place Yankees are about to get a pair of important players back at once.
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