As part of our weekly rankings of the best local athletes by uniform/jersey number, we continue with 59-50.
As part of the Yankees’ HOPE Week — which recognizes people and groups that make a difference in their communities — the team honored Musicians On Call, a volunteer group that brings music to hospital patients nationwide.
WFAN co-host Craig Carton has a problem with the Yankees. A monumental problem, if you will. And because of that, Boomer Esiason and Jerry Recco have a problem with Craigie.
They owned October year after year. Derek Jeter and his baseball brothers — the gang that grew up champions. One by one, they walked away from the game until Jeter was the last man standing in pinstripes.
He was the right man at the right time for a club that had fallen on hard times before 1996. And he didn’t mess it up when it would have been so easy to do just that.
It’s not even Thanksgiving. Why is everyone so worked up about Robinson Cano’s market not shaping up yet?
The Beatles never got back together. And nobody else ever really took their place, did they? The Yankees will be the Yankees again one day. But they won’t ever be the same as the group you saw assembled one last time on Sunday.
The New York Yankees are honoring career saves leader Mariano Rivera in a 50 plus minute pregame ceremony.
With Craig recently taking home the 2013 Pulse of the People Award, Boomer will be looking for his redemption.
Will A-Rod ever win over Yankees fans? It sounds impossible, though New York great Bernie Williams has some thoughts on the matter.
Budget cuts have forced a Westchester County school district to rely on fundraising, but that doesn’t mean they’re turning to bake sales.
For the fewer than 300 in attendance, what a treat it was to hear Simon and Williams perform together. The set list included “Mrs. Robinson,” “The Boxer” and “Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard.”
No matter how well the doctors repaired A-Rod’s hip, will he be able to resemble something of his old self after missing so much time at 37?
Hideki Matsui added an extra bit of class to the Yankee pinstripes during his seven years in the Bronx and will be remembered as a beloved Yankee.
Ichiro could follow the path of past veterans acquired by the Bombers, guys who have been renewed by the legendary Yankee pinstripes.