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.
Last night, Craig was fortunate enough to be invited on-stage when Bernie Williams was performing with his band in Yonkers.
Before Jerry Recco could get his first update of the morning underway, Craig offered some more details on his ‘run-in’ with former Yankees slugger Cecil Fielder while performing with Bernie Williams last night.
Bernie Williams, who played with the Yankees from 1991-2006, joined Mike Francesa to discuss his time as a key cog in the Yankees’ dynasty in the late 1990s.
As we head into Round 2 of the 2012 Subway Series, I am often asked what is the best game in this series I have ever seen since I have been at all of these encounters.
As if Bernie Williams and Mark Teixeira weren’t enough, Al Dukes booked former NFL MVP Boomer Esiason to join the program.
Mark Teixeira and Craig have forged quite a friendship over the last couple of months or so and he called in this morning to say hello to Bernie Williams and talk some Yankees baseball.
Bernie Williams made the trip into Manhattan this morning to visit with Craig.
It’s easy to list the numbers and stats that detail Mariano Rivera’s greatness. It’s quite another to have witnessed it firsthand as cutter after cutter broke bat after bat and made the best hitters look helpless for 15 years.
The 42-year-old closer says he has reached a decision about whether he will retire or return in 2013 but said he won’t reveal it until “maybe October.”
From pinstripe legends to foes on the diamond, Posada left an indelible mark on those who watched him play.
It’s easy to see how the events of the last year recently led Jorge Posada to his decision to retire from the Yankees.
Jorge Posada had many outstanding playoff memories as a New York Yankee but one stands out in particular, his tying double in 2003 ALCS Game 7.
Sandy Alderson didn’t tip his hand that he was onto some big moves when he spoke to reporters Tuesday afternoon, but he got quite busy a few hours later acquiring three relievers and a new center fielder.