“Bald Vinny” Milano says Derek Jeter also deserves a street named after him in the Bronx. And he’s not just selling the idea — he’s selling the shirt.
Cano said it wasn’t a big deal or much of a distraction. But on Twitter, a debate raged over whether Seattle’s slugger deserved that sort of treatment in his return to the Bronx.
Alex Rodriguez has been booed lustily since his season debut, except for when he was hit by a pitch Tuesday. Will it be more of the same at Yankee Stadium?
The boo-birds came out in force for Alex Rodriguez again Tuesday. But then something different — a swelling of cheers from the crowd in Chicago.
A-Rod was booed Monday in Chicago. It’ll happen again Tuesday and Wednesday, and during his home debut Friday. Just don’t expect any piling on from the Bleacher Creatures.
“Why not?” Bald Vinny told CBS New York about the prospect of calling out Donnie Baseball. “Everybody seems to want it.”
Facing a Yankees lineup minus injured Derek Jeter for the first time since 2001 and just three starters from Opening Day a year ago, Jon Lester gave up five hits and two runs in five sharp innings against the defending AL East champions.
Uh-oh. There’s trouble in paradise. Hurt by jabs, jeers and insults from the home crowd, off-and-on fan favorite Swisher acknowledged Sunday he wasn’t much in the mood for roll call at Yankee Stadium.
Rangers’ McDonagh visited the Yankee Stadium Bleacher Creatures on Saturday.
Sonia Sotomayor traded benches for a day, joining the New York Yankees’ Bleacher Creatures.
Ichiro will have a new experience on Friday night when the newest Yankees outfielder makes his debut at home against the Red Sox.
Joba Chamberlain could very well pitch again this season, if only to tell all of us who doubted him to stick it.
Vinny Milano, who’s known as Bald Vinny of the Bleacher Creatures to Yankees fans, joined Neil to talk about Opening Day, his original Yankees apparel, roll call and life in the right field bleachers.
I decided to create some power rankings to answer my question of “Who would be the most devastating Yankee to lose during the 2011 season?” 14 Yankees listed from least important to most important.
Why would Texas Rangers owner Chuck Greenberg decide to take on the most prestigious franchise in the history of professional sports? I’m not sure, but I’m trying to figure it out.