The lawyer for a San Francisco Giants pitcher accused of touching a woman’s breast at a Las Vegas hospital earlier this year says his client was ill at the time.
It’s been 159 days since the Yankees last played, but hey, who’s counting? Now there’s only one day until Opening Day. Baseball is back! The last thing to do before the season starts is to talk to Sweeny Murti.
Even though the Yankees came two wins shy of returning to the World Series and the Giants collapsed for the second season in a row, 2010 was a good year. Let’s continue the countdown…
In the team’s first offseason following the death of owner George Steinbrenner, New York has said its top priorities are re-signing Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera and Andy Pettitte.
Even if I was just doing some wishful thinking back in May when I turned the AL East into a two-team race, I ended up being right. But I wasn’t right about everything.
It’s the last three games of the season at Fenway, 180 days since the season opened, and the games don’t matter. The only thing that matters is that the Yankees are playing for the division and home-field advantage.
There is this imaginary switch in sports, and it’s always supposed to be on. You aren’t supposed to play around with the switch, and you are never supposed to turn it off. Apparently Joe Girardi is unaware of this.
For one night, the Yankees turned a downward spiral into an exhilarating win, the kind that turns Greg Golson into a name you’ll have fun remembering at parties years from now.
Eduardo Nunez drove in the go-ahead run with his first career hit in the seventh inning, and the New York bullpen patched together six stellar innings in a 9-5 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Saturday.
It’s Chan Ho Park vs. Chad Gaudin in a battle to be the 12th man in the bullpen of the best team in baseball. The winner gets to be the mop-up man for the Yankees. […]