Comerica Park

Bruce Bochy (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

By The Numbers: What Do We Do Now That Baseball Season Is Over?

When Miguel Cabrera took strike three from Sergio Romo at Comerica Park on Sunday night, the World Series was completed. The National Pastime was immediately suspended, as happens every fall until pitchers and catchers return next spring. So now what?

10/29/2012

Phil Hughes (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

Coming Off Brilliant Start, Hughes Takes Ball Against Tigers In Must-Win Game 3

“I just have to go out there and pitch, that’s all it boils down to,” Hughes said. “(I can’t) really worry about being down 0-2 or that Verlander is on the mound or that we don’t have our captain. Those sorts of things are going to be wasted energy.”

10/16/2012

Yankee Stadium (Evan Roberts/WFAN) and Quintin Berry (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)

Tigers’ Quintin Berry On Yankee Stadium: ‘This Is A Very Easy Place To Play Now’

“This is a very easy place to play now,” said Tigers outfielder Quintin Berry, according to a report. “Coming from Oakland, the fans there were so rowdy. It was easier to come here.”

10/15/2012

Joe Girardi (credit: Alex Trautwig/Getty Images)

Palladino: Girardi Must Make Changes To Yankees’ Lost Lineup

The manager doesn’t believe in panicking. The locker room doesn’t believe in panicking. But if ever there was a time for it, with Derek Jeter done and the Yankees’ hitters as lost as lost can be, this is it.

10/15/2012

American League MVP candidates Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout (credits: Thearon W. Henderson, Tim Umphrey/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Cabrera Vs. Trout — Sorting Through The Great 2012 AL MVP Debate

Both Miguel Cabrera and Mike Trout have had historic 2012 seasons, but only one can take home the AL MVP.

10/04/2012

Mark Teixeira (credit: Leon Halip/Getty Images), R.A. Dickey  (credit: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

Palladino: For One Day, Mets And Yankees Looked Like Their First-Half Selves

It’s always nice to get that retroactive glimpse of what a team can be once in a while, as the struggle to regain some lost equilibrium grinds through this most laborious month.

08/10/2012

Yankees' outfielder Nick Swisher. (credit: Elsa/Getty Images)

WATCH: Fan Rushes Field, Fist-Bumps Nick Swisher; Yankees Rip Comerica’s Slo-Mo Security

Swisher seemed his usual good-natured self after the fan contact. But other members of the Yankees weren’t laughing.

06/04/2012

Ivan Nova, A.J. Burnett

Burn, Baby, Burn! Yankees’ A.J. Burnett Finds Redemption In Motor City

With the season on the line, the Yankees sent A.J. Burnett to the mound and hoped for the best. New York’s $82.5 million enigma came through when his team needed him most.

WFAN–10/05/2011

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Hartnett: Yankees Play With Fire By Trusting A.J. Burnett In Game 4

Joe Girardi and the Yankees are placing blind faith in A.J. Burnett to somehow, against all conventional wisdom, come through in Game 4 of the ALDS with elimination on the line.

WFAN–10/04/2011

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ALDS Game 4: Yankees’ Season Hinges On Inconsistent A.J. Burnett

Most Yankees fans see it as a worst-case scenario: New York needs embattled starter A.J. Burnett to help them avoid elimination.

WFAN–10/04/2011