With the Yankees’ offense sputtering, it was vital that Hughes was in complete command when he took the mound at Fenway Park.
It’s panic time — among fans, at least — with the Bombers’ once-comfortable lead in the AL East again whittled down to zilch. And now the bumbling and stumbling has followed the club off the field.
Whatever the Red Sox have left will be focused on beating the Yankees. And while Boston’s hitters may not scare anyone, New York can look to their own lineup for that sensation.
Major League Baseball will stage on-field tributes prior to every game on Tuesday, 11 years after the 9/11 attacks on the the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Even if neither New York team reaches its goals, their fans can rejoice in the fates of their foes: archrivals Boston and Philadelphia, who are a combined 30 games out of first place.
The Red Sox struggles have made life easier this season for the New York Yankees, but they have not made life better.
The question here doesn’t involve past achievement, It’s about continuing that pace after the break.
Mark Teixeira hit a two-run single in the Yankees’ five-run first inning and a two-run triple in the seventh to give them the lead for good on Friday night as New York beat the Boston Red Sox 10-8.
The Yankees claimed outfielder Darnell McDonald off waivers from the Red Sox.
Kraft got his head out over his skis when he advocated the NFL putting a permanent franchise in London during an interview with Sky Sports reporter Neil Reynolds.
Former big-league pitcher and current analyst for the MLB on TBS, David Wells joined Craig via the hotline to talk some local hardball.
The New York Yankees at Boston Red Sox game Sunday night has been postponed by inclement weather.
Alex Rodriguez took over fifth place with his 631st career home run, Eric Chavez added two homers and the New York Yankees spoiled the Boston Red Sox 100th anniversary celebration of Fenway Park with a 6-2 win Friday.
The Red Sox 100th anniversary of Fenway Park celebration was just right. Respect to the past with a nod to the recent heroes. The World Series champs from 2004 and 2007 will get big rounds of applause here for a long time. And that’s the way it should be.
This will be the first and final time I say that if Boston beats the Yankees today, the stars may have ordained it.