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.
If you think New York won’t be looking to spoil the party in a big way, well, buckle up.
On Friday night, the Yankees will go back to their roots — to nearly the very beginning — and don throwback uniforms in honor of Fenway Park’s 100th anniversary, according to CBSSports.com.
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.
The Yankees interest in Oakland Athletics’ All-Star lefty Gio Gonzalez appears to be rising and they have the prospects required to meet Billy Beane’s high demands.
Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez is expected to sit out this week’s entire series against the Red Sox at Fenway Park because of his sprained left thumb. And he’s not happy about it.
What wiffle ball players hoped would be their nice makeshift playing field turned into one of life’s sad little lessons when the town closed the field.
CC Sabathia has now started three games and the Yankees are 1-2. They have lost his last two, despite the big man allowing a total of one run in those games.
The Red Sox ended their worst losing streak to start a season since World War II as Dustin Pedroia homered and drove in three runs to lift Boston to a 9-6 win over the New York Yankees.
You know it’s the start of a Yankees-Red Sox series. There’s just a different feel in Boston when the Yankees are in town.
Determined to add on to the Red Sox’s worst start since 1945, the Yankees hope a change of venue doesn’t bring a change of momentum in the opener of their three-game set Friday afternoon.
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.