'30 With Murti' Podcast: Gene MonahanGene Monahan was the head athletic trainer for the Yankees from 1973 to 2011, by far the longest tenure in franchise history.
Yankees Honor Mariano By Retiring #42 In Monument ParkThe New York Yankees are honoring career saves leader Mariano Rivera in a 50 plus minute pregame ceremony.
Yankees Place Reliever Joba Chamberlain On DL With Strained ObliqueJoba Chamberlain is joining the New York Yankees' crowded disabled list. The reliever has a strained right side and will be put on the DL retroactive to April 28, the Yankees said on Thursday.
Former Yankees Trainer Gene Monahan Testifies In Roger Clemens TrialThe longtime head athletic trainer of the New York Yankees once wrote that Roger Clemens "maintains complete confidence and respect" for strength coach Brian McNamee.
President Of Panama Congratulates Yankees' Rivera On Save No. 602When the phone rang this time for Mariano Rivera, it wasn't a call to the bullpen.
Mariano Rivera Available For Yankees, But Not All-Star GameYankees closer Mariano Rivera was available to pitch in Thursday night's 5-1 loss to Tampa Bay, though he is skipping the All-Star game next week because of soreness in his right triceps.
Yankees' Mariano Rivera Shut Down With Sore Triceps For Second Straight GameDeciding to play it safe, Mariano Rivera shut himself down for a second day on Tuesday with a sore triceps muscle.
Keidel: Joe Torre Is The Real StoryPerhaps you felt the same way when you clicked on your television yesterday around noon to watch the Yankees’ yearly rendition of Old Timers’ Day: overwhelmed with waves of nostalgia.
Torre, Piniella Happily RetiredLou Piniella and Joe Torre at the 65th Yankees Old Timers' Day, were equally emphatic about being satisfied with decisions to retire as a big league managers.
Sweeny Says: Gene Monahan - A True Gentleman And A True YankeeGene Monahan is a name most Yankee fans have heard. But they probably don’t understand the impact this man has had over the years.
Yankees Head Athletic Trainer Gene Monahan To RetireGene Monahan, who is the longest-tenured employee in the Yankees organization, will retire at the conclusion of the 2011 season after 49 years of continuous service.