0-3. Panic in the streets? Maybe. Panic in the clubhouse? Not quite.
Watch out, Yankees. Major League Baseball is starting to spread the wealth.
James Dolan is an easy target. He has more negatives I can pile on but I don’t want to bore you. All that being said, he is far from an impossible obstacle to overcome for the Knicks to win a title.
Married to one of George Steinbrenner’s daughters, Steve Swindal was a general partner of the Yankees from 1998-06 and chairman of the Yankees’ parent company. These days, Swindal works with players who hope to join the Yankees — or any other team in the big leagues.
Alex Rodriguez hit a home run and collected three hits in his spring debut as the Yankees defeated the Phillies, 7-4 on Sunday.
Hal Steinbrenner shared his optimism for 2012 and his plans for beyond, namely the Yankees commitment to bring their payroll under the $189 million luxury tax threshold under the new CBA.
John Tortorella and his Rangers will not be distracted by owner James Dolan’s Stanley Cup prediction. They’re taking it one day at a time but signs are definitely encouraging.
These are Hal Steinbrenner’s Yankees, and it means less seat-of-the-pants spending.
After two decades Howie Spira says its time to get his side of the story out.
If it’s possible, if you can see over the pyramid of cash and the titanic $200 million payroll, the Yankees were overlooked this year, the presumed bridesmaids in the AL East.
Maybe you couldn’t sit at table number one at the famed restaurant in it’s heyday, but now you can. That table and four chairs are among the over 200 items from the Upper East Side watering hole that will hit the auction block next month.
The Los Angeles County coroner’s office is investigating the apparent suicide of Hideki Irabu, the embattled former Yankees pitcher who was found dead in his home in the wealthy suburb of Rancho Palos Verdes.
Yankees minor league manager Luis Sojo has had many unexpected visitors in his office, including late New York owner George Steinbrenner and one-time teammate Bernie Williams. But nothing quite like this.
While I failed to harpoon the heart of every bromance with the captain last week, we agree on one thing: there will come a day when Derek Jeter is no longer the starting shortstop for the Yankees, and that day is about two years away.
For some time now, various lists have been compiled ranking or rating the greatest of Yankees. In light of Jeter’s landmark accomplishment, we would like to look into where he ranks among the Yankee immortals.