Joe Maddon

Joe Maddon (credit: Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Kallas: Rays Get Defensive

The Rays’ sweep of the Yankees seems to have been the coming out-party for Joe Maddon’s revolutionary defensive schemes.

04/09/2012

Eduardo Nunez makes an error. (credit: Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

Sweeny: No Panic For Yankees

0-3. Panic in the streets? Maybe. Panic in the clubhouse? Not quite.

04/09/2012

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Hartnett: The Red Sox Collapse Snowballing Into An Avalanche

Revelations following the Red Sox’s famous 2011 collapse paints an image of a ballclub that betrayed their manager and their own professional pride.

WFAN–10/12/2011

Curtis Granderson (credit: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images), Joe Maddon (credit: J. Meric/Getty Images)

Roberts: MLB Playoff Preview And Regular Season Awards

Baseball proved once again that you can’t predict it. So let’s try to predict it anyway.

WFAN–09/30/2011

Justin Verlander (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images) and CC Sabathia (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images), set kick off game one of the ALDS at Yankee Stadium.

Hartnett: Wild Card Wednesday Produces Difficult Path For Yankees

The outcome of ‘Wild Card Wednesday’ has made the Yankees’ playoff match-ups the toughest possible. Verlander and the Tigers are no easy task and the Rays are built for playoff success.

WFAN–09/29/2011

Jon Lester (credit: Jim Rogash/Getty Images), Joe Girardi (credit: J. Meric/Getty Images), David Price (credit: J. Meric/Getty Images)

Wild Finish: Rays-Red Sox Playoff Race Hinges On Yankees

Sure, the Yankees have locked down the AL East and home-field advantage. But they’re still gunning to win game No. 162.

WFAN–09/28/2011

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Rays’ Joe Maddon: We Still Have Shot To Catch Yankees, Red Sox

Rays manager Joe Maddon isn’t quite ready to deliver a concession speech, even though Tampa Bay is running out of time — behind New York — in the AL playoff race.

WFAN–09/02/2011

Derek Jeter

Will Tonight Be The Night? Yankees’ Derek Jeter Just 2 Shy Of No. 3,000

Derek Jeter’s chase for 3,000 hits will continue for at least one more night. He’s ready for all the hype surrounding the accomplishment to die down.

WFAN–07/08/2011

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In Front Of Rockin’ Yankee Stadium Crowd, Derek Jeter Pulls Closer To 3,000

Yankee Stadium was rocking and Derek Jeter kept swinging, from the first pitch to the final out. Eager to make history and put the hoopla behind him, Jeter quickly doubled for his 2,998th career hit. That was all he got Thursday night.

WFAN–07/08/2011

James Shields (credit: J. Meric/Getty Images)

Rays’ Shields Stands Between Yankees And Much-Needed Win

The Bombers hope their run against James Shields continues as the AL East-leading Rays attempt to sweep a two-game set and send New York to a seventh consecutive loss Tuesday night.

WFAN–05/17/2011

A fan holds a sign in support of Jorge Posada of the New York Yankees during their game against the Boston Red Sox on May 15, 2011 at Yankee Stadium in the Bronx borough of New York City. (credit: Al Bello/Getty Images)

Yankees Bring Drama, Losing Streak To Tampa Bay

The Rays feel facing the Yankees for the first time in 2011 isn’t a big deal. That may be because the AL East leaders have a more pressing concern. Though, so do the Yankees.

WFAN–05/16/2011

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Rangers, Rays Aces Ready To Square Off Again

The Rays, who had the AL’s best record this season, are trying to become the sixth team in major league history to win a postseason series after losing the first two games at home.

WFAN–10/12/2010

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Keefe To The City: Yankees-Twins History Repeats Itself

A lot of people thought the Twins would finally overcome their ALDS struggles against the Yankees, but with the series shifting to Yankees Stadium for Game 3 it doesn’t seem like it’s going to be the Twins’ year.

WFAN–10/08/2010

Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon argues a call with home plate umpire James Hoye during the first inning of a baseball game against the Kansas City Royals Tampa Bay Rays Friday, Oct. 1, 2010 in Kansas City, Mo. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Rays Slip Behind Yankees In AL East

Bruce Chen, a journeyman left-hander who began the season in the minors and had a 1-13 record in the previous four years in the majors, knocked the Tampa Bay Rays into second place in the AL East.

WFAN–10/02/2010

Outfielder Felix Pie #18 of the Baltimore Orioles celebrates the victory over the Tampa Bay Rays at Tropicana Field on September 29, 2010 in St. Petersburg, Florida. (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)

Rays Lose, Yankees Still Within 1/2 Game

Kevin Millwood allowed two hits over seven innings, Felix Pie hit a two-run triple and the Baltimore Orioles beat the Rays 2-0 before a capacity crowd of 36,973 on Wednesday night.

WFAN–09/30/2010

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