The New York Yankees have retired four-time World Series champion manager Joe Torre’s No. 6.
Dubbed “The Warrior” by Yankees owner George Steinbrenner for his passionate style of play, O’Neill was honored before the Yankees played the Cleveland Indians.
Even through a most generous lens, it’s hard to assert that Tino Martinez is a bedrock member of Yankees royalty. When you’re not even the best or second-best first baseman in franchise history, it’s hard to declare that you belong in Monument Park.
If they are being recognized for their vital contributions to a Yankees dynasty, then I think we have to start opening the door to countless more players who could be considered Yankees greats.
WFAN co-host Craig Carton has a problem with the Yankees. A monumental problem, if you will. And because of that, Boomer Esiason and Jerry Recco have a problem with Craigie.
Between great players and great managers, the Yankees will soon run themselves into a laundry shortage. Well, not really. The numbering can go up to 99 after all. But you get the gist.
The Yankees will retire former manager Joe Torre’s No. 6, leaving Derek Jeter’s No. 2 as the last single digit in New York’s pinstripes. And Torre, Gossage, Martinez and O’Neill will be honored with plaques in Monument Park.
Mandela’s plaque was unveiled in a ceremony before Wednesday night’s game against the Cubs.
The Yankees had something special in store for Jackie Robinson Day. But the weather refused to cooperate.
The plaque will pay tribute to Mandela’s June 1990 visit to Yankee Stadium, the New York Times reported.
New York Yankees saw their AL wild-card hopes dim Sunday with a crushing 2-1 loss to the San Francisco Giants.
He’s on the verge of making history, but what is it, really, that makes Derek Jeter one of the all-time Yankee greats? Is it a number like 3,000? Or is it something more?
A monument in George Steinbrenner’s honor will be located in Monument Park.
Alex Rodriguez became the youngest player to hit 600 home runs in the first inning at Yankee Stadium Wednesday, reaching the milestone after a 12-game drought — and exactly three years to the day after his 500th homer.