New York Yankees
Imagine the back end of a bullpen featuring Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller. The Yankees are reportedly dreaming up that very scenario.
While our local baseball teams continue to track free agents and send out trade feelers, something else happened this week. The Hall of Fame voters received their ballots, and with them a bittersweet reminder of one former great.
If you look hard, there were some moments and players from 2014 that made us thankful that we are who we are: loyal Big Apple sports fans to the core.
It hasn’t been a very good year for New York sports franchises, but it’s important not to get lost in the moment.
The Red Sox have a message for the Yankees, the American League and Major League Baseball: We’re back.
Brian Cashman has holes to fill. He doesn’t have the farm talent to fill them all, or leverage for a trade. So that leaves free agency. It’s the Yankees’ way.
The Yankees’ general manager took part in the Covenant House’s “Sleep Out” movement on Thursday night by sleeping on the streets of Manhattan.
The 27-year-old, signed by the Yankees last November, hit .193 with two homers and five RBIs in 57 at-bats with New York as a rookie this year.
They are, after all, the Yankees. Just because they haven’t gone crazy at the cash register yet doesn’t mean they won’t soon. That was the take-away reporters got from team president Randy Levine on Wednesday.
Several thousand people lined up outside Yankee Stadium to get a voucher they could use at a local supermarket for a Thanksgiving meal.
Drew, who has played for four teams during his nine-year career, was acquired by the Yankees at the trade deadline last season after playing 39 games with the Red Sox.
Cheryl L. Pollak issued a 13-page order in federal court in Brooklyn on Tuesday telling Clemens to produce by Nov. 26 all documents previously demanded by the court.
Though still undecided about pursuing Scherzer, the Yankees could adjust their offseason approach after having “brief contact” with the two-time All-Star’s agent, according to CBS’ Jon Heyman.
Yankees general manager Brian Cashman and New York City FC chief business officer Tim Pernetti will sleep on the streets of New York City on Thursday.
Bill Stimers, the fan befriended by George Steinbrenner who was also a frequent caller to WFAN, died Thursday at the Hebrew Home at Riverdale in the Bronx.