Mets fans don’t forget. You saw that firsthand on Monday afternoon. During introductions on opening day at Citi Field, head trainer Ray Ramirez was loudly booed.
Young baseball players from across Brooklyn spent a beautiful Saturday kicking off the start of Little League season and even met a special guest on opening day
Derek Jeter, the iconic Yankees shortstop who retired after the 2014 season, didn’t throw out the ceremonial first pitch at Yankee Stadium on Monday because he was unavailable, Newsday reported.
Back from an unprecedented season-long drug suspension, Alex Rodriguez received a loud ovation and, for a designated hitter, a rare shout-out from the Bleacher Creatures.
With a lot going on Tuesday morning, Boomer and Craig were in their comfort zone while occupying the Allstate Studio.
It’s an exciting day for fans who are are hoping that the good weather is a good omen for things to come this season for the Yankees.
The Mets went up against the Washington Nationals and more than 10,000 fans lined up in front of the Jackie Robinson Rotunda to catch all the game day action.
Hopes are high as the Yankees begin their 2015 season against Toronto in the Bronx.
The bullpen is the Yankees’ biggest strength. It’s also the team’s biggest question mark — at least it is for me.
As the season starts, the Nationals are a popular pick to win their first World Series. Meanwhile, the Mets are looking to bump Washington off its perch. Talk about a juicy opening day matchup.
Play ball! Get a look at the Stadium from Tom Kaminski’s unique vantage point as the Yankees get set to open their season Monday against the Blue Jays.
If spring training was a time for hope, Opening Day is a time for belief. So go ahead. Believe.
Al Dukes has been resting his vocal chords for months in anticipation of Opening Day.
Lucas Duda will be the Mets’ first baseman on Monday. Three other players have started at three different positions on Opening Day for the Amazin’s.
Darling sees the Mets winning around 87 games and competing for a wild card — so there’s that…