Legendary trend-setter Joe Namath is rocking a new look — Yankees pinstripes, old-school style with the high socks and hiked-up pants.
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is set to play his first spring training game of his final season on Thursday.
Tampa Bay families that have “been there and done that” with the big attractions may like the idea of spending a long weekend in Orlando that doesn’t include a visit to Mickey and/or Shamu. We’ve come up with a list of the area’s most family-friendly resorts that have plenty to offer at prices that may surprise you.
Ichiro Suzuki is fine and has no soreness one day after being involved in a traffic accident.
Robinson Cano talked briefly about his contract situation, while manager Joe Girardi discussed, well, pretty much everything. Check out all the audio.
Brett Gardner had a three-run triple in the New York Yankees’ 10-7 loss to a Baltimore Orioles’ split squad on Wednesday.
Yankee outfielder Curtis Granderson will be out for approximately 10 weeks with a fractured right forearm after being plunked in his first spring training at-bat.
Even though he is publicly keeping an open mind and trying to make sure he doesn’t damage any egos, it’s hard to imagine Joe Girardi changing his mind.
Mariano Rivera wasn’t able to return from a torn ACL in time for the 2012 playoffs. But what if he had made it back?
Youk agrees with Joba Chamberlain: Any tension between the new teammates is in the past. But there might be some fences to mend with Yankees fans.
Is this the final season for the Yankees great? Mo knows, but he’s not telling — yet.
After undergoing surgery on his injured left ankle three months ago, Derek Jeter has removed his walking boot and started to workout.
Retired Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, who commanded the U.S.-led international coalition that drove Saddam Hussein’s forces out of Kuwait in 1991, has died. He was 78.
“I hereby challenge Governor Christie to a three-mile race, a push-up contest and a chin-up contest,” Brown proclaimed. “And whatever he wants to bet, I have no doubt of the outcome.”
Mitt Romney formally accepted the Republican nomination for president Thursday night at the Republican National Convention in Tampa.