“It doesn’t hold noise, or home-team fervor, anywhere near the way the old place did,” he said. “The old Stadium was our 10th man — a loud and frenzied cauldron of pinstriped passion, with a lot of lifers in the stands.”
He was in town not only to see Jeter but to appear Monday on late-night TV with David Letterman, another star planning to step away soon: “I’m sad to see some of these guys retiring. I’m not far behind.”
Cano said it wasn’t a big deal or much of a distraction. But on Twitter, a debate raged over whether Seattle’s slugger deserved that sort of treatment in his return to the Bronx.
A handful of Yankees fans were given the opportunity to boo a cardboard cutout of Cano. And boo they did. Until the 2009 World Series champion walked out from behind the cutout.
The Mariners second baseman is hoping for a rousing welcome when he’s introduced in the Bronx for the first time since bolting in free agency. Good luck with that.
The NYC All Star Sports Group has announced that the U12 and U13/14 championship games of the Borough Cup will be held at Yankee Stadium.
The New York City Football Club, which announced this week that will call Yankee Stadium home during its inaugural season, will spend its time practicing at Manhattanville College.
On a day when New York City FC announced that it will play its inaugural Major League Soccer season at Yankee Stadium in 2015, it was also revealed that baseball’s all-time saves leader would be the team’s first season-ticket holder.
When international soccer has been staged at Yankee Stadium, it has been a success. Now it’s time to try something more on a full-time basis.
Mandela’s plaque was unveiled in a ceremony before Wednesday night’s game against the Cubs.
The interleague game between the New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs has been postponed because of bad weather. The teams will make up the game Wednesday as part of a day-night doubleheader.
The Yankees had something special in store for Jackie Robinson Day. But the weather refused to cooperate.
Jacoby Ellsbury will experience the Yankees-BoSox rivalry from a whole new perspective when he takes on his former team Thursday night.
With the dwindling attendance at professional sporting events becoming a bit of an issue, Craig has come up with a solution.
“We don’t know if they come on the field with … They can come give us either gummy bears or a shot in the a–. We don’t know that … It’s not funny.”