The Bombers were a distant second at $199 million, ending their streak of six straight openers above the $200 million mark.
CBS Local Sports breaks down the top starting pitchers for your fantasy baseball draft.
Matt Harvey isn’t the next Roger Clemens, Zack Wheeler isn’t the next A.J. Burnett and LeBron James isn’t the next Michael Jordan.
Take out the baseball cards, kids, it wasn’t just Miguel Montero and Yasiel Puig mixing it up. Several coaches who dominated the game as players in the 1980s and ’90s produced some of the fight’s most memorable moments.
In the long-term, Jean Segura could be a Brewers fixture at shortstop for the next few years.
There’s a new age of offensive catchers coming up through the ranks of the big leagues, and Salvador Perez is part of that movement.
The Mets reportedly aren’t budging in their trade demands for R.A. Dickey. But when it comes to negotiations to extend the knuckleballer, in seems one side may have acquiesced — even if just a bit.
Brian Cashman usually stresses patience in the offseason, and that seems to be the course he’s taking again this year, even as his team has more glaring needs than normal.
Third place? Fourth place? Look, any place that isn’t first place or a place that means a playoff spot should really be immaterial to anyone who plays for, roots for, or follows a team.
For the first time ever, a record 10 clubs will earn an invite to MLB’s postseason dance. As a result, the rumor mill was churning at full speed up to the last possible second.
David Wright was ready to take one for the team. Terry Collins was not going to let that happen.
Zack Greinke overcame his road woes and ran his scoreless streak to 15 innings after pitching seven dominant innings of five-hit ball.
With the Brewers in town on Tuesday night, I put the game on YES on mute and turned up WCBS and let John and Suzyn take me through the series opener.
The Milwaukee Brewers are going all in for 2011, acquiring former Cy Young winner Zack Greinke in a trade with the Kansas City Royals.
The Yankees may have to go back to the drawing board… again. According to WFAN’s Jon Heyman, the Phillies and Red Sox are close to having a deal in place that would send Philadelphia starting pitcher Joe Blanton to Boston.