Comeback Lifts Yankees To London Sweep Of Red SoxBritain treasures tradition, and the New York Yankees wrapped up Major League Baseball's first trip to Europe with one of their sport's classic customs: a late-inning pinstriped comeback.
Yankees Outlast Red Sox In Wild Slugfest, Win First Ever Baseball Game In LondonEach team scored six runs in a first inning that stretched nearly an hour, with Aaron Hicks hitting the first European homer.
Baseball For Brits: Yankees Face Boston In Pair Of London GamesCan American's favorite pastime find a second home in England? Americans are going to try and find out this weekend.
David Ortiz Targeted In 'Sophisticated Hit Job' For Nearly $8,000Ortiz is on the road to recovery after being ambushed in the Dominican Republic. Meanwhile, the motive remains a mystery.
David Ortiz Undergoes More Surgery In Boston After ShootingFormer Red Sox slugger David Ortiz is recovering in Boston from a two-hour exploratory surgery after being shot at a bar in his native Dominican Republic.
Red Sox Legend David Ortiz Recovering After Shooting In Dominican RepublicVideo shows Ortiz, 43, inside a crowded Santo Domingo bar. Authorities said a man got off a motorcycle, approached the three-time World Series champion from behind and shot him in the back.
Reports: Red Sox Legend David Ortiz Shot In Dominican RepublicFormer Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was ambushed by a man who got off a motorcycle and shot him in the back at nearly point-blank range Sunday night, authorities said.
Baseball Report: Are These Twins For Real?The AL Central-leading Minnesota Twins are hitting the cover off the ball and getting enough strong pitching to hold off opponents.
Yankees Bullpen Covers 5 1/3 Scoreless, NY Beats Red Sox 5-3 Gary Sánchez hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the fifth inning, Aroldis Chapman escaped trouble in the ninth and the New York Yankees bullpen held tight again to beat the Boston Red Sox 5-3 Saturday night.
Rain Washes Out Yankees-Red Sox Series Opener, Gregorius May Return Next WeekNew York was taking batting practice Thursday when the game was postponed just before 5 p.m. Boston then started BP before a downpour began.
Bill Buckner, Forever Known For Error Against Mets In 1986 World Series, Dies At 69Bill Buckner, a star hitter who became known for making one of the most infamous plays in major league history, died Monday. He was 69.