There’s something happening here. What it is ain’t exactly clear.
The Yankees will start the second half of the season in first place. Anybody think back in February we would be saying that in July?
I get the core thing. I really do. But are homegrown players really that much more revered than ones that came from outside the organization?
I only had to watch Mike Trout for one game to know what the starting center fielder in the All-Star Game should look like. But his counterpart in the Yankees’ dugout deserves a trip to Cincinnati, too.
The last three home series with the Angels, Nationals and now Marlins coming to The Bronx mean that Mike Trout, Bryce Harper and Stanton will all play at Yankee Stadium in a two-week stretch.
The Yankees are soon going to have a logjam of starting pitchers. Exactly when that’s going to be the case isn’t set in stone.
Masahiro Tanaka is scheduled to make his next start for the Yankees next week against the Mariners at Safeco Field.
According to some interesting nuggets provided by the research team at MLB Network, Sabathia’s problems have not been completely about his pitching and the Yankees’ hitting.
I never saw Letterman in person again. Scott Ferrall, on the other hand, became a frequent guest on the “Late Show.” Here’s how it all happened.
Do the Yankees need A-Rod in the lineup as they begin a two-game series with the Nationals on Tuesday? You tell me. They’ve lost five out of six.
On the occasion of Yogi Berra’s 90th birthday, I offer you my favorite Yogi story.
Guidry struck out the side in the fourth to bring his total to nine, and the crowd didn’t let up until he finished with 18. The record then, and the record now.
There is a fear around this team that they are just an injury or two away from total disaster. But they’re into the second month of the season still alone at the top of the standings.
If there’s a chance Sabathia can turn it around, it has to start on Friday night against a dangerous Red Sox lineup in their ballpark.
It’s a big deal because it’s Willie Mays. And because it’s Alex Rodriguez. And because it’s never been done before. Not like this, anyway.