Joe Torre Deserves Spot In Hall Of Fame
Tony La Russa, Joe Torre, Bobby Cox

On Tuesday the expansion era committee chose Joe Torre to enter the illustrious Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Torre managed the New York Yankees from 1996 to 2007, where he reached the postseason every year and won 10 […]

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NEW YORK YANKEES

Yangervis Solarte

The New York Yankees made a splash in the offseason free agent market, signing All-Stars and marquee players like Brian McCann, Jacoby Ellsbury and Carlos Beltran. They also won the bidding war for Masahiro Tanaka, the Japanese ace coming off […]

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derek jeter new york yankees

On Sunday afternoon the New York Yankees beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-4, and along the way Derek Jeter picked up two hits to pass Paul Molitor for the eighth most hits in MLB history. Jeter now has 3,320 career […]

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Blue Jays Yankees C.C. Sabathia

What’s that noise? That’s the sound of two cities collectively enjoying a stress-release. The weekend’s action around the diamond-terrain brought with it some much-needed “reassurance” to the annually spoiled supporters of the New York Yankees and the forever frustrated Toronto […]

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Masahiro Tanaka Yankees Blue Jays

Talk about a party on a Friday night, as the Toronto Blue Jays‘ home opener was set to blast off against its AL East rival New York Yankees. While at the same time, its basketball brother was getting ready for […]

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Yangervis Solarte

Yangervis Solarte made his first MLB start on Thursday night at third base for the New York Yankees and reinforced his statement for a spot on the roster. With a hint of luck, Solarte was able to ensure manager Joe Girardi […]

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Derek Jeter

To say that the New York Yankees were in a dire situation after dropping their first two games of the season to the Houston Astros would be a pretty aggressive statement. However, there is no doubt that the revamped Yankees wanted […]

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Derek Jeter

The first day of the Derek Jeter farewell tour kicked off on Wednesday night, as a collection of Texas-themed gifts from the Houston Astros began what will be an interesting year of off-beat presents to the captain. The Astros honored […]

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David Robertson

On Sunday, George A King III of the New York Posted reported that David Robertson’s fastball velocity was sitting between 88 and 90 mph at the end of Spring Training. Since his debut in 2008, the New York Yankees’ closer […]

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