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Yankees News

New Derek Jeter 'RE2PECT' ad will give you chills

New York - Leading up to the MLB's All-Star game, Jordan Brand has created a wonderful, moving tribute and commercial for the New York Yankees' shortstop, Derek Jeter.
In the Media by Alexa Spieler

Op-Ed: Mike Napoli goes deep to beat Yankees, calls Tanaka an 'idiot'

Boston - Like a Hail-Mary touchdown or buzzer-beating three, baseball's ninth-inning home run is one of the signature scoring plays in American sport.
In the Media by Mike Rossi - 1 comment

Tanaka goes scoreless in first game for Yankees

The New York Yankees' latest big-money signing Masahiro Tanaka pitched two scoreless innings in his first spring training game for his new team against the Philadelphia Phillies in Tampa, Florida on Saturday.
In the Media by Reuters

Jeter says he has more left, but other things to do

Yankees captain Derek Jeter faced the media on Wednesday to explain the retirement announcement he made last week on Facebook, and said he decided to make 2014 his final season because it was simply time to do oth...
In the Media by Larry Fine (Reuters)

Tanaka struggles with running at spring training

New York Yankees' $155 million pitcher Masahiro Tanaka showed that running is not his strong suit as the Major League Baseball team opened spring training in Florida on Saturday.
In the Media by Reuters

Yankees' Jeter says 2014 season will be his last

New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter said on Wednesday he would retire from Major League Baseball at the end of the 2014 season, a decision the 19-year veteran said he made after being hobbled by injuri...
In the Media by Larry Fine (Reuters)

Tanaka makes splashy arrival as a Yankee

Masahiro Tanaka got off to a flying start as the New York Yankees' latest big-money player at Yankee Stadium on Tuesday after a splashy arrival. "Hello. My name is Masahiro Tanaka.
In the Media by Larry Fine (Reuters)

Rodriguez drops lawsuits against league, union

New York - Embattled New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez on Friday dropped his lawsuits against Major League Baseball, including one seeking a dismissal of his 162-game doping suspension.
In the Media by AFP

Yankees' Rodriguez drops lawsuits against MLB

New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez on Friday abandoned a legal challenge to his record suspension for allegedly using performance-enhancing drugs, according to court filings.
In the Media by Joseph Ax (Reuters)

Jacoby Ellsbury to sign $153 million contract with the NY Yankees

In 2005 Johny Damon left the Boston Red Sox and went to the New York Yankees. Now Jacoby Ellsbury is doing the same thing, as he agreed to a seven-year contract with the Yankees.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Andy Pettitte announces retirement from baseball

Veteran New York Yankees pitcher Andy Pettitte on Friday announced his retirement from baseball. His last trip to the mound at Yankee Stadium falls on Sunday, a day the Yankees will pay tribute to also-retiring pitcher Mariano Rivera.
In the Media by Michael Thomas - 2 comments

NY Yankees sideline Alex Rodriguez with plans to discipline

A-Rod's relationship with his team hit another low this Thursday. The NY Yankee's third baseman has been sidelined again for Friday's game against Tampa Bay.
In the Media by Lizz Riggs

Where will Nats' Michael Morse end up in MLB 2013 season?

Washington - One of the questions circulating is where will Nationals' Michael Morse end up playing in the 2013 season now that the Nats have inked a two-year deal with Adam LaRoche and brought on outfielder Denard Span.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl

New York Yankees player Derek Jeter will miss 4 to 5 months

The New York Yankees said that Derek Jeter will get surgery done on his broken left ankle, and he could need 4-5 months to completely recover.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Yankees beat Nationals in 14 innings, 5-3 Special

Washington - In a sold-out park at Nationals stadium, Saturday's game went enough innings to almost equate to a doubleheader. The game took 14 innings, with the Yankees coming out on on top.
Digital Journal Report by Leigh Goessl - 4 comments

MLB: Blue Jays sweep two-game set against Yankees Special

Toronto - As has been the case for many seasons the Toronto Blue Jays realize that for the team to even have a sniff at the playoffs it will have to play well and pick up important wins against other teams in a tough American League East division.
Digital Journal Report by Aman Dhanoa - 1 comment

MLB: Brandon Morrow stellar in Jays 3-0 win over Yankees Special

Toronto - Pitcher Brandon Morrow shrugged off his recent struggles in a big way on Sunday afternoon as the right hander silenced the New York Yankees bats in an impressive eight inning shutout performance.
Digital Journal Report by Aman Dhanoa

Andy Pettitte retires, says not 'easy decision'

On Friday morning, Pettitte announced his retirement at Yankee stadium. Pettitte gave many reasons why he was retiring, but the main reason for him retiring is that his heart isn't into baseball anymore.
In the Media by Owen Weldon - 1 comment

Sweet Lou says 'Goodbye'

Chicago - The man who had become known as 'Sweet Lou' announced before Sunday's game that it would be his last game as a manager. After 23 years as a major league manager Lou Piniella is walking away.
In the Media by Michael Bearak - 1 comment

Seattle Mariners Outlast Yankees

The Seattle Mariners took on the New York Yankees in Brooklyn, New York. Seattle Mariner's pitcher Cliff Lee pitches complete game.
In the Media by Kristofor Molson

A class act: Yankees players and fans welcome back Matsui

New York - Tuesday, April 13, the Yankees held their first home game of the year and handed out their 2009 World Series championship rings. Former Yankee Hideki Matsui, now a member of the opposing Angels, was on hand for the pre-game ceremony.
In the Media by Matt Harding

A.J. Burnett Pitches well in Spring Training as the Yankes win.

Lakeland - The New York Yankees (10-13) beat the Detroit Tigers (14-10-1) 2-1 on a warm day in Lakeland, Flordia. A.J. Burnett showed his ace stuff giving up one earned run in 6 and 2/3 innings.
In the Media by Baker Helton

MLB: Yankees Sign Outfielder Randy Winn

The New York Yankees continues to make moves in the off season as they sign outfielder Randy Winn and decides not to re-sign Johnny Damon.
In the Media by Kristofor Molson

Granderson goes to Yankees in blockbuster three-way deal

A three-way blockbuster deal was agreed upon today that will send center fielder Curtis Granderson to the New York Yankees.
In the Media by Matt Harding - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Billion Dollar Blunder: The MLB needs a Salary Cap

Get over it. The New York Yankees are world series champions. They dueled it out with the fighting Philies and came out victorious. Much of this can be attributed to the immense amount of money invested into their billion-dollar team.
In the Media by Bennett Kaplan - 1 comment

Joe Girardi helps a woman in crash after series win

On his way home after the New York Yankees won their 27th World Series title, Manager Joe Girardi stops to help a woman who crashed her car on the Cross County Parkway.
In the Media by Joe Gullo

Op-Ed: Play of Contrast Between Yankees and Phillies in MLB World Series

Major League Baseball's World Series starts tonight with the New York Yankees looking to recapture what it considers as its hereditary right after several disappointing seasons, while the Philadelphia Phillies look to add up to last season's success.
In the Media by Ariel A. Avenasa - 7 comments

Op-Ed: The American League East is Baseball's Toughest Division

One day, I'll stop complaining about the AL East, baseball's toughest division, and the fact the Toronto Blue Jays call it home. Not today. But one day.
In the Media by Nawest Vazquez - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Why attacking steroids suspects was a witch hunt

Of all sports, MLB is the one that cares the most about its image and integrity. Not that the other major sports don’t share the same opinion but rather because MLB has made the most fuss about it. But what was the big fuss all about anyway?
In the Media by Denis Lacelle - 3 comments

Op-Ed: Roy Halladay fought the good fight, and won

Yesterday, I sang the praises of A.J. Burnett and how wonderful he was against the Red Sox and Yankees this season. Now, it's time to lavish praise on his brother in arms in the fight against the evil empires, Roy Halladay.
In the Media by Nawest Vazquez - 2 comments
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