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As of the day before Santa hops into his sleigh to deliver all the treats to the good little boys and girls of the world, the Yankees have been hard at work filling empty space under the tree.
The Yankees may have won the world series, but they had a little help along the way. One enterprising video editor detailed the more than 201 million ...
The temperature in New York is 48 degrees as I begin to write this, three hours before the start of the sixth game of the World Series at Yankee Stadi...
Hideki Matsui will be coming to the Angels next season. The decision to leave the Bronx was a difficult one for Hideki, who had hoped to finish his career in pinstripes.
Sammy Sosa's skin looks lighter in recent photographs, and some are wondering if he's "going Michael Jackson on us?" A friend says he's merely going through a skin rejuvenation process.
And this year's Plaxie goes to Dodger pitcher Vicente Padilla. Stealing a page from Plaxico Burress, Padilla accidentally shot himself in the leg while hunting in Nicaragua.
In Monday night football, the Giants awaken and roll over Washington 45-12. Where was this team all season?
They didn't jump up, pump their fists, look to the heavens, or even smile. They just did their jobs in a non-demonstrative, professional manner -- with a dignity rarely seen on commercial television.
Pinstripe paranoia, a seasonal ailment, has plagued many of us since 1949. Then, in 2004, came deliverance, along with reduction of sorrow and a fresh perspective.
Hideki Matsui may soon be a member of the Los Angeles Angels. ESPN reports that the two parties are in "serious discussions" at this time.
Matsui is one of those rare superstars who recognize the unique role his astonishing talent has given him and the good he can do for others.
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(AP) NEW YORK — Hideki Matsui and Mark Teixeira homered off an...
The great Ty Cobb was born on this date in 1886. Against today's pitchers he'd probably bat only .280 or so. Then again, he'd be 123 years old.
How long "Empire State of Mind" -- the unofficial anthem of the World Series Champion Yankees -- stays in the minds of Yankees' fans depends on how soon they start worrying about next year.
The Yankees clearly have many, many great years ahead of them, and likely will for generations to come. But the game just doesn't feel the same anymore.
When one talks about concussions during sports, football and hockey are the typical talking points. Unfortunately, baseball players aren't immune to suffering head injuries.
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