A-Rod Announces He Will Play His Final Game Aug 12th

The New York Yankees announced a Sunday afternoon news conference with Alex Rodriguez before the teams game against Cleveland. It was a huge announcement — as Rodriguez will play his final Major League game on Friday August 12, before transitioning to a coaching role. #Yankees announce A-Rod will play final game Friday, assume position as

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Alex Rodriguez Crushes 471-foot solo HR, the longest in MLB this season (Video)

New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is continuing his assault on MLB record books. He stepped in at DH on Friday against the Rays and crushed a 471 foot blast to left-center that put the Yankees up 1-0. Mike Axisa of CBS Sports reported the home run was the longest of the young MLB season

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Yankees Prospect Rushed To Hospital After Crashing Into Wall (Video)

Yankees prospect Jose Pirela was taken to a hospital after crashing into the center field wall on a play in the first inning that ended up an inside-the-park home run for the Mets’ Juan Lagares. Lagares’ drove one deep off CC Sabathia — which was just out of Pirela’s reach on the warning track. The

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Yankees SS on Jeter: “I Don’t Think There’s Anything That Separates Us”

With a name like Sir Mariekson Julius Gregorius — you have to be extremely confident. Didi Gregorius — Acquired by the Yankees on Dec. 5, 2014 in a three-team deal with the Detroit Tigers and Arizona Diamondbacks — is a young, left-handed batter who has been praised for his ability on the field throughout his

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Yankees Fire Staffer After Vulgar Tweets About Curt Schilling’s Daughter

A former Yankees employee — behind some of the vulgar tweets directed at Gabby Schilling has been fired.    He lost his job Monday after former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling outed him and others in a blog post. The drama began after Schilling sent out a tweet congratulating his daughter Gabby for being accepted to

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ESPN’s Buster Olney Compares Alex Rodriguez To Marshawn Lynch

Buster Olney is as respected a reporter that you’ll find in Major League Baseball, but he really went out on a limb with this lazy comparison. Olney — while trying to describe the pariah that Alex Rodriguez has become — compared the Yankees slugger to Marshawn Lynch — saying A-Rod would be MLB’s version of

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