I’ve learned that during my tenure as a Yankee fan there have only been two players who were never booed; Derek Jeter and Hideki Matsui. The former was never booed because even when he was young he knew he was going to be one of the Yankees’ greatest...
by: Mike Axisa — YES Network: River Avenue Blues 14 Jun
DotF: McKinney continues homer barrage in Scranton's loss With approximately 40% of the 2018 season in the books, Brett Gardner has once again been a catalyst atop the lineup for the Yankees. He’s hitting .262/.357/.394 (109 wRC+) with five homers, six...
by: Craig Davis — Sun-Sentinel 13 Jun
Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto is getting little support in All-Star voting despite stats that rank him among the best catchers in baseball.
“You dumbass, we just threw a no-hitter”: The behind-the-scenes story of how six Astros pitchers no-hit the Yankees – The Athletic
by: Special to The Athletic — The Athletic 11 Jun
While it was happening, only one of Houston's six pitchers even realized it. Some of their teammates didn't even know it after the game. A look back at one of the strangest no-hitters in MLB history.
by: Bill Shaikin — Los Angeles Times: Dodgers 2 Jun
Who's hot and who's not in baseball? Angels' Shohei Ohtani listed as a DH on newly released All-Star ballot while Felix Hernandez no longer looks like a perennial All-Star pitcher.
by: Ashley Varela — NBC Sports: Hardball Talk 27 May
Choo set a milestone with his 10th-inning blast on Saturday, becoming the first Asian-born player to reach 176 career home runs.
by: STATS — Fox Sports 27 May
Rangers go for series victory versus Royals
by: Reuters — Yahoo Sports 27 May
Mike Trout went 5-for-5, his first career five-hit game, leading the Los Angeles Angels to an 11-4 victory over the New York Yankees on Saturday night at Yankee Stadium. Trout doubled in his first two at-bats off Sonny Gray (3-4), hit a go-ahead two-run..
by: Associated Press — Times Union 27 May
Boston All those long rehab days finally paid off for Boston second baseman Dustin Pedroia. The 2008 AL MVP made his season debut Saturday after October knee surgery, helping the Red Sox rally for an 8-6 victory over the Atlanta Braves. "There's been a...
by: AFP — Yahoo Sports 27 May
Texas Rangers outfielder Choo Shin-soo became Major League Baseball's all-time home run leader for Asian-born players on Saturday, passing Hideki Matsui with his 176th career homer in North America. The 35-year-old South Korean slugger blasted a walk-off.
by: Ejay.Zarett@performgroup.com (E.Jay Zarett) — Sporting News 27 May
New York’s bullpen surrendered 12 runs Saturday in Milwaukee’s 17-6 victory.
by: foxsports — Fox Sports 27 May
Choo new top HR hitter from Asia, lifts Texas over KC in 10