The Yankees celebrated Mariano Rivera's Hall of Fame induction at Yankee Stadium on Saturday. The man of the hour said he believes the team should be having a championship celebration of their own very soon.
by: Jordan McPherson — Miami Herald 5h
The Miami Marlins have given up home runs in 18 consecutive games, tying the club record. The Los Angeles Dodgers hit 16 of them. Ronald Acuna hit four. Pete Alonso, Michael Conforto and Corey Seager hit three.
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For the better part of two decades, the sound of Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” over the Yankee Stadium loudspeakers signaled impending doom for opposing hitters and was accompanied by the sight of close
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Here's the details on how the temporary baseball stadium will come together near the Field of Dreams movie site in Dyersville, Iowa.
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Informed analysis of all things New York Yankees.
by: Sean Farrell, North Jersey Record — North Jersey 8h
Yankees announcer Michael Kay returned to the broadcast booth on Saturday, after missing about six weeks for vocal cord surgery.
by: Marty Johnson — MLB: Yankees 8h
Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” blared throughout Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon as the Yankees honored Mariano Rivera’s induction into the Hall of Fame with a pregame celebration. Rivera’s family and former manager Joe Torre were in attendance...
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The New York Yankees have honored former reliever Mariano Rivera with a celebration before their game against Cleveland
by: CHARLES O'BRIEN Associated Press — Wisconsin State Journal 8h
NEW YORK (AP) — Taking his familiar position on the Yankee Stadium rubber, Mariano Rivera wound up and delivered his famed cut fastball to his son, Mariano Jr. It was high and outside, but...
by: Howie Kussoy — New York Post 9h
Mariano Rivera’s Hall of Fame celebration tour concluded with a pre-game ceremony, and first pitch, Saturday at Yankee Stadium. It capped off a summer in which the greatest closer of all-time hit an
by: CHARLES O'BRIEN — The Washington Times 9h
Taking his familiar position on the Yankee Stadium rubber, Mariano Rivera wound up and delivered his famed cut fastball to his son, Mariano Jr.
by: (AP) — San Antonio Express-News 9h
NEW YORK (AP) - Taking his familiar position on the Yankee Stadium rubber, Mariano Rivera wound up and delivered his famed cut fastball to his son, Mariano Jr. It was high and outside, but no one seemed to mind. The pitch came Saturday during a...