Baseball books on Sandy Alderson, more, welcome the season
A beloved star for the scrappy Brooklyn Dodgers in the 1950s, when New York was the center of the baseball universe, the first baseman with huge hands put up some pretty good numbers over the years — a .273 lifetime batting average, 370 home runs, and ...
Vintage Peachtree Road Condo Could be Redeveloped
An Atlanta condominium complex that was built the same year the Brooklyn Dodgers won the World Series may soon make way for a 21st Century high-end condo development. According to BuckheadView, developers have submitted a plan to rezone the ...
'Baseball as It Was' Episode #25: Carl Erskine
Jackie, Pee Wee, Duke, Campanella, and Hodges – names that still resonate strongly in the borough of Brooklyn and make up one of the most indelible teams in baseball history. Another name that will long be remembered is Carl Erskine, a right-hander who ...
The 20 greatest Dodgers of all time, No. 5: Duke Snider
Los Angeles Times
Continuing our countdown of the 20 greatest Dodgers of all time, as selected by our readers. No. 5: Duke Snider (101 first-place votes, 57,731 points). Snider was a Dodger, both in Brooklyn and Los Angeles, for 16 of his 18 years in the majors. A Hall ...
Jamie Moyer's Notebook: New York Yankees vs. Seattle Mariners June 1, 2015
Emerald City Swagger
Jamie Moyer's Notebook is the most in-depth Mariners game preview on the internet! The daily JMN will be posted here at Emerald City Swagger two hours prior to the first pitch. Make Jamie Moyer's Notebook part of your game-day routine.
June 1: Mariners' game notes vs. New York Yankees and minor-league report
Bob Dutton joins The News Tribune after more than 25 years at the Kansas City Star, including the last 13 covering baseball and the Royals. He was the president of the Baseball Writers' Association of America in 2008 and serves on the committee that ...
AL East keeping New York Yankees afloat
OAKLAND, Calif. -- The New York Yankees lost three of four games this weekend to an Oakland Athletics team that started this series in last place, 15 games under .500, and ended it in last place and only 13 games under .500. They gave back every bit of ...
The one silver lining to a Yankees team riddled with holes
New York Post
As in April, the Yankees didn't get shot down in May only because they are housed in the American League Least, a pedestrian division. The Yankees are still tied for the division lead with the Rays at 26-25 (two games up on the Orioles) despite having ...