The New York Yankees And Their Fight With .500
Elite Sports NY
.500 is a mathematical outcome, not a monster. The New York Yankees have failed to understand that thus far in 2016. All .500 entails is winning as many as you lose, and therefore winning half of your games. When put to numbers, it represents 50%.
Preview: Minnesota Twins at New York Yankees
Ervin Santana pitches for the Twins on Saturday and looks to get consecutive wins over the Yankees for the first time in nearly 10 years. Santana started his career with the Angels in 2005 and in his first four starts against New York, he was 4-0 with ...
The Mickey Mantle lesson that could save these Yankees
New York Post
Friday night was Mickey Mantle Triple Crown Bobblehead Night, and Yankee Stadium was packed because of it with 44,808 fans. In 1956, 60 years ago, Mantle, who was only 24, won the Triple Crown, hitting 52 home runs, driving in 130 runs and batting ...
Carlos Beltran of the New York Yankees Teaches Children the Importance of Education
3BL Media (press release)
Carlos Beltran recorded a hit and three RBIs on Wednesday, helping the New York Yankees beat the Colorado Rockies. What he did after the game, however, left an even bigger impression. Beltran's third annual gala was held at Gotham Hall in Manhattan ...
The five most epic 'farewell tours' by modern MLB hitters
David Ortiz is on pace to record the best final season by a hitter in modern MLB history. Who are his competitors? 1. Intro. By Will Laws; Updated Jun 23, 2016. Barry Bonds. Though David Ortiz regrets disclosing that 2016 will be his final year in the ...
This Date In Baseball
1944 — In an effort to raise funds for war bonds, the New York Giants, Brooklyn Dodgers and New York Yankees played against each other in a six-inning contest at the Polo Grounds. More than 50,000 fans turned out. Each team played successive innings ...
Baseball comes back to Brooklyn in 2001
New York Daily News
Some 7,500 fans - many of them too young to remember when the Dodgers left Brooklyn after the 1957 season - whistled, clapped, stomped their feet and cheered "Go Cyclones." "I know they're just kids starting out," a gray-haired man said of the mini-Mets.
Dodgers Dugout: Special guests Mason and Ireland discuss Kershaw, Puig and the team's playoff chances
Los Angeles Times
Joe Bridge asks: Why aren't the Brooklyn Dodger Hall of Fame uniform numbers (Dazzy Vance for starters) retired and up in the outfield? Same for Branch Rickey? Is this oversight, Ross? This is a great piece of our heritage, but it is not on display ...