New York Yankees pitcher Gerrit Cole is known for his dominance on the mound. Last year, however, he did something at the plate that no pitcher will likely ever match again.
When he was about 10 years old, Aaron Judge asked why he didn’t look like his parents. They told him he was adopted and it’s never fazed him.
Mookie Betts has garnered a record-breaking deal from the Dodgers, and that will mean a huge payday ahead for Aaron Judge.
While Dave Winfield had plenty of talent on the baseball field, that didn’t stop the Canadian authorities from arresting him in 1983.
Andruw Jones was one of baseball’s best players for a decade. The legendary Braves outfielder has a son ready to follow in his footsteps.
Domingo Germán enjoyed a breakout campaign for the Yankees in 2019. He intends to return in 2021 after previously hinting at retirement.
Former New York Yankees pitcher Sergio Mitre is under investigation in the disturbing case of a 2-year-old’s rape and murder. Here’s more.
Even as he nears 60, Roger Clemens is still going strong. The record-setting pitcher now has a new role in baseball’s independent leagues.
Gary Sheffield was a potent home run hitter in an extended MLB career. His son, Gary Jr., is now a rising voice in sports media.
Dave Righetti of the New York Yankees pitched a July 4 no-hitter in 1983.
Boston Red Sox fans absolutely hate him. New York Yankees fan love him. Bucky Dent is a Yankees legend. What is Dent up to today?
The New York Yankees have a storied history. One moment of that history happened when pitcher Andy Hawkins tossed no-hit ball against the Chicago White Sox and lost.
In 2005, Johnny Damon left the Boston Red Sox to join the New York Yankees. 15 years later, he’s still rubbing salt in the wound.
Drew Henson replaced Tom Brady as the starting quarterback at Michigan. It’s now up to Cam Newton to replace the NFL legend with the New England Patriots.|
Dave Winfield outsmarted New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner during free agency after the 1980 season.
A look back on the first contract ever signed by New York Yankees legend and Hall of Famer Derek Jeter, which was worth zero dollars.
Bobby Murcer was a beloved Yankees outfielder and broadcaster. Even in his final months of life, Murcer kept broadcasting Yankee games.
New York Yankees pitcher Aroldis Chapman is one of the best relievers in baseball. Just over a decade ago, he worked as an informant for the Cuban government.
While Babe Ruth seemed like a super hero on the baseball diamond, he was ravaged by a rare form of cancer and died tragically in 1948.
The New York Yankees honor their greats in Monument Park. Could recent events across the world impact who is honored at Yankee Stadium?
Yankees pitcher Carl Mays famously killed Indians shortstop Ray Chapman with a wild pitch. Here’s why Mays said he didn’t feel guilty.
Former Rockies and Yankees pitcher Chad Bettis, a cancer survivor, is retiring from baseball with his “head held high.” Here’s why.
While Babe Ruth proved to be a prolific hitter with the New York Yankees, he failed miserably as the team’s captain.
Hideki Irabu may have been a bust in the big leagues, but the ex-Yankee pitcher changed MLB free agency forever. Here’s how Irabu did it.
When Thurman Munson tragically died in 1979, the New York Yankees lost more than a player; they lost their heart and soul.
A look at the career of New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter and the five players taken ahead of him in the 1992 MLB draft.
Yankees outfielder Aaron Hicks is a potent five-tool player when healthy. Hicks could make MLB history when the 2020 season opens in July.
Pitcher Domingo German’s suspension under the MLB domestic violence policy will cost him the full 2020 season.
Yankees legend Billy Martin passed away in a car accident in 1989. His tragic and sudden death may have changed Yankees history forever.
During his career, Lou Gehrig became a New York Yankees legend. ALS, however, ended his baseball career and the Iron Horse tragically died soon after.
While Ken Griffey Jr. became one of baseball’s brightest stars, he refused to join the New York Yankees because of George Steinbrenner’s hypocrisy.
Cory Lidle fulfilled a lifelong dream when he joined the New York Yankees in the summer of 2006. An underrated workhorse pitcher and close friend of All-Star first baseman Jason Giambi, Lidle played a key role for the Yankees down the stretch. Just days after his season ended and he created a controversy among his …
Former New York Yankees starting pitcher Chien-Ming Wang surely wishes the league had a universal DH when he played. Wang suffered a career-altering injury running the bases in 2008.
Boston’s Tom Gordon saved 158 games and won a World Series in a long career. Stephen King also wrote a horror novel about him.
The Yankees were the biggest critics of the Astros when their cheating scandal surfaced, but NY might have some explaining to do now.
Sammy Sosa wanted to play for the New York Yankees in 2000. What would have happened if the Bronx Bombers acquired him that summer?
Roger Maris eclipsed Babe Ruth with 61 home runs in 1961. Unfortunately, Maris endured great fear and tremendous pain before and after breaking the record.
The New York Yankees have been ordered to turn over a letter from MLB commissioner Rob Manfred that may connect them to stealing signs during games.
If not for a future president, longtime Yankees manager Miller Huggins could have become a high-profile lawyer. Here are the details.
Jason Giambi spent 20 years in the pros and made more than $130 million in the process with the help of a golden thong.
Former New York Yankees and Mets pitcher Dwight Gooden threw his no-hitter when his father was in a hospital awaiting open-heart surgery.
Left-hander James Paxton called himself ‘oblivious’ to the everyday challenges faced by the black community.
David Wells did pitched a perfect game with the New York Yankees in 1998 against the Minnesota Twins and he did while having a hangover.
Eric Hinske recently obtained a home run ball he hit in the 2008 World Series … because of a random office conversation? Here are the details.
Major League Baseball gave Steve Howe repeated chances in a career marred by seven suspensions for drug violations.
Derek Jeter could have never imagined that a signed baseball from his childhood would fetch a ridiculous sum of money one day.
For MLB Hall-of-Famer Derek Jeter, playing for the New York Yankees and dating singer Mariah Carey were dreams come true.
Ruben Rivera was a talented prospect, but the Yankees traded him when he sold Derek Jeter’s glove. What is Ruben Rivera doing now?
He’s always been clutch. He usually came up big in the postseason. Since the nickname Mr. October was already taken by former New York Yankee outfielder Reggie Jackson, it only seemed fitting that Derek Jeter would become Mr. November after his walk-off home run in Game 4 of the World Series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. …
New York Yankees Hall-of-Famer Derek Jeter’s flip against the Oakland Athletics remains one of the best defensive plays ever.