New York Yankees
Anthony Bosch, chief witness against Alex Rodriguez in the MLB’s doping case, appeared on “60 Minutes” on Sunday night to talk about the accused pro baseball slugger.
Alex Rodriguez’s lawyers updated his lawsuit against the MLB and Bud Selig, adding new criticism of the commissioner for not testifying in the union’s grievance.
A person familiar with the negotiations says that free-agent catcher Brian McCann and the Yankees are about to complete a five-year deal for around $85 million.
Mariano Rivera said that he believes Alex Rodriguez is innocent. The retired Yankees reliever said that he’s willing to accept the word of his former New York teammate.
Yankees president Randy Levine headed to Major League Baseball’s office to testify Tuesday at Alex Rodriguez’s grievance hearing to overturn his 211-game suspension.
Despite your monolithic love for the Cardinals, no one was rooting for the Redbirds more than I was. Not only as a Yankees fan, but as a native New Yorker imbued with an epic allergy to all things New England, I am biologically skewed against the Red Sox.
The New York Yankees are America’s team. Or are they? The Evil Empire just doesn’t feel so daunting anymore, winning just one title since the last year of the ’90s dynasty.
In a hearing room, lawyers for the Yankees third baseman will argue why the 211-game suspension imposed by Major League Baseball on August 5 should be overturned.
Not only do many of us see the Dodgers as a five borough endeavor, an extension of our blue-collar grit and white-collar elitism, but we now must watch our enemy rocket to the top with a Yankee icon at the helm.
“60 Minutes” has learned that members of Alex Rodriguez’s inner circle obtained and leaked documents that implicated fellow baseball players in the MLB doping scandal.
Alex Rodriguez homered for the first time since he returned last week from offseason hip surgery and being suspended 211 games for performance-enhancing drug use.
Alex Rodriguez will be suspended Monday, likely through the 2014 season, as part of Major League Baseball’s latest drug investigation but can play while he appeals, a person familiar with the decision told The Associated Press.