New York Yankees
Finally, we’ve heard the rumors that the Yankees are interested in Josh Hamilton. Signing the former Rangers slugger would go against New York’s recent trend of saving money.
Thanks to the quirky new baseball playoff rules, the Rangers get one more chance to keep the hope alive – by facing either the Orioles or Yankees Friday night in a one-game playoff.
Coco Crisp’s latest big hit helped put the A’s in the playoffs for the first time in six years, and they remained in contention for a division crown by beating the Rangers 4-3 on Monday.
SUGAR LAND, Texas (AP) – Roger Clemens pitched 4 2-3 scoreless innings for Sugar Land of the independent Atlantic League with his oldest son Koby catching him on Friday night against Long Island The seven-time […]
When Roger Clemens pitches Saturday night for the Sugar Land Skeeters it will be the first time the 50-year-old has taken the mound in almost five years.
Texas had lost eight straight games at Yankee Stadium. And the hard-hitting Rangers had done little in this series too, totaling only four runs before the finale on Thursday afternoon.
Freddy Garcia was able to work around two solo home runs by Josh Hamilton, and the Yankees barely edged past the Rangers for the third straight night, 3-2 on Wednesday.
Hiroki Kuroda pitched a two-hitter, and the Yankees got consecutive homers from Nick Swisher and Mark Teixeira in a 3-0 victory over the Rangers on Tuesday night.
Nick Swisher hit a grand slam and drove in five runs, Derek Lowe closed with four shutout innings in his Yankees debut, and New York beat the Rangers 8-2 on Monday night.
Prince Fielder made a splash at the All-Star Home Run Derby — eight of them. The Tigers slugger joined Ken Griffey Jr. as the only players to win multiple derby titles.
After Josh Hamilton’s 4 home run performance Tuesday against the Baltimore Orioles, the natural talk around the metroplex and in the baseball landscape was, sign this guy! Even if you have to over pay sign this guy!
Brian Cashman, ostensibly a government witness in the Roger Clemens perjury trial, sometimes sounded more like a defense witness as he praised the former MLB pitcher.