He was one of the great baseball players of his time. He played for the New York Yankees in the ’40’s and 50’s, winning three league MVP awards and went on to manage the Yankees. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1973.
Yogi Berra passed away on Tuesday at the age of 90. He was a great baseball player but he might be best known for his ability to twist the English language.
I love minor league baseball, you can do so much more there to bring entertainment between the innings. Crazy antics in the outfield and hilarious give aways are just par for the course. However, I haven't heard of going this far yet. The Trenton Thunder have a new member this year and it has for legs and is ready to fetch...
Derek Jeter announced through his Facebook page on Wednesday that 2014 would be his final season in Major League Baseball.
The New York Yankees shortstop posted the following statement on his Facebook page.
Derek Jeter - Timeline Photos | Facebook
The Yankees drafted Jeter out of high school in 1992 and he eventually made his debut wearing pinstripes in 1995...
A New York Yankees superfan takes his fandom so seriously that he delayed attending his sister's wedding to go to a baseball game. "Bald" Vinny Milano is the unquestioned leader of the Bleacher Creatures, the New York Yankees' fan group which performs the Yankee Stadium tradition of the "Roll Call" — chanting the names of the Yankees' starting players until each player acknowle
He was one of the great baseball players of his time. Played for the Yankees in the ’40’s and 50’s. He won three league MVP awards and also went on to manage the Yankees. He was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1973. But he might be known for his ability to twist the English language.
The Yankees were trailing the Oakland A's 7 to 2 in the bottom of the fifth when 2nd baseman Robinson Cano connected on the first of three Yankees' grand slams. Catcher Russell Martin followed with another one in the bottom of the 6th. Center fielder Curtis Granderson added a third in the bottom of the 8th. The Yankees became the first team in major league history to hit three grand slams in on
He was one of the New York Yankees all-time great baseball players. Lou Gehrig was the only child of
German immigrants, his parents stressed education over sports, but he got a scholarship to Columbia
University to play football and was signed by the Yankees when he was spotted by a scout. When he finally made the Yankees' lineup he didn’t miss a game for the next 13 years.
His name is Matthew Mondoux. He’s a Grand Island native and after serving in Afghanistan he returned home to find out a good friend was diagnosed with ALS – Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Beginning this Sunday, July 10th, Mondoux will be heading to New York City and he’s walking it - 350 miles from Grand Island Veterans Park to Yankee Stadium, a trip he expects to take 12 days to complete. And during