“This certainly looks more like old-fashioned Sox, Yankees at Fenway Park!” NESN announcer Dave O’Brien bellowed during a third-inning bench clearing that could be best …
On Jan. 23, 1939, the New York Yankees elected longtime General Manager Edward Barrow as the club’s president. Barrow replaced principal owner Colonel Jacob Ruppert, …
The New York Post’s Mike Vaccaro has always been a friend of Gotham Baseball. Sure, a big reason is because he’s always treated myself and …
Paul Goldschmidt, Matt Moore, and the Omaha Storm Chasers lead the way in 2011.
In this installment of “On Another Field”, we check in with Collin McHugh, a pitcher for the Double-A Binghamton Mets about his experience on the mound at Fenway Park for the 6th annual Futures at Fenway game.
The A.L. MVP race is between three players heading into the season’s last month, once again pitting the Yankees and Red Sox against each other.
Phil Hughes has a 1.37 ERA over his past three starts while Bartolo Colon is faltering as the team nears the finish line. Who gets the postseason nod?
A.J. Burnett is no longer one of the top five starting pitching options for the Yankees, leaving Joe Girardi with a decision to make.
The Yankees struggles against the Red Sox could hinder chances of obtaining World Series glory.
One hundred-twenty one years ago today one of the most colorful characters in baseball history was born. Remembering Casey Stengel.