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Okay...one comment. "Baby Ruth" had as much to do with the famed New York Yankees slugger as does with Lance Armstrong. That said, the candy bar did, at one point, serve as the "official candy bar of Major League Baseball.
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Derek Jeter is still experiencing soreness in his ankle and it appears he will be on the disabled list when the Yankees begin their season.
The Yankees will play the Tampa Bay Rays today in some Grapefruit League action down in Tampa, Fla., from George M. Steinbrenner Field. News broke earlier in the day that Derek Jeter will likely start the season on the DL, so get used to seeing Eduardo Nunez penciled in at shortstop in the upcoming weeks. Robinson Cano has the day off to rest, following the WBC. Righty Adam Warren...
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In order to make room for Vernon Wells on the 40-man roster, the Yankees have released infielder David Adams, according to WFAN’s Sweeny Murti.
Adams, 25, was originally drafted by the Tigers in 2005 but didn’t sign. In 2008, the Yankees took him in the third round. Last year, Adams hit .306 with eight homers and 48 RBIs in 86 games. Overall in his five years...
The Angels reportedly have agreed to trade Vernon Wells to the Yankees. Wells was a disappointment during his two seasons in Anaheim.
THE TROUBLES CONTINUE
Lance Armstrong has had a tough year and it's getting tougher as he is reportedly being investigated for possible criminal charges in Spain.
Houston Astros 4 — New York Yankees 4 [10 Innings]
The Yankees overcome an early deficit and end tonight’s game in a 4-4 tie with the Houston Astros.
Opening Day starter CC Sabathia had his last warmup of the Spring and started with struggles but settled down to put together five innings of work. On four hits, including three doubles, Sabathia gave up four runs in the 1st...
According to Yankees beat writer Erik Boland, the Yankees have signed first baseman Lyle Overbay to a minor league deal. The 36-year-old left-handed batter has spent 12 years in the major leagues with five different teams.
Overbay was released by the Boston Red Sox earlier this morning before joining the Yankees. Last season, he spent time with the Arizona Diamondbacks and Atlanta...
I always have to laugh when I hear people talk about the tough New York sports media. You mean the ones who are Brian Cashman's spin doctors, who will carry his water for whatever ridiculous move he makes? Even now claiming that the Vernon Wells deal is somehow smart? Spare me.Look at the morning papers' headlines and tell me that the mainstream media has any common sense...
Vernon Wells is excited about the chance to wear the New York Yankees' pinstriped uniform.
Wells went 0 for 3 with an RBI groundout in his debut with the Yankees, and the Houston Astros and New York played to a 4-all tie Tuesday night in 10 innings.
The Yankees completed a trade with the Los Angeles Angels earlier in the day to get Wells. The 34-year-old outfielder flied out...
Alex Rodriguez's surgically-repaired hip seems to be coming along quite well these days. The New York Yankees third baseman isn't letting the rehabbing hip or MLB investigators breathing down his neck about that pesky Biogenesis thing keep himself from getting around the Miami area.
The Yankees slugger was spotted Sunday with his girlfriend Torrie Wilson and golfer Greg...
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For the better part of two years, Vernon Wells was relegated to being to a fourth and sometimes fifth outfielder for the Angels. Now, when the trade becomes official, he will likely be the Yankees’ Opening Day left-fielder, according to a story on ESPN New York.
In the story, a source with knowledge of New York’s plans was quoted as saying “He will be the every day left fielder...