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Alex Rodriguez just wants to compete and stay in New York. The Yankees third baseman told USA TODAY Sports in his first extensive interview since last season, that he’s not worried about what people are saying, he just wants the chance to compete on the field. “I know people think I’m
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Yankees first baseman Mark Teixeira has had surgery to repair the tendon sheath in his right wrist.
The Yankees said Tuesday that the switch-hitter had the operation Monday at NYU Hospital. The surgery was performed by Dr. Keith Raskin and ''went as planned.''
The team has previously said Teixeira will miss the rest of the season.
Teixeira was injured in early...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter thinks he is close to playing in minor league rehab games.
The Yankees captain says he is now doing everything needed before beginning a rehab assignment.
On Wednesday, Jeter ran the bases after putting the ball in play during simulated at-bats for the first time since a second break was found in his left ankle. He is expected to rejoin the...
New York Yankees' shortstop Derek Jeter stated on Thursday that he believes he will soon be medically cleared to begin a Minor League rehab assignment.
As reported by Bryan Hoch of MLB.com,
"Jeter worked out at the Yankees' complex in Tampa on Thursday, one
day after he took simulated at-bats and ran the bases. Jeter has been
recovering after a second fracture...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter will play start playing in minor league games on Saturday as he works his way back from an ankle injury.
The team announced on Friday that Jeter, who hasn't played this season due to a broken left ankle, has been cleared to begin a rehab assignment and is scheduled to join Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. The Yankees captain is scheduled...
New York Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter went 0 for 2 with a walk and a run scored in five innings for Scranton/Wilkes-Barre on Monday night in his third game back from an ankle injury.
Jeter tested the left ankle several times while playing the field for just the second time and was part of four defensive plays.
He fielded two grounders, caught one pick-off attempt at second base...
Alex Rodriguez called his season's debut a success, even if the results Tuesday night didn't bear that out.
Rodriguez played his first game since a miserable October and went hitless in two at-bats for the Charleston RiverDogs. In his first game since left hip surgery in January, Rodriguez grounded into a double play in his first time up then struck out looking against 23...
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez grounded out twice and turned a double play Wednesday night in the second game of his minor league rehab stint with Class-A Charleston.
Rodriguez is recovering from left hip surgery in January. He spent time in the dugout signing items for his teammates after he came out, and then jogged out to the right-field stands to sign for fans.
Derek Jeter is on the road to his season debut as he will begin his rehab stint at Triple A Scranton Wilke-Barre on Saturday. The news comes courtesy of Mark Feinsand
Derek Jeter has been cleared by the Yankees to begin a rehab assignment. He is scheduled to join Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre tomorrow.
— Mark Feinsand (@FeinsandNYDN) July 5, 2013
There is no player who has played the game of baseball better than Alex Rodriguez over the past 18 years. From his defensive play at shortstop and third base, to his ability to hit for average and power, along with a knack for stealing bases, the New York Yankees beleaguered and sometimes toxic third baseman has done it all better than anyone during his career. But he is more of...
CC Sabathia (8-6, 4.15 ERA) squares off against P.J. Walters (2-4, 6.03 ERA) and will try to win the series against Minnesota. Sabathia had a no hitter going into the sixth inning on June 28 against Baltimore but blew a three run lead, losing a 4-3 decision. His fastball, slider and changeup all looked sharp, and Sabathia said he doesn’t feel far off from dominance. He struggled...
Salty Alex Rodriguez told USA Today in no uncertain terms he is not going to $#%&, &^%$ing quit.Maybe he can challenge Brian Cashman to a swearing contest.Too hungover to post. Hurts troo much. See? I can't even type. That's how bad it is. &%$#!
At 30-years-old in his 10th professional season in the major leagues, David Wright has earned the distinction as the King of New York. He is the most valuable position player in the city in 2013 just the same as he was in 2008, and when comparing his first body of work to Derek Jeter’s first 10 seasons, it’s close to undeniable to proclaim that Wright hasn’t been at or above...
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Porter Fischer, the whistleblower behind the Biogenesis scandal, has demanded $1 million from Major League Baseball in exchange for documents.
Ermon Lane knows how to break a tackle. FOX Sports reporter Amy Campbell probably just wishes he didn’t practice the skill at her expense.
Campbell was on the wrong side of a hit (pun intended) this week when she visited Beaverton, Ore., to film a high school football recruiting competition. She and her colleague, Chad Simmons, set up near the field to chat all things high school...