New York Yankees
Sep 25, 2013 — The first 18,000 fans were supposed to get jiggly statues of their soon-to-be retired star. But the bobbleheads didn't arrive on time. When they did, there were long lines and hot tempers. What's more, the Yanks lost. All in all, it was a night to fuhgeddabout.
Aug 5, 2013 — In his first at-bat following Monday's announcement of a 211-game suspension, the crowd in Chicago let the Yankee know what they thought of him.
Oct 18, 2012 — The Tigers won 8-1 for a four-game sweep of the American League championship series. It's their second trip to the World Series in seven years. They'll face either defending champions St. Louis Cardinals or the San Francisco Giants.
Oct 11, 2012 — Jerry Girardi, 81, had Alzheimer's. His son Joe, the Yankees manager, has said his father "was always there for me" and helped instill in him a love for baseball.
Jul 24, 2012 — Ichiro Suzuki was the face of the Seattle franchise since coming to the team from Japan in 2001. Monday, he was traded to the Yankees — who were in Seattle to play the Mariners. After a bow to the crowd, Ichiro stroked a hit for his new team.
May 4, 2012 — The greatest "closer" in Major League Baseball was chasing a fly ball during batting practice when he tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
Aug 26, 2011 — The Yanks' Robinson Cano, Curtis Granderson and Russell Martin each cleared the bases in a 22-9 pasting of the Oakland A's. No Major League team had ever hit more than two grand slams in one game.
Jul 14, 2011 — Companies are lining up to help out Christian Lopez, the fan who graciously returned the historic baseball — and might have to pay a hefty tax bill because of the gifts he got in return.
Jul 13, 2011 — But whether Christian Lopez will be socked with about a $14,000 bill from the IRS is debatable. He gave back the ball Derek Jeter smacked for his 3,000th hit without expecting anything in return. The Yankees gave him about $50,000 in gifts.
Sep 16, 2010 — According to 'The New York Times', Yankees hats are the topper of choice for many criminals in New York City. Theories abound on what that's so.