Buck's stop at Citi gets extended play | New York Daily News
Mets’ team doctors, and tried to make plans to pick up the younger catcher at the airport in New York and take him for lunch.
That may surprise some people. After all, d’Arnaud is the Mets’ much-hyped catcher of the future, while Buck came into this season considered...
Yankees fall to Rays, 5-1 | New York Post
first four starts of a season, Ryan Roberts homered twice and Tampa Bay beat CC Sabathia and the New York Yankees 5-1 on Monday night.
Moore (4-0) allowed one run, two hits, three walks and had nine strikeouts over eight innings. Roberts connected in the first and third to...
3UP: Jeter, Harvey, Wheeler | New York Post
May 1 timetable went away when a chip was found near the area of the fracture. Now, the Yankees’ hope is that Jeter can be ready after the All-Star break.He turns 39 in June. He has suffered the kind of injury that threatens to further deteriorate his range...
Recovering Granderson empathizes with Jeter | New York Yankees
disabled list until after the All-Star break.
But Granderson, who has been working out with Jeter at the Yankees' Spring Training complex in Tampa, Fla., also believes that Jeter might have found some relief in finally understanding why it was taking him so long to feel normal on a...
Mets Add to Pitching Corps | New York Times
11. He made one start for the Mariners’ Class AAA team this season.
Mitchell has a history in New York. He pitched four games in relief for the Yankees last season after arriving to the club as a part of the trade for Ichiro Suzuki. He had a 3...
Tight back forces Yanks to scratch Youkilis | New York Yankees
com | 04/22/2013 6:30 PM ET
NYY@TOR: Youkilis rips a two-run single to left
ST. PETERSBURG -- Yankees first baseman Kevin Youkilis was a late scratch from the team's lineup against the Rays on Monday at Tropicana Field after his back tightened following batting practice.
Nike pulls ‘Boston Massacre’ T-shirts | New York Daily News
stores,” Nike spokesperson Brian Strong told the Daily News.
The T-shirts honored a series of wins by the New York Yankees against the Boston Red Sox in 1978, which killed Boston’s playoff chances that year and later became known as the “Boston massacre.” “In light of the tragedy...
MLB Power Rankings: Rox solid in Colorado | New York Daily News
We've been predicting for years they'd blossom. Could this be the year we're right?
9. New York Yankees (10-7, last week No. 14): Who's a better shopper at discount outlet Retread City than Brian Cashman?
10. Washington Nationals (10-8, last week No. 9):...
Youk expected ‘back’ tonight | New York Post
TORONTO Kevin Youkilis believed he could have played yesterday, but Yankees manager Joe Girardi wanted to make sure the lower-back tightness that forced Youkilis out of Saturdays game did not turn into a bigger problem. I think there is a pretty...
After missing most of '12, Rivera returns to form | New York Yankees
torn ligament in his right knee, 43-year-old Mariano Rivera has picked up right where he left off.
The Yankees closer is 5-for-5 in save opportunities and hasn't allowed a run since his first appearance of the season. Rivera was in top form for Saturday's extra-inning win against...
Today's Yankees starting lineup: April 21 | New York Yankees
3B: Trevor Plouffe
7. RF: Oswaldo Arcia
8. CF: Aaron Hicks
9. SS: Eduardo Escobar
SP: Scott Diamond
New York Mets:
1. CF: Jordany Valdespin
2. 2B: Daniel Murphy
3. 3B: David Wright
4. 1B: Ike Davis
5. C: John Buck
6. LF: Lucas Duda
7. RF: Mike Baxter...
With NY Knicks and Brooklyn Nets both playing in New York on first day of NBA playoffs, city takes in basketball atmosphere | New York Daily News
If the heart of sports in New York City beats to the rhythm of a bouncing basketball, then it was beating steady and strong on Saturday.
The Knicks and the Nets were at the center of the...
Lupica: Woodson is NBA Coach of Last Year-and-a-Half | New York Daily News
him to play effectively.
“I frankly can’t believe there hasn’t been a larger chorus out of New York for him being Coach of the Year. Now I think you can make a case for a lot of coaches, George Karl, Erik Spoelstra, you can go on and...
Sour note: UFT ousts renowned youth band | New York Post
Open tennis tournament, has been told there will be no space for it at JHS 292 in East New York, where the failing UFT Charter School is expanding come September. Its devastating, said band director Kenyatte Hughes, referring to the 400 kids, ages 5 to 14, who make up...
Plenty to Seav from 4-0 Harvey | New York Post
I am going to get to your team and Matt Harvey. But, first, a detour to the dynasty Yankees.
Or, more aptly, how those Joe Torre Yankees became a dynasty. There are plenty of theories, and the one you will hear most often involves George Steinbrenners wallet. But I...
Nets crush Bulls in first playoff game in Brooklyn | New York Post
make it a "blackout" for the first major postseason game in Brooklyn since Oct. 10, 1956, when the Yankees beat the Dodgers in Game 7 of the World Series at Ebbets Field.
The Nets then came out white-hot, shooting nearly 56 percent and putting six players in double figures...
Momentary Truce in NY-Boston Rivalry Before Game One | New York Times
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The bitter New York-Boston sports rivalry, dating back nearly 100 years, observed a momentary truce before the start of Saturday's NBA playoffs opener between the New...
Boston back to life after terrorists bomb mar... | New York Daily News
gloves on their way to the upper decks.
“I’m a Red Sox fan and she’s a Yankees fan,” said Brian Berglund, pointing to Beth Bates, both visiting from Bayville, L.I.
Not even terrorism and a manhunt could keep these two New Yorkers from visiting Beantown for...
The Score Hears: Jackie, '42' and a Miracle Met | New York Daily News
helping the Knicks win their last NBA championship, in 1973. But as the hoops great writes in his new autobiography, “Earl the Pearl: My Story,” he wasn’t particularly eager to come to New York.
Monroe had been a star for the Baltimore Bullets, but when contract negotiations stalled...
Letters to the Editor | New York Times
the rules of golf, and does not have to apply them to himself, then who does?
To the Sports Editor: Re Paying Tribute, April 17: I was only 7 when the World Trade Center was attacked and, like any second grader, could hardly understand why...
Girardi pleasantly surprised by Yanks' early power | New York Yankees
By Chris Toman / Special to MLB.com | 04/20/2013 1:21 PM ET
4/19/13: Yankees' three homers back Pettitte in win
TORONTO -- One area the Yankees were supposed to have trouble in this year was the power department.
New York started the season off...
April 20: Guns, terrorism, bikes | New York Daily News
they have managed to set. Just when you thought they hit rock bottom (sequester, anyone?), they find a new way to outdo themselves. Barely four months after the horrific gun-caused devastation at Newtown, the cowards in Congress voted down a proposal that would have limited access to guns for...
Mo on Jeter: He has to be selfish | New York Daily News
TORONTO — Derek Jeter and Mariano Rivera have always put the Yankees ahead of themselves, doing whatever is necessary to help their team work toward its ultimate goal. After learning that Jeter would be out until sometime after the All-Star break with...
Rivera can empathize with Jeter's plight | New York Yankees
Jeter is going through, it's teammate Mariano Rivera.
After Jeter's latest setback, the discovery of a new fracture in his surgically repaired left ankle that is expected to keep him out until after the All-Star break, the shortstop is likely to play in his fewest games since...
Diamond is happy ‘Sweet Caroline’ provides co... | New York Daily News
Sweet Caroline,” a staple of Boston Red Sox games, can provide comfort after the Boston Marathon bombing.
The New York Yankees, Toronto Raptors and other professional sports teams have played the song at games in the days after Monday’s deadly blasts, with fans and players often singing along...