Derek Jeter came within one vote of being a unanimous pick for the Hall of Fame while Larry Walker also earned baseball's highest honor on Tuesday.
By Ronald Blum, Associated Press
Don Larsen threw a perfect game in 1956 with the New York Yankees for the only no-hitter in World Series history.
By Associated Press
Trump, a Yankees fan, praised Rivera on Monday as "maybe the greatest pitcher of all time."…
The Boston Red Sox are accused of using technology to record and decode the signals between New York Yankees’ pitchers and catchers in order to use that information to their advantage in the middle of the game. William Brangham is…
By PBS NewsHour
By PBS NewsHour
Yogi Berra has died at the age of 90. In 1946 he joined the New York Yankees, where he became a linchpin player on 10 World Series-winning teams. But the baseball giant was also famous for his way with words.
By Gretchen Frazee
Hall of Fame New York Yankees catcher Yogi Berra died Tuesday at the age of 90. During the World War II veteran’s 19-year career, he became a 15-time All-Star, three-time American League MVP winner and 10-time World Series champion.
Jury selection began Wednesday in the federal perjury trial of former pitching star Roger Clemens. The record-setting major leaguer was charged with lying to Congress about the use of steroids and human growth hormones. Ray Suarez discusses the charges and…
As New York Rep. Charles Rangel and Gov. David Paterson face ethical inquiries, Gwen Ifill sits down with political scientist Douglas Muzzio to discuss what's ahead for the Empire State.
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