Keith Olbermann is right about Derek Jeter. In case you missed it, the self-professed Yankee fan and ESPN-anchor-turned-political-pundit-turned-ESPN-anchor-again went all contrarian on us a few days ago in the lead-up to Jeter’s final home game at Yankee Stadium. Let’s
As he walks off a Major League for the last time as a player, we say thank you.
The end of Derek Jeter's career at Yankee Stadium couldn't have ended in any better style last night than with a walk off hit in the victory.
Although New York Yankees fans never thought they would see the day, the legend of baseball Derek Jeter will be playing his last game at Yankee’s Stadium this evening. Yankee Stadium will undoubtedly be full of sadness tonight, and
Alex Cobb allowed three earned runs in a start for the first time in 12 starts as the Yankees won Derek Jeter's final game at the Trop 3-2.
New York Yankees Chase Headley is not happy with Joe Maddon's choice of words used to describe the pitch that hit him in the jaw.
Derek Jeter and Chase Headley are both frustrated with getting hit by pitches after they lose 6-1 to the Tampa Bay Rays.
The Tampa Bay Rays defeated the New York Yankees by a final score of 6-1. Tempers flared in the eighth inning after Derek Jeter was hit by a pitch.
Though everything was smooth sailing through the first seven innings at Tropicana Field tonight, the eighth inning started a different story. It all started when Derek Jeter was hit by a 0-2 93 mph offering from Steve Geltz. The
Alex Cobb looks for his 13th consecutive game allowing two runs or less and pass Babe Ruth in the process as he takes on the New York Yankees.