CC Sabathia gave his first interview to Good Morning America since leaving baseball to undergo treatment for alcoholism.
In an interview with Robin Roberts, Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabbathia discuss his alcoholism and his decision to enter rehab before the end of the season.
You win, you keep playing. You lose, you go home. Here’s how to watch the AL Wild Card game, even if you aren’t near a TV screen.
The Japanese native is a multi-hyphenate talent and the better half of the New York Yankees pitching star. Get to know Satoda here.
The schedule is set for both sides of the AL bracket as the Divisional Series is slated to begin on Thursday, October 8.
The New York Yankees pitcher will miss the entire playoffs after it was announced he had checked into a rehab facility on Monday afternoon.
Survive and advance. The Houston Astros and New York Yankees square off on Tuesday but only one can advance to the ALDS.
It was an end-of-the-season mess but the MLB postseason schedule is, finally complete. Here’s who’s playing on Tuesday night.
Yogi Berra, the legendary Hall of Fame catcher for the New York Yankees, has died at the age of 90.
It’s not pretty. Yankees pitcher Bryan Mitchell couldn’t get his glove up in time and was hit with a line drive in the face on Monday night.
The Yankees top prospect makes his debut tonight on ESPN against the Red Sox. Here’s the facts on the Dominican flamethrower.
Zack Hample is the fan who has the ball from Alex Rodriguez’s 3,000th career hit — a home run on June 19. The sides are negotiating to get it back to the Yanks.
Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees just passed Hall of Famer Willie Mays on the all-time home run list with No. 661 and now he’s marching toward another plateau in the rarefied air: 2,000 runs batted in.
Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez apologized Tuesday to the fans for his role in the Biogenesis doping scandal. A-Rod did so in a hand-written statement, admitting his “mistakes.”
The New York Yankees announced that Bernie Williams, Jorge Posada and Andy Pettitte will have their numbers retired in 2015, bringing the total to 18.