How well do YOU know the Big Apple?
How well do YOU know the Big Apple?
Michael Pineda was ejected from Wednesday’s game against the Boston Red Sox after umpires went to the mound to investigate what appeared to be pine tar. MLB announced his suspension Thursday.
You won’t BEELIEVE it.
Plus 5 of the greatest Derek Jeter moments ever, 19 insanely great insults from around the world, and a 90s slow jams playlist to conquer Valentine’s Day.
Take me out to the ballgame…like, yesterday.
Boston put together a tribute before Mariano Rivera’s last game at Fenway. There was a string quartet playing “Enter Sandman” and everything.
Derek Jeter’s illustrious career is winding down. Let’s forget all about that and remember the times he inspired a nation before things get all misty in here.
Just in case you forgot, Andy Pettitte is still pitching.
The frontrunner to be New York’s next mayor is in the closet about the fact that she doesn’t really care about baseball.
A nice gesture in the Bronx.
A-Rod gets $232,588 per hit. Mike Trout isn’t so lucky.
Who knew their real problem was having players who hang out on top of a grill?
The old unintentional flip while trying to catch a foul ball. Classic
Cool tie clip, Bambino.
Nothing captures that Yankee history quite like the smell of bleach and air fresheners. And that’s just A-Rod. You also have bathroom smells. (via photoblog.msnbc.msn.com)
Well more of an ass of himself. A caller wants to talk about Tigers reliever Al Albuquerque who gave up a big home run to Robinson Cano and has generally sucked against the Yankees in these playoffs. The only problem is that Mike thinks he’s being prank called, because he thinks Al Albuquerque is a made up name. Let’s watch… (via deadspin.com)
This is by far my favorite of the Baldwin/Krasinski rivalry ads. It has everything: insane Alec Baldwin, accidental arson, and 912 (the aforementioned “911 for rich people”). Now if only the Red Sox and Yankees weren’t so insufferable… Watch Video ›
The dad is a Red Sox fan and threatens his toddler with eviction if you he doesn’t stop liking the Yankees. Do they make “Father of the Millennium” mugs? Watch Video ›
What did you expect from a Red Sox fan? Fight the power, little man, and stay with the Yankee Empire. Watch Video ›
“DH” standing for “designated hitter,” not “die horribly.”
According to a recent New York Times article, New York criminals have a striking tendency to wear Yankee caps. To the untrained eye, this would appear only the latest in the Times’ endless string of bogus trend articles – supported by nothing but anecdotal evidence – in a desperate attempt to halt plummeting circulation. A careful examination of the evidence, however, proves otherwise. View List ›
Chan Ho Park answers reporters’ questions about why he performed so badly during his first game pitching with the Yankees. In vivid detail. Watch Video ›
This is hilarious - see if you can spot the erratic lighting pattern that gave thousands of passing Red Sox fans a collective aneurysm. Watch Video ›
The New York Yankees will follow this route on Friday’s parade at 11 a.m., from the Battery to City Hall. We will likely be there to film the shenanigans. View Image ›
Maybe it was the recent Yankees win (or maybe it was booze…yeah, it was booze) that sent this Red Sox fan over the edge. We love how the announcer refers to the woman begging him to stop dancing is his “wife or girlfriend.” With those moves, dude looks like he’s led a fierce Pride parade or two. View Media ›
According to this absolutely horrifying, graphic retelling of former Yankee and current San Francisco Giants pitcher Randy Johnson’s wild and pervy antics, there is reason to judge a man by his mustache. Apologies to Johnson, as he’s surely a fine, upstanding husband and father of four. It’s just that YouTube can get crazy sometimes, y’know? Watch Video ›
Construction workers at the new Yankee Stadium in the Bronx unearthed a Red Sox jersey hidden there by a turncoat construction worker. The story about a jersey - hidden in order to curse the team - leaked late last week, and over the weekend a crew jackhammered through the concrete behind home plate to find the jersey of #34, David Oritz. Meanwhile, in real life, the Red Sox beat the Yankees 8-5 on Sunday. Read More ›