Ellsbury Steals Home, Win For Yanks

- April 23, 2016

Jacoby Ellsbury stole home, a daring dash that startled Yankee Yankee Stadium and helped New York rush past the Tampa Bay Rays 6-3,

Tampa Bay Rays Tame Cuba

- March 23, 2016

The first visit by a major league team to the Communist island since 1999, the Tampa Bay Rays beat the Cuban national team 4-1 on March 22.

N.Y. Sportswriter Pepe Dies

- December 14, 2015

Phil Pepe, a revered baseball writer and radio voice who spent more than five decades covering sports in New York, died Dec. 13. He was 80.

Sabathia Reveals His Alcoholism

- November 6, 2015

New York Yankees pitcher CC Sabathia, who left the team at the end of the year for treatment, said he knew three years ago he was an alcoholic.

Mets Beat Cubs, Smell Series

- October 21, 2015

Daniel Murphy homered in his record-tying fifth straight postseason game as the Mets beat the Cubs, 5-2 to lead their NL Championship series, 3-0.

Yanks Must Wait ‘Til Next Year

- October 7, 2015

“When the season started, no one thought we would be here,” Manager Joe Girardi said after Houston eliminated New York 3-0 on Oct. 6.

Yanks Beat Bosox, Make Playoffs

- October 2, 2015

Ending a two-year absence from the postseason, New York clinched a wild-card berth with three games to spare, beating the Red Sox, 4-1.

People Came to Yogi’s Funeral

- September 29, 2015

On a day filled with stories from a lifetime in baseball, Yogi Berra was remembered as more than one of the game’s All-Time greats.

Chisox Whip Sabathia, Yanks, 5-2

- September 26, 2015

CC Sabathia gave up two costly homers and rookie Carlos Rodon pitched out of trouble as the Chicago White Sox beat the Yankees, 5-2.

Yanks Honor Berra’s Great Life

- September 25, 2015

The New York Yankees honored one of their greatest, 10-times World Series winner Yogi Berra on Sept. 24, two days after he died at 90.