As soon as Dellin Betances released the throw intended for first baseman Brian McCann, he said he "knew it wasn't even going to be close."
It wasn't a great weekend to be a Jets' high draft pick.
The Yankees will be the first to admit that they are not expecting a lot of blowouts. They are trying to hold together their season by piecing together a roster.
Cody Derespina ranks the top minor leaguers in the Yankees' farm system.
Spelling is important, kids.
The Hall of Fame Saturday announced changes to the oft-criticized voting process for induction into baseball's most exclusive club.
Each day before he heads out to practice, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie sits in front of his locker and tries to decide what kind of superhero he feels like. And then he puts on his cleats.
It was shaping up as the same old story for the Yankees which, since the All-Star Break, had meant one with a good ending.
Friday night's 6-4 Yankees' victory over the Toronto Blue Jays started out as the baseball version of a five-alarm fire. Fifteen hits and four home runs between the two teams in the first three innings.
Jason Babin cautions that it may take him some time to get up to speed with the Jets' defense.
Dee Milliner thinks he's the best cornerback in the league. So what does Rex Ryan think about that?
Joe Torre, the managerial mastermind of the resurgence of the Yankees, has been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Italy's Vincenzo Nibali has won the Tour de France, becoming the first Italian to win cycling's greatest race in 16 years by chiselling a lead over his main rivals a few seconds at a time and dominating them in the mountains.
The theme of the week at Yankee Stadium has centered on what a nirvana the place is. Players arriving from Arizona, San Diego, the minors and other corners of limbo feel like they have sipped from the fountain of youth and discovered the cure for male-pattern baldness.
Swin Cash called it "awkward."
Danny Green leaned against the back of his car, its trunk wide open. Inside it, was the NBA championship trophy.
There's no clock in baseball, but the six men getting inducted into the Hall of Fame today have been asked to keep their speeches under 10 minutes.
In new book, Joe Paterno's son says famed coach didn't want to leap to judgment about Sandusky
Judy Harris Kluger was particularly galled at the two-game suspension handed down Thursday by NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to Ravens running back Ray Rice, who was arrested in February for assaulting his then fiancee, Janay Palmer, at an Atlantic City casino.
On the eve of Hall of Fame weekend, The Franchise went to bat for The Captain.
While their Giants teammates commenced the next step in their combative preparation for the NFL season, practicing in full pads yesterday for the first time in this summer's training camp, Josh Brown and Brandon McManus began to sort out their competition in a more civilized way.
The Mets have spent much of their last 10 games trying to squeeze any production out of an ice cold lineup. As a result, during that stretch, they have been outscored and often outplayed.
If pay-per-view telecasts are the engine that drives boxing, then, the sport has to find new stars to fuel an engine that has been slowing down recently. As senior vice-president of sports operations and pay-per-view for HBO, it's Mark Taffet's job to do what he can to build and then market those attractions.
If Juan Lagares had been doing his part at the plate, his elite glove would have been patrolling centerfield in the fifth inning Saturday night, when the Brewers turned the tide to send the Mets to a 5-2 loss.
Had it not been for an unusual set of circumstances, not the least of which was his own problem with his pass rushing technique, Michael Strahan might not be preparing to stand before his teammates, coaches, family, friends and peers Saturday to accept the greatest honor bestowed upon a professional football player.
Michael Vick was looking good and having fun, perhaps more than he ever expected at this stage of his career.
Flash back to the late '90s, when the Yankees were in the midst of a dynasty and the iPod was not yet invented.
Marcus Stroman had just endured the worst performance of his pro career -- seven earned runs in one inning of a Double-A game. He was dejected, obviously, but soon came a pep talk the Medford native literally carries with him to this day.
Someday, perhaps as soon as this offseason, the Mets finally may assemble a lineup capable of steady production. Maybe, before they report to spring training, they will have traded for Rockies stars Troy Tulowitzki and Carlos Gonzalez.
Carmelo Anthony's free-agency decision wasn't exactly a slam dunk, and the Knicks superstar said he legitimately was torn on where he wanted to spend the prime years of his career.