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Idiot On The Field In Yankee Stadium Gets Taken Out Near Second Base Idiot On The Field In Yankee Stadium Gets Taken Out Near Second Base

An idiot on the field at Yankee Stadium got dropped by security like he was a running back in the Meadowlands during the seventh inning of tonight’s Twins-Yankees game. The broadcast cameras refused to show him (ugh), but two fan videos—and the brilliant photo seen above—captured most of the event.

Of Course Giancarlo Stanton Can Still Bash Gargantuan Dongs Of Course Giancarlo Stanton Can Still Bash Gargantuan Dongs

Giancarlo Stanton’s had a rough go of it so far in the Bronx, recording a pair of platinum sombreros and striking out 32 times in 92 plate appearances, enough to turn Yankee Stadium into hostile territory. But during the fifth inning of the Yankees’ 14-1 victory over the Twins Monday, Stanton showed how he can make…

John Sterling Is Still Wooing His Italian Girlfriend With Giancarlo Stanton Home Run Calls John Sterling Is Still Wooing His Italian Girlfriend With Giancarlo Stanton Home Run Calls

Giancarlo Stanton socked himself a dinger last night, in the third inning of an 8-5 Yankees loss to the visiting Blue Jays. You want to see the dinger, don’t you. Fine. Here’s the dinger:

Phil Nevin Is Still Pissed That Alex Cora Waved At Him From The Dugout

While you might think that the ugliest part of last night’s Yankees-Red Sox donnybrook was guys like Joe Kelly and Tyler Austin trying to bloody each other in the infield, Yankees third-base coach Phil Nevin has other concerns—namely, hand waving from Red Sox manager Alex Cora.

Let's Enjoy Some Pictures Of The Day In Baseball Donnybrooks Let's Enjoy Some Pictures Of The Day In Baseball Donnybrooks

Baseball featured one tussle in the afternoon (Padres-Rockies, after a few hit batsmen) and one in the evening (Yankees-Red Sox, after one hit batsman and one hard slide) and, as always, the resulting photographs from Getty and the Associated Press are much more engrossing than any video can be. Here’s a sampling of…

Red Sox, Yankees Put On A Brawl Red Sox, Yankees Put On A Brawl

Just a few hours after baseball’s last benches-clearing brawl, here’s another solid one for you. The Red Sox and Yankees got into a tussle in the seventh inning tonight, after Boston’s Joe Kelly hit Tyler Austin in retaliation for a spikes-up slide earlier in the game. Austin slammed his bat down, Kelly motioned for…

It's Been A Nightmare Start For Giancarlo Stanton It's Been A Nightmare Start For Giancarlo Stanton

Bottom of the 12th, Yankees down 8-7 to the Orioles, bases loaded, nobody out, and Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton coming up. If you’re going to be down a run, this is the situation you want, right? Here’s what O’s closer Brad Brach did:

Yankees Fans Incessantly Boo Giancarlo Stanton After New Arrival Records Platinum Sombrero

Reigning National League MVP Giancarlo Stanton is already a persona non grata in the Bronx as Yankees fans reacted to the slugger’s five-strikeout day against the Rays with a chorus of boos.

Kevin Pillar Ruins Loathsome Yankees By Stealing Second, Third, And Home In One Inning

The Blue Jays struck a blow for the little guy Saturday and snatched a game from their series against the Yankees, 5-3. That alone is worth a fist pump, but get a load of this truly badass sequence from Blue Jays center fielder Kevin Pillar, from the bottom of the 8th inning, with the Jays up a run:

John Sterling Is Very Happy That His Goofy Call Blighted Giancarlo Stanton's Dinger John Sterling Is Very Happy That His Goofy Call Blighted Giancarlo Stanton's Dinger

John Sterling’s call for Giancarlo Stanton’s first dinger as a Yankee was goofy and dumb. The call—Giancarlo, non si può stoparlo—was in Italian, which is random as hell, considering that Stanton is not Italian, and neither is Sterling, and we do not live in Italy, and Sterling was not broadcasting in Italy. It was…

What The Hell Is John Sterling's Home Run Call For Giancarlo Stanton? What The Hell Is John Sterling's Home Run Call For Giancarlo Stanton?

A few days ago, the New York Times talked to Yankees broadcaster John Sterling about the home run call that he’d decided to use for Giancarlo Stanton this season:

Yankees Broadcasters Share Heartwarming Anecdote About People Who Died At The Grand Canyon Yankees Broadcasters Share Heartwarming Anecdote About People Who Died At The Grand Canyon

Opening Day is just six days away. People are getting pretty bored of spring training. During today’s Red Sox-Yankees tilt in Tampa, YES announcers Ken Singleton and John Flaherty held an impromptu book club, discussing that classic tome chronicling people who have died at the Grand Canyon.

The World Took So Much From Me, But Baseball Gave It Back The World Took So Much From Me, But Baseball Gave It Back

Originally featured in the anthology Birth of a Fan (Ed. Ron Fimrite), 1993, this essay appears here with permission.

Yankees Prospect Shot In Hip During Alleged Robbery Attempt Yankees Prospect Shot In Hip During Alleged Robbery Attempt

Yankees minor leaguer Thairo Estrada was shot in his right hip last week in Venezuela during what he says was a botched robbery at a restaurant. Manager Aaron Boone said he was recovering quickly, and should be available for the “bulk of the season.”

How Far Can Rick Fox And The Yankees Take Esports? How Far Can Rick Fox And The Yankees Take Esports?

Turn your TV dial to the Yankees’ YES network next Wednesday, and instead of finding a documentary about Mickey Mantle or a replay of the 1998 World Series, you might end up watching a match of H1Z1 or League of Legends. It’s not just an offseason thing, either—the New York Yankees, baseball’s most storied franchise,…

Yankees Trade For Some Scrub Prospect Yankees Trade For Some Scrub Prospect

The New York Yankees acquired Texas Rangers prospect Russell Wilson for “future considerations” today. Wilson has long wanted to be a Yankee, per ESPN, and the two organizations got the trade done to accommodate Wilson’s wishes.

Mets Owner Wishes The Yankees Wouldn't Spend So Much Money Mets Owner Wishes The Yankees Wouldn't Spend So Much Money

The Yankees are up to their old tricks, putting together a championship-caliber club with a combination of a stocked prospect pool and deep, deep pockets. Thanks to the former, they’re reportedly on the verge of trading for starter Gerritt Cole, and thanks to the latter, Giancarlo Stanton is now in pinstripes. And…

CC Sabathia Returning To Yankees To Complete "Unfinished Business" CC Sabathia Returning To Yankees To Complete "Unfinished Business"

C.C. Sabathia’s free agency presumably got a lot simpler after the Yankees, who came achingly close to advancing to the World Series back in October, went out and snagged the reigning National League MVP. To absolutely no one’s great surprise, Sabathia would prefer to spend his age-38 season getting run support from…

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