The two greatest closers in baseball history have more in common than just stats.
From the archives of ESPN The Magazine (Aug. 1, 2005), Buster Olney profiles George Steinbrenner who then, at 75, was in the process of stepping away from the spotlight with the New York Yankees.
Rookie right-hander Joba Chamberlain has given the Yankees a major spark, and plenty of promise for the future.
Alex Rodriguez hit a grand slam and drove in five runs in the Yankees' 15-2 rout of the Athletics.
The Red Sox made a huge mistake by allowing the Yankees control the negotiations and steal Johnny Damon away from Boston, Buster Olney writes.
For once, the Yankees might actually pass on the compulsion to fire back in their war against the Red Sox, writes Buster Olney.
'The Last Night of the Yankee Dynasty' epilogue: Collection of stars, fractured clubhouse.
What must go right, what could go wrong? A team-by-team look at the American League.
It was a long time in coming, but the Yankees finally got the ace they've always wanted: Randy Johnson.
With Randy Johnson coming to town, the Yankees could have the ultimate team in 2005.
You are Jason Giambi. You have admitted that you used steroids. From this point forward, your life is going to be constant misery.
Jason Giambi's only 33 years old, but some doubt whether the former AL MVP will ever be great again.
In his first public actions of the offseason, Yankees owner George Steinbrenner met with free agent Pedro Martinez.
Buster Olney's Game 3 instant analysis of the Red Sox-Yankees series.
The Top 10 key confrontations that will likely decide the Red Sox-Yankees and Astros-Cardinals series'.
Ken Caminiti's death and Gary Sheffield's recent remarks demonstrates MLB still doesn't have a grip on steroids.