Alex Rodriguez will continue playing the fool. It's who he is and what he does.
Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre thinks Roger Clemens should be a Hall of Famer, but added that there will always be a question mark when it comes to the flame-throwing right-hander's legacy.
Andy Pettitte can't make a decision, and Roger Clemens could be the reason.
Former New York Yankees manager Joe Torre told the New York Post he felt sadness after learning former pitcher Roger Clemens was indicted for perjury on Thursday for allegedly lying to Congress.
The new biography about Alex Rodriguez will cost him any shot at being considered a person of substance, but that doesn't make him any different from a number of the game's other fallen heroes.
Joe Torre had no suspicions about Roger Clemens and Andy Pettitte using performance-enhancing drugs when they were playing for him with the New York Yankees.
Hank Steinbrenner and Joe Torre don't want people to rush to judgment.
Joe Torre won't pick sides between Roger Clemens and Brian McNamee, the former New York Yankees strength coach who accused the Rocket of using performance-enhancing drugs.
Roger Clemens isn't ready to say whether he's done pitching, but he knows who he'd like to see back as manager of the New York Yankees next year.
Roger Clemens was removed from the New York Yankees' playoff roster before they were eliminated by Cleveland on Monday night.
The Yankees not only lost the AL Division Series to the Indians. They also watched their aging dynasty come crumbling down for good.
Dangerously close to getting swept, the New York Yankees woke up just in time to save their season and perhaps Joe Torre's job.
Roger Clemens' attempt to save the New York Yankees didn't last long.
The Yankees' great dynasty is nearing its end, but Joe Torre and company aren't ready to throw in the towel yet.
Roger Clemens, who had several starts pushed back because of an injured hamstring, said that he's set to pitch for the Yankees in Game 3 against the Indians.
Roger Clemens will remain in Florida to continue his rehab program for a strained left hamstring while the Yankees close out the regular season this weekend at Baltimore.