Roger Clemens said Wednesday that reports he is unhappy with the Yankees are untrue.
Roger Clemens has chosen various ways to strongly deny using steroids or human growth hormone: a taped TV interview, a live news conference and, repeatedly, through his lawyers.
Roger Clemens has much riding on his "60 Minutes" interview with Mike Wallace, but history isn't on Clemens' side when it comes to denials of steroid usage, writes Howard Bryant.
Just when it looked as if the end was near, Johnny Damon sparked the Yankees and continued their season for at least one more game.
If Roger Clemens had been making the call, the New York Yankees really would have bugged out.
Even Roger Clemens' sons want to know whether he'll return for his 23rd major-league season.
Randy Johnson opened Tuesday's news conference introducing him as a member of the New York Yankees by apologizing for his confrontation with a television cameraman the day before.
Now that MLB has appeased the TV people, we need to return to the traditional way of selecting home field in the World Series.
George Steinbrenner started blubbering on TV during a pregame show Thursday, the second straight day that he had been moved to tears.
Free-agent pitcher Greg Maddux will sign with the New York Yankees sometime later this week, according to a report on New York's WABC-TV and in the Bergen Record, a New Jersey newspaper.
After some false alarms, Roger Clemens finally joined The 300-Win Club on Friday.
Roger Clemens' failed attempt to win his 300th game on Saturday against the Chicago Cubs got a 5.2 overnight rating for Fox, the highest for a regular-season game on the network since 1998.
For Roger Clemens, natural ability wasn't enough. His edge comes from a conditioning and preparation.
Jose Canseco turns on the TV set, flipping between games and rooting for the Rocket, A-Rod and his other friends. “ I am completely healthy and ready to play, and I'm willing to take any test to prove it. ” — Jose Cans...