President Barack Obama is honoring former baseball players in the Negro League, a haven for African-American players who for decades were prevented from competing with white players in professional baseball.
Yanks relievers not named Rivera dropped the ball -- this time vs. the O's.
Yankees assistant GM Jean Afterman felt "tremendous remorse" after heckling President Barack Obama.
The Yanks were at the White House. Joe Torre's Yanks. But he says he's happy.
The Yankees brought a little Bronx cheer to President Obama on Monday.
President Barack Obama welcomed the world champion New York Yankees to the White House.
Yankees reserve outfielder Randy Winn will respectfully skip the team's visit to the White House on Monday.
Being on the New York stage has gobbled up many a player, but Brett Gardner and Daniel Murphy are both ready for the challenge.
Even though they didn't win the World Series, the New York Yankees got to go to the White House.
There remains a corps of players who play the game the right way.
Sunday's MLB roundup.
Baseball owners once passed up a chance to hire former colleague George W. Bush as the sport's commissioner, but now they're working hard to keep Bush at bat in the White House.