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After nine solid seasons as both a starter and reliever in the Korean Baseball Association, the 27-year-old, right-hander got to toe the rubber in a Major League game for the first time on Saturday against a split-squad of New York Yankees. In
Baseball Yankees Head to Panama and a Reunion With Rivera By PETER KERASOTIS MARCH 13, 2014 TAMPA, Fla. — http://topics.nytimes.
I felt good," Norris said. "That was the number one thing. ... I didn't feel that I was that wild, but I threw competitive pitches that were pretty close. ... I just felt like I was close to the corners, but just not quite getting them." Norris, who
Maj.-Gen. (res.) Jerry Gershon, National Chairwoman Nily Falic, IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen...Some 1,400 supporters of the IDF, Jewish and non-Jewish, Israeli and American, came to the Waldorf Astoria to declare their love of Israel and the young
Fla. (AP) Japanese star Masahiro Tanaka made his third start for the New York Yankees, this time in a simulated game. Tanaka, who signed a $155 million, seven-year contract in January, struck out nine of 18 batters he faced in four innings Tuesday.
Wise, Jr., and Anne Collier Rehill, Stars in Blue: Movie Actors in America's ... This undated file photo originally released by NBC shows Robert Culp, left, and Bill Cosby starring as a team of American agents in the 1960's television series, "I Spy."
Knicks trying to sell Phil Jackson as franchise's newest savior Whatever promises are being made to Jackson, and whether he decides to come out of retirement and come home or not, he ought to know on his way in the door before things end badly for
His retirement signals not just a farewell tour for the heart and soul of the Yankees over the past 20 years, but also a new era for the franchise...The likelihood of the return of A-Rod is also fairly slim, if the Yanks can figure out how to cut him
I received a letter from the New York Football Giants a few years back regarding the fact that they were building a new stadium and that my season tickets, which had been in my family for some 40 years, would no longer be valid.
The Hartford Courant The Courant headline across the top of the sports section read: "Johnny Taylor, Bulkeley Ace, Gives Up One Hit And Strikes Out 25"...On June 2, 1933, Taylor, pitching in his final high school game, set the Connecticut record for