Dominican Jeter? How the career paths of Fernando Tates Jr. and Captain Intersect

3:46 p.m. ET Eric GomezMexico writer Before Fernando Tates Jr.. He achieved major league stardom and became one of the faces of baseball, another one in his teenage years from the Dominican Republic – albeit with major league pedigree. Before signing his first deal with the Chicago White Sox, Tatis impressed Marco Badi, the club’s … Read more

Angels missed their best chance to trade with Shohei Ohtani

The Undisputed Angels have done well to trade with Noah Sendergaard and Raziel Iglesias, but reality is on the cusp of a hit: their chances of keeping Shohei Ohtani long-term look slim. The word is Ohtani – after a second consecutive season of MVP – will Definitely striving to become the first player to be … Read more

Bullpup Yankees’ issues run deeper than Albert Abreu’s collapse

SEATTLE – Albert Abreu isn’t the only Yankees member who’s having a rough time. He was the focal point after giving up the green light, Homer from two rounds to Carlos Santana Fe The Yankees lost 4-3 to the Mariners Wednesday afternoon at T-Mobile Park, but the team’s intimidating stylus took a few hits and … Read more

Bullpup Yankees’ issues run deeper than Albert Abreu’s collapse

Seattle – Albert Abreu isn’t the only Yankees member who’s having a hard time. He was the focal point after giving up the green light, Homer from two rounds to Carlos Santana Fe The Yankees lost 4-3 to the Mariners Wednesday afternoon at T-Mobile Park, but the team’s intimidating stylus took a few hits and … Read more

Go the Distance: The Cubs and Reds play at ‘Field of Dreams’ in Iowa

Dyersville, Iowa (AP) – David Bell’s grandfather, father, and brother played in the major leagues. Bell spent 12 years in the majors himself and worked as a coach and front office CEO before taking over as manager of the Cincinnati Reds. So yeah, ‘Field of DreamsA movie about family and baseball, it hits a little … Read more

Josh Donaldson and Jameson Tellon lift the Yankees over the Mariners

SEATTLE — After a miserable few days in St. Louis, the Yankees returned to victory on Monday, clinching their season-high five-game losing streak with a 9-4 win over the Mariners at T-Mobile Park. But it came at a cost, like Matt Carpenter suffered a broken left foot The first half could be lost for the … Read more

Matt Carpenter fractured his left foot due to a foul ball amid the renewed season with the New York Yankees

1:05 a.m. ET Marley RiveraESPN writer Close Marley Rivera is a staff writer at ESPNdeportes.com and ESPN.com. Seattle – Matt CarpenterThe dream comeback season with the New York Yankees may have come to an end as early as Monday night. Carpenter, 36, broke his left foot when he missed an 89-mph slide from the start … Read more

New York Yankees come out of the slump in 5 games after manager Aaron Boone holds a team meeting

11:59 PM ET Marley RiveraESPN writer Close Marley Rivera is a staff writer at ESPNdeportes.com and ESPN.com. SEATTLE — A five-game losing streak to the season’s top has pushed New York Yankees Aaron Boone to assemble his visiting club players at T-Mobile Park to remind them of who they are: the team that spent the … Read more

MLB: Ouch! Scary moment The home plate referee crashed into the helmet by a 99mph fastball

Ouch! Scary moment, a Yankees-Cardinals home plate referee gets smashed in the helmet by a fast 99 mph ball… and catcher Yadir Molino must lift it while he recovers MLB referee Ed Hickox was hit hard in the helmet by a baseball The 99 mph of Cardinals’ bowler Ryan Hensley bounced back to 60 Hickox … Read more

Yankees fans were angry at the horrific day of Referee Ed Hickox behind the board

If you need any indication as to why Major League Baseball is testing an automated strike zone in the minor leagues, just check out what happened during Sunday’s game between the Yankees and the Cardinals. Ed Hickox has served as an MLB referee since 1990. Despite his 32 years of experience, he is among the … Read more