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Game on, "Rachel from Cardholder Services," wherever you are. The Federal Trade Commission has announced it will award $50,000 to the person who comes up with the best technological solution to the problem of increasingly crafty robocallers who pepper...
DETROIT (AP) — Phil Coke stormed into Jim Leyland's office and sprayed the veteran manager with some of Detroit's celebratory bubbly. When Leyland tried to take cover in a bathroom, Coke chased him — a fitting scene involving an unsung...
FOX 17 SportsThe Tigers left the Big Apple with a big lead in the ALCS. The Tigers won Game Two of the ALCS over the New York Yankees 3-0 to take a commanding 2-0 series lead with the best-of-seven ALCS heading to Detroit for the next three games. Detroit took...
NEW YORK — Six years. Six long years. Six long, long years. That's how long Dave Dombrowski and Jim Leyland have been on the mission that drives them — to bring home a World Series title for Mike Ilitch, the 83-year-old owner who has kept...
NEW YORK -- In this postseason of dramatic comebacks and epic bullpen collapses, the New York Yankees and Detroit opened up the American League Championship Series with another October classic. After scoring four ninth-inning runs off Jose Valverde,...
Grin and bear it Bill Shaikin Los Angeles Times Give him a pay cut! They did, actually. His contract calls for his salary to drop from $29 million this year to $28 million next year. The issue is not that Rodriguez cannot play. He batted .272 with...
The Hartford Courant— Early Sunday, Derek Jeter broke his ankle near second base and he screamed in pain. Later Sunday, umpire Jeff Nelson broke open the game with a botched call at that base and New York screamed in disgust. But, oh man, the Yankees continue to break...
Tags: Lobbying, Joe Torre, Raul Ibanez, Joe Girardi, Jeff Nelson
NEW YORK — In the backs of their minds, the Yankees knew this day was coming. They've known it for a long time and viewed it with the kind of dread we normally reserve for old age, increased taxes and the occasional basement flood. Derek Jeter...
Down for the count Dom Amore Hartford Courant It's always dangerous to count the Yankees out — except right now. They're one blow from being out cold, and Justin Verlander is winding up for a haymaker. These Yankees are old, and one-dimensional....
The Baltimore SunNEW YORK – Whether the path of Nate McLouth's towering fly ball was interrupted by the right-field foul pole at Yankee Stadium will likely be discussed in Baltimore for years to come. But when it fell harmlessly into the second deck of seats as a...
For those who follow the Chicago White Sox on a daily basis, it could come as a major surprise that Gordon Beckham wasn't ranked among the top three defensive second basemen in a mid-season survey of American League managers conducted by Baseball America....
Tags: Trials, Arbitration, Ian Kinsler, Robin Ventura, Gordon Beckham
The Hartford CourantCC Sabathia stands nearly as tall and probably twice as wide as the Yankee Stadium right-field foul pole that Nate McLouth did or did not hit in the sixth inning of this early October night. At 6-7 and, oh, 290, pounds, Sabathia stands nearly as tall...
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