The pine tar debate is raging after Michael Pineda's ejection. The answer? Let pitchers use it.
After yet another pine tar incident, Michael Pineda and the Yankees should be doubly embarrassed.
Albert Pujols became the 26th member of the 500 home run club, but No. 27 could be many years away.
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Derek Jeter is retiring this season after two decades as the Yankees shortstop, and I can make an easier prediction about him than I can about who is going to win the World Series: Derek is going to have a nice season. As a player, I benefited many times from the popular vote for the All-Star Game, and the question is: Are you an All-Star in that particular year, or are you an All-Star caliber pla