On Opening Day, Yankees Fans Return To Struggling Area Businesses Including Historic Yankee Tavern

As was the case in many neighborhoods throughout New York City, the businesses around Yankee Stadium suffered devastating financial losses over the past year due to pandemic-related restrictions. What makes most of these storefronts, saloons and street vendors different, however, is their heavy dependence on the baseball fans that flood the area each time the Yankees play a home game.

Yankees Top Prospect Jasson Dominguez Hasn’t Had A Pro At-Bat, But His Baseball Cards Are Skyrocketing

Jasson Dominguez has rocketed toward the top of baseball’s prospect rankings since signing as an international free agent in July 2019, a deal that featured a $5.1 million bonus courtesy of his favorite childhood team. The cardboard versions of the Yankees’ prized phenom have also catapulted up the sales charts at a record pace, causing a frenzied run on the handful of trading card sets that have featured the 18-year-old in the neophyte stage of his career.

Rays' 2-way player McKay to have season-ending surgery

NEW YORK (AP) — Tampa Bay Rays two-way rookie Brendan McKay will have season-ending surgery on his left throwing shoulder Wednesday. The 24-year-old McKay tested positive for the coronavirus in early July and missed most of the club’s preseason camp. He was cleared to resume activities July 31 and reported to the club’s alternate site, but then experienced stiffness in his pitching shoulder and was shut down last week.

Players React To Astros’ Sign-Stealing Sanctions, AJ Hinch, Alex Cora And Carlos Beltran

January tends to be baseball’s slowest month. The Winter Meetings are over, the holidays have passed us by, and players and club personnel are quietly gearing up for spring training. Sure, there are still free agents to be signed and potential trades to be made, but for the most part it’s a time where headline stories are few and far between. Not this year, thanks to a series of shocking events that commenced on a Monday so manic it would have rendered Susanna Hoffs speechless.
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