Corey Kluber threw 20 pitches — all fastballs — in the bullpen session before the Yankees’ 6-2 loss to the Red Sox Friday night at Fenway Park.
“He’s a wrecking machine,’’ the Yankees manager Aaron Boone said of Nelson Cruz whom the Rays acquired (along with a minor leaguer) in exchange for a pair of prospects.
What used to be strictly a baseball training center has unofficially become “Giants South.”
Jeff McNeil wasn’t in the Mets’ starting lineup Friday night, and it had nothing to do with Toronto starting a left-hander on the mound. The Mets’ second baseman, carrying an 11-game hitting streak, is dealing with “left leg fatigue,” manager Luis Rojas said before the Mets blanked the Blue Jays, 3-0, at Citi Field. Rojas
The Rangers placed Tony DeAngelo on unconditional waivers Friday for the purpose of buying out the final year of his contract, officially bringing the exiled defenseman’s turbulent four-year tenure in New York to an end.
The Montreal Canadiens stunned the rest of the NHL on Friday night by taking Logan Mailloux with the second-to-last pick in the first round of the draft. Mailloux, who was criminally convicted in Sweden last year for sharing an explicit photo of a woman performing a sex act without her consent, asked teams not to
A senior FBI official violated the bureau's policy by failing to report a romantic relationship with a subordinate in a timely manner and by taking part in a personnel decision involving her paramour, the Justice Department's inspector general found this week.
Right off the top, let’s stipulate that the optics of trading your first-line right winger for a bottom-six guy and a second-round draft pick is not going to make for an easy sell. It’s just not, regardless of the mitigating factors surrounding it. So the Rangers’ Chris Drury will take heat for his first player-for-player
BOSTON — The Yankees led with their ace on the mound, and you would’ve bet your house on a defeat. You know this team too well. Gerrit Cole indeed lost on Friday night, 6-2 to the Red Sox at Fenway Park, and you don’t pin much blame at all on the $301.3 million man, not
Biden was about two minutes into his remarks at an Arlington rally for Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe when a group began yelling “Stop Line 3!”
David Buckley, who allegedly opened a "retaliatory investigation" against a CIA Office of the Inspector General special agent, was named to the House select committee investigating January's riot at the US Capitol.