Team's president says his Lab is "like Derek Jeter."
After a disappointing season in which he was benched in the playoffs, Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez reportedly will have hip surgery.
New York's fill-in closer elected to hit the open market while New York awaits a decision from its 42-year-old closer.
Despite Alex Rodriguez's forgettable postseason, Yankees manager Joe Girardi expects him back with the team next season.
The Tigers swiftly swept the Yankees out of the playoffs and into an offseason full of question marks.
Alex Rodriguez hasn't been doing much for the New York Yankees, other than gathering headlines for failing to perform, in the playoffs.
The Yankees hope their veteran shortstop and captain will be back on the field for spring training.
The New York Yankees are one loss away from being swept out of the American League Championship Series, and their highest-paid player is watching it all unfold from the dugout. Alex Rodriguez is hitting .130 in the postseason, a level of ineptitude at the plate that landed him on the bench for Detroit’s 2-1 victory […]
The Yankees' captain is done for the season with a broken ankle and they could soon be done, too.
With Derek Jeter out, Yankees look for a way, as Joe Girardi puts it, "to get it done" in the ALCS.