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  • A-Rod In The 3,000-Hit Club? It Takes All Kinds

    A-Rod In The 3,000-Hit Club? It Takes All Kinds
    Yankees' designated hitter Alex Rodriguez recorded his 3,000th hit with a first-inning home run off Justin Verlander on Friday. He's the third player to reach the milestone via a home run (Wade Boggs and Derek Jeter) and he's the 29th overall to reach the...
  • A-Rod homers for 3,000th hit; 29th player to reach milestone

    Alex Rodriguez homered for his 3,000th career hit and smiled all the way around the bases Friday night, the highlight so far in what's become a resurgent season for the disgraced slugger. The New York Yankees star wasted no time, connecting in the...
  • East Hartford Fan, 92, Joins Yankees' Old-Timers

     East Hartford Fan, 92, Joins Yankees' Old-Timers
    NEW YORK — When David Vogel first came to watch the Yankees play, he was nearly 500 feet from home plate. It was from out in the distant bleachers in the original Yankee Stadium that Vogel saw Joe DiMaggio play as a rookie in 1936 and listened as...
  • A-Rod Homers For 3,000th Hit, Yankees Beat Tigers 7-2

    A-Rod Homers For 3,000th Hit, Yankees Beat Tigers 7-2
    NEW YORK (AP) — After everything he's encountered, Alex Rodriguez broke into a big smile — all the way around the bases. Rodriguez homered for his 3,000th career hit and the New York Yankees beat Detroit 7-2 Friday night, the highlight so...
  • Alex Rodriguez homers for 3,000th career hit

    Alex Rodriguez homers for 3,000th career hit
    Alex Rodriguez homered for his 3,000th career hit and smiled all the way around the bases Friday night, the highlight so far in what's become a resurgent season for the formerly disgraced slugger. The New York Yankees star wasted no time, connecting...
  • On The Fly: Yankees Will Honor East Hartford's David Vogel

    On The Fly: Yankees Will Honor East Hartford's David Vogel
    Old-Timers' Day is Saturday at Yankee Stadium (4 p.m., YES). Willie Randolph, who played second base for the Yankees during their run in the '70s that produced back-to-back World Series titles in 1977 and 1978, is getting a Monument Park plaque. An Old-...
  • LEADING OFF: A-Rod chases 3,000 hits; 40-somethings on mound

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ CLOSING IN Alex Rodriguez needs three hits to become the 29th player to reach 3,000 when the New York Yankees face Mat Latos and the visiting Miami Marlins. Latos struck out a season-...
  • Pujols' 538th HR helps Wilson, Angels beat A's 1-0

    A first-inning home run by Albert Pujols and two scoreless innings from the back of the Los Angeles Angels' bullpen amounted to all the support C.J. Wilson needed to get one of his most satisfying victories of the season. Wilson pitched seven innings...
  • Nearing 3,000 hits, Rodriguez comes to his hometown of Miami

    Alex Rodriguez is bringing his pursuit of the 3,000-hit milestone to his hometown, where it may be put on hold. The New York Yankees begin a two-game series Monday in Miami, and the attendance-challenged Marlins expect more than 30,000 fans for both...
  • 8 Royals on track to start at All-Star Game

    Eight players from the AL champion Kansas City Royals are now on track to start at the July 14 All-Star game in Cincinnati, with Omar Infante overtaking Houston's Jose Altuve at second base. Catcher Salvador Perez, first baseman Eric Hosmer, shortstop...
  • Cody Geyer named to represent Cougars in Midwest League All-Star Game

    Cody Geyer named to represent Cougars in Midwest League All-Star Game
    That relief pitcher Cody Geyer will represent the Cougars in next week's Midwest League All-Star Game is no surprise. It's a given considering his 1.37 ERA, but if you asked Geyer in 2010 how his baseball career would eventually play out, there's no way...