And all it took was $180 million.
$37 million man Francisco Rodriguez will be sharing closing duties with J.J. Putz for some reason.
Hal's on a list of the most influential people in sports business, and Hank's not.
Cole Hamels calls out the Mets, and MSG commentators call out a wuss hockey player, in this week's look at the local sporting press.
The Yankees needed to pull out all the stops to get Sabathia, and apparently they have. This is what new stadiums and cable channels are for.
The Mets have their closer, at three years and $37 million.
Would CC Sabathia sign with the Yankees, knowing that his pal LeBron could very well sign with the Knicks?
Plus: Sports execs discover the Internet, in this week’s look at the sporting press.
Prince Hal wins! The cool and calculating younger son seizes control of the Yankees from his blustering brother Hank!
Pedro no longer has any symbolic value to the Mets. But did he ever?
His performance last season would normally get him marched out of town, preferably trailed by pitchforks and torches.
We're not sure he knows what the word 'exhausting' means.
Yes, that Lenny Dykstra.
Philly's got its first title in 25 years. But depending on your allegiances, New York's teams haven't exactly been having a great quarter-century, either.
After Joba's drunk-driving arrest and subsequent apology, Steinbrenner stands behind him and calls the young pitcher ‘family.’
As if watching the Phillies win the pennant wasn't traumatic enough.
Partisans may make something out of this, but the audience just wanted to watch their game in peace.
Bidding’s up to $1,420, or roughly what AIG itself is worth these days.