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Baseball Joins the 3-D TV Ranks This Weekend

If you're the type who thinks baseball is boring, just you wait for this weekend's match-ups (July 10th and 11th) between the Yankees and the Mariners on DirecTV. The games will be carried, by YES in the Northeast and FSN in the Northwest, in brilliant, magical, life-altering 3-D! Of course, you'll need one of those expensive 3-D TVs, and enough 3-D glasses to pass around to the entire family,...

Cell Phone-Chatting Man Catches a Yankee Baseball... With His Face

Here's evidence that you don't have to be speeding down a road in order to be severely injured by talking on your cell phone. This Yanks fan should just count himself lucky that this swing was a ground-rule double, and not a home run blast from A-Rod. Check out the video after the break to see why talking and balling is a dangerous, er, sport. [From: Deadspin]...

Yankees Ban iPad From Stadium Because It's a 'Laptop'

Share Few teams in professional sports history are as universally loathed as the New York Yankees. And with 27 World Series titles and a payroll that makes any mid-market franchise look like a farm team, it's easy to understand why. No matter what the Bronx Bombers do, they'll always face a healthy contingent of fans who despise them simply because of the pinstripes on their uniforms. Now,...

Last-Place Yankees TXT-ing Clemens

As The Yankees -- baseball's usual juggernaut of power and finesse -- spiral into last place, the players are turning to their cell phones and text messaging to try to get some help. According to an ESPN sideline reporter, Yankees Slugger Jason Giambi has been bombarding power pitcher Roger Clemens with text messages, begging him to come back to the Yankees for a bail-out. Clemens has done this...