Posted Aug 13, 2012By
BOSTON (AP) — Adored by generations of Red Sox fans, Johnny Pesky was so much a part of Boston baseball that the right-field foul pole at Fenway Park was named for him. Pesky, who played, managed and served as a broadcaster for the Red Sox in a baseball career that lasted more than 60 years, died Monday. He was 92.
DETROIT (AP) — Rick Porcello pitched eight impressive innings to set a career high for victories, and the Detroit
The New York Yankees retired Joe Torre’s Number 6 on Saturday at Joe Torre day.
Helton retired from baseball at the end of last season — his 17th, appropriately — concluded a career that incl
DETROIT (AP) — Chris Young pitched six shutout innings and the Seattle Mariners beat Detroit 8-1 Sunday, winning
Rob Manfred was elected baseball’s 10th commissioner Thursday and will succeed Bud Selig in January. A labor lawy
Despite a good start from Justin Verlander, the Tigers couldn't come up with any offense, losing 5-1 to the Yankees