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  • Joe Torre's journey from Brooklyn to Cooperstown
    He comes from Marine Park, Brooklyn, where his family lived in a two-story brick house at the corner of Ave. T and 34th St. Joseph Paul Torre was once a pudgy hitting star at St. Francis Prep, back on its old Brooklyn campus, yet a shy, “candy-ass kid, until becoming a catcher toughened him up,” as his older brother Frank puts it.

  • Madden: Baseball Hall of Fame welcomes huge class of living legends
    From drought to deluge, famine to feast. A year after a sparsely attended ceremony for three long-deceased Veterans Committee electees, the Hall of Fame will celebrate one of its grandest, most prolific inductions ever Sunday.

  • Baseball Hall of Fame cuts eligibility to ten years
    Hall of Fame voters who are willing to wait and re-evaluate suspected players from the so-called “Steroid Era” won’t have as much time after the museum Saturday announced changes to the voting process.

  • Mets rally in ninth inning against former teammate K-Rod to best Brewers, 3-2
    The Mets were glad to see former teammate Francisco Rodriguez before Friday’s game at Miller Park, Just not as happy as they were to see him in the game later that night. The Mets scored three runs off the Brewers closer, including a two-run homer by Lucas Duda to rally for a 3-2 comeback win. It was just the fifth time this season the Mets have won a game when trailing after eight innings.

  • Ichiro Suzuki goes deep with three-run blast to help Yankees top Blue Jays, 6-4
    The Yankees might not own a potent lineup or a healthy starting rotation but they do own Mark Buehrle and the Blue Jays. Behind Ichiro Suzuki’s first home run in nearly a year, the Bombers came from behind to beat Toronto, 6-4, at the Stadium Friday night — their 17th straight home win over their AL East rivals.

  • Yankees Insider: Rotation turns Chris Capuano’s way
    Joe Girardi announced Friday that Chris Capuano will get the start on Saturday afternoon when the Bombers face the Blue Jays. The Yankees acquired the veteran lefthander from Colorado on Thursday for cash considerations.

  • Tony La Russa says to put steroid cheats in Baseball Hall of Fame — with asterisks
    Maybe the juicers can have their very own wing in Cooperstown.On the eve of Tony La Russa’s induction into baseball’s Hall of Fame, the legendary manager says he hopes to someday be joined there by the “poster boys” of the Steroid Era — including Barry Bonds, Roger Clemens and Mark McGwire.

  • Mets Insider: Daisuke Matsuzaka returns to New York to get ailing elbow examined
    Daisuke Matsuzaka took his own advice.Just days after saying he hoped fellow countryman Masahiro Tanaka would be careful and not pitch through elbow pain, Matsuzaka is heading back to New York to have his elbow examined by team doctors.

  • Lifelong Yankees fan, NYPD veteran lunches with Derek Jeter
    There are the ladies who lunch in Manhattan, and then there is the guy who lunches with Derek Jeter. A self-professed, lifelong Yankee fan, New York City police officer Chris Moroni lived out every sports fan’s ultimate dream Friday – taking his son, father and brother to meet The Captain for lunch, taking a tour of Yankee Stadium, and the four watching the Bombers play the Blue Jays from Jeter’s private suite.

  • Ex-Yankee Chuck Knoblauch arrested for allegedly assaulting his ex-wife
    Former Yankees second baseman Chuck Knoblauch was arrested Wednesday night in Houston after allegedly assaulting his ex-wife, Cheri.

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