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Mejia may legally challenge MLB for steroid ‘conspiracy'

Frank Franklin II/AP Jenrry Mejia is not leaving Major League Baseball without a fight. Surely the second coming of A-Rod vs. MLB couldn’t be at hand? Former Mets closer Jenrry Mejia, last month’s recipient of a lifetime doping ban, will ...

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Yankees Insider: Chapman grateful to be pitching through ban

TAMPA — Aroldis Chapman already has been through a lot this spring, getting acclimated to new surroundings, new teammates and a new pitching coach. Oh, there was also that 30-game suspension handed down by Major League Baseball that will keep ...

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Ex-Yankee Johnny Damon endorses Donald Trump for President

Bryan R. Smith Johnny Damon is a Donald Trump man. Johnny Damon spent New Year’s with Donald Trump, is good friends with the Donald’s children and spent a season on “The Apprentice,” Trump’s reality TV show. When this year’s general ...

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Reggie Jackson dishes some shade Donald Trump’s border plan

Kathy Willens/AP Reggie Jackson said he first met Donald Trump at Yankee Stadium more than 30 years ago and the two have maintained a friendship throughout the years. Slugger Reggie Jackson says Donald Trump needs to step out of the ...

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Former Yankee outfielder Paul O’Neill endorses Donald Trump

JOE SKIPPER/REUTERS Donald Trump hugs former New York Yankees star Paul O’Neill (r) before a speech in Jupiter, Fla. on Tuesday. This endorsement really came out of right field. Former Yankee star Paul O’Neill endorsed Donald Trump on Tuesday at ...

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Yankees Insider: Joe Girardi says A-Rod could manage

Jeff Roberson/AP Yankees manager Joe Girardi dicusses how A-Rod may stay involved in baseball after he’s done playing. JUPITER, Fla. — With Barry Bonds back in the game as the Marlins’ hitting coach, an interesting question was posed to Joe ...

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Mets captain Wright believes he'll be ready for Opening Day

Jeff Roberson/AP David Wright is taking his time working his way back from injury. PORT ST. LUCIE — While there has been some growing private concern about David Wright’s slow progress this spring, the Mets captain is not worried. He ...

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Lucas Duda says World Series error won't define his career

PORT ST. LUCIE — Lucas Duda knew it was a moment that could define his career. The shy Mets first baseman cringed at the thought and then did the best he could to move on. Minutes after the Mets lost ...

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MLB starts initiative to reach out to LGBT-owned businesses

Howard Simmons/New York Daily News Two years after appointing openly-gay former player Billy Bean as its Ambassador for Inclusion, MLB forms a partnership with the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce. Homophobia undoubtedly still lurks in Major League Baseball ...

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Pineda, Severino coming along nicely at spring training

Butch Dill/USA Today Sports So far, so good for Michael Pineda at Yankees spring training. TAMPA – Five innings in an exhibition game don’t mean much in the grand scheme of things, but they were enough give Joe Girardi great ...

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