Washington National's bat out of hell Bryce Harper on track to have best season by teenager in a century
Sometimes unique items aren't worth what we think, discovers Phil Boucher
Yankees slugger, and all-round nice guy, reaches rare milestone to confirm him as one of the all-time greats
Spanish giants Barcelona and Real Madrid have overtaken baseball team New York Yankees as the best paid team in sport.
Ticker-tape parade awaits unlikely champions as the City by the Bay emerges from the baseball shadows
San Francisco's rag-tag bunch, led by star pitcher Tim Lincecum, have high hopes as they play Texas in world series
Henry's team looking to increase revenues by being both smart and efficient rather than spendthrift
Premier League chairmen last night called for a debt cap to prevent clubs sliding into the distinct, but related problems suffered by Liverpool and Portsmouth.
George Steinbrenner, the long-time owner of the New York Yankees, has died at the age of 80 following a heart attack.
The English think they're playing a second-tier side on Saturday – but the 'Yanks' and their fans will surprise you, insists US sports writer Stefan Fatsis
Born poor in the South Bronx, Goldman Sachs' CEO is the richest banker in Wall St. But fraud charges against the firm could undo him.
Survey shows baseball team lead Real Madrid in international pay league
Hideki Matsui called it "the best moment of my life" and Alex Rodriguez savoured a joyous end to a year which began badly for him as the New York Yankees won the World Series.
Longtime adversaries Andy Pettitte and Pedro Martinez will turn back the clock for a World Series pitching duel in today's Game Six between the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies.
Chase Utley hit two home runs to raise his baseball world series total to a record-tying five as Philadelphia beat the New York Yankees 8-6 today to set up a game six for the first time since 2003.
The first World Series game played at the new Yankee Stadium was turned into a sombre affair by Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee. The left-hander gave the crowd of 50,207 little to cheer about while leading the 2008 World Series champions to a 6-1 victory over the New York Yankees in the first game of the 2009 Fall Classic on Wednesday.