New York Yankees

Change of heart follows a weekend of golf and after two Yankees players knelt during the national anthem at a stadium in Washington.
In a new series of posts covering Major League Baseball, we'll look at the best bits of the past week's action from across the pond. Here's some of what's happened in MLB over the past seven days...
It might not seem like it now but in around a month's time Manchester City supporters will look at this season as a positive campaign and with Pellegrini crucially now more aware of the dangers of having a rigid idea in mind of trying to outplay every team in the Premier League there will be yet more improvements next season.
Manchester City's players are the best paid sportsmen in the world, with their first-teamers earning an average £5.3m a year
In the event that Rodriguez is ordered to serve his ban, despite Cashman's assurance of his pivotal role in the organisation, it's hard to imagine the Yankees losing much sleep over it.
In every popular sport in the world, there are heroes and villains. Those the crowd love and those they hate. Typically, the athletes or teams the spectator takes a disliking to share one trait; success...
The unique position sports teams hold in a community is well established, but their role in that community has undergone something of a transformation in recent years.
New York Yankees star Alex Rodriguez acknowledged he was facing the "toughest fight" of his life after confirming he will
Cristiano Ronaldo embraced American sport during Real Madrid's pre-season schedule in Los Angeles, as he threw out the ceremonial
Can Mercedes buy the championship? If so, isn't there a Resource Restriction Agreement that the teams have between them to limit the overall cost of participating in Formula One with headcount restrictions etc?
In America sport is a social occasion, not a life-and-death embodiment of their hopes and desires. When was the last time you had actual, tangible fun at a football match in England?
When a foul ball flies into the crowds at a baseball game, it's an unwritten rule that the nearest young person gets it, right