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Jeter has sex change in Yankees Facebook page hack

Nefarious beings get into certain Major League Baseball teams' Facebook pages, in one case declaring that the Yankees' Derek Jeter will return in 2013 as Minnie Mantlez.

By Aug. 2, 2012


Yankees ban iPad

The New York Yankees, unlike the TSA, decide that the iPad is a laptop and ban Apple's new machine from entering its hallowed ground.

By May. 23, 2010


Yankees' error leaks personal data on 21,000 fans

Unlike other recent data leaks that involved hacking, this one at the Major League Baseball team was due to human error.

By Apr. 28, 2011


iPad: Yankees say no, minors team says yes

Although the New York Yankees won't be allowing fans to bring their iPads to ballgames this year, one minor league team has decided to allow them at its ballpark.

By May. 28, 2010


Baseball robot will eventually sign with Yankees for $18 million per year

One of the challenges of this year's Robo-One bipedal robot competition was to have a robot play catch. As this video shows, robot King Kizer took that challenge to another level altogether.

By Sep. 25, 2007


White House on the Obama-Ortiz selfie: Ugh

President Obama's press secretary reveals that the White House objects to Samsung's use of a selfie taken by its sponsored slugger, Red Sox' David Ortiz.

By Apr. 3, 2014


Finally, an actual use for a selfie

TicketLeap is using technology to replace ticket QR codes with, guess what, your selfies. Say hello to the Selfie Ticket.

By Feb. 21, 2014


A-Rod and Twitter: A marriage made for divorce?

A recent convert to Twitter, the Yankees third baseman declared that his doctor said he was ready to play. Which persuaded his boss to tell him to "Shut the f*** up."

By Jun. 26, 2013


EA the worst company in America? Again?

Electronic Arts COO attempts to express understanding of why his company is again in the Final Four of the Consumerist's Worst Company awards. Is the company really so bad?

By Apr. 7, 2013


Telerobotics helps sick teen toss a baseball 1,800 miles

Stricken with a rare blood disease, 13-year-old Nick LeGrande threw out the first pitch before Wednesday's A's-Yankees game thanks to a telerobotic pitching machine.

By Jun. 12, 2013