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The Bombers responded and the Amazin’s came back with a haymaker. But the knockout punch went to NY (AL) — er, the Yankees.
Considering the number of lopsided series in the first round, Monday’s Game 4 between the Nets and Hawks is a must-see event for all NBA fans.
It’s almost an exercise in risk management. It’s a short portfolio, and the key will lie in how Mike Maccagnan views Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota.
The 2015 Mets are the fourth major league team from New York or Brooklyn to record a 10-game (or longer) winning streak in April.
Wladimir Klitschko easily outpointed a game-but-outclassed Bryant Jennings in the champion’s return to the United States, defending his heavyweight titles with a unanimous decision Saturday n
The Mets are the talk of the town. But the Yankees could steal the back pages by denying the Amazin’s their franchise-record 12th straight win Friday night.
On Thursday night, after it was revealed that the 22-year-old would miss his start, he received some criticism on Twitter. He didn’t take it well, and responded.
Teams that are looking for upgrades in the wide receiver department are looking to the draft instead of free agency.
The Islanders made a statement on Thursday night. In fact, they made such a big statement, that most of their fourth line spent a good part of the game serving penalty time.
You may not always agree with Mike Francesa, but the baritone bard of New York City sports is spot-on about one thing: the Subway Series was planned by a blind man.
The annual Mets-Yankees showdown has had its share of memorable moments. These are the best of the best.
Rampone will be making her fifth World Cup appearance. Only eight other soccer athletes, male or female, can make that claim.
“No question,” the 30-year-old told Newsday. “We’ve got the skill set to do that. We showed flashes last year, but they were obviously being overshadowed by what we didn’t do so well.”
Call him “Big-Game Brass.” Like clockwork, Rangers center Derick Brassard has emerged — again — as a go-to guy in the playoffs.