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The Yankees — thanks to late owner George Steinbrenner — are stepping up to the plate for the family of Rafael Ramos, one of two NYPD officers murdered during an ambush in Brooklyn.
Our sports teams here in New York weren’t all that good this past year — except for the Rangers (and, OK, now the Islanders). Still, we found reasons — both good and bad — to keep tuning in.
Ten seconds later, MSG’s public address announcer introduced the color guard for the national anthem — four members of the NYPD, who walked onto the ice to a rousing ovation.
Let’s be honest, there’s not much of a market for an oft-injured, overpriced and underperforming 30-year-old point guard. So my advice to Brooklyn: get what you can now.
The question is, can fireballer Nathan Eovaldi take the next step, a la Nolan Ryan? If he does, then Brian Cashman will look like a true genius.
He kept the hat on in the tunnel before introductions and held it over his heart during the national anthem. The Jets also held a moment of silence.
Though the discussions have been ongoing, the sides aren’t close to completing a deal, according to CBS’ Jon Heyman.
Sir Charles, the Knicks’ biggest critic, has a tip for the team’s president: step away from the keyboard.
For anyone still holding out hope for free-agent ace pitcher Max Scherzer, well, keep dreaming.
The scoreboard Sunday may say that it is time, finally, for the Jets coach to admit his arch-rival truly got the better of him. If he didn’t kiss anything before, he might as well now. And we’re not talking about rings.
New York City Football Club already had its flagship radio station locked up. Now it has a home on television, too.
Picture this: Small planes carrying banners circling the workplaces of each of those involved in the “Fire John Idzik” campaign, stating their personal failures.
WFAN’s Craig Carton says yes. His radio co-host, Boomer Esiason, isn’t so hot on the idea: “You can’t make this happen.”
Try as they may, try as they might, Met fans can’t seem to convince their team to be gung-ho on Jung-Ho.
Nash means business. So do the Rangers. It’s been a truly amazing return to form for No. 61.
New York Islanders photos of the week.