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In Ray Rice’s hometown of New Rochelle in Westchester County, controversy has erupted over whether the local high school did the right thing by taking down Rice’s Baltimore Ravens jersey.
“The bottom line, to just keep it simple, is we’ve just got to win games,” said Yankees general manager Brian Cashman. Picking up two on Friday would be a nice start.
As far as anyone knows, Mets brass have yet to consider the possibility. But here it is, anyway. Unloading David Wright in the offseason, once unthinkable, might not be a bad idea.
For this latest Throwback Thursday, we’re going back to when Sour Shoes, aka Mike in Mahopac, made the trip to the WFAN studios to do his thing. And what a thing it was.
The superintendent of the City School District of New Rochelle says that though Rice’s actions are condemnable, his hometown can “hope for healing and growth for him, his family and our community.”
“I am so sick and tired of Eli Manning,” the fan, identified as John Sherman, said in a 32-second video uploaded to YouTube. “He sucks!”
“He’s embarrassed,” Craig Carton said Wednesday. “He recognizes that this has now stained who he is as a man. … And he is dedicated to righting that wrong.”
Justice found Ray Rice Monday. The hypocrisy of professional sports will eventually save him, for nobody is ever gone for long in the play-for-pay game.
Mets third baseman David Wright is out for the remainder of the season, after undergoing an MRI showing persistent inflammation in his left rotator cuff.
Former Baltimore star Ray Rice has broken his silence, saying he’s trying to “be strong” for his wife after the release of a shocking video resulted in his termination by the Ravens.
Now that we know exactly what happened between Ray Rice and Janay Palmer, the question has to be asked: how could the NFL have been oblivious to a key piece of evidence?
Many believed it was a matter of when — not if — someone would leak additional footage of the Ray Rice elevator incident. They were right. And now it has cost the star running back his job.
The Patriots being all alone in last place means absolutely nothing as far as the rest of the season is concerned. In terms of comedic value, however, it’s fantastic.
If the Giants are going to run the ball, they’ll have to make sure to neutralize one of the most dominant interior defensive linemen in the league: Ndamukong Suh.
If you saw the conga line of luminaries honoring Derek Jeter at Yankee Stadium on Sunday, you realize his deeds reached way west of the Hudson.
New York Islanders photos of the week.