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Any fan who doesn’t want him back should hang up their Jets jersey right now. You’re either insane or jealous. Or both.
“That’s why we have him,” manager Terry Collins said. “He’ll be the guy. … Dillon’s won a lot of games in the big leagues and he’s going to have to step up and fill some big shoes, but he can handle it.”
The New York Cosmos were a global sensation back in the day. It’s only fitting, as part of their ongoing reincarnation as a soccer power, that they get the ball rolling in Havana.
This is where “Magic Mike” can earn his way into Jets lore. If he succeeds, and in a few years the Jets take off for lands not seen in many decades, then I’ll believe anything is possible.
Sometimes, the moves a GM chooses not to make turn into his most important during the season. Then again, it could also cause the whole season to blow up in his face.
New York City has finally gotten its own Major League Soccer team, New York City FC, which began its home opener Sunday against the New England Revolution at Yankee Stadium at 5 p.m.
This Sunday, I’ll walk through the press gate, take the elevator to press row and mark my spot in the radio booth at my favorite place in the world.
He’s not as sexy as Revis, for sure. But sometimes the smaller offseason moves can affect a unit as profoundly as the big ones.
The Yankees insist there’s nothing behind the curious omission of Alex Rodriguez’s first home run since 2013 on their Twitter page. But fans have taken notice.
Last season’s unexpected surge to the Stanley Cup Final was not a fluke. It was practice.
By now you’ve probably heard that Chris Capuano – a 36-year-old left-hander and the Yankees’ projected fifth starter – left his exhibition start in the first inning Wednesday with a right quadriceps strain.
The real bottom line is this: Even with Darrelle Revis, how much better do you think the Jets got this offseason?
Names alone don’t win games, and the ones Joe Girardi will write on the lineup card are mostly old, some recovering, others waiting for the injury shoe to drop and ruin their seasons.
Are you ready for the debut of MLS soccer on The FAN? For the uninitiated, listening to a sport they are unfamiliar with can make it difficult to follow the action.
With Harvin’s salary off the books, new general manager Mike Maccagnan will have even more room to upgrade a team that finished a disappointing 4-12 in 2014.
New York Islanders photos of the week.