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It’s safe to say Derek Jeter is happy with his decision to retire from baseball.
With the series opener upon us, here are the keys to what should be a highly charged, emotional series.
It was a brutal season for the Knicks. But if — for some reason — you want to relive it, you’re in luck.
The Nets may have snuck into the postseason. But hey, they’re in. And anyone in has a chance to win.
For whatever cosmic reasons, the Nets will be competing in games with even more meaning. I was wrong about whether they would get there. That won’t stop me from putting on my soothsayer hat again.
In the next few months, all sorts of stories like the Monroe thing are going to show up in the papers. Ignore them.
Fans and players across the country are paying tribute to the legacy of Jackie Robinson. And high above Earth, Terry Virts is joining them in his own unique way.
“Bald Vinny” Milano says he has no problem with Mets fans doing roll call during Monday’s home opener at Citi Field — even if it is a Yankees thing.
Chris Mullin has a message for the best basketball players in New York City: stay and ride the Red Storm to stardom.
This isn’t the worst thing to ever happen at Citi Field. But it’s a great example of how not to act at a ballgame.
Watching the Knicks this season has been tantamount to corporal punishment. But all the pain and torture was supposed to yield at least a good chance of a happy ending.
Die-hard Mets fans showed up at Citi Field around 9 a.m., four hours before Monday’s game against the Phillies.
If you believe the Jets, the new brain trust will take a good, hard look at the best player available at No. 6. Then again, they could select the best player, period.
John Schweibacher’s little-known facts, odd stats and strange records: home opener edition.
The only thing consistent about this team has been their inconsistency. Here’s one thing you can count on, though: On Wednesday, the Nets will be counted out.
New York Islanders photos of the week.