New York City public school teachers voted Tuesday to approve a new contract with the city.
Kyle Farnsworth hopes to get a chance to stick it to the Mets. The reliever was released after Wednesday’s game against the Yankees, just two days after closing out a Subway Series win.
“I am very bitter right now,” Farnsworth said.
The NBA’s first openly gay player had finished his second 10-day contract, which meant the Nets had to sign him for the remainder of the season if they wanted to keep him.
The plan was for the league to use Secaucus High School as a staging area. The town had a contract with the NFL for the arrangement, but the league backed out at the last minute.
Rex Ryan went from the hot seat to some job security. Well, at least through the next two seasons. “I’m glad to be a Jet. I’m happy to be a Jet. That’s never changed,” the coach said Thursday.
Union leaders at Stop & Shop stores were holding meetings with membership Sunday evening, as they discuss the possibility of a strike or work stoppage.
Girardi was reportedly interested in exploring the Chicago Cubs’ opening, but Yankees brass made it clear they wanted a speedy resolution.
Say it ain’t so, Joe! The Yankees manager “wants to formally explore the Cubs’ opening after weeks of back-channel feelers,” according to the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Yankees want Joe Girardi back — so they’d better work quickly. New York will have less than a month to hammer out a deal before the Chicago Cubs can make their move.
Woodson won’t head into this season as a lame-duck coach.
Does Girardi want to stay? Take a look at his answers during a long session with reporters Sunday morning and decide for yourself…
When the Mets make official Collins’ two-year extension today, they will have done the last right thing in a lost season that saw too many decisions and twists of fate go the wrong way.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Wednesday approved a nearly $2 billion contract for new cars on the Metro-North and Long Island Rail Road lines.
The club will have to pay DiPietro $1.5 million for each of the next 16 years — double the years left on his original 15-year pact with New York.
Blatche will return as a backup in the Brooklyn Nets’ soon-to-be upgraded frontcourt.