It might be worth it for the Wilpons to bite hard on that wad of cash, embrace the pain and lock in a catalyst like Cespedes for the next five years.
One can only hope Saturday night’s game reaches some representative level of excitement, if only to counteract the abject dullness this week at training camp.
Girardi should make that decision now. It’s what is best for both the Yanks and Sabathia.
Whether the Yankees make the playoffs or not, something good will have come out of this season. And we’re not talking about A-Rod and his semi-inspirational return from steroid jail.
The Giants, apparently, haven’t decided that now is the time to put the seal on what should turn out to be a lucrative extension for Eli Manning. But don’t put all the blame on them.
When looking at the captain’s season, it’s not hard to see that Wright has just as good a chance of adding nothing than he has of becoming that added offensive spark all true playoff contenders need.
It’s happening again. Only one preseason game in, Giants fans must get the feeling they’re watching a Stephen King movie played on a perpetual loop.
The last, crowning glory to the Geno-Enemkpali drama won’t happen until the end of the season, when the Jets finally unburden themselves of a QB who lacks the skills, maturity or respect to last in the NFL.
Todd Bowles laid down the law Monday. But by Tuesday morning, the discipline he has tried to instill on the Jets’ practice field outside vaporized inside the locker room.
The truly great ones continue to leave us one by one, taking away one living link after another to the old days.
The real story of Saturday’s Hambletonian at the Meadowlands Racetrack will unfold over the two elimination heats and final.
Dealing with such diverse emotions can be a challenge, but it’s certainly doable, especially with a team that hasn’t experienced joy since ‘08.
Jets management, the guys who hoped Richardson would become part of the solution to 4-12 — and not the problem going forward — now knows he simply cannot be trusted.
Thursday’s court decision in Minnesota left Tom Brady vulnerable, just like the Pats will be if he loses his appeal. And the Jets should make it their business to take advantage of that.
Fans are easy. They forget. Or, more exactly, they don’t want to remember. Great stats and championships are the greatest causes of moral amnesia.