Former Yankees closer Mariano Rivera made a tantalizing — but not at all serious — offer to baseball Commissioner Bud Selig on Thursday: another farewell tour, this time in the NL.
Jay Horwitz strikes again! The Mets public relations chief — and social media funny guy — sparked yet another rumor with a tweet Thursday morning.
The Yankees great will receive the Commissioner’s Historic Achievement Award during an on-field ceremony Thursday night.
The Pittsburgh Penguins will look to even up the Eastern Conference Finals when they take the ice for Game 2 tonight against the Boston Bruins.
Pockets of empty seats at the Barclays Center. A healthy contingent of fans clad in the opponent’s colors. Was there supposed to be a playoff game in Brooklyn last night?
I know you’re feeling the anxiety during these games. It’s okay. That’s what you’re supposed to feel. It’s October baseball.
There is no little-brother syndrome facing the Devils in this round, so forgive New Jersey if takes a bit of time to develop some animosity toward the Kings.
Brodeur, a lifelong Devil, likes the cross-river rival Rangers about as much as you’d expect. This weekend we also learned he isn’t a big fan of New York City. But wait, there’s more.
The Rangers don’t like being all even after two games, but they sure are used to it.
Perhaps it was an innocent comment. But Devils goalie Martin Brodeur planted the head-hunting seed after Game 1.
Seriously, what’s next? Is the team bus going to roll over Carmelo Anthony’s foot? Maybe food poisoning for Baron Davis?
This much was certain: Amar’e Stoudemire’s hand was cut so severely that doctors and paramedics were summoned, drops of blood stained the carpet and a piece of glass in the door to a fire-extinguisher case needed to be replaced.
The biggest problem facing most fans Saturday was which game to watch. Well, the Knicks made the decision an easy one — flip to the Rangers.
I wouldn’t worry much about Dirk Nowitzki’s bad finger on his left hand. It shouldn’t affect his shooting much — but if it does the series is as good as over.
Whatever Manny Malhotra said to Raffi Torres before the third period of the Stanley Cup finals opener Wednesday night, the journeyman wing turned it into a dramatic game-winning goal for the Canucks — even if Torres waited until the very last minute to do it.