Seriously, what’s next? Is the team bus going to roll over Carmelo Anthony’s foot? Maybe food poisoning for Baron Davis?
The Rangers — and their fans — got a good look at the future Monday night.
Daniel Alfredsson has confirmed he sustained a concussion in Game 2 of Ottawa’s playoff series with New York when Rangers forward Carl Hagelin elbowed him in the head.
CC Sabathia’s wild — or was it? — night has the Yankees on the brink of elimination.
Here we go again: CC Sabathia vs. Justin Verlander. Take two.
Carmelo Anthony put on a clinic Tuesday night against the Celtics. Problem is, the Knicks lost. “There’s no way I can do it by myself,” Anthony said on Thursday.
The Knicks need to show us that they care as much as we do, that the desolate days of Isiah Thomas are over, that Carmelo didn’t just bring star power, but also firepower, that beyond the red carpet glitter is a blue-collar grit shared by the men and women who can’t afford courtside seats.
It may have been the home crowd at MSG. It may have been the possibility of being swept creeping around in their minds. Whatever it was, the Rangers came out in Game 3 and played their style of hockey.
Game 3 earned the second-lowest television rating for a World Series game. The rating was down 26 percent from the 9.1 for Game 3 of last season’s Yankees-Phillies World Series.
New York’s decision to start Phil Hughes instead of Andy Pettitte in Game 2 of the ALCS left many Yankees fans scratching their heads. Now we may know why the October veteran was held until Game 3.
Matt Cain pitched seven impressive innings and outdueled 2008 World Series MVP Cole Hamels for his first postseason win, and the Giants beat the Phillies 3-0 on Tuesday for a 2-1 lead in the NL championship series.
Texas Rangers’ left-handed hurler Cliff Lee was straight dealin’ last night in the Bronx as the Yankees took one on the chin and now trail the Rangers two games to one in the ALCS.
Once again, the pitching matchup is drawing most of the Game 3 pregame attention: Cole Hamels vs. Matt Cain.
Josh Hamilton received no cheers for this home run at Yankee Stadium.
The Yankees held a moment of silence for Freddy “Sez” Schuman before Game 3 of the ALCS against Texas, as fans chanted “Fred-dy! Fred-dy!”