Keidel: Richardson Has A Long Way To Go To Be The Man Marshall IsBefore Sheldon Richardson talks about contract years, he needs to be dominant every Sunday. And a decent citizen on Monday. Or just be like Brandon Marshall.
Keidel: Yankees Need Tanaka To Get On Track Sooner Rather Than LaterIf you told the Yankees or their fans that Masahiro Tanaka would be the worst pitcher on their starting staff, then you'd assume the Bombers would be plunging down the rungs of relevance, buried below the AL East.
Keidel: Is Lonzo Ball Just A New Kid Or The Next Kidd?The hype surrounding the UCLA star has reached soaring heights. Will he live up to it in the NBA?
Keidel: Jets Clearly Didn't Learn Lesson After Fitzpatrick Roller CoasterIt's hard to think of a local pro athlete who's had such a conflicting legacy, at least over such a short period of time.
Keidel: Would Another Cavs-Warriors Finals Be Good For The NBA?Two NBA dynasties, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors, will probably play each other again in this year's NBA Finals.
Keidel: Tip Your Cap To Cashman, And Make Sure To Forgive Him, TooFor too many years, Brian Cashman was the general manager of the New York Yankees in title only.
Keidel: By Crushing Melo's Trade Value, Phil Jackson Further Proves He's Not The Cure To Knicks' Decadeslong IllsThe Knicks and their fans are wondering: How did Phil Jackson go from king of the basketball court to court jester?
Keidel: Can Wizards Overcome History?The hard-luck Wizards look to make the East Finals for the first time since 1979. The Celtics have other plans.
Keidel: Mets Are Begging To Be Ignored This SeasonIn an already surreal season of injury and implosion, the Mets are scrambling to salvage that which was supposed to be so promising.
Keidel: Meet The Mets, Meet The MessThe New York Mets, still second in the National League East, find themselves sinking under the weight of injuries and idiocy.
Keidel: Jeter Brought A Winning Combination Of Grace, Grit To New YorkNew Yorkers have the right to ask. Burn the back of the baseball cards before you enter, as your stats west of the Hudson are rarely precursors once you bite the Big Apple, a town that too often makes mice of men.
Keidel: Yankees Can Simply Do No Wrong, While Mets Are A MessAs the baseball season commenced, many sportswriters, including yours truly, proclaimed that this town belonged to one team, the Mets.