Police Search For Suspect Near Holmdel Elementary School; School On Lockdown

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Phillies Announcer Gary Matthews Tells Reporter: Mets Lose Because They Are ‘Crybabies’

Mike Pelfrey was miffed at Placido Polanco. The Phillies’ infielder then had some words for Pelfrey. As for Philadelphia announcer Gary Matthews Sr.? Well, he delivered a piece of sharp criticism toward the Mets organization.


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Ron Darling: Davey Johnson To Nationals Spells Trouble For Mets

68-year-old Davey Johnson, who will be forever remembered in New York for leading the Mets to the 1986 World Series title, is returning to the dugout — for the Nationals. “If you’re a Mets fan, it’s a sad day,” Ron Darling told the New York Daily News.


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Mets’ K-Rod: Trade To Yankees? Sure, I’d Set Up For Mariano Rivera

Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez knows he might be a goner by the July 31 trading deadline, and he’s not against serving in a setup role for a contending team. Including the Yankees.


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Osi Umenyiora: Giants, Jerry Reese Lied About Deal-Or-Trade Pact

Is Giants general manager Jerry Reese a man of his word? According to Osi Umenyiora, the answer is simple: no.


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Alleged Nude Photo Of Yankees Legend Joe DiMaggio Up For Auction

With the Anthony Weiner sexting saga still bulging at the seams, perhaps it’s apropos that an alleged nude photo of a Yankees great has hit the auction scene.


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Thomas Emma, Ex-Duke, Manhasset Hoops Star, Plunges To Death From NYC Athletic Club

Police say former Duke star Thomas Emma plunged from the 12th floor of the New York Athletic Club in Manhattan to his death in an apparent suicide.


In this Jan. 4, 2008 file photo, former Major League Baseball player Lenny Dykstra poses for a portrait in New York. Dykstra has been charged with car theft and drug possession. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office says Dykstra and two other men were charged Monday, June 6, 2011,  with grand theft auto, identity theft and other crimes. He faces up to 12 years in prison if convicted. (credit: AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File)

Lenny Dykstra On Auto Theft Charges: ‘Of Course I’m Not Guilty’

Former Mets star Lenny Dykstra, jailed on grand theft auto and drug possession charges, proclaimed his innocence on Monday. “Of course I’m not guilty,” Dykstra told the New York Daily News. “The car got stolen alright — stolen by them.”


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David Wright: I Want To Stay With Mets; Contract A Major Trade Obstacle

David Wright’s love affair with New York is apparent. His contract might just prove to be the obstacle that keeps him at Citi Field’s hot corner.


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Conflicting Reports Surface On Mike D’Antoni’s Future With Knicks, Raptors

Could Mike D’Antoni skip out on the Knicks? According to the New York Daily News’ Frank Isola, D’Antoni, entering his last year under contract with New York, “could emerge as a candidate in Toronto.”


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Report: David Wright, Not Jose Reyes, Could Land On Mets’ Trading Block

Jose Reyes, a free agent after this season, is expected to fetch a few offers before the MLB trading deadline. Though according to John Harper of the New York Daily News, Reyes “may be changing (GM Sandy) Alderson’s mind.” Good news for Mets fans? Maybe not.


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Fred Wilpon Unplugged, Part II: Mets Are ‘Bleeding Cash’

Fred Wilpon’s “lousy club” could lose up to $70 million this year, according to a second headline-grabbing profile of the Mets’ embattled owner to surface this week.


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Report: Eagles Interested In Plaxico Burress; Giants, Jets All But Ruled Out

Jailed ex-Giants receiver Plaxico Burress is scheduled to be released from Oneida Correctional Facility on June 6 — two weeks from today. According to a weekend report from The Daily News’ Gary Myers, Burress could make a run straight for Philadelphia.


In this 2006 photo, Bill Gallo, a cartoonist and columnist for the New York Daily News, works at his drawing board in his office in New York. Gallo, whose playful characters appeared in the paper over seven decades, died Tuesday, May 10, 2011. He was 88.  (credit: AP Photo/The Daily News, Thomas Monaster)

HBO To Honor Daily News Cartoonist Bill Gallo Before Hopkins-Pascal

HBO plans to give late Daily News cartoonist Bill Gallo a 10-count salute shortly after 10 p.m. Saturday night, just before the Bernard Hopkins-Jean Pascal WBC light heavyweight title fight gets underway in Montreal.


NEW YORK, NY - MAY 12:  Would-be terror suspects Mohamed Mamdouh, 20, (PICTURED) and Ahmed Ferhani, 26, (NOT PICTURED) stand before a judge during their arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court May 12, 2011 in New York City. The men allegedly attempted to buy guns and grenades and considered a synagogue terror attack in a sting operated by the NYPD.  (Photo by Lucas Jackson-Pool/Getty Images)

NYC Terror Plot Suspect Mohammed Mamdouh Says He Is Innocent

Mohammed Mamdough said he had, “nothing to do” with the reputed bombing plot by his co-defendant, Ahmed Ferhani.


FILE - New York Daily News sports cartoonist Bill Gallo attends a photo-op at the 24th annual Thurman Munson Award dinner in this Feb. 3, 2004 file photo taken in New York. New York Daily News cartoonist and columnist Bill Gallo, known for his playful characters, died Tuesday May 10, 2011 from complications of pneumonia at White Plains Hospital according to the paper. He was 88.  (credit: AP Photo/Tina Fineberg, File)

NY Daily News Cartoonist Bill Gallo Dies At 88

Bill Gallo, a cartoonist and columnist for the New York Daily News, whose playful characters included depicting the blustering New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner in a spiked Prussian military helmet, has died.