Otis Livingston

Mike Piazza Will Wear Mets Cap In CooperstownThe mystery -- if there ever really was one -- is over: Mike Piazza will enter baseball's Hall of Fame donning a Mets cap.
Jets Honor Military Families Ahead Of The HolidaysThe Atlantic Health Jets Women's Organization hosted the Taylors and 17 other military families in a holiday-themed appreciation event at the team's practice facility in Florham Park.
From Golden Child To Miracle Man, Brooklyn Boxer's Comeback Story Goes Beyond The RingA boxing champion is the pride of Brooklyn, as much for what he has overcome outside the ring as for what he's accomplished inside it.
Mets Fans Ready For Game 3 At What Will Be Raucous Citi FieldMets fans are on edge as the team looks to mount a comeback after dropping the first games of the World Series against the Kansas City Royals.
Harvey Ready For World Series Game 1, Rest Of Mets Embracing The MomentWhen manager Terry Collins asked Harvey if he was ready for it, Harvey said, "Damn right!"
Mets Manager Terry Collins Reflects On Season As Players Attend Voluntary WorkoutWilmer Flores, Lucas Duda, and Travis d'Arnaud were among the players who took part in the voluntary workout on Friday.
Fans Brimming With Confidence As Mets Are 1 Win From World SeriesThirty-five teams have been down 0-3 in a Major League Baseball playoff series. Only one -- the 2004 Boston Red Sox -- have come back to win the series.
New York Vs. Chicago: It's About Baseball And So Much MoreMets and Cubs fans have one thing in common -- their fan bases are long-suffering.
Yankees Pitcher CC Sabathia Checks Into Alcohol Rehabilitation CenterYankees pitcher CC Sabathia is checking into an alcohol rehabilitation center and will miss the postseason.
Geno Smith To Miss 6-10 Weeks After Suffering Broken Jaw In Locker Room AltercationGeno Smith's hopes for a breakout season with the New York Jets took a major blow — to the jaw.
Legendary Hoops Coach Hurley Fighting To Keep Cash-Strapped St. Anthony's OpenA fabled New Jersey school could be closing its doors soon. But its legendary basketball coach is doing everything he can to keep it open.
Paralyzed Rutgers Football Player Eric LeGrand Talks About Inspiring Others, Walking AgainIt's been 4 1/2 years since LeGrand suffered a severe spinal cord injury. But he told CBS2's Otis Livingston that there's a reason it happened to him -- so he could give hope to the hopeless.

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