Reggie Jackson

American League All-Star Robinson Cano #24 of the New York Yankees greets his teammates on the American League All-Star team prior to the 81st MLB All-Star Game at Angel Stadium of Anaheim on July 13, 2010. (credit: Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Hartnett: Once Again, The Midsummer Classic Generates Intrigue And Debate

The MLB All-Star Game is a week away and always delivers intrigue and debate among fans. Unlike All-Star games of other major sports, ‘The Midsummer Classic’ always delivers its share of drama, intrigue and debate.


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Schmeelk: Fredette, Thompson Among Knicks’ Backcourt Options In NBA Draft

Which backcourt players might be available for the Knicks to draft at No. 17? John Schmeelk has scoured the scouting reports and consolidated all the information in one neat package for you die-hard Knicks fans.


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Hartnett: Alex Rodriguez Is The Straw That Stirs The Yankees’ Drink

Is the success of the Yankees inevitably linked to A-Rod’s production?


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B&C Morning Show: Reggie Jackson, Greg Schiano With Boomer & Carton

Reggie Jackson has become a good friend of the Morning Show over the last year or so. Now that “Mr. October” is in the watch business, he couldn’t think of a better place to hock his product than the Allstate Studio.


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B&C Morning Show: Reggie Jackson with Boomer & Carton

The guys were thrilled to invite Reggie Jackson into the Allstate Studios this morning, partly because he came bearing gifts in the form of soup from the “The Original Soup Man.”


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Reggie Jackson Finally Arrived At Yankees Camp

Reggie Jackson finally felt good enough to join the New York Yankees in Florida for his annual stint as a spring training instructor.


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Keidel: Jaded Over Derek Jeter

I was all set to pound the Knicks. Then I saw this silly Siena College poll crowning Derek Jeter as Jesus, the most beloved athlete in New York’s wondrous history.


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By The Numbers: The Second Greatest Team

For this episode of By The Numbers I would like to pose the question as to what team is the second-greatest club ever, and how would that determination be made?


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B&C Show Blog & Audio: Jets, Giants Ridin’ High

Here in New York, football is alive and well — the Jets and the Giants are both rolling.


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Hot Topic: November 9

With the Jets & Giants both in first place, it’s a good time to be a New York football fan.


Andy Pettitte of the New York Yankees came out to play a game of baseball with children from Beautiful People for HOPE Week after their game against the Detroit Tigers at Yankee Stadium on August 19, 2010 in the Bronx borough of New York City. HOPE week which is a community initiative to spread good will and help others persevere and excel; Beautiful People is a non-profit created to bring sports to children with disabilities. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

Yankees Bring Special Needs Children To Stadium

His oxygen tank behind him, 16-year-old Daniel Fratto settled into his seat high above home plate, slipped on the headphones and calmly spoke into the microphone.



The Microphone of God

Since the passing of Bob Sheppard last week, there have been many stories written about the long-time Yankees public address announcer. Many of them dealt with what Reggie Jackson called “The Voice Of God.” Some […]