“You look remarkably well,” Letterman said, before joking about her previous brushes with the law. “Yes or no, do you steal stuff?” Letterman asked.
The Knicks haven’t had Amar’e Stoudemire at full strength for either of their first-round exits in the last two years, and even he acknowledges that he’s “injury prone.”
That leaves no room for worry regarding MLB’s latest performance-enhancing drugs scandal — a headache with A-Rod at the center of it all.
“Everything went well,” Jeter said as he drove out of the complex.
The 38-year-old team captain reiterated Wednesday that he is on track to be in New York’s starting lineup for the opener on April 1.
The 37-year-old star has been out for more than a month because of a broken left hand. He is scheduled to play for Class A Tampa at Lakeland on Friday night.
It’s a disturbing trend: Young people ending up in rehab for prescription drug abuse. But it’s not Oxycontin. They’re getting hooked on medications used to treat attention disorders like ADHD.
Yankees starter Andy Pettitte might be out longer than expected with a fractured left fibula. Or maybe not.
The news on Joba has been good. Really good.
Yankees GM Brian Cashman has insisted all along the target for Mariano Rivera’s return is 2013. But what if he’s ready this season? Is that even possible?
Let’s face it, rehab is bound to happen for everyone involved in MTVs ‘Jersey Shore’ cast, that being said, TMZ is reporting that ‘The Situation,’ aka Mike Sorrentino, is the first to take the plunge toward recovery.
Right-hander Phil Hughes struck out eight and walked two over 6 1/3 innings for the Double-A Trenton Thunder on Wednesday during the third of four scheduled minor-league rehabilitation appearances.
Ray Lucas, who recently checked into rehab and is courageously chronicling his war with prescription painkillers, is not a role model. But he is a hybrid of hero and life lesson.
From homeless to Hollywood to rehab – the man with the golden voice, Brooklyn native Ted Williams, was admitted for treatment Wednesday.
For subway riders who normally enter at the 15th Street station in Brooklyn, Friday’s snow was a good thing. The snow delayed the start of the $260 million rehab of the Culver Viaduct. Instead of starting on Monday, the construction is being pushed back one week.