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Elderly Long Island Woman Besieged By Magazines She Says She Never Ordered

She thinks she is being taken advantage of because of her age. A Long Island senior citizen is seeking relief from a magazine distributor that continues to send her unwanted publications — and hefty bills.


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Eric LeGrand On WFAN: Sports Illustrated Cover ‘A Dream Come True’

For the first time ever, Sports Illustrated let fans decide the cover of their year-end issue. Votes poured in from 178 countries — and in the end it wasn’t even a contest.


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Fans Vote Return Of Rutgers’ Eric LeGrand Best Sports Moment Of 2011

The return of Rutgers football player Eric LeGrand — one year after he was paralyzed from the neck down in a game vs. Army at Giants Stadium — is Sports Illustrated’s 2011 Moment of the Year.


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Schwartz: Ravens Vs. Jets Preview

One week after a flat out disaster, the Jets have a chance to bounce back.


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Schwartz: Jets’ Mark Sanchez Is Feeling Fine

Jets QB Mark Sanchez was a full participant in practice Wednesday, and was feeling “good” despite undergoing concussion tests after Sunday night’s win.


In this 1989 image provided by Paramount Pictures, Charlie Sheen is Cleveland Indians pitcher Ricky Vaughn in the comedy "Major League." (credit: AP Photo/Paramount Pictures, Timothy White)

Charlie Sheen Admits ‘Major League’ Steroid Use To Sports Illustrated

Turns out Wild Thing’s fastball had a little extra juice. Actor Charlie Sheen tells Sports Illustrated in its latest issue that he took steroids “for like six or eight weeks” while filming the 1989 movie “Major League.”


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Hartnett: Derek Jeter Turning Back The Clock As He Approaches 3,000

Consistency and longevity have been hallmarks Derek Jeter’s career. As he marches closer to the 3,000th hit mark, Jeter is again reminding his critics just how special of a career he’s maintained for 17 seasons.


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Sweeny Says: Is A-Rod Overrated?

Alex Rodriguez is the player other major leaguers think is the most overrated? Makes me wonder why we bother asking them anything at all sometimes.


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SI Players’ Poll: A-Rod, Joba Chamberlain, Derek Jeter MLB’s Most Overrated

185 major leaguers have spoken: The Yankees are overrated. Alex Rodriguez (18%), Joba Chamberlain (12%) and Derek Jeter (7%) were voted No. 1, 2 and 3 in this year’s “Most Overrated Player” poll by Sports Illustrated.


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Tiki Barber Creates Stir With Anne Frank Comparison In Sports Illustrated

Tiki Barber is at it again. In the same issue of Sports Illustrated that added fuel to Mets owner Fred Wilpon’s firestorm, the comeback-kid running back compares himself to one of the most renowned victims of the Holocaust.


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Mets’ Payroll Under $100M In 2012? Alderson Says Don’t ‘Overreact’ To Reports

The bad news keeps piling on for Mets fans. Not only did owner Fred Wilpon tell SI’s Tom Verducci that the franchise is “bleeding cash” but that the team is unlikely to re-invest most of the money coming off the payroll in 2012.


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Keidel: Right Said Fred

Assuming you don’t get the obscure pop culture reference in the title, Fred Wilpon is more than too sexy for the Mets; he’s too tired, too jaded, and too fated for failure.


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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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Joltin’ Joe’s Record Won’t Likely Be Broken Anytime Soon, Writer Says

As baseball teams begin to take the field across the nation, many are looking forward to the records that will be broken, but there’s one record has withstood the test of time and still hold strong.


This image provided by Sports Illustrated shows the cover of the magazine's 2011 Swimsuit Edition featuring Irina Shayk. The Russian-born, 25-year-old learned Monday at a taping of David Letterman's show that she won the coveted spot from a photo shoot months ago in Hawaii. (AP Photo/Sports Illustrated)

Letterman Reveals 2011 SI Swimsuit Issue Cover Model

Irina Shayk learned Monday at a taping of David Letterman’s show that she won the coveted cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. “I saw it, and I couldn’t believe it,” Shayk said.