It took New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie 16 minutes to mention presidential candidate Mitt Romney during his keynote speech. But that hasn’t stopped his rock star-like ascension in the party.
With Isaac moving away from Tampa, the Republican National Convention is finally in full swing. Taking center stage on Tuesday night will be New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.
As of 5 p.m. on Monday, presumptive Republican candidate Mitt Romney still had not arrived in Tampa so the biggest GOP star in attendance at the time seemed to be N.J. Gov. Chris Christie.
Gov. Christie has launched Twitter and Tumblr accounts to provide information on his keynote address and his travels surrounding the convention in Tampa.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie continues to finalize his keynote address for next week’s Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. When asked about taking the national stage in a high-profile role, the governor said he’s looking forward to the opportunity.
Pineda told the New York Post he had “three or four” mixed whiskey drinks in “three or four” hours. “I was driving very smoothly,” he told the paper.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is on his seventh draft of his keynote address for next week’s Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. The governor said he worked on his speech while he was on vacation last week.
A print report said that word was quietly going out to Republican activists to make sure not to miss the activities on Tuesday, August 28 because of Christie’s presence.
Joe Girardi rarely goes public with criticism of one of his players, so it was unusual Tuesday when the Yankees manager detailed his unhappiness with the physical condition of Phil Hughes last year.
After an offseason of wondering where — and if — he might play again, Chavez is back with the Yankees.
Ah, spring training. The warm late-winter sun of Florida. Veterans and prospects looking to make their mark before pitchers and catchers report. And a Mattingly in Tampa.
Derek Jeter will be doing extra work with hitting coach Kevin Long as the Yankees captain adjusts to a change in his stride at the plate. “I’ve got to get used to it,” Jeter said. “I’m trying to get comfortable with it.”
As the Yankees continue workouts in Tampa, A-Rod addressed the media for the first time on Monday, talking at ease about his health, his expectations for the coming season, and yes—even the Popcorn Debacle.
A.J. Burnett knows he had a bad season for the Yankees last year. New York’s right-hander wants to put 2010 in the rear-view mirror.
All together, Yankees fans: Uh-oh. According to the Post, CC Sabathia “was given a few chances to definitively say he would not opt out” on Monday. Instead, the Bombers’ burly ace skirted around the issue.