Palladino: Yankees Will Face Real Pressure To Win Next SeasonThe 2018 baseball season will arrive quicker than Aaron Judge can strike out on a breaking pitch around the knees. So, if the Yankees have any lingering disappointment in their runner-up finish in the ALCS, they’d best get over it fast.
Lichtenstein: Nets Have Talent To Withstand Lin-jury But Will Miss His IntangiblesOverall, Russell is averaging 21 points per game on 51 percent shooting from the floor (including 35.7 percent from 3-point range) in just 28.3 minutes per game.
Keidel: Lack Of Talent Catches Up To Jets In Loss To DolphinsYet the Jets, as they have done too many times over the years, found a way to gag a game they had in hand, a result in haunting syndication with this franchise.
Sweeny: Yankees Will Enter Spring With Sky-High Expectations, ExcitementWhen was the last time you looked forward to a Yankees spring training more than you will 2018?
WFAN Morning Show Podcast & Moment Of The Day For Oct. 23Monday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" covered the subject of caring for one's feet, and it drew plenty of laughter.
WFAN Morning Show: 'The John Flaherty Report' Season FinaleThe Yankees failed to close the deal in Houston. Therefore, it will be the Astros representing the AL in the World Series, not the Bombers.
WFAN Morning Show: Chris Lopresti's Monday Morning UpdateC-Lo had a lot to fit in to this action-packed update after an eventful NFL Sunday and much more.
WFAN Morning Show: Making Sense Of It All On A MondayIt's been a pretty rough couple of days for the sports locals, with the Knicks, Yankees, Jets and Giants all losing. So therefore, it was up to Boomer and Jerry Recco to brighten up your dreary Monday morning, which is exactly what they did.
Keidel: As Verlander Reminded The Yankees, Pitching Still RulesSo the magical run hit a roadblock, at least for one night. That's what happens when a super-human pitcher does his thing.
Hartnett: Third Period In Loss To Isles Might Be Turning Point For RangersI’m getting the impression that this team flipped the switch in the right direction in the third period and truly understood the level of commitment and effort it’s going to take to change fortunes for the better.
Palladino: Sabathia, Tanaka Proving To Worthy Investments For The FutureHad this magical train ride stopped at the wild-card game, how Brian Cashman viewed CC Sabathia and Masahiro Tanaka during the regular season probably wouldn’t have changed a bit.
Sweeny: 1 More Win And These Yankees Earn Their PinstripesTime to stop calling them Baby Bombers and call them by their given name -- Yankees. This is not a team on the rise anymore. This team has arrived.