Tom Brady knows this is more than PR or PSI. It’s about legacy, which is probably as precious to him as a Lombardi Trophy. He should have thought of that a long time ago.
They were born about six months apart, signed by the same team, and seemed ordained to become New York immortals.
Greg Maddux is the greatest craftsman I’ve ever seen on a mound. Pedro Martinez is the greatest pitcher I’ve ever seen on a mound.
The Mets fan has been hearing the “wait until next year” mantra for so long that he has abandoned hope.
And while a sportswriter — specifically a New York sportswriter — shouldn’t admit this, I assumed George Steinbrenner was in the Hall of Fame.
Poor performance is never just one thing. While we try to pound the pinata, put on our GM hats every year, losing is a litany of missteps.
Every year, at some rookie symposium, some football elder stands before the crowd and tells his tale of woe. One day, Jason Pierre’Paul might be doing the same.
There really are humans, professed baseball fans and historians who think Derek Jeter is allegedly better than Joe DiMaggio, Mickey Mantle, Lou Gehrig and Babe Ruth.
Believe it or not, next year really could be the year, if this year isn’t. Just don’t jettison the very arms that got you on top of the arms race.
What is lost on the A-Rod Apologist, shrieking in indignity over the All-Star snub, is that he’s blown past the point of total forgiveness.
Making a mockery of Jasons everywhere, Jason Pierre-Paul has put himself in a most precarious place.
They say there’s no better place to win than the Big Apple. Tell that to a big-time basketball player who finds the weather and the winning much more palatable in the world west of the Hudson.
Jerry Seinfeld, one of the more muted comedians when it comes to politics, made some candid and compelling observations recently. It wasn’t red or blue state stuff, but more red, white, and blue content.
The Mets still have a more glittering future than the Yankees. And it starts on the mound. No need to jog out there and take the ball from one of the gifted young men who got you here.
I say with a slightly overt sense of pride that one fact about the man is now and forever indisputable. Anthony was never about winning.