By BRIAN LEWIS Amado Guevara _ the man called El Lobo _ wore out his welcome in New York, and got traded for a Designated Player slot that became Juan Pablo Angel. With Angel getting close to suiting up and Guevara making an ass of himself yet...more >
The Yankees have moved from one problem to another. This weekend their starting pitchers permitted seven runs in three games against the Mariners, and the Yanks still lost two out of three. Now it is their touted offense that has gone into the Ice...more >
Just because Street Sense broke the "Breeders' Cup jinx" doesn't mean the "rules" for Kentucky Derby winners don't matter anymore...more >
Down here in Tampa, the sun is red-ringed as a result of smoke created by the Georgia wildfires. Waiting for Rocket is also smoke from a distant fire. Roger Clemens will show up here someday today at Legends Field and have a bullpen session...more >
By GEORGE KING If Roger Clemens pitches well nobody will criticize him for coming and going in the Yankees' universe. If he gets rocked regularly expect to hear about his schedule as the reason...more >
By MARK HALE I still can't believe I lost a series prediction after my three-straight run there, but life goes on. Anyways, I'm back at Shea today and I'm looking forward to a few things. The first is Cliff Floyd's comeback to Shea, which happens...more >
By MARC BERMAN I can't thank all the readers and bloggers on this site enough for visiting this blog, reading and writing their thoughts. You really made this the most passionate Knicks blog out there. During those dog days when the travel wears...more >
Well, Ranger fans, the 2006-07 season is over for the Blueshirts and that leaves us looking forward to 2007-08. In honor of a new season, and continued and greater success, we're re-christening the blog. We rapped about the Rangers for the better...more >
The Ducks struck first, and then found themselves fighting to survive a fierce Red Wings attack. Rob Nediermayer opened the scoring, but Kirk Maltby tied it with a highlight-reel short-handed goal when he swatted his own rebound out of the air and...more >
Chris Ray, please find another occupation. The gory details can be found elsewhere, but Hondo lost out on a big score yesterday when the Orioles' so-called closer gave it away in Fenway. The brutal defeat, coupled with the Brewer setback, slashed...more >
By FRED KERBER Professor Moore would be tough. Mikki Moore was asked to grade himself with the Nets so far. "Probably a B-minus or a C-plus." Kind of low marks, don't you think?more >
I wonder what Wellington Mara would think about all this as the Giants head into a pivotal game against one of Mara's favorite coaches, Bill Parcells Sunday? Actually, I really don't have to wonder. I knew him too well. Mr...more >
BY JAY GREENBERG I guess I should never be surprised. When the team loses, the quarterback gets blamed. But the best defense in the NFL, probably its best defense in many years, shuts down a Jet team without a true game-breaker, and now the Jets...more >
Spider-man's superhuman skills would make him a better suited to be a basketball prospect than a baseball superstar, but his adversaries are a different story. In honor of this weekend's box-office domination by the webslinger, here's a look at some...more >
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