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Yankees manager Joe Girardi talks ‘intriguing’ Shohei Otani

Shohei Otani, considered the Babe Ruth of Japan, is reportedly ready to come to the MLB next season, and the Yankees are one of several teams interested in his services. Brian Cashman and assistant GM Jean Afterman recently went overseas to see Otani, 23, pitch and hit for the Nippon Ham Fighters. “He’s definitely intriguing,” […]


Golovkin vs. Alvarez matchup real boxing world's been waiting for

Boxing is a sport that when you compliment a guy, you are considered a cheerleader; and if you pick against a guy, you are a hater. But it is also a sport that garners respect when warranted. The highly anticipated marquee matchup the real boxing world has been waiting for is finally happening Saturday, live […]


Darryl Strawberry rips Mets, praises George Steinbrenner

Darryl Strawberry says the Mets turned their backs on him, so he’s returning the favor. That was the overarching sentiment from the former Mets and Yankees world champion in an interview with WABC Radio on Tuesday, saying that the Queens organization doesn’t respect the players from the ’86 World Series team. “The players on the […]


Giants dump Owa Odighizuwa following four-game PED suspension

The Giants promptly released 2015 third-round pick Owa Odighizuwa on Tuesday morning after the defensive end was suspended four games without pay on Monday for violating the NFL’s policy on performance enhancing substances. “It is unfortunate that things have gone in this direction,” GM Jerry Reese said in a statement, “but we wish nothing but […]


Steve Smith 2018 Hall of Fame nomination creates confusion

This is probably one of the many reasons Steve Smith Sr. started putting Smith Sr. on the back of his jersey. The list of modern-era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2018 was released on Tuesday and there was one player on there that turned heads. Former Giants wide receiver Steve […]


Lance Armstrong goes after USC for claim it never lost to Texas

Lance Armstrong not only doesn’t like to see people forget about wins that were vacated, but now he’s chiming in about losses not being acknowledged. USC is claiming they are 4-0 against Texas all time, with one loss being vacated when the NCAA voided the Trojans 2005 season. Texas won the National Championship that year […]


VIDEO: Porzingis victim of cheap shot from ex-Knick at Euros

The Knicks can’t wait to get Kristaps Porzingis back. The Knicks should be sending a private plane to bring Kristaps Porzingis back to New York as fast as possible. The Knicks’ biggest star – sorry, Carmelo Anthony – was the victim of a cheap shot from ex-Knick Anthony Randolph Tuesday during a quarterfinal matchup at […]


Mets to host Cardinals at Citi Field to open 2018 season

The Mets — and the rest of baseball — will open the 2018 season on Thursday, March 29. Thanks to the new collective bargaining agreement, the season starts earlier to accommodate more off days. The Mets will host the Cardinals.  The Mets will play the AL East in interleague play next season, meaning six Subway […]


Yankees’ Greg Bird has precautionary MRI on his back

Greg Bird had a precautionary MRI on his back on Tuesday morning that came back normal, and the 24-year-old first baseman said he feels better and hopes to play for the Yankees on Wednesday. Bird was scratched from Monday’s lineup due to back spasms. He did not play in Tuesday’s 2-1 loss to the Rays […]


Colin Kaepernick supports Jemele Hill and her tweet about Trump

Colin Kaepernick is on Jemele Hill‘s side. The former NFL quarterback took to Twitter late Tuesday to show support for Jemele Hill and her tweet calling President Trump a “white supremacist.” “We are with you @jemelehill,“ Kaepernick wrote. ESPN big wigs were not as pleased with Hill’s tweet, in which she also wrote that Trump […]

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