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Giants QB Geno Smith rips WFAN's Craig Carton for arrest

Geno Smith isn’t backing up Craig Carton. The Giants quarterback took a dig Tuesday at the arrested shock jock, who’s been critical of Smith in the past. “Same guy who was calling me a thug on some lame radio station was running a Ponzi scheme?? Funny how life works, can’t believe these fools!” he tweeted. […]

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Yankees to open 2018 season in Toronto, home opener vs. Rays

The Yankees will open the 2018 season in Toronto against the Blue Jays on March 29. Their home-opener will be on April 2 vs. Tampa. They will finish the year facing the Red Sox at Fenway Park Sept. 28-30. The Yankees will face the Mets six times: June 8-10 at Citi Field and July 20-22 […]

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Sonny Gray again gets no run support as Yankees lose to Rays, 2-1

Sonny Gray pitched well, but got no run support. What else is new? Gray surrendered a solo homer to Adeiny Hechavarria on a hanging breaking ball with one out in the eighth inning, and the Yankees’ three-game winning streak ended with a 2-1 loss to the Rays on Tuesday night at Citi Field. The Bombers, […]

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Mets ‘concerned’ over Erik Goeddel’s possible vertigo issues

CHICAGO — Erik Goeddel was left behind in New York to be seen by team doctors after suffering dizziness and blurred vision for several days. The right-handed reliever has experienced symptoms similar to vertigo, but the doctors were checking to make sure it was nothing more serious. “I always am concerned,” Mets manager Terry Collins […]

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Mets get Eric Hanhold from Brewers to complete Neil Walker trade

The Mets acquired Eric Hanhold from the Brewers as the player to be named later to complete the August 12 trade involving Neil Walker. The Mets had a choice of three “low-level,” relievers, a Brewers’ source said. Hanhold was touching 98 with his fastball earlier this year and faded a little laters, a scout who […]

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Carron Phillips talks Michael Bennett: DN Sports Talk Podcast

Daily News race and sports columnist Carron Phillips (@carronJphillips) joins the Popcast this week to discuss Michael Bennett and his accusations that Las Vegas police officers used excessive force and racially profiled him when they apprehended him after the Mayweather-McGregor fight last month. Phillips and host Daniel Popper (@danielrpopper) discuss the NFL protests, and how […]

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Giants’ offense has no excuse for historically bad performance

Eli Manning and what was supposed to be the high-powered Giants offense wasn’t just bad in the season opener, they were Big Blue historically bad. OK, they would have scored more than three points if Odell Beckham Jr. was in uniform rather than wearing sweats on the sidelines after his sprained left ankle did not […]

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Police are showing why black athletes can’t ‘stick to sports’

The Las Vegas Police Department is so mad at Michael Bennett that they wrote a letter to Roger Goodell and the NFL, in hopes that they would conduct an investigation and take appropriate action against him, because of the letter he posted to social media detailing how he was a victim of police brutality. The […]

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Charles Oakley sues James Dolan, MSG for kicking him out of venue

Beloved former Knick Charles Oakley sued James Dolan Tuesday for kicking him out of Madison Square Garden in February — a nasty confrontation that represented a new low for the reviled team owner. The hardnosed power forward for the Knicks sued Dolan and MSG for defamation and discrimination, charging that they wrongly smeared him as […]

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The Giants stunk but rookie TE Evan Engram looked pretty good

There were hardly any bright spots to come from the Giants offense in their anemic Week 1 performance against the Cowboys, but if you’re looking for the slightest bit of something positive, rookie tight end Evan Engram showed some encouraging signs. The Giants’ first-round draft pick put up rather ordinary numbers in his NFL debut, […]

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