“Will Yankees pitcher Mariano Rivera have to show ID to take the mound next year?” wonders the Working Families Party in email calling for the Yankees and Mets to boycott the All-Star Game in Arizona next summer.
“If Mets or Yankees players attend the All-Star Game, they could be subjected to the same suspicion, profiling, Read More
“Spanked!” screams the Post’s front cover this morning, although it’s not exactly true. Pedro Martinez gave up two homers in a little over six innings last night, and most of the sportswriters praise the 37-year old–who once called the Yankees his “daddy”–for a gutty performance. “[T]he Bombers didn’t exactly reassert their paternity with an exclamation Read More
Sure is nice that Reggie Jackson is around the clubhouse on days like yesterday.
Your local sportswriters have to file something Yankees related, and without a game to dissect, it helps if someone else can heap a little praise for them. So the Post leads one story with Reggie christening Mariano Rivera “Mr. October Read More
"We’re moving to a new facility, but we’re bringing all the good memories to the new facility, so hopefully it will be fine," Yankee reliever Mariano Rivera was saying to The Observer Monday night.
"We’re not moving that far, you know; a few blocks, a block, just half a block."
Texas Ranger Josh Read More
In the category of strange, random things that come to our attention:
State Senator Ruben Diaz and City Councilman Hiram Monserrate – who is running for State Senate against incumbent John Sabini – somehow found their way into this video promotion for Dr. Jaerock Lee’s appearance last month at Madison Square Garden.
And we Read More
When pygmies of a certain tribe set out to kill an elephant, this is what they do: They do not charge into combat with the giant, but steal up on it as it rests, spear it hard in the belly and flee. Then, from a safe distance, they trail the bloody spoor-for days on end-while Read More