1. NY Yankees remain MLB gold standard in fan support

    As summer continues its gradual metamorphosis into autumn, the complete playoff picture in Major League Baseball is slowly beginning to take shape...

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  2. NFL, NY Jets Must Punish Braylon Edwards Swiftly and Severely

    Less than two weeks after the New York Jets made headlines for their questionable treatment of TV Azteca reporter Inés Sainz, the spotlight has been shone brightly on Gang Green again for an incident completely unrelated to their play on the field.

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  3. Is This How Men Really Feel About the Inés Sainz-NY Jets Saga?

    "You know man, I think you put women reporters in the locker room in positions to see guys walking around naked, and you sit in the locker room with 53 guys, and all of the sudden you ...

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  4. Inés Sainz Not Offended By NY Jets' Alleged Sexually Harassing Behavior

    As reported here, a complaint was made by the Association for Women in Sports Media against the New York Jets, citing sexually harassing behavior directed toward Mexican television ...

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  5. Have NY Jets Become The Bold & The Boneheaded?

    As evidenced by the HBO reality documentary series, Hard Knocks, the New York Jets walk a fine line between arrogance and confidence when it comes to assessing their chances of representing the AFC in the Super Bowl this season...

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  6. Boxing's Best Converge In NYC To Benefit Wounded Warrior Project

    On the ninth anniversary of the tragic events of September 11, Gleason’s Gym and HighVista Entertainment will bring the ‘Sweet Science’ to New York City to benefit Golden Gloves of America, Inc...

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  7. Peace in enduring conflict between India & Pakistan found at US Open

    Since the partition of British India in August 1947, which resulted in the creation of the Republic of India and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, there have been three major wars, ...

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  8. NY Yankees closer Mariano Rivera still in class by himself

    Milwaukee Brewers reliever Trevor Hoffman notched the 600th save of his career against the St. Louis Cardinals Tuesday night, becoming the first closer in Major League Baseball history to reach this milestone...

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  9. The Steroids Era Can Never Taint What Cal Ripken, Jr and Lou Gehrig Put Together

    Labor Day is often regarded as a day of rest throughout the United States but on this day, fifteen years ago, two men were honored and remembered for not missing a single day at the office in over thirteen years respectively...

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  10. Does MLB Care About Alex Rodriguez's Assault on History?

    A little over a month ago, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez hit the 600th home run of his career, becoming the youngest player in Major League Baseball history to reach the milestone and only the seventh member of the 600-home run club...

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  11. Brawl breaks out at US Open of all places (Video)

    Beer, gambling, and profanity have the potential to be a combustible mixture in a stadium filled with thousands of spectators. Typically, the locales where these elements lead to an explosion are at baseball, basketball, football and hockey games...

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  12. Yankees' Alex Rodriguez severs ties with baseball super agent Scott Boras

    As reported here, New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez ranked eighth in a Forbes Magazine poll of the most disliked people in sports; which included such notorious transgressors ...

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  13. The Magnificent Seven: The Most Important Players in NY Sports Today

    As the fiercest hurricane in twenty years prepares to slam the East Coast with winds in excess of 130 miles per hour, another storm is brewing which fans of the major professional sports leagues will embrace with open arms...

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  14. Roger Clemens' pleas fall on deaf ears in court of public opinion

    As reported in multiple media outlets, a federal grand jury indicted former New York Yankees pitcher Roger Clemens on charges of making false statements to Congress about his use of performance-enhancing drugs...

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  15. The case for Joe Girardi to leave New York Yankees

    Prior to the opening stanza of a three-game series with the Chicago White Sox, New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi addressed recent speculation surrounding his interest in the Chicago Cubs’ managerial position...

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  16. Top Five Reasons This Year Went Wrong For The New York Mets

    With a 3-0 victory over the first-place Atlanta Braves on July 11, the New York Mets entered the All-Star break with a record of 48-40; leaving them four games back in the National ...

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  17. Thrillist quickens Pulse of fantasy football fans in NYC

    From August 22 to August 24, men’s lifestyle e-mail newsletter and website, Thrillist.com, lived up to the first six letters of its name by hosting a next-level fantasy football extravaganza at New York City’s multimedia nerve center Pulse...

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  18. World Basketball Festival - A visual tribute to the culture of the game

    With the pages of the book closed on the World Basketball Festival, it can be officially stated for the record that the inaugural four-day celebration of the performance and culture of the game was a rousing success by all accounts...

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  19. World Basketball Festival - Day 4: Team USA annihilates France

    With a sellout crowd of 19,763 in attendance, the United States World Championship Team brought a satisfying conclusion to the four-day World Basketball Festival by trouncing the national ...

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  20. World Basketball Festival - Day 3: Kobe Bryant visits Rucker Park

    The penultimate day of the inaugural Nike World Basketball Festival featured a special visit to Harlem’s famed Rucker Park by, arguably, the best player in the National Basketball ...

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  21. World Basketball Festival - Day 2: Team USA humbled by NYC experience

    As reported here, the finalists for the United States World Championship Team assembled in New York for training sessions at John Jay College, the New York Knicks Training Center in ...

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  22. World Basketball Festival - Day 1: Jay-Z, Team USA take NYC by storm

    As reported here, New York City bore witness to the commencement of the inaugural World Basketball Festival, a celebration of the performance and culture of the game...

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  23. Referee's admission of blown calls in Super Bowl stains NFL

    Four years ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Seattle Seahawks, 21-10, in Super Bowl XL to join the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers as the only franchises in the National Football League to have won five Vince Lombardi trophies...

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  24. Isiah Thomas: Basketball's Horror Movie Villain

    When it comes to horror cinema, the films of the 'Friday the 13th', 'Halloween' and 'Nightmare on Elm Street' series are among the most iconic in Hollywood history...

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  25. Jets' Super Bowl talk means nothing without Darrelle Revis

    “Honestly, we’re here for our Super Bowl. If we don’t get there, nothing else matters.” – Kris Jenkins“Don’t be timid about saying it. That’s your goal...

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