1. New York Knicks Inch Closer Towards Legitimacy Despite Loss

    I got to work this afternoon and for the first time in 10 years, I was able to say with genuine enthusiasm to my boss, also a long time, die-hard Knicks fan, "big game tonight!" And it was on a number of levels...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 3 years ago 414 reads 9 comments

  2. Looking at The Mets With The Glass Half Empty

    I'm as pessimistic a Mets fan as you'll meet, and I'm not ashamed to say so. I was sitting in the upper deck of Shea when the Mets completed their second consecutive collapse just moments before celebrating the closing of the place...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about 4 years ago 103 reads 1 comments

  3. New York Mets Take Yet Another Hit in Carlos Beltran Surgery Debacle

    For Mets fans who thought that the injury-related issues of 2009 were gone with turning of the calendar, think again...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 4 years ago 308 reads 4 comments

  4. Mark McGwire Strikes Out with Steroid Admission

    In his televised interview with MLB Network, Mark McGwire whiffed at his chance to fully absolve himself from the steroid cloud he’s been under for the last decade...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 4 years ago 107 reads 1 comments

  5. Syracuse Orange-Pittsburgh Panthers: Loss Keeps Jim Boeheim Baffled

    First they weren't rated at all.  Then they were underrated.  They soon became top-five rated. Are they suddenly overrated? Syracuse University began its season with an unexpected 13-0 start—which ...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 4 years ago 422 reads 5 comments

  6. New York Knicks Finding Success On The Court, Serenity Off It

    In the last decade, Madison Square Garden has seen a lot. It's seen the rebirth of the hockey team that calls it home, as the Rangers have been a playoff regular since the lockout a few years back...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 4 years ago 729 reads 3 comments

  7. What Tiger's Statement Really Means

    So El Tigre released a statement on his website (nice personal touch dude) saying he was taking some time off from a sport most consider to be a way of taking some time off from whatever they're doing...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 4 years ago 218 reads 0 comments

  8. How Greg Paulus Saved Syracuse Football

    Forget the record, forget the stats and forget the losing. The short lived Greg Paulus era at Syracuse was a success...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 4 years ago 419 reads 1 comments

  9. Report: Syracuse's Devendorf To Declare for NBA Draft

    Reports out of Syracuse this morning have guard Eric Devendorf set to declare for the NBA draft. Devendorf, who obtained a fifth year of eligibility following knee surgery which forced him ...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 607 reads 0 comments

  10. Previewing the 2009 New York Mets

    The following are a handful of the most significant story lines surrounding the 2009 New York Mets along with some predictions and thoughts as to how the season will play out...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  11. 2009 Major League Baseball Predictions

    Another baseball season upon us, and another chance to prove how little I know when it comes to accurately predicting how the new season will play out...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 520 reads 4 comments

  12. New York Knicks Still a Disaster Despite New Regime

    Isiah who? Almost a year after the dismissal of the former head coach and President of Basketball Operations, the New York Knicks franchise hasn't been able to escape the depths of apathy Thomas ...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 238 reads 20 comments

  13. Johan Santana Shut Down with Sore Elbow; Mets Must Consider Alternatives

    If you're a Mets fan, it's officially time to panic. No matter how minor Johan Santana claims his elbow stiffness is, and no matter how "extra, extra, extra careful" manager Jerry Manuel claims ...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 97 reads 2 comments

  14. Shea No More: Historic Home of Mets Officially Rests in Ruins

    At 11:25 this morning, Shea Stadium was officially no more, gone from the view of drivers on Queens' Whitestone Expressway, but hardly forgotten from the memories of Mets fans who spent the last 46 years passing through its gates...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 170 reads 1 comments

  15. Favre Era Ends '4' Jets: Team Must Move On Without 'Brett Regrets'

    Exhale Jets fans, it's over (we think). Brett Favre announced his intentions to retire from the National Football League for the second time in less than a calendar year, and this time it's likely for good...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 60 reads 0 comments

  16. A-Rod's A-Bomb Leaves Us Wondering: Has Baseball Become A-Fraud Itself?

    I don't know about you, but as a baseball fan, today I feel totally broken=hearted. If you're a sports fan, and more specifically a fan of Major League Baseball, it's difficult to feel ...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  17. New York Mets Spring Training Preview: Starting Pitchers

    When it comes to the starting rotation of the New York Mets, the theme may very well be the more things change, the more they stay the same.The first four spots in the rotation remain unchanged from 2008, and it all starts at the top with Johan Santana...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 361 reads 4 comments

  18. Manny, Madoff, and the Mets: Fate of Slugger, Stadium Rights Tied to Broker

    Should Manny Ramirez find himself playing somewhere other than Flushing in 2009, Mets fans might be forced to blame somebody with absolutely no connection to their baseball team...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 261 reads 2 comments

  19. Knick of Time: New York's New Regime Proving Patience Pays Off

    If you're a Knicks fan, and you're having trouble remembering the last time you were able to enjoy yourself watching your team play, I can't blame you...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 319 reads 7 comments

  20. New York Jets: High 'Rex'-Pectations and Bringing Back Brett Favre

    If you ask Rex Ryan, these won't be the same old Jets. Of course if you ask owner Woody Johnson, it might be another season with the same old quarterback...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 261 reads 1 comments

  21. Attention Gang Green- Go Get Gruden!

    With the news coming down of the Tampa Bay Bucs firing head coach John Gruden after seven seasons, which including winning Super Bowl XXXVII, I decided to write a letter to Jets owner Woody Johnson and the team's general manager, Mike "Mr...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 1,596 reads 7 comments

  22. "Lowe" Blow: New York Mets Turn to Oliver Perez After Atlanta Snatches Starter

    Having now missed out on signing Derek Lowe, who agreed to a four-year, $60 million contract with the Atlanta Braves, the New York Mets must now turn to plan B to fill out their starting rotation...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 310 reads 2 comments

  23. Syracuse-Georgetown: "Hoy" Vey—Orange Lays Egg, Falls 88-74

    A 16-1 record can make a lot of problems disappear. Problems with turning the ball over, shooting free throws, and rebounding the basketball don't keep you up at night when your team is a desperation 60-foot prayer from being undefeated...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 131 reads 2 comments

  24. New York Mets Missing the Point with Manny Ramirez

    As of Jan. 8, the New York Mets and manager Jerry Manuel are set to field the same starting lineup that was largely responsible for their second September collapse in as many seasons...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 1,201 reads 15 comments

  25. New York Jets Analysis: What Now?

    Following their late season collapse, the Jets decided to can their head coach, Eric Mangini. He became the scapegoat for what many will argue was a failed experiment with Brett Favre...

    Adam Fier Written by Adam Fier about over 5 years ago 31 reads 0 comments