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Yankees face unfamiliar problem finding Gerrit Cole rotation help
Call this The Case of the Missing 40 Percent. As the Yankees stand now, still in...
Knicks only want mercurial Russell Westbrook on the cheap
If Russell Westbrook is on the discount rack, Knicks president Leon Rose is all in, according...
Dominic Smith can't wait to play for Steve Cohen
Dominic Smith watched the new owner's introductory press conference and later spoke with him personally. And...
Golden Tate denies 'unacceptable' Giants outburst was sabotage
Golden Tate got carried away. He wasn't trying to get traded away. In his first interview...
Masters leaderboard packed with stars and storylines
AUGUSTA, Ga. — You've been waiting 19 months for this Masters, and you wanted the wait...


Kim Ng's perseverance was rightly rewarded by Marlins
The memories poured out of Dan Evans like Niagara Falls on Friday: Interviewing Kim Ng for an internship 30 years ago at the brand...
How close is Tim Tebow to giving up on baseball dream?
Tim Tebow is keeping the faith. The Mets' 33-year-old minor leaguer hasn't played a game in more than a year, but recently told
Kim Ng hired as Marlins GM in historic baseball move
The Marlins made history Friday morning when they hired Kim Ng as general manager, making her the first female GM of any of the...
Giants have chance to break Eagles' psychological hold on rivalry
The Eagles can't lose to the Giants. It's an impossibility — like counting all the stars in the sky or staying dry in the...
Trevor Lawrence is worth rooting for Jets ignominy
No fan base wants to be associated with a laughingstock that brings it shame week after week after week, until the unrelenting nightmare mercifully...
Paul Hornung, NFL Hall of Famer, dead at 84
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Paul Hornung, the dazzling "Golden Boy" of the Green Bay Packers whose singular ability to generate points as a runner, receiver,...
Potential Knicks pick Killian Hayes hoping he 'shocked' draft doubters
The NBA will find out Wednesday if Killian Hayes becomes the Knicks' latest point guard of the future. In recent live workouts, Hayes believes...
Knicks only want mercurial Russell Westbrook on the cheap
If Russell Westbrook is on the discount rack, Knicks president Leon Rose is all in, according to NBA sources. With Chris Paul's trade situation...
Kendrick Perkins: Nets could be potential James Harden landing spot
Stories of the Nets trying to build a "Big Three" just won't go away. And the latest is adding the biggest scorer in the...


Henrik Lundqvist's Capitals transformation is nearly complete
Henrik Lundqvist has a new shade of red, white and blue. The former Rangers goaltender showed off his new Capitals pads last week and...
NHL widow Emily Cave lashes out at COVID-19 deniers
Emily Cave has a message as fellow Albertans gripe about coronavirus restrictions. The Canadian province has seen a COVID-19 cases skyrocket this week with Premier...
NHL's preferred 2020-21 season scenario doesn't include hub cities
All of the options being considered by the NHL remain on the table following Thursday afternoon's Board of Governors virtual meeting, in which teams...
Giants, Jets fans: Check out these top draft prospects' games
While the Giants will chase a second straight win, the Jets are off this weekend, making room for more time to watch college football...
College football season 'going to hell' amid COVID-19 outbreaks
College basketball was robbed of a postseason in March because of the coronavirus. Eight months later, college football is in a race to the...
Ivy League winter sports canceled due to coronavirus pandemic
The Ivy League has canceled its winter sports for the 2020-21 season because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the league announced Thursday. There also...


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