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Knicks Preseason Update

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

The New York Knicks’ newest acquisition, Zach Randolph, is a changed man. The 6-foot-9 forward, who has a history of punching teammates in the face (that’s not a typo, this actually happened), played nicely with his new Knicks cohorts on Monday, taking time away from his busy schedule of assaulting and sodomizing strippers (allegedly) to [&hellip
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Yankees Suck!

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

In the words of immortal Alex Foley, “Get the fuck out of here!” That’s what the Cleveland Indians said to the New York Yankees by eliminating from the playoffs with a 6-4 victory last night at Yankee Stadium, and that’s what owner George Steinbrenner will be saying to manager Joe Torre if he follows through [&hellip
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Cleveland Rocks!

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

The New York Yankees defeated the Cleveland Indians all six times the two teams battled this season. The Yankees players entered yesterday’s game with 350 games of combined postseason experience, while the Indians players—if you took away Kenny Lofton—had a combined grand total of zero playoff experience. But none of that mattered last night at [&hellip
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Tussle With The Tribe

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Ah, the playoffs have finally arrived. The New York Yankees begin October against the Cleveland Indians tonight (6:30 p.m., WTBS) in Cuyahoga County on the banks of the Ohio River, and with the advent of the postseason comes the usual circus of questions that surrounds America’s most talked about team. Will Alex Rodriguez shrink under [&hellip
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Jury Awards Sanders $11.6 Million

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Crime Watch Our Town Downtown, Posts

The New York Knicks haven’t exactly been known for spending their money wisely over the past decade, and yesterday’s punitive damages verdict in the Isiah Thomas sexual harassment suit won’t help that image or their wallets. The jury ordered that the Knicks must pay the defendant, Anucha Browne Sanders, $11.6 million for harassment and for [&hellip
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Willie’s Staying

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

New York Mets manager Willie Randolph did a lot of losing the last month of the season, but one thing he won’t lose is his job. Mets general manager Omar Minaya announced yesterday that New York will retain Randolph, despite the team’s historic September collapse. “I do believe that Willie is going to continue to [&hellip
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