Gang Yankees?

Written by Jill Colvin on . Posted in Posts, Sports

The feud between Yankees and Red Sox fans may go back generations, but this is taking it a little far. A group of East Harlem parents is calling on the New York Yankees to stop selling official team hats that blatantly feature gang colors and symbols. Yes, you read that right. Gang symbols. The hats [&hellip
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Sharapova To Defend Title in Style

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Want another reason to attend the US Open at Flushing Meadows in Queens next week? Click here. Defending champion Maria Sharapova, whose tennis abilities are only overshadowed by her unparalleled sexiness, unveiled her newest dresses and evening gowns last night atop Rockefeller Center that she will wear during the competition. Wow. Temperatures are supposed to [&hellip
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Padres Cool Off Mets

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

Jake Peavy must be the Iceman (pictured), because the San Diego starter cooled off the recently ablaze New York Mets last night, striking out 11 in the Padres’ 7-5 win. The Blue and Orange entered the contest having won four straight games and eight out of nine, but Peavy—second in baseball with an infinitesimal 2.19 [&hellip
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Beltran, Castillo Conquer SD’s Juggernauts

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

San Diego pitchers Chris Young and Trevor Hoffman are so frugal when it comes to giving up runs, they make Ebenezer Scrooge look like Mother Teresa. But last night, the New York Mets left the two Padre fireballers muttering “Bah, humbug!” after Carlos Beltran tagged Young for four runs and Luis Castillo singled home the [&hellip
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Angels Feast on Moose

Written by Jason Singer on . Posted in Posts, Sports

All things considered, New York Yankee starter Mike Mussina probably felt pretty lucky that he left Angel Stadium intact last night, instead of the Angels mounting his carcass on their clubhouse wall. Anaheim bombarded “Moose”for seven runs and seven hits in just 1.2 innings—the shortest outing of Mussina’s distinguished 16-year career—as the Angels embarrassed the [&hellip
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