Yanks Tumble in Tampa

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The Ghost of Summers Past haunted the New York Yankees last night, and his name was Dioner Navarro (pictured). Navarro, a Venezuelan catcher once considered to be the best prospect in the Yankees’ farm system before being traded for Randy Johnson in 2005, homered off Jeff Karstens in the bottom of 10th inning, lifting the [&hellip
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Pennington Ready For Takeoff

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New York Jets quarterback Chad Pennington appears ready to rejoin the starting lineup after missing last week’s 20-13 loss to Baltimore with an ankle injury. Pennington (pictured) took the majority of yesterday’s snaps at practice with the Jets’ first team, and head coach Eric Mangini noticed a marked improvement in the seven-year veteran’s comfort level [&hellip
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Mets Finally Win

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After collapsing faster than Senator John McCain’s presidential bid this summer, the New York Mets finally won a game on Wednesday, downing the Washington Nationals 8-4. The Mets entered the contest on a five-game losing streak, and their NL-East lead had shrunk from seven games to just two since last Thursday. But following their victory [&hellip
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Giant Injuries for NY

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Even before the season began, most NFL analysts picked the New York Giants to finish in last place in the NFC East division. Now, two weeks into the 2007-2008 campaign, the Giants’ record sits at 0-2 and yesterday the team placed their ninth player on the season-ending Injured Reserve list. It’s hard to imagine anything [&hellip
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