And Then There Were Three…

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The Spanish Elf, Tony Peña, who’s ears are the pointiest object in the public eye since Madonna’s Cone Bra circa the Blond Ambition Tour (click on next link for a pic of Pena’s ears), finished his interview with the Yankees yesterday, concluding the interview process for the team’s managerial opening. The Yankees front-office personnel will [&hellip
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Scorsese, DiCaprio Uniting For Fourth Time

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New York’s favorite filmmaker, Martin Scorsese, and his favorite actor, Leonardo DiCaprio, will work together for the fourth time on next year’s “Shutter Island,” Paramount Pictures and Columbia Pictures announced yesterday. The ageless Scorsese, who turns 167 next month, has always had a weird, almost creepy relationship with the much younger DiCaprio (Remember that prolonged [&hellip
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La Russa, Valentine Won’t Be Yanks’ Manager

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During the past few weeks, the New York Yankees have lost the American League Division Series to the Cleveland Indians; they lost their class via the Joe Torre fiasco; they might lose their best player, as well as mainstays Mariano Rivera and Jorge Posada, in the near future; and now, they’ve lost the most qualified [&hellip
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Jets Crash In Second Half

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It’s a sad day in New York when even the Cincinnati Bengals fans are laughing at your expense. But yesterday, even supporters of the team once known as the Bungles—named for their historic ineptitude—were basking in the Jets’ unparalleled suckage. Sunday’s embarrassment began in the third quarter, with New York leading 23-10. Gang Green managed [&hellip
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Torre Speaks Out

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At a press conference this afternoon, Joe Torre spoke with the New York media one last time, answering any and all questions from reporters. Just one day after rejecting a contract offer from the Yankees, Torre called the team’s proposal “an insult.” Of course, the Yankees would say it was insulting that Torre received $1.5 [&hellip
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Knights Bull-y South Florida

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The No. 2 South Florida Bulls came to Piscataway, New Jersey last night as college football’s Cinderella team in 2007. But as the clock neared midnight on the East Coast, Rutgers turned USF into something much worse than pumpkins—they turned them into losers. The Scarlet Knights, last year’s surprise team, upset the Bulls 30-27, ending [&hellip
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