New York Yankees
When the New York Yankees acquired Ichiro Suzuki last July, he fit perfectly into the organization's decades-long tradition of adding once-great players to squeeze the last bit of excellence from their careers.
In the Knicks' 116-107 win over the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday, Carmelo Anthony essentially acted out Bernard King's career in microcosm.(1)
The New York Mets held a holiday party for 100 local children on Tuesday, and it somehow turned into a public-relations crisis.(1)
It has been a complicated year for Jeremy Lin and the Houston Rockets, though Lin's 38-point haul in Monday night's 134-126 loss to the San Antonio Spurs may clarify things somewhat.(11)
It was misleading, it turns out, when the New York Knicks crushed the Miami Heat by 20 points on the road without Carmelo Anthony.
The New York Mets and New York Yankees don't make many deals with one another.(2)
Entering Thursday night's game against the Miami Heat, a shocking 112-92 win, it was still theoretically possible to downplay the impressive start to the season from the New York Knicks.
Each day, the New York tabloids vie to sell readers at the newsstands on outrageous headlines, dramatic photography, and, occasionally, great reporting. Who is today's winner?
The Mets will or won't end up trading R.A. Dickey, but they certainly want at least to see what the market looks like for him.
The New York Yankees have been a veteran-laden team reliant upon players well beyond the established norms for baseball peaks for years now. Fortunately for the Yankees, their veterans have managed to either stay healthy, or get injured in a neat, orderly fashion.
When Mets general manager Sandy Alderson met with the media on Sunday night at the winter meetings in Nashville, he suggested, correctly, that he has herculean task in front of him.
The New York Yankees have a catcher problem.
This week, the Baseball Writers Association of America released the 37 former major leaguers, retired for at least five seasons, who roughly 600 writers can vote into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. Twenty-four of these are newcomers.