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Derek Jeter has come a long way from his days of eating junk food, starting with his famous Seattle dinner in 1995, when he shared a burger with his father at an Emerald City McDonald's following his major league debut. When you're younger, I didn't
Dear American soccer fan, Now that Team USA has exited the World Cup following a truly amazing performance, you may be tempted to stop watching the World Cup altogether as there is no one for whom to cheer. But there's a remedy: You can throw your
Introduction Duke fans surround a U.N.C. player, Joel James, at a game in North Carolina. Gerry Broome/Associated Press Will Blythe, author, "To Hate Like This Is to Be Happy Forever" In this mobile and unforgiving economy, loyalty is provisional for
Before Curtis Granderson started his Mets career, he had some Yankee matters to wrap up. He apologized on Sunday to any Yankee fans or anyone in the organization who thought that a comment, made at his Mets introductory press conference in December,
Casco Bay Lines deckhand Nick Ferrara shovels off the deck of the car ferry Machigonne II following a snowstorm in Portland, Maine December 15, 2013...Midwest and East Coast swept into its final stage as it passed over New England on Sunday, with
So it is perhaps no surprise this giant St Bernard also wants to help the needy, albeit of a rather different kind. For nine-year-old Yankee has been letting dozens of stray cats cuddle up to him when he goes to sleep every night to shelter them from
Alex Rodriguez walked out of his ongoing arbitration hearing and walked into Mike Francesa's radio show Wednesday, announcing that he is done with the arbitration process unless or until MLB commissioner Bud Selig testifies at the proceedings.
A new law in New Amsterdam forbids any work or amusement including drinking, dancing and bowling on Sunday. On the same day, Governor Peter Stuyvesant orders the first price-fixing law, setting the price of white bread at about 8 cents a loaf...New
AP Mike Francesa's focus on the cash shows that A-Rod's team has been successful in clouding the real issues surrounding the Yankee slugger's 211-game suspension. Mike Francesa weighed in on the Alex Rodriguez circus on Friday with the take that
If Alex Rodriguez plays hardball with MLB, he might just whiff With more lawyers and publicists on his team than on a major league roster, the one-time Yankee superstar must be given credit for having the entire proceedings perceived as a circus.