I don't know who gave Mets GM Sandy Alderson the idea that Daniel Murphy was expendable after his October home run barrage. Yes, the fact remains he ran out of gas in the World Series, and New York lost in 5 to Kansas City. For some reason, the Wilpons decided they didn't need Murphy anymore, and, oh, how he has made them pay in the first 3 1/2 months of the season.
Consider: With Murphy gone, the Mets traded for Neil Walker, and looked like geniuses doing so, since Jon Niese hasn't
It has been the longest running con job in broadcasting history. Yes, it'll come to an end soon, but not soon enough.
I'm referring to WFAN afternoon host Mike Francesa, whom the tabloid press refers to as "The Sports Pope", because he projects the image of knowing about the subjects he covers on his show, when he is routinely roasted by sports media critics for being, well, a fraud.
It's about the only thing I'd actually agree with New York Post media gadfly
Twice in the last three weeks, in the WNBA & NFL drafts, there were chances of players with ties to my home turf getting drafted. Unfortunately, the pro leagues have once again treated upstate New York like the late Rodney Dangerfield. No respect!
Start with the WNBA. Jamaican-born Shereesha Richards, who makes her off-season home in New Jersey, was assumed to be a lock to be taken in the draft after dominating the America East in 4 seasons at the University at Albany. Didn't
It's safe to say that 2015 was a lost season for Jenrry Mejia. Now, his career is lost, and, unless you buy into his denials, it's his own fault.
Mejia was forced to sit on the sidelines for most of 2015, and watched as his Mets teammates upset the applecart, won the NL East, eliminated Los Angeles and Chicago, and advanced to the World Series, where they fell in 5 games to Kansas City. Mejia was injured on Opening Day, opening the door for Jeurys Familia to have a breakout season
For the second time, St. Louis is without an NFL franchise. The citizens have more than enough right to be upset, especially with someone they thought was one of their own.
Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who had to turn over control of his other franchises, the NBA's Denver Nuggets and the NHL's Colorado Avalanche, to his son when he bought the Rams six years ago, won the bid to move his club back to Los Angeles after an absence of 21 seasons. And so it is that the team once known as the