Major League Soccer has placed their chips in New York. As expected, the 20th member of America’s top tier of soccer will reside within the five boroughs, with many looking at Queens as a likely destination.
Kenny Ducey and Eric Mollo react to Mike Trout's first career cycle, talk about the craziest story of the year thus far in Evan Gattis, and wonder who's the best young pitcher out there in a jam-packed episode.
Indiana Pacers head coach Frank Vogel was outspoken in his remarks after his team beat the Knicks last weekend to move on to the Eastern Conference Finals against the Miami Heat. He referred to the Heat as "the next team that's in our way."
Kenny Ducey wonders why the Nationals would keep such a struggling second-baseman in the lineup, and recaps the week for the Yankees and Mets. He also catches you up on the latest stories in baseball, including the re-birth of the #Windians
The Rangers are playing Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals in Boston on Sunday. The Broadway Blueshirts dropped game 1 of the series 3-2 after an overtime goal from Brad Marchand sunk New York.
Tom Haberstroh is one of the many people that was impacted by LeBron James’ infamous decision to head to South Beach in 2010. Having never taken a journalism class, Haberstroh was hired by ESPN.com as an analytics writer for ESPN’s Miami Heat Index.
It has been 35 years since we have seen a horse win the Triple Crown. After taking the Kentucky Derby, Orb can take one step closer to immortality by winning the Preakness tonight in Baltimore.
The Yankees welcomed back Curtis Granderson this week from a fractured forearm suffered when he was hit by a pitch in spring training. The 32 year-old has been a mainstay as the starting center fielder in New York since arriving in 2010. He’s hit over 40 home runs in each of the past two seasons, transforming himself from a speedster who knows how to get on base into a power hitting machine.
It's not often you see a team skate off to a standing ovation, but that's what went down Saturday night in the final Islanders game to be played at the Nassau Coliseum. They gave the fans one heck of a show, leading the Penguins 3-2 14:44 into the 3rd before a Paul Martin shot found the back of the net and sent the game to Overtime. The Isles continued the offensive, as they had all game, but it was a chance off the stick of a Penguin, Brooks Orpik, that ended the game 4-3 and the series 4-2.