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The newest question that is being asked is “Will CC opt out of his contract?….If he was worth $23 million when he was a Cap’n Crunch-eating, soda-pop-drinking slob, what does he believe he is worth now?..
When CC was asked by the New York Post if he was going to opt out, he stated “Anything is possible in a contract. Who knows what is possible, but I am not thinking about anything beyond Opening Day.”
Youtube phenomenon Keenan Cahill takes on “GO NY GO” with Knicks Landry Fields, Andy Rautins and the Knicks City Dancers…The Knicks are doing an above average job of marketing their team…Now they just have to start playing better than .500 ball…This is pretty funny…
Yankees Pitchers and Catchers Report to Spring Training Today with- No Pettitte. No Lee. No Problems… now theres a reason to have a happy valentines day!
By Eric Beard, writing from Barcelona
Spanish paper MARCA reported today that Chelsea are preparing to place a 59 million euro bid for the Arsenal captain this summer. The article states that Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich believes Barcelona cannot match the wages he is ready to offer…
The team that plays together, wins (championships) together.
8 days until pitchers and catchers report for spring training!! :D
Andy Pettitte told people earlier this winter hed pitch if yanks got Lee but wouldnt if Lee went else where..Pettitte kept his word and tomorrow after all of his accomplishments including16 years in the majors, 13 for the Yankees, 240-138 with a 3.88 ERA, two 20 win seasons, major-league record 19 postseason victories (19-10), won 203 regular season games, 18 playoff games and five World Series rings as a Yankee, he will announce his retirement. Pettitte was always my favorite favorite lefty.. my favorite ace. Thank you for 16 amazing years and thank you especially for being a part of my childhood, THANK YOU. Enjoy your retirement…well earned
St. John’s not only beat Duke on Sunday but destroyed the Blue Devils at Madison Square Garden in front of a capacity crowd and national television audience, 93-78. And it wasn’t even that close. The Red Storm had a 21-point lead at the half. St. John’s shot 58 percent from the field and 3-of-5 from 3-point range as compared to 5-of-26 on 3-point attempts for Duke. That tells the tale right there. The Johnnies were able to get to the basket at will and didn’t have to shoot outside shots, while Duke had to settle for all outside shots and couldn’t knock them down. Dwight Hardy led the Johnnies with 26 points and Justin Brownlee had 20 points, nine rebounds and six assists. Nolan Smith led Duke with 32 points. It was a signature win for Steve Lavin and his team, not only for this season and their hopes of making the NCAA tournament but for the program.