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Considering 2013 has been a “nightmare” for the Yankee legend, many expect Derek Jeter to exercise his fourth-year player option and return to the Yankees for another run in 2014. He is Derek Jeter, after all, and Derek Jeter couldn’t possibly end his career on that note. Right?
After the New York media had spent the previous week singing his praises, hailing him a changed man, he goes and gets ejected/possibly suspended for Game 4. Once a pipe layer, always a pipe layer. Details after the jump.
A quick refresher for everyone: although they both start with the same three letters, “sex” and “sexual assault” are not synonyms. More at The Jane Dough.
There were many reasons the Knicks fell 105-100 to the Trail Blazers last night. Letting Portland shoot over 50 percent rom the field is right at the top of that list. Getting off to a terrible start is up there, too. So what or whom did the New York tabloids blame? You probably have a guess, and it’s probably right. See it for yourself after the jump.
This New York Post Article About A Domestic Violence Incident Has An Extremely Unfortunately Placed Ad
A few moments ago, I came across this New York Post article concerning Hal Douglas Quinn, owner of MLS club FC Dallas, who’s accused of beating, choking and smothering his wife, Elizabeth, with a pillow until she passed out. Then I noticed the ad on the right side of the page.
New York Scribes Are Freaking Out Over Eli Manning And The New York Giants, Write The Same, Worthless Column
The Cincinnati Bengals walked all over the New York Giants on Sunday, easily coasting to a 31-13 win with stellar defensive line play and an efficient 21-30 for 199 yards and 4 TDs from QB Andy Dalton. It’s New York’s second consecutive loss. Still, the team is 6-4 and leading the NFC East, so they can’t be playing that poorly, right?
Far be it for the Post to let one New York institution corner the market on marathon outage. Full image, after the jump.
It wasn’t just that the Yankees lost to the Tigers in the ALCS – it was that they looked completely helpless in doing it. And when a team that storied, with a payroll that big, looks that bad, people are going to make fun. And no one makes fun quite like an inspired New York Post.
Raul Ibanez Pinch Hits For A-Rod, Does Way Better Than A-Rod, New York Tabloids Being Real Dicks About It
Boy, what a night for Raul Ibanez, huh? Comes in as a pinch-hitter in the ninth inning, hits both the game-tying and game-winning home runs? Pretty amazing story. Must have been all anyone could talk about… or not.