The Rangers and Blackhawks, the NHL's and NBC's dream ratings date, continue to narrowly miss running into one another, as if this were the first act of a corny romantic comedy.
Yankees fans haven't had a lot of occasions this season to be thankful for Stephen Drew and Garrett Jones.
David Wright said Tuesday he'll return "sooner rather than later" from lumbar spinal stenosis, the scary-sounding back condition that has sidelined him since April 14.
Kellenberg's Nicolette Dilluvio said before teeing off Tuesday that she was worried a steady rain would adversely impact her score.
Lindsay Montemarano wants extra cheese on her pizza.
Former St. John's point guard Phil Greene IV is making the rounds, traveling from NBA city to NBA city to work out for teams, and believes he has a good chance of getting drafted.
American Pharoah arrived at Long Island MacArthur Airport Tuesday en route to Belmont Park, where on Saturday he will try to become the 12th Triple Crown winner in the Belmont Stakes.
Outfielder Mason Williams was ranked by Baseball America as the Yankees' No. 1 prospect entering the 2013 season. Entering 2015 he'd dropped to No. 30.
A day earlier, Michael Pineda paid homage to his mentor. "He's the king," Pineda had said of Mariners ace Felix Hernandez. "He's great. He's unbelievable on the mound. All pitchers love to see him [pitch].''
Before the Mariners played the Blue Jays on May 24 in Toronto, manager Lloyd McClendon had a feeling about struggling second baseman Robinson Cano.
Promptly at 8:45 a.m., American Pharoah got his first look at Belmont Park, the huge 1 1/2-mile oval on which he will attempt to give racing its first Triple Crown winner in 37 years.
Noah Syndergaard raised his black glove, the one inscribed with his nickname "Thor," and used it to shield his mouth from lip readers.
David Wright spoke with an uncomfortable urgency Tuesday, his words tumbling out of his mouth at a staccato pace. This was unusual.
Tom Flatley, a man of few words and many wins, has announced his retirement as the iconic football coach at Garden City High School after 30 years of unmatched excellence.
Darrelle Revis versus Richard Sherman?
On a chilly, wet Tuesday afternoon that felt more like November than June, the hero of spring arrived on Long Island, four days before his chance to be remembered forever.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter says he will resign from his position amid corruption scandal.
High school juniors from across Long Island will compete in the second annual Dan Daly Cup all-star lacrosse game at 8 p.m. June 24 at Mitchel Athletic Complex in Uniondale.
Prince Amukamara was talking about his leadership style when he mentioned that he played point guard on his high school's basketball team. Suddenly, from his right, a group of teammates who overheard the exchange began to heckle and taunt him and his hoop skills.
For one day, the Cosmos will become more than just a soccer team. They hope they will become bridge builders between the United States and Cuba.
Shortstop Gavin Cecchini has never hit like this since being drafted the Mets.
Mark Teixeira hit his 15th homer of the season Monday night, a grand slam against Felix Hernandez that helped send the Yankees on their way to a 7-2 victory.
Masahiro Tanaka has no idea. Nor does Joe Girardi, or anyone else for that matter.
When Daniel Geale was last seen in these parts, he offered the Australian equivalent of "no mas, mate" after picking himself up from a third-round knockdown by WBA middleweight champion Gennady Golovkin.
The Jets pulled out all the stops this offseason, upgrading their depleted secondary, adding playmakers to their receiving corps, and delivering depth to their offensive and defensive lines.
Giants fans did not get to see what Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is capable of last season.
The Islanders' move to Brooklyn is a complicated logistical undertaking, but it also is a sensitive one as they seek both to honor their history and retain the customers who have been part of it.
The voice rose up Monday night and caught Jacob deGrom's ear. He couldn't remember the exact inning, though the message stayed with him long after the fact.
In theory, the Mets again could reshuffle the deck.
Alain Vigneault usually is the coolest cat in Rangers-land, a guy who reveals little to reporters -- especially during the playoffs -- and seems to operate above the emotional fray.