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Palladino: Drafting Value Over Need Could Backfire On Jets, Giants

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The Jets had holes all over their roster and thought, “safety first.”

The Giants needed to shore up their blocking, so they picked a pass-catching tight end. 1,055 more words

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Palladino: Giants Must Go O-Line First To Shore Up Unstable Blocking

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It made total sense for Jerry Reese to tell the media last week that he has no plans to move out of Thursday night’s 23rd pick in the NFL Draft. 674 more words

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Palladino: Hicks And Carter Should Keep Yankees' Power Switch On

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It’s not that the Yankees don’t miss the consistent power Gary Sanchez expects to bring to the lineup. 633 more words

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Palladino: Mets Are Smart To Let Reyes Battle Out Of Slump

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A lot of bad things happen even to the best of good players in April.

So let’s all take a breath and stop the hysteria over Jose Reyes’ slow start. 698 more words

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Palladino: History Shows Yankees' Rebuild Around Power Is Way To Go

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The art of reloading has rarely if ever presented the Yankees with a problem. But there’s a difference between a reload and a rebuild. 785 more words

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Palladino: Mets' Bruce Shows Fundamentals Can Beat The Annoying Shift

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Ever since Indians’ player-manager Lou Boudreau introduced the defensive shift against Red Sox great Ted Williams in July of 1946, sluggers have looked at that maneuver as sort of a test of manhood. 675 more words

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Palladino: Beckham Showing No Signs Of Reform This Offseason

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In the old days of “Saturday Night Live,” Gilda Radner would come on as newscaster Rosanne Rosannadanna and moan, “It’s always something.” 916 more words

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