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By Ernie Palladino
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The wide eyes of youth narrowed long ago. If they ever asked the question “What now?” when faced with a dilemma, they haven’t posed it in ages. 677 more words
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Playoff games are made of moments, and the Yankees can’t afford to have any more bad ones. 785 more words
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Ben McAdoo presents a perfect picture of a dead coach walking.
It happens just like that. First comes the losing — the close setbacks that make the difference between 0-5 and something somewhat more respectable. 652 more words
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First, the Yankees weren’t supposed to get to the postseason at all. Too young, too inexperienced.
“Hogwash,” they said. 723 more words
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The Yankees died by the curve Thursday night, and their season might be finished, too.
Even in a short, potentially five-game AL Divisional Series, it’s still too early to proclaim the Yanks dead, even after… 610 more words
1 week, 5 days ago
The Jets showed the past two weekends that, together, they can do weird and wonderful things.
Only the most ardent of Gang Green supporters could have imagined a 2-2 record after the first quarter of the season. 660 more words
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The Yankees know full well that anything can happen in a wild card round, even at home. 689 more words
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