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Keidel: Stanton Rumor Flies In Face Of Yankees' Supposed New Approach

By Jason Keidel
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In case you missed the 1980s, the Yankees were equal parts back page and Page Six.

The only decade since Babe Ruth in which the Yankees didn’t win a World Series title saw the Bombers and the Boss at their ornery best. 710 more words

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Keidel: Kyrie Can't Do Any Better Than Cleveland

By Jason Keidel

Three years ago, LeBron James served up some chicken soup for the NBA’s soul. Despite his run of four straight NBA Finals with the Heat, he decided to leave, trading sun, sand and sandals for snow, slush and Timberlands. 694 more words

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Keidel: Kyrie Can't Do Any Better Than Cleveland

By Jason Keidel

Three years ago, LeBron James served up some chicken soup for the NBA’s soul. Despite his run of four straight NBA Finals with the Heat, he decided to leave, trading sun, sand and sandals for snow, slush and Timberlands. 694 more words

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Keidel: Kyrie Can't Do Any Better Than Cleveland

By Jason Keidel

Three years ago, LeBron James served up some chicken soup for the NBA’s soul. Despite his run of four straight NBA Finals with the Heat, he decided to leave, trading sun, sand and sandals for snow, slush and Timberlands. 694 more words

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Keidel: Kyrie Can't Do Any Better Than Cleveland

By Jason Keidel

Three years ago, LeBron James served up some chicken soup for the NBA’s soul. Despite his run of four straight NBA Finals with the Heat, he decided to leave, trading sun, sand and sandals for snow, slush and Timberlands. 694 more words

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Keidel: Kyrie Can't Do Any Better Than Cleveland

By Jason Keidel

Three years ago, LeBron James served up some chicken soup for the NBA’s soul. Despite his run of four straight NBA Finals with the Heat, he decided to leave, trading sun, sand and sandals for snow, slush and Timberlands. 694 more words

Sports

Keidel: Kyrie Can't Do Any Better Than Cleveland

By Jason Keidel

Three years ago, LeBron James served up some chicken soup for the NBA’s soul. Despite his run of four straight NBA Finals with the Heat, he decided to leave, trading sun, sand and sandals for snow, slush and Timberlands. 694 more words

Sports