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  • Woman's 100-pound tortoise goes missing in New Mexico By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    WOMAN'S 100-POUND TORTOISE GOES MISSING IN NEW MEXICO

    ROSWELL, N.M. - A New Mexico woman is on a desperate hunt for her disappearing pet that can't run fast and can't be missed - a 100-pound...

    Running
  • Clint Frazier focusing on becoming a better defender By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    CLINT FRAZIER FOCUSING ON BECOMING A BETTER DEFENDER

    TAMPA - Clint Frazier believes one way to stay on the field this year is to become a better defensive outfielder. Talking Friday about...

  • Derrick Rose shows Knicks fans he's playing at a high level again By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    DERRICK ROSE SHOWS KNICKS FANS HE'S PLAYING AT A HIGH LEVEL AGAIN

    The uniforms were the same and the court was the same, but nothing about the Knicks at the Garden was how Derrick Rose remembered them....

  • At least 84 people dead from tainted liquor in India's northeast By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    AT LEAST 84 PEOPLE DEAD FROM TAINTED LIQUOR IN INDIA'S NORTHEAST

    GAUHATI, India - At least 84 people have died and another 200 have been hospitalized after drinking tainted liquor in two separate...

  • Yankees' J.A. Happ is not a fan of the 20-second pitch clock By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    YANKEES' J.A. HAPP IS NOT A FAN OF THE 20-SECOND PITCH CLOCK

    TAMPA - Starting on Saturday, many of the Yankees will get their first taste of working with a pitch clock. MLB is using a 20-second...

    MLB
  • Mets acting mysterious regarding Jed Lowrie's sore knee By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    METS ACTING MYSTERIOUS REGARDING JED LOWRIE'S SORE KNEE

    PORT ST. LUCIE - The Mets are keeping quiet on exactly what is causing Jed Lowrie's knee soreness. In a possible philosophical shift...

  • Brian Cashman: George Steinbrenner couldn't sign every star in today's MLB By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    BRIAN CASHMAN: GEORGE STEINBRENNER COULDN'T SIGN EVERY STAR IN TODAY'S MLB

    TAMPA - One final time with gusto: The game as George Steinbrenner knew it has been dead for a long time. And those who think it is...

    MLB
  • Paul George's last-second floater in double OT propels Thunder By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    PAUL GEORGE'S LAST-SECOND FLOATER IN DOUBLE OT PROPELS THUNDER

    OKLAHOMA CITY - Paul George floated in a basket with less than a second remaining in double-overtime, capping a 45-point night with...

  • Emmanuel Mudiay shows he still can be part of the Knicks' plan By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    EMMANUEL MUDIAY SHOWS HE STILL CAN BE PART OF THE KNICKS' PLAN

    Emmanuel Mudiay is still part of the plan. Returning for his first game since suffering a shoulder injury on Jan. 23, Mudiay came off...

  • Former Deputy Chief Inspector for NYPD dies at 104 years old By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    FORMER DEPUTY CHIEF INSPECTOR FOR NYPD DIES AT 104 YEARS OLD

    Former NYPD Deputy Chief Inspector John Downer, who joined the force in 1941 and served more than 30 years, died this month at the...

  • 1969 Mets hero Cleon Jones clears up 50-year-old Gil Hodges mystery By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    1969 METS HERO CLEON JONES CLEARS UP 50-YEAR-OLD GIL HODGES MYSTERY

    PORT ST. LUCIE - Fifty years later, Cleon Jones wants to set the record straight regarding what happened that 1969 day in left field...

  • Nets forward knows best way to bust out of shooting slump By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    NETS FORWARD KNOWS BEST WAY TO BUST OUT OF SHOOTING SLUMP

    Treveon Graham will make his return Saturday night to Charlotte, N.C., where he played the first two years of his NBA career and shot...

    NBA
  • Looks like Texas Tech will have it covered against Kansas By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    LOOKS LIKE TEXAS TECH WILL HAVE IT COVERED AGAINST KANSAS

    The last tine Texas Tech and Kansas met, Allen Fieldhouse was rocking and so were the Jayhawks, to a 79-63 victory. Texas Tech has...

    Tech
  • ‘Horror House' parents of 13 plead guilty to torture, abuse By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    ‘HORROR HOUSE' PARENTS OF 13 PLEAD GUILTY TO TORTURE, ABUSE

    RIVERSIDE, Calif. - As prosecutors brought charges of cruelty and torture against a California couple who had shackled and starved...

  • The lineup reality Mets would like to avoid By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    THE LINEUP REALITY METS WOULD LIKE TO AVOID

    PORT ST. LUICE - The hard numbers largely go unspoken in the Mets' clubhouse so as not to jinx the situation. Robinson Cano is 36 years...

  • Rangers finally have timetable for young center's return By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    RANGERS FINALLY HAVE TIMETABLE FOR YOUNG CENTER'S RETURN

    Brett Howden was retroactively placed on injured reserve Thursday, but the Rangers' 20-year-old center took another step in recovering...

  • Desperate Seton Hall won't keep St. John's from advancing NCAA hopes By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    DESPERATE SETON HALL WON'T KEEP ST. JOHN'S FROM ADVANCING NCAA HOPES

    There is much at stake in Saturday night's Big East rematch featuring Seton Hall and St. John's. Both teams have been in recent bubble...

  • Teen fatally shot in Brooklyn may have been innocent bystander By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    TEEN FATALLY SHOT IN BROOKLYN MAY HAVE BEEN INNOCENT BYSTANDER

    A 15-year-old boy was fatally shot in Brooklyn Friday evening and police believe he may have been an innocent bystander, sources said....

  • Welcome to a Mets camp guided by a new philosophy By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    WELCOME TO A METS CAMP GUIDED BY A NEW PHILOSOPHY

    PORT ST. LUCIE - On the field Friday, the Mets started to practice what they preach. Situational hitting, more focus on baserunning...

  • Nets finally have their health, but now the real challenge begins By New York Post   -   Feb 23, 2019

    NETS FINALLY HAVE THEIR HEALTH, BUT NOW THE REAL CHALLENGE BEGINS

    The Nets are the healthiest they have been all year as they head into the final 22 games of the season. And yet, they are now left...

    Health