Some free agents who still could help the Mets: Sherman

Clockwise left to right: Collin McHugh, Yusei Kikuchi, Andrew Miller and Brett Gardner

A baseball official asked a question recently that froze me: When the lockout ends, if you ran the Mets and only could try to sign one, would it be Carlos Correa or Freddie Freeman? Wait. Didn’t the Mets already sign four pretty big free agents, notably Max Scherzer to by far the largest per annum … Read more

Knicks’ Kemba Walker, Evan Fournier dominate in return to Boston

Knicks' Kemba Walker, Evan Fournier dominate in return to Boston

Kemba Walker and Evan Fournier’s tenures in Boston ended in disappointing fashion last season, not unlike how their Knicks careers had mostly gone leading up to Saturday night. But the former Celtics backcourt came alive for their new team in their return to TD Garden, nearly lifting the shorthanded Knicks to a comeback before falling … Read more

Preview, predictions, what to watch for

Preview, predictions, what to watch for

An inside look at Sunday’s Jets-Dolphins Week 15 matchup at Hard Rock Stadium: Marquee matchup  Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa vs. Jets front seven  For the first two months of this season, there were rumors about the Dolphins trading for Deshaun Watson and moving on from Tagovailoa at quarterback. But the second-year signal-caller has been much better … Read more

Jets can’t start hoping again until disastrous season ends

Jets can't start hoping again until disastrous season ends

“If you’re honest,” Lon Chaney’s character, former marshal Martin Howe, tells Gary Cooper’s Will Kane in “High Noon,” “you’re poor your whole life, and in the end you wind up dying all alone on some dirty street. For what? For nothing. For a tin star.” Well, I’ll earn my tin star here, Jets fans. I’m … Read more