Chipper Jones might never play again.
Bidding’s up to $1,420, or roughly what AIG itself is worth these days.
I was legitimately worried that someone in the SNY broadcast booth was going to jump out of the booth and kill himself.
The number is in honor of the team's '69 and '86 World Series wins.
In a world where the ongoing Red Sox–Yankees “saga” is rudely interrupted by the Tampa Bay Rays, it is no wonder that the artificial construction of a Mets-Phillies rivalry has been so labored and dogged.
We freely admit to the cheesiness of our soul. We loved every second of last night’s show.
Will the Mets play Rick Astley's "Never Gonna Give You Up" all year long? One can only hope.
Richard Gere has put his apartment in Julian Schnabel's Palazzo Chupi on the market, private-equity execs come down to earth, Sam Zell continues to be wacky, and Jeff Zucker and Harvey Weinstein fight like a couple of queens over 'Project Runway' in our daily roundup of real-estate, finance, media and law news.
And they told us all about it (and getting rained out of yesterday's Yankees opener) at last night's premiere of the movie 'Smart People.'