HOCKEY’S BEST: MARCEL DIONNE

It was just another midseason game. It turned into something more, a personal duel between two All-Star centers: the New York Rangers’ hulking 33-year-old, Phil Esposito, and the Los Angeles Kings’ diminutive 25-year-old, Marcel Dionne –...

BASKETBALL’S BEST: KC JONES

Few NBA players have won distinction by scoring 7.4 points per game. Few have survived more than a season or two with career percentages of .387 from the floor and .632 from the free-throw line. But K.C. Jones not only survived, he thrived for nine seasons as a key...

BASEBALL’S BEST: Ice Box Chamberlain

His name was Elton; his friends called him Ed; and baseball writers dubbed him Ice Box, or Icebox, for the ice water that flowed through his veins. According to historian Lee Allen, Elton got his nickname because he was said to possess “austere calm in the face of all...

WORLD SERIES HISTORY-1967

The Boston Red Sox finally returned to the “Big Show” after a grueling twenty-one year absence to face a much more experienced Cardinals team. The National League champions had steamrolled over their competition and finished with an impressive 10½ game...

RADIOTROY/SUBWAY SPORTSPAGE THURSDAY MAY 29, 2020

    AP sources: Players want more games, no more salary cuts Baseball players appeared likely to propose more regular-season games this year while holding to their demand for full prorated salaries, people familiar with their deliberations told The...