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    For a little while on Sunday, Yankee Stadium echoed with the sounds and memories of champions. The ballpark was full and loud as the Bombers honored World Series champion Paul O’Neill in a ceremony to retire his number. Fans roared as the Yankees from the 1990s dynasty teams were announced and chanted O’Neill’s name. “There’s so many dreams in life that don’t always come true. That’s why I’m really celebrating this day. Because this is the biggest dream that I’ve ever had in my life,” O’Neill said. “And I appreciate everything.” O’Neill and his family unwrapped a plaque in Monument Park and watched as his number, 21, was added to the wall over the left field bleachers along with the greats like Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle and Mariano Rivera. O’Neil, nicknamed The Warrior for his emotional play, won four World Series titles with the Yankees and appeared in five. He won the 1994 batting title and was a four-time All-Star with the Yankees, who acquired him from the Reds in 1993. “You Yankees fans, you make it so much fun to win...
    A Baltimore ex-gang member who uses graffiti to designate 'no shoot zones' to discourage gun violence around the city was shot in his back, neck and jaw on Wednesday.  'I was shot three times,' Tyree Moorehead, 46, told reporters on Wednesday. 'A bullet went through my jaw, my neck and one is still in my back.'   He is known for creating over 250 'no shoot zones' across Baltimore in places where someone was shot and killed to raise awareness for the issue.   A former gang member himself, Moorehead has admitted to shooting up to 20 people as a teenager before serving 11 years in jail following a shootout with police at age 15.  In a video posted to what appears to be Moorehead's Instagram page, he said he was shot near Monument Street while going to the store in central Baltimore. Moorehead apparently made it home after the shooting before police arrived, and the injured 46-year-old can be heard saying to medics 'I've been shot in my neck and my back, I think.' Tyree Moorehead, 46, shows reporters where he...
    WE all dream of getting on with our neighbours and hope our kids will get on with theirs too. But one woman has been left in a sticky spot with her neighbour after refusing to let her neighbour's son play with her toddler. 1Now the mum is terrified she's caused her family serious issues with their neighoburs for saying noCredit: Shutterstock The mum, who remained anonymous, took to Mumsnet, wondering if she was unreasonable for not letting him play with her child. She explained that she had recently moved into the building, so didn't know her neighbours very well. Not only that, but she thought it was odd that an 11-year-old and 13-year-old would want to play with a toddler who they have nothing in common with. She explained: "So we moved into a flat about 2 months ago with our 2 year old. The last 2/3 weeks I've had the downstairs neighbour's sons asking me repeatedly if my son can go and play with them. For reference, I don't know them at all." READ MORE NEIGHBOUR STORIESDRIVEN OUT My...
    It was expected. Now, it’s official. Miami Dolphins tight end Mike Gesicki will play the 2022 season on the franchise tag as he and the team did not reach terms on a long-term contract by Friday’s 4 p.m. deadline for tagged players. The franchise tag gives Gesicki another season in Miami before he again heads into free agency in 2023. The tag holds different values for different positions, and at tight end, Gesicki will be due $10.9 million in 2022. While it’s a hefty payday, considering he has earned $6.8 million over his first four NFL seasons, it’s not the long-term extension that NFL players ideally seek as they become established veterans in the league. “You’re obviously getting an increase in financial purposes and all that kind of stuff,” Gesicki said earlier in the offseason. “It’s obviously not the goal, the end-all, be-all goal. It’s definitely more team-friendly than it is player-friendly. But just giving me more reasons to come back here, continue to work hard and continue to be motivated and get back to work and help this team...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday President Joe Biden had no plans to back out of speaking to potential “super-spreader” attendees at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City. “Some of the president’s counterparts who will be in attendance at the U.N. this week have not gotten vaccinated,” a reporter noted at Psaki’s daily briefing. “Some have had Covid in the past. Any pause on sending the president into the U.N. General Assembly chamber and the potential that there could be a super spreader?” “We obviously take a range of precautions, including ensuring the president is tested — obviously he’s vaccinated, but there’s no intention to change our plans to have him deliver a speech there,” Psaki replied. Biden is scheduled to deliver his first speech as president to the U.N. on Tuesday. The organization is asking leaders on the honor system to only attend if they have been vaccinated, though Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has openly rejected the guidance. Bolsonaro denies having been vaccinated, though his immunization records are confidential under a 100-year secrecy order. The U.S. asked world...
    FOREIGN holiday hopes have been dealt a blow after a Cabinet minister suggested there are unlikely to be any new additions to the green list soon. Environment Secretary George Eustice said Brits should stay at home this summer as the spread of the Indian variant has wrecked plans to reopen travel. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 3Brits have been urged to holiday at home this summerCredit: PA He warned people not to go abroad "unless it's absolutely necessary" and those who do "have to understand there are obviously risks". His remarks came after chaotic scenes at airports as Brits tried to rush back from Portugal before it was slammed on the amber list this morning. Mr Eustice said it's up to people to "make their own individual judgements" whether they want to risk a trip abroad this summer. But he insisted the PM will prioritise protecting the unlocking at home over opening up more destinations for holidays. He said: "Basically now there are very few countries on that green list. Our advice all along has been...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Former Bruins captain Zdeno Chara was once the recipient of arguably the loudest and most intense ovation in the 26-year history of the TD Garden. That moment came during the Stanley Cup Final in June of 2019, when the captain was introduced in the starting lineup just days after suffering a broken jaw in the previous game. So in terms of adulation from Boston fans, Chara’s experienced the absolute peak of possibilities. That may have helped soften the obvious letdown of returning to the TD Garden as a visitor for the first time since 2006, only to be greeted by a sea of empty seats. READ MORE: Watch Live @ 2: Gov. Baker On COVID Vaccines In Massachusetts Chara, now a member of the Washington Capitals, played in Boston for the first time this season on Wednesday night. During a break in play in the first period, the TD Garden ran a video tribute, one that drew the attention of the players and coaches at ice level but one that obviously didn’t reach the eyeballs and hearts...
    TOTTENHAM star Gareth Bale says he has zero regrets over his Real Madrid fall-out. The Welshman ended his turbulent spell in Spain this summer by completing a season-long loan move back to his former club. Bale caused outrage in Spain when he posed with this flag Bale sparked anger by pretending to be asleep on the bench Bale, 31, won four Champions League titles at the Bernabeu in a seven-year stint but his time was marred with a string of controversies. Falling outs with supporters and manager Zinedine Zidane contributed to his exit while he was also heavily criticised for failing to learn Spanish and his love of golf. He caused fury in November on international duty when he posed with a flag that read "Wales, golf, Real Madrid - In that order." TRANSFER NEWS LIVE: Breaking news, juicy gossip and the biggest deals   Bale further angered Real chiefs at the end of last season when he was pictured on the bench pretending to sleep with his face mask covering his eyes and also cupping imaginary binoculars to his face....
    Dear Moneyist, My wife and I co-signed her nephew’s student loans so he could attend a small private college. Six years later, he has no degree, no job, no prospects, nor do I believe he has any ability to repay the loan. It’s around $55,000. He lives with his mother, and only on rare occasions does he return our calls or emails. His mother and grandparents have no means to repay this loan either. Aside from a time machine, what solutions do we have to avoid getting stuck with the tab for this mess? We believed in good faith that this smart young man would be successful and keep his word. We obviously bet on the wrong horse. Don’t want to be holding the bag in Des Moines Dear Niece, You loaned money to your nephew by co-signing his loan with the expectation that he would finish college, get a job and repay it. In other words, you co-signed the loan so your nephew would make the investment in his own future. The hard, difficult truth is that the actual...
    Getty Images If the Sixers are to pull off a first-round upset in their opening playoff series against the Celtics, they’re going to have to do it without All-Star point guard Ben Simmons. Simmons, who underwent surgery earlier this week to remove a loose body from his injured left knee, is expected to miss the best-of-7 series in its entirety. However, according to Celtics Brad Stevens, the Sixers offense is better off without Simmons on the floor. Stevens offered a sneak preview into next week’s potential first-round series against the Sixers, explaining how important the players who surround Simmons are for Philadelphia and why he believes they’re the league’s no. 1 offense when Simmons is out.Philly’s ‘Other Guys’“We’ve been looking at Philly, obviously, with the idea that they’re a likely opponent and they’re a heck of a team,” Stevens said. “In the games that (Ben) Simmons hasn’t played, they’re the no. 1 offense in the league. And the spacing, the shooting around, Embiid posting, the ability to play both bigs with Embiid and Al, and then small with...
    DENVER (CBS4) – When the NBA season resumes later this month in Orlando, the Denver Nuggets will be focused on so much more than just playing basketball. “Obviously safety – we all understand what the country is going through with coronavirus. And just as important, keeping the conversation on racial justice and how we can improve things not only in Denver but also around the world,” head coach Michael Malone said. Malone isn’t just game planning for a championship. This year, he’s also tasked with leading his players through uncharted waters. “The toughest part about this is that there is no playbook. There’s no one I can call up who has gone through what we are about to go through. We are going to learn as we go,” Malone said. Obviously everyone is looking forward to being back on the hardwood, but at the same time, it’s going to be harder than ever to just play the game. “I’m not worried about what the first practice is going to look like. I’m more worried about how I can keep...
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