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Mighty Quinn: April 12

Mighty finally wises up and picks the White Sox – no wonder there is a surplus! Mike Morris, President of the Mamaroneck branch of the MQFC with a baseball legend sighting: “While attending one of my many gigs, I met ...

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Boxer Sugar Ray Robinson dies at 67 in 1989

Charles Payne Sugar Ray Robinson at the Uptown Gym. (Originally published by the Daily News on April 13, 1989. This story was written by Michael Katz.) Sugar Ray Robinson, generally acknowledged as the greatest boxer in history, the man for ...

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Danny Willett wins Masters as Jordan Spieth collapses

AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Danny Willett in a green jacket was hard to believe considering he wasn’t even sure he could play the Masters two weeks ago. No one was more stunned than Jordan Spieth. Nine holes away from another ...

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Jordan Spieth holds one-shot lead entering Sunday at Masters

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images Jordan Spieth bogeyed the 17th hole and double-bogeyed 18th hole on Saturday. AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — What looked to be another march to the Masters for Jordan Spieth suddenly turned into a walk on the wild ...

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Mighty Quinn: April 10

The Mighty One is in a big hole Recent story you might’ve missed: NEWS ITEM — It took 30 years, but a guilty conscious led some one who stole a large metal sign in Florida to return it — along ...

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Mighty Quinn: April 9

Even Mighty can’t lose ’em all! Here’s another reason to avoid the state of North Carolina: NEWS ITEM — The head of North Carolina’s public safety agency says he will let his troopers on the road decide if drivers should ...

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Tom Watson concludes incredible career at Masters

Harry How/Getty Images Tom Watson concludes his legendary career at the Masters, missing the cut by just two shots. AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Tom Watson played his last round at the Masters on Friday. The two-time champion shot a 6-over ...

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Bryson DeChambeau might be Masters' most interesting golfer

Jae C. Hong/AP Bryson DeChambeau has a minimalist’s approach to golf, and there’s very little wasted movement in his swing. There is no golfer in this Masters field like Bryson DeChambeau. The 22-year-old amateur refined — rebuilt might be the ...

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Kenney: Anglers revel in the cold weather

On April 1, two popular New York fisheries officially opened. For saltwater aficionados there was winter flounder, and trout for freshwater fans. Note that the state’s special striped bass early season opened on March 16 for Hudson River anglers above ...

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SEE IT: Ernie Els seven-putts on first hole of Masters

Well, that escalated quickly. On Thursday, Ernie Els did what many of us have done on a golf course before, missing short putt after short putt in a frustrating display. Only Els did it on the first hole at the ...

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