It looks like the Knicks are closing in on a new general manager — but not a team president. After many conversations and a dinner meeting with acting team president Steve Mills on Friday, the Knicks are moving toward contract negotiations with David Griffin to become the team’s next general manager, according to an ESPN...
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- Knicks closing in on David Griffin for general manager post
By Post Sports Desk - Sunday Jul 9, 2017
- North Korea Accuses U.S. of ‘Mugging’ Its Diplomats in New York
By CHOE SANG-HUN - Sunday Jun 18, 2017
Officials returning from a United Nations conference were about to board a plane when federal agents seized a package they were carrying.
- Giants GM Evans discusses Nuñez deal, trade deadline
By Henry Schulman - Wednesday Jul 26, 2017
A day after trading Eduardo Nuñez to the Red Sox for two pitching prospects, general manager Bobby Evans was not ready to predict if more deals will come before Monday's nonwaiver trade deadline. With so few teams in contention, Evans suggested he might hold onto players he is willing to deal until he can get more potential buyers involved over the winter The Giants got a 22-year-old right-hander named Shaun Anderson, the Sox's third-round draft pick last year, and will send him to Class A San Jose, where they plan to watch his innings a year out of college ball at Florida. Santos is what's known in the business as a "lottery ticket" who has the look of a player who could hit it big, but is hard to project because of his youth. Other evaluators have not been that effusive, saying Anderson projects as a middle- or back-end starter, or just as likely a reliever with two good pitches. A longtime scout who is not familiar with either of the two pitchers the Giants received, said Red Sox general manager Dave Dombrowski is not on a five-year plan. Efforts to trade Cueto are complicated by his blister issue and the potential opt-out in his contract. The possibility that he might NOT opt out of his contract, and be on the books for another four years at more than $85 million, surely would scare almost any team away from submitting a blocking claim in August for fear the Giants would say, "OK, he's yours." Teams value his durability, he has great stuff and he would be under contract for three more years. The Giants could remove a lot of money from the books by trading Samardzija, although Evans said he is not under orders to use trades to corral payroll. The front office has expressed seemingly contradictory views: that it wants to keep its core together, yet understands it might have to trade players with long-term contracts to acquire important rebuilding pieces. In other words, the Giants could trade a player or two whom they signed long-term and still keep the team largely intact. Henry Schulman is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.
- Child contracts influenza virus from pig at state fair
By Fox News - Wednesday Aug 16, 2017
A child who contracted a variant of the influenza virus after coming into contact with an infected pig at the North Dakota State Fair has been released from the hospital and is continuing to recover. The child’s illness, which marks the first such case in the state, was detailed in a news release issued by...
- Top U.S. General Readies Military Plan for North Korea, but Pushes for Diplomacy
Monday Aug 14, 2017
The Pentagon’s top military officer says the focus remains on finding a diplomatic solution to the North Korea missile crisis, even as the military works up its own options.
- South Korea Leader Hopes for Unified Olympic Team With the North
By CHOE SANG-HUN - Saturday Jun 24, 2017
If the North and the South form a team for the Winter Games next year, it would represent a major milestone in inter-Korean relations.