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‘Potter’
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SHOW REVIEW:
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BANKS’
VAULT
Ex-cop big
had $300K
in mystery
cash: probe
EXCLUSIVE
Former NYPD Chief of
Department Philip Banks’
(left) bank records showed
some $300,000 in
transactions that the FBI
called the hallmarks of
“money laundering,”
according to court records.
“The investigation has not
uncovered any legitimate
source for this income,” an
FBI agent wrote.
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Climate-change crusader Mike
Bloomberg announced on Sunday
that he’ll pony up $4.5 million to fulfill
the annual US commitment under the
2015 Paris climate-change agreement.
Since President Trump last year announced the US withdrawal from the
international deal to limit greenhouse emissions, the billionaire former mayor (right) has stepped forward to fill in the funding gap.
“America made a commitment and,
as an American, if the government’s
not going to do it, we all have responsibility,” Bloomberg told CBS’s “Face
the Nation.” “I’m able to do it. So, yes,
I’m going to send them a check for the
monies that America had promised to
the organization as though they got it
from the federal government.”
Bloomberg serves as the UN secretary-general’s special envoy for climate action.
The $4.5 million will support the
operations of the UN Climate
Change Secretariat, which helps
other countries implement their
Paris Agreement commitments.
The UN program had anticipated
$7.5 million from the United States, but
Congress
Congress allocated
allocated just
just $3
$3 million,
million,
so
so Bloomberg
Bloomberg said
said he’d
he’d make
make up
up
the
the difference,
difference, adding
adding he
he hoped
hoped
Trump
Trump would
would be
be willing
willing to
to fund
fund
climate-change
climate­change efforts
efforts next
next year.
year.
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President
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Bloomberg’s announceannounce­
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Earth Day
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Marisa
Marisa
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Schultz
Unions can pig out
Pols push ‘pork’
to boost benefits
By CARL CAMPANILE
It’s an election year for all state
lawmakers, and Albany is looking
to deliver the pension pork to
their union pals.
There are 119 pension-and-benefit sweetener bills under consideration for public-employee union
workers and retirees, and they
would cost taxpayers more than
$349 million.
And that’s likely a lowball estimate, because two-thirds of the
measures did not include a cost,
according to the Citizens Budget
Commission,
a
governmentwatchdog group.
“All of these bills should be rejected as they would increase taxpayers’ liabilities without improving services. It’s pension pork,”
said the CBC’s state director, David Friedfel.
Some of the measures attempt
to free union officials from
changes in contract negotiations
with local governments, while
others attempt to undo pension
cost controls approved over the
past decade, a review of the measures reveals.
The sweeteners include:

A bill allowing New York City
Correction workers with less than
10 years on the job to qualify for a
three-quarters disability pension.

Extending eligibility for a
three-quarters disability pension
to all state court officers, Department of Environmental Conservation rangers and officers, and
campus cops employed by CUNY
and SUNY.
The measures are championed
by Democratic Assemblyman Peter Abbate and Republican Sen.
Martin Golden, Brooklyn politicians who chair committees that
oversee government workers’
pension legislation.

Legislation sponsored by Sen.
Liz Krueger (D-Manhattan) that
would increase cost-of-living dis-
TROUGH GOING: State Sen.
Tony Avella is among politicians
supporting bills to increase unions’
pensions and disability benefits.
ability benefits and eliminate Social Security benefit offsets for
some New York City uniformed
officers at a cost of $47 million.

A gift for judges: All 1,271 state
judges would be able to use their
final year’s salary for pension purposes, forcing the state to pay a
retroactive $47 million.

Measures that would allow
teachers and state prison supervisors to retire early without a reduction of pension benefits, at a
cost of $83.5 million.
Ellis Kaplan
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Mike pays
Mike
pays $4M
$4M US
US climate
climate tab
tab

Providing higher disability
pension benefits for firefighters
by assuming all cancers suffered
by smoke-eaters across the state
are incurred in the line of duty.

Requiring that mandatory
overtime be used to determine final average salaries for pension
purposes. The proposal, the cost
of which is yet to be determined,
is being pushed by Sen. Tony
Avella (D-Queens).
Abbate, chairman of the Assembly Committee on Public Employees, defended the efforts to boost
compensation for workers and retirees.
“These are the people who keep
the state running. We have to take
care of them,” he said.
But Abbate admitted that some
of the bills are too costly to implement this year. In particular, he
said the early retirement bills, the
cost-of-living increases and the
pension sweeteners for judges are
too expensive to be passed in
2018.
But he added that passing bills
to make it easier for court officers
and environmental and campus
cops to qualify for three-quarters
disability pensions remains a high
priority.
“These people are on the front
lines,” Abbate said.
ccampanile@nypost.com
CUNY contract ‘ads’ to suspicious-spending probe
The City University of
New York bypassed procurement rules to steer a fat
$1.25 million, no-bid contract to a favored firm as
part of its ad and marketing
“rebranding”
campaign,
The Post has learned.
The Siegelvision contract
has raised eyebrows because there is no shortage of
ad-firm competition in New
York City, sources said.
“This is another example of
how CUNY and [State University of New York] non-
profits have been spinning
out of control. They need independent oversight from the
attorney general and comptroller and more transparency,” said John Kaehny, executive director of the watchdog group Reinvent Albany.
The ads in subway cars tout
CUNY as the “Greatest Urban University in the World.”
One ad boasts, “In Paris they
have a tower, In London they
have a bridge, In New York
we have a University.”
The state Inspector Gen-
eral’s Office is now investigating the contract as part of
its probe of the university’s
questionable spending.
A CUNY spokesman said
only, “We are cooperating
with the Inspector General’s
Office.”
Carl Campanile
A ‘King’s
ransom
for poster
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
SPELLBINDING:
SPELLBINDING:
“Harry Potter
“Harry
Potter and
and the
the
Cursed Child,”
Cursed
Child,” a
a twotwopart play,
part
play, follows
follows a
a
grown Harry
grown
Harry Potter
Potter
(Jamie Parker)
(Jamie
Parker) and
and his
his
wife, Ginny
wife,
Ginny (Poppy
(Poppy
Miller), as
Miller),
as they
they send
send
their son to Hogwarts.
nypost.com
A rare vintage poster for a
1955 Elvis Presley show in
North Carolina has sold at
auction for more than double the expected price.
The News & Observer of
Raleigh reports the poster
for a show on May 19, 1955,
in Raleigh sold this month
for $42,500. Giles Moon of
Texas-based Heritage Auctions says he had expected
the poster to sell for about
$20,000.
The poster advertises a
concert in Raleigh where
Presley was in the lineup
below Hank Snow, Faron
Young and other acts.
Moon says both the buyer
and the seller prefer to remain anonymous. He says
the buyer is from California.
The poster was made by
the Hatch Show Print shop,
based in Nashville.
AP
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Police in Oman have conducted two autopsies on the
body of Grammy-nominated electronic dance DJ
Avicii, who died Friday at
age 28, Sweden’s public
broadcaster says.
The autopsies didn’t reveal anything suspicious
and foul play has been ruled
out in the performer’s
death, public broadcaster
SVT reported Sunday, citing information from an
anonymous police official
in Oman.
The broadcaster says the
body has been cleared to be
taken back to Avicii’s native
Sweden, where he was born
as Tim Bergling.
Fans in Stockholm observed a minute of silence
in his honor Saturday. AP
Sen. Squirrel
The University of California, Berkeley has elected a
squirrel to its senate.
“Furry Boi” was named on
April 13 to the Associated
Students of the University
of California Senate, The
Sacramento Bee reports.
The man behind the critter, student Stephen Boyle,
will occupy the seat.
AP
Matthew Murphy; Inset: Manuel Harlan
‘No foul play’
in DJ’s death
H
ARRY Potter has come to
Broadway.
But The Boy Who Lived
is a boy no longer: He’s 37
years old and going through a
magical midlife crisis in J.K.
Rowling and Jack Thorne’s outstanding play, “Harry Potter and
the Cursed Child,” which opened
Sunday night.
And Broadway’s never seen
anything quite like it.
This family show is more than
five hours long and presented in
two parts, requiring two separate
tickets (and good luck getting
them). Much of the story is told
through Steven Hoggett’s brilliantly choreographed moves.
Witches glide across the stage,
clutching their robes and swishing them in rhythm. Stags are
brought to life in vibrant blue
flame, and people disappear into
thin air. Had Harry crooned a
ballad to his broomstick, “Cursed
Child” would be the best musical
of the season.
But there are no songs here.
Dad’s charisma and can’t
“Cursed Child” is very
stomach the spotlight.
much a play, and a capNevertheless, he sumtivating one at that.
mons the gumption to
There’s an air of mysgo on a Potter-y adventery around this show. JOHNNY
ture — and save, ruin
Ushers hand out but- OLEKSINSKI
and then finally save the
tons saying, “Keep the
Theater Review
day. While this is mainly
secrets,” to departing
“Harry
Potter
a time-travel story in
theatergoers, who have
and the
which Albus and Scorbeen urged to divulge
little of the plot of di- Cursed Child” pius try to rewrite hisHHHH
tory, it best succeeds as
rector John Tiffany’s
slick production. So At the Lyric Theatre, a drama about a father
214 W. 43rd St.
and son trying so hard
you won’t find any
to communicate but not
spoilage here — just
hearing each other.
some light fermentation.
While you’ll feel more at home
Although Harry Potter is the
name in the title, the real heroes if you’ve read Rowling’s books or
here are his 11-year-old son, Al- seen the films, Potter neophytes
bus (Sam Clemmett), just start- will certainly be moved by the
ing his first year at Hogwarts parent-child dynamics in this
School, and his best friend, Scor- play.
That said, the clunky dialogue
pius Malfoy (Anthony Boyle).
Yes, Malfoy, spawn of Draco, could have used some transfiguHarry’s platinum-blond nemesis. ration, because Tennessee WilBut Albus — named for Hog- liams, this isn’t — it’s barely Indiwarts’
beloved
headmaster, ana Jones. But nobody turns to
Dumbledore — has his own de- Harry Potter for Oscar Wildean
mons. He stinks at spells, lacks wit. If you’re after escape, laugh-
ter and a good cry, “Cursed
Child” delivers.
It also boasts some strong performers, many of whom made
the trip from London. The play’s
single biggest asset is Boyle’s
geeky Scorpius, who has no volume control but a pitch-perfect
knack for landing a punch line.
Jamie Parker’s Harry is a blend
of the curious teen we met in
1997 and a bedraggled 9-to-5’er.
Clemmett’s Albus will make you
wince remembering those school
days when it seemed nothing
would ever get better. And then
there’s the terrific Byron Jennings, who plays . . . well, I’ve
promised not to spoil it.
The Lyric Theatre has undergone a stunning renovation. Original artwork, fixtures, carpeting
and more are all Harry-themed
now. Clearly, the Potter producers,
like a renter who paints his walls
chartreuse, don’t think they’re going anywhere for a long time.
And, by Dumbledore, they may
well be right.
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
Con man
$tiffed
‘mobster’
FBI eyed former chief of
Ellis Kaplan
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By BRUCE GOLDING
and REUVEN FENTON
Prison might be the safest place for Ponzi
schemer Hamlet Peralta.
Peralta, whose $12 million fraud helped crack the
NYPD corruption scandal,
shortchanged a reputed
mobster from whom he
borrowed $100,000, according to an FBI affidavit.
Wiretaps of Peralta’s cellphone caught him twice
calling the Park Side Restaurant in Corona, Queens,
on March 7, 2015, and asking for “Tony,” who the
feds identified as eatery
owner and reputed Genovese crime-family captain
Anthony “Tough Tony”
Federici, Special Agent Joseph Downs wrote the following month.
During the first call, the
affidavit filed in Manhattan federal court says Peralta told Federici he had “a
$40,000 certified check for
you right now,” adding:
“I’m sending my guy to
you with the check.”
Peralta also promised
Federici the other $60,000
by March 9, and lamented
that “Sammy is going to
kill me,” in reference to
Sammy Tsioumas, who
Downs described as a
“longtime associate” of
Federici’s.
About three hours later,
Peralta called back and
Federici told him, “I got
the check.”
Peralta apparently didn’t
keep his word about paying the rest, because on
March 13, the feds recorded Tsioumas telling
him, “Tony is putting a lot
of pressure on me.”
When Peralta insisted
that “the money is coming
in either tonight or tomorrow,” Tsioumas responded
that money wasn’t the issue, and that Federici was
very upset because Peralta
HAMLET PERALTA
Never repaid $60,000.
wasn’t returning calls.
Peralta said he’d compensate Federici for dodging him and later mentioned 10 bottles of Remy
Martin Louis XIII cognac,
which sells for more than
$3,000 a bottle, the affidavit says.
But Peralta was still on
the hook as of April 20,
when a wiretap caught
him promising to pay
Tsioumas the next day.
Federici declined to
comment Sunday.
“I don’t know anything
about that,” he said. “If you
want a sandwich, I’ll give
you a sandwich,” he added
before muttering an expletive and storming inside
his restaurant.
Tsioumas later said Federici agreed to loan Peralta
$100,000 to finance the
purchase of liquor for a
planned Bronx strip club
after Tsioumas introduced
the two in the fall of 2014.
Peralta was supposed to
repay the money, interestfree, two months later, but
never coughed up anything beyond the initial
$40,000, Tsioumas said.
“I started calling Hamlet.
He said, ‘I’m going to give
you the rest of the money
this week.’ And that was it.
He just disappeared. And
that’s when he got arrested,” Tsioumas said.
“This guy was a sweet
talker . . . Everybody got a
little bamboozled there.”
EXCLUSIVE
By BRUCE GOLDING
A man who was once the highestranking uniformed officer in the
NYPD avoided charges in a corruption scandal that rocked the department — even though his bank records
revealed some $300,000 in transactions that the FBI called the hallmarks
of “money laundering,” The Post has
learned.
The feds’ investigation turned up
surveillance photos that show former
Chief of Department Philip Banks
making some of the deposits, while
other photos show “at least one other
person, whom the FBI has not been
able to identify, making deposits into
these accounts,” according to a sworn
affidavit filed in Manhattan federal
court.
“The investigation has not uncovered any legitimate source for this income in BANKS’s or his spouse’s accounts, which far exceeds both his
NYPD salary and the rental income
he received from properties he owns,
and which also far exceeds his
spouse’s salary as a nurse,” FBI Special Agent Joseph Downs wrote in the
affidavit.
Downs’ affidavit was part of an application for a cellphone wiretap that
was approved on Oct. 30, 2014 — one
day before Banks stunned the city by
abruptly rejecting a promotion to first
deputy commissioner and instead announcing his retirement from the
NYPD.
At the time, Banks said he quit because the new job “would take me
away from where I could make the
greatest contribution: the police work
and operations that I love so much.”
The mystery transactions involved
“numerous accounts” controlled by
Banks and his wife, Vonda Smith, and
were made between 2007 and 2013,
according to the affidavit.
During that time, Banks served as
executive officer of Patrol Borough
Brooklyn South, commander of Patrol
Borough Manhattan North and chief
of community affairs before his 2013
promotion to chief.
Banks’ annual salary in that post
was $201,096, payroll records show.
His cash deposits and withdrawals
were often made in “small increments,” according to the affidavit,
which cites seven deposits, ranging
from $520 to $1,200 each, that Banks
made on four dates between Aug. 26
and Nov. 3, 2013.
Someone else also deposited $1,540
and $60, respectively, into two of
Banks’ accounts on Sept. 8, 2013, the
affidavit says.
The “volume and pattern” of the
banking activity, along with other evidence, “is indicative of the Subject Offense of money laundering,” Downs
wrote.
“Specifically, based on my training
and experience, and participation in
this investigation, I know that individuals who wish to conceal the illegal sources of financial proceeds often make efforts to conceal those
proceeds by engaging in financial
transactions with banks or by having
third parties engage in such transactions that hide the true source of the
proceeds of unlawful activity,” he
said.
Downs’ affidavit was one of at least
five that were submitted to judges as
part of a sprawling investigation into
what turned out to be a $12 million
Ponzi scheme run by former Harlem
restaurant owner Hamlet Peralta, who
last year pleaded guilty to wire fraud
and is serving a five-year prison sentence.
The affidavits don’t detail when
the feds began investigating
Banks, but a Jan. 10, 2015, filing reveals that the Manhattan US Attorney’s Office asked the IRS to
join the probe in August 2014, citing the “unexplained cash deposits into the accounts of Banks and
his wife.”
The IRS agreed the following
December, Downs wrote, noting
that tax investigators found Banks
owned three properties in Queens:
his family home and two others
that “appeared to the IRS to be single family residences that may
have been subdivided for use as
rental properties.”
Banking records showed that
between 2007 and 2013, Banks’
tenants gave him money orders
and checks for more than $245,000
in rent — none of which he reported to the IRS, the affidavit
says.
The feds said that rental income
was separate from the mysterious
deposits.
“BANKS also did not report as
income the hundreds of thousands of dollars in unexplained
cash deposits reflected on the
bank records, as described in the
Prior Applications,” Downs wrote.
In addition, during “certain tax
years between 2007 and 2012,”
Banks and his wife apparently reduced their tax bills by not filing
their returns as “married filing
jointly or married filing separately,” the affidavit says.
“Instead, they each filed separately as ‘head of household,’ and
BANKS’s wife falsely listed her
address as the address of one of
the properties that BANKS in fact
rented out to other tenants, where
BANKS’s wife did not in fact live,”
Downs wrote.
At some point, Banks allegedly
invested $250,000 with Jona Rechnitz, a former fundraiser for
Mayor de Blasio who later
pleaded guilty to a corruption
charge as part of a cooperation
deal with the feds.
And on Dec. 16, 2014, the affidavit says, IRS agents served a subpoena on Banks’ tax preparer,
sparking a flurry of calls and text
messages between Banks and
Rechnitz.
The following Feb. 6, Banks was
caught on wiretap allegedly telling
Rechnitz that he had been informed he wouldn’t likely face tax
charges because “everything is really in [Banks’] wife’s name” and
that the punishment was “just going to be a penalty.”
Rechnitz — who last year testified that he lost about $500,000 in
Peralta’s Ponzi scheme, of which
only $150,000 was his own money
— was later caught on a March 6,
2015, wiretap telling his dad, Los
Angeles developer Robert Rechnitz, that he gave Banks’ money
back, along with a “nice return” of
5 percent interest, according to an
affidavit filed the following
month.
Downs wrote that the FBI believed that Rechnitz repaid Banks
— with interest — despite not
having been paid by Peralta, because Rechnitz was worried about
IRS scrutiny of Banks.
The US Attorney’s Office declined to say why it didn’t bring
charges against Banks.
But a senior law-enforcement official who was briefed on the investigation said, “It certainly looked to
me, based on the descriptions, that
they had a structuring case” —
which involves depositing small
amounts of cash to avoid detection
— and “potential money laun-
dering and tax evasion.”
But the official said prosecutors
“did not feel they had anything
that could stick in court and convict Banks.”
The official noted that “there
was no evidence that we saw that
he was taking any bribes,” but that
investigators learned Banks “was
sending his drivers to make cash
deposits” into his accounts using
ATMs.
Banks, 55, seemed stunned when
The Post confronted him at his
home Sunday afternoon with the
allegations contained in the affidavits. He began shaking uncontrollably and his eyes welled up with
tears before he said, “No, I have no
comment.”
Banks also said his wife had no
comment and referred The Post to
his lawyer, Benjamin Brafman,
who said the tax case was “resolved with no prosecution.”
Brafman also said the money at
issue came from an inheritance,
rent payments and “poker games,”
but declined to answer other
questions.
Additional reporting by Shawn
Cohen and Kevin Sheehan
bruce.golding@nypost.com
The FBI investigation of exNYPD Chief of Department
Philip Banks grew out of a probe
into a suspected liquor-wholesaling scam that turned out to be a
$12 million Ponzi scheme.
The feds began investigating
businessman Hamlet Peralta over
suspicions he was selling “stolen
. . . untaxed” booze and was engaged in financial chicanery to
cover up funding provided by
Banks, confessed cop briber Jona
Rechnitz and others, according to
an FBI affidavit.
Peralta has admitted he conned
a dozen investors.
The case led to a wiretap of
Rechnitz’s cellphone, and he secretly pleaded guilty as part of a
cooperation deal in June 2016 —
two months after The Post revealed the FBI probe.
Last year, Rechnitz was the star
witness at the corruption trial of
former correction-officers-union
chief Norman Seabrook that
ended in a hung jury.
Rechnitz is also set to testify
next month against ex-NYPD Inspector James Grant and Jeremy
Reichberg, a former pal of Rechnitz and a fellow fund-raiser for
Mayor de Blasio, in an alleged
bribery scheme that involves a
2013 private-plane trip to Las Vegas with a hooker.
Banks may be identified during
that trial as an “unindicted coconspirator,” a defense lawyer
said in court earlier this month.
A co-defendant in that case, former NYPD Deputy Chief Michael
Harrington, struck a plea deal in
March for zero to six months in
prison.
Harrington had worked under
Banks, and a senior law-enforcement official briefed on the federal investigation said prosecutors “wanted Harrington to cooperate and give up Banks.”
“But Harrington never flipped,”
the official said. “That ended the
possibility of going against
Banks.”
Three other ex-cops — Paul
Dean, Robert Espinel and
Gaetano “Guy” Valastro — are
awaiting trial in an unrelated
bribery scheme in which the payoffs allegedly included “food, alcohol, parties, dancers and prostitutes.”
Five high-ranking NYPD officials retired after being warned
they would face disciplinary
charges of accepting illegal gifts,
sources have told The Post.
Bruce Golding, Shawn Cohen
nypost.com
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told of
told
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of his bank deposits.
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feds on
cop’s trail
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The loafers Michael Jackson wore
before he introduced the world to
the moonwalk are going up for auction. The bidding starts at $10,000.
The King of Pop wore the patentleather Florsheim Imperials during
rehearsals for his iconic performance of “Billie Jean” at the “Motown 25” anniversary special in 1983,
according to the catalog description.
It’s unclear if Jackson wore the
loafers during the televised performance, too, though he did refer to
the pair as his “magic shoes,” according to a letter of authenticity.
LA-based GWS Auctions is putting
the shoes and several other pieces
of Jackson memorabilia under the
hammer on May 26, ahead of what
would have been the Gloved One’s
60th birthday, in August.
“Anything related to Michael Jackson is extraordinary, and to have
something so incredibly historical as
these shoes worn by Michael when
he first did that now famous moonwalk is beyond special,” Brigitte
Kruse, owner of GWS Auctions, told
CNN. “We are so very honored to be
able to offer them at auction.”
The loafers were owned by choreographer Lester Wilson, who said
Jackson gave him the autographed
pair (above) in his dressing room after rehearsing with his brothers for
the special, the auction house said.
It’s possible he also wore them
during the performance, GWS said.
They’ve been kept in “wonderful”
condition for their age, though there
are some evident signs of age on the
soles, Kruse said.
The music superstar died in 2009
at age 50 after suffering cardiac arrest at his Holmby Hills, Calif.,
home.
Tamar Lapin
Lo$tCityand
‘Fund’
Hall nonprofit
By YOAV GONEN
City Hall Bureau Chief
The Mayor’s Fund, a nonprofit
used to bolster causes backed by
City Hall, violated regulations in
spending $4.6 million in federal
funds between 2010 and 2015 — in
one case awarding $1.6 million to a
“shell” company, an audit claims.
The report by the federal Corporation for National and Community
Service (CNCS) questions the
fund’s awarding of a job-creation
contract to another nonprofit, Madison Strategies Group.
Madison, which did not meet the
experience requirement for the
grant, subcontracted the deal to
Grant Associates, a for-profit company that would have been ineligible for the money, the report said.
“For the first year of the subaward [under Mayor Mike
Bloomberg], Madison was essentially a shell, with all its activities
ripped in fed audit
conducted by Grant staff or consultants,” said the report, which recommended that all the questioned
payments be returned.
It noted Grant’s president chaired
Madison’s board and served as its executive director, with those posts
flagged as conflicts of interest.
Madison Strategies Group received the funds as part of a national
initiative known as a Social Innovation Fund, to test out employment
training and placement programs in
different cities.
The Mayor’s Fund received a
$28.5 million Social Innovation
Fund grant from the feds to cover its
work from 2010 to 2015, including
the awarding of a subgrant of $1.6
million to Madison for workforce
projects in Tulsa, Okla.
The fund, whose full name is the
Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York
City, is now chaired by First Lady
Chirlane McCray, who has run it
since 2014. Neither she nor any other
chair is singled out in the report.
City officials under Mayors de Blasio and Bloomberg — whose administration controlled the contract
from 2010 to 2013 — denied any rule
violations and said the relationship
between Grant and Madison was approved by the feds.
The CNCS’s audit — which the
federal agency launched because it
originally gave the money to the city
— also blasted the Mayor’s Fund for
not conducting background checks
on 165 workers at an intermediary
nonprofit, MDRC, which helped
manage the grants.
City officials argue that MDRC
was exempt from the background
checks because it acted as a consultant, not a partner, but some of the
funding had been earmarked for
conducting those checks.
“Accepting the position of the
Mayor’s Fund and excusing the lack
of criminal-history checks for
MDRC would allow intermediaries
to outsource their ongoing core
grant management responsibilities
to murderers and rapists by expediently labeling them contractors,”
the auditors concluded.
The audit said the probability that
the grants would be clawed back
was “remote.”
This year’s record murder-free
streak in crime-riddled
crime­riddled East New
York ended Sunday when a man
was fatally shot during a family arar­
gument, police sources said.
Jahimel Gayle, 37, was found
shot in the neck and shoulder inin­
side a first-floor
first­floor apartment on
Hendrix Street near Sutter AveAve­
nue around 12 p.m. — the first hoho­
micide of the year for the Brooklyn neighborhood’s 75th Precinct.
“We kind of didn’t want to talk
about [the no-murder record] because we didn’t want to jinx it,”
said a 47-year-old resident who
gave only her first name, Betty.
“I was thanking God’’ for the
lack of homicides, she said. “I
spoke too soon.”
Last year, the precinct had 11
slayings, the city’s second most.
Authorities credited the lack of
killings to a crackdown on gangs
and a change in crooks’ habits.
“It is a combination of taking
down gangs and the shift from
street crimes like drugs to whitecollar crimes — stolen checks and
credit-card fraud,” one Brooklyn
cop said.
Sources said Gayle’s 32-year-old
brother was taken into custody for
questioning in Sunday’s slaying,
which comes two days after the
New York Times heralded the precinct’s no-slay stretch.
Stephanie Pagones, Sarah Trefethen
It’s another weekend of buzz
versus star power at the box of­
fice as the word­of­mouth sensa­
tion “A Quiet Place” finds itself neck­and­neck again with Dwayne Johnson’s “Rampage.” Studio estimates Sunday placed “A Quiet Place,” with $22 million, in first and “Rampage” in second, with $21 million, but it’s possible those numbers may shift when final results are tallied Monday. The staying power of both some­
what overshadowed the newcomers, like Amy Schumer’s “I Feel Pretty,” which opened with $16.2 million, and the cult com­
edy sequel “Super Troopers 2,” which made $14.7 million.AP nypost.com
MADNESS: Police
inspect the Waffle
House near Nashville
where a half-naked
Travis Reinking (far
right) allegedly shot
and killed (clockwise
from above, top)
Akilah DaSilva,
Taurean Sanderlin,
DeEbony Groves and
Joe Perez. He fled
after James Shaw Jr.
(right) managed to
grab the suspect’s
assault rifle (below).
AP
By AARON FEIS
and YARON STEINBUCH
A half-naked gunman killed
four people at a Nashville-area
Waffle House with an assault rifle Sunday before a heroic patron
wrested the weapon away as the
attacker stopped to reload.
Travis Reinking — who was
busted last year trying to storm
his way into the White House —
wore a green jacket and was
nude below the waist as he fired
at customers at 3:25 a.m. inside
the restaurant in Antioch, Tenn.,
officials said.
The rampage, which also
wounded four other people, was
halted only when diner James
Shaw Jr., 29, stepped in to disarm
Reinking, who escaped and was
on the lam Sunday night.
“I figured if I was going to die,
he was going to have to work for
it,” Shaw said at a Sunday afternoon press conference.
As the 29-year-old Reinking
was between magazines on his
AR-15, Shaw used the swinging
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
‘WAFFLE’ SLAUGHTER
7
door he was hiding behind to
slam the shooter, then grabbed
the freshly fired assault rifle by
its searing-hot barrel.
Although he was badly burned
on his right hand, Shaw said he
didn’t notice the pain.
“It was life or death at that
time,” said Shaw, who was also
grazed by a bullet near his elbow
and cut his other hand on shattered glass. “I didn’t even feel it.”
Shaw, an AT&T worker with a
4-year-old daughter, tossed the
weapon over the restaurant’s
counter, then wrestled Reinking
out into the parking lot.
The shooter managed to free
himself and escape, leaving his
car behind at the murder scene.
Shaw soon lost sight of Reinking, setting off a manhunt that
continued into Sunday evening,
leaving Nashville on edge.
Reinking was later sighted by
neighbors at his apartment complex. His green bomber jacket
was found about a block from
the Waffle House, leading police
to believe he made his way home
entirely nude.
Two full AR-15 magazines were
found in the jacket’s pockets,
said Metropolitan Nashville Po-
lice spokesman Don Aaron.
“He clearly came armed with a
lot of firepower, intending to
devastate the South Nashville
area,” Aaron said.
He apparently went home and
changed. A neighbor who spotted him near the apartment complex said Reinking was wearing
pants but no shirt and heading
toward a wooded area, according
to cops.
As police helicopters circled
overhead and dogs tracked
Reinking until they lost the
scent, investigators sent a robot
into his one-bedroom apartment
to sweep for bombs, Aaron said.
None was found.
Police also didn’t find two of
the four guns registered to
Reinking, leading police to believe he may still be armed.
In July 2017, Reinking was arrested by the Secret Service for
breaching the White House’s security perimeter, officials said.
He said he was trying to set up a
meeting with President Trump.
As a result of that incident,
Reinking had to surrender his
four legally purchased guns to
authorities.
Officials said Sunday that the
guns were returned after some
time to Reinking’s father, who
had apparently returned them to
his son.
The four dead were identified
by Nashville cops as Taurean
Sanderlin, a 29-year-old Waffle
House worker; Joe Perez, 20; Akilah DaSilva, 23; and DeEbony
Groves, 21.
The four injured victims were
at area hospitals. Two were in
critical condition.
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
nypost.com
8
Lenders
‘lien’ on
dead gal
CARRY ON:
CARRY
ON: India
India
Oxenberg, who
Oxenberg,
who was
was
allegedly forced
allegedly
forced to
to
be a
be
a sex
sex slave
slave at
at
Nxivm, carries
Nxivm,
carries bins
bins
at her
at
her job
job at
at a
a ManManhattan restaurant
hattan
restaurant on
on
Sunday after
Sunday
after the
the
group’s leaders
group’s
leaders
were arrested.
Legal vultures are descending on the estate of a
dead Brooklyn resident —
demanding $2.1 million as
repayment for the $21,300
she took out in cash advances so she could file the
lawsuit, her family says.
An ailing Theresa Guss
had taken out five loans
from two legal funding
lenders — MFL Case Funding in 2006 and Law Bucks
in 2007 — to pursue a slipand-fall case against the
city.
In 2005, Guss, then 54, had
fallen in a 4-foot-by-4-foot
hole outside her Williamsburg apartment and fractured her hip. As her lawsuit against the city dragged
on, she took out the loans,
which ranged from $1,750 to
$11,200.
Guss agreed to pay them
back as soon as her case
was settled.
But while she eventually
received a $2.1 million settlement from the city, she
never saw her cut, an estimated $1.1 million. The
money was still tied up in
liens slapped against her by
the lenders when she died
from lingering hip-surgery
complications this past January at age 66.
“The game plan was
hopefully she was going to
win the settlement. We
were going to be able to get
her out of the nursing
home, and she was going to
enjoy the remaining part of
her life around her family,”
Guss’ son, Marc Mueller,
told The Post.
“She should have gotten
proper care. But we never
got to that point because
they put the lien on the lawsuit,” he said of the lenders.
Law Bucks is seeking $1.1
million, and MFL Funding
wants $1 million, according
to court records.
In the case of MFL, Guss
agreed to pay 4.99 percent
interest
compounded
monthly, but the paperwork
only projected payments
through 2009 — and put the
total amount at $27,000.
Her agreement with Law
Bucks called for a 5.9 percent interest rate but did
not spell out that — when
compounded monthly —
Guss would be paying more
than 100 percent annually.
That’s many times the 25
percent limit set by New
York state, which outlaws
such rates under its “criminal usury” law.
Law Bucks is claiming
that the money it gave Guss
before she died was not
technically a loan because
the funds didn’t have to be
paid back if she didn’t win
or settle her suit.
Still, Guss’s lawyer, Frank
Delle Donne, is arguing that
when Law Bucks omitted
the annual rate in its agreement, it violated a 2005 rule
instituted by former state
Attorney General Eliot
Spitzer prohibiting such an
omission, according to
court records.
“It’s outrageous what they
do,” Donne said. “They
want to take every penny.
She died in a nursing home
and never got to have 1 cent
of the recovery.”
A lawyer for Law Bucks
did not return a message. A
lawyer for MFL, which was
bought by a company called
Airmont Associates, declined to comment.
R.Umar Abbasi
Her “masters” are in jail, but she’s
still slaving away.
Alleged Nxivm sex-cult “slave”
India Oxenberg toiled at menial
tasks at her Manhattan restaurant
job Sunday, two days after “Smallville’’ actress Allison Mack, the
shadowy group’s suspected second-in-command, was arrested on
trafficking charges.
Oxenberg — the 26-year-old
daughter of “Dynasty” actress Catherine Oxenberg and granddaughter
of Princess Elizabeth of Yugoslavia
— hauled plastic tubs full of restaurant fare out of a basement on Second Avenue in the East Village and
into the cafe PlantMade.
“It’s not polite to take pictures
without asking. Leave me alone. I
will call the police,” Oxenburg told
reporters.
Co-workers expressed sympathy
for Oxenburg.
“She’s going through a lot,’’ a
manager said. “She may have been
brainwashed.”
Her family says they believe she
was indeed brainwashed by Keith
Raniere and Mack, the leaders of
Nxivm — pronounced “nexium.”
Raniere was arrested in March,
and Mack was collared Friday. Both
face sex-trafficking and forced-labor charges.
Mack is set to appear in Brooklyn
federal court for a bail hearing on
Monday.
Mack allegedly lured young waiflike women into the group,
groomed them for sex with Raniere
and even branded at least some
with his initials.
Prosecutors say she also demanded that devotees provide “collateral” — “including on one occasion close-up pictures of their vaginas” — for membership.
Khristina Nariznaya, Max Jaeger
$2M for 21G loan
By JULIA MARSH
‘Sex cult’
vic toils
at eatery
FAA safety has plunged: Chuck
No immunity for
terror ‘backer’
Declining safety standards
at the Federal Aviation Administration are leaving the
friendly skies prone to tragedies, Sen. Chuck Schumer
charged Sunday.
“Since at least 2014, it
would appear the FAA has
been in a nose-dive on
safety, and that simply cannot fly,” Schumer said in announcing the findings of his
office’s audit of the agency,
spurred
by
Tuesday’s
A California man charged
with providing support for
a terrorist group isn’t entitled to immunity, feds say.
Aws Mohammed Younis
Al-Jayab’s lawyers argued
he should get immunity because he helped Syrian rebels the US has backed
against the Assad regime.
But prosecutors said Friday that Al-Jayab was part
of terrorist-linked groups,
not a legitimate army. AP
deadly engine explosion
aboard a Southwest flight
out of La Guardia Airport.
FAA “enforcement actions” related to airplane
maintenance as well as
fines levied against airlines
dropped by 70 percent between 2014 and 2017, the
study found.
In 2014, the FAA filed 105
enforcement actions, and
issued $26 million in fines.
The numbers bottomed
out in 2017 with just 28 enforcement actions and $8
million in fines collected.
“We owe it to the public
to maintain critical oversight on aviation safety, and
we owe it to travelers to uncover and solve any airplane or helicopter maintenance problems before they
result in unintended or largescale tragedy,” Schumer
said, calling for increased
enforcement.
Aaron Feis
NY pols
eye 9/11
vic scam
TOXIC:
Accused
killer Viktoria
Nasyrova
(left, at
Rikers) says
she’s had
only water
since
Thursday to
protest
alleged
abuse.
nypost.com
By KHRISTINA NARIZHNAYA
No cheesecake for her.
The
Russian
dominatrix
charged with slipping drugs into
the meals of three online “dates”
— and attempting to murder a
Queens woman with a poisoned
cheesecake — has gone on a hunger strike at Rikers Island, she
told The Post.
Accused serial poisoner Viktoria Nasyrova said in a jailhouse interview that she is protesting the
alleged bad treatment in lockup.
Since Thursday, she claims to
have subsisted solely on water —
and the only dish she desires is
the one best served cold.
“The only thing that keeps me
going is the thought of revenge
against all those who have
wronged me,” Nasyrova seethed
in her native Russian.
“Legal revenge, of course, in the
courts,” she added hastily.
Nasyrova said her jailors and
fellow inmates “told me that I call
311 too much” to complain of
“mistreatment and that I will
have problems.
“But I will give them problems,”
she vowed. “They are making my
life unbearable, and I will do all I can
to make this jail’s life unbearable.”
Nasyrova has been collecting
jailhouse grudges since March
2017, when her arrest in a string of
alleged druggings forced her to
trade her diamonds and furs in
Sheepshead Bay for a life of Rikers squalor.
She was charged in Brooklyn
Criminal Court with drugging
and stealing from three men she
met on online dating sites, and in
Queens Criminal Court for allegedly serving poisoned cheesecake to Olga Tsvyk, a Rego Park
woman who looks like her and
who nearly died in the alleged
identity-theft plot.
Nasyrova also is suspected of
poisoning a boyfriend’s beagle in
summer 2016, but was never
charged. And Interpol considers
her the suspect in yet another
poisoning, this one fatal, in western Russia, in 2013.
That victim, a woman, was a
neighbor whom Nasyrova allegedly killed before fleeing to the US.
Nasyrova insists she is innocent of everything, calling her
three male accusers liars who
“will be washed in filth” at trial.
And the cheesecake victim?
“Olga must have pulled the poisoned cheesecake from under her
pillow,” the suspect said.
Nasyrova is not liked by her fellow inmates and has been in two
jailhouse fights. In the first, last
May, she confronted an inmate
who spat in her food, she said.
“I got up and punched her in
the face,” she said.
The second fight, two months
ago, was prompted by an argument over the TV remote and left
Nasyrova beaten and blinded.
Her civil lawyer, Paul Prestia,
has put the city on notice that
Nasyrova is planning to sue.
The lawsuit will charge that a
female correction officer stood
by as the group of rival inmates
beat Nasyrova, first in a shower
area and then near a TV area.
As of last week, “she still has
not had a specialist come and see
her” in hopes of saving her sight,
Prestia said.
City Department of Correction
Spokesman Jason Kersten said,
“This individual is being regularly visited by medical staff and
is being afforded the same dietary
options as any other person in
custody.”
Additional reporting by Laura
Italiano
NY Post: Tamara Beckwith
A 2­year­old pup once nearly euthanized was crowned the winner of Sun­
day’s Beautiful Bulldog Con­
test at Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa. It was the 39th annual tongue­in­cheek pageant for English bull­
dogs, the school’s mascot. This year’s champion, Bow­Z (above), hails from nearby Pella, Iowa. She was set to be put down as a puppy be­
cause of various physical ailments but was rerouted to a no­kill shelter before tri­
umphing over a field of 40 slobbering dogs. AP
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
Three New York congressional representatives are
asking the Federal Trade
Commission to investigate
reports that scammers are
posing as Sept. 11 Victim
Compensation Fund staffers to get first responders’
and survivors’ personal information.
Reps. Carolyn B. Maloney,
Jerrold Nadler, both Democrats, and Peter King, a Republican, publicized their
effort on Sunday.
The fund currently benefits people with health
problems believed to be related to the 2001 terror attacks. An alert on the fund’s
Web site says unknown
people are making calls
claiming to be staffers and
requesting
information,
supposedly to help with
claims. The fund urges people to report such calls to
the FTC.
King, Maloney and Nadler
want the FTC to open a formal investigation.
FTC
representatives
didn’t respond to an e-mail
inquiry.
AP
9
Rookie cop struck by car on LIE after accident
An off-duty rookie NYPD
cop was airlifted to a hospital in serious condition after a car struck him as he
stood on the shoulder of
the Long Island Expressway early Sunday following
a three-vehicle crash, law-
enforcement sources said.
Anthony Robitaille, 27, of
the 75th Precinct in East
New York, Brooklyn, had
gotten into a fender-bender
with Kristian Urquiza, 25,
the sources said.
Both drivers stopped on
the shoulder of the eastbound lanes just past Exit 53
in Hauppauge at around
12:30 a.m. They were outside of their cars exchanging information when a 2013
Ford sedan driven by Desirea Coyle, 33, veered onto
the highway’s shoulder and
struck Robitaille’s 2010
Honda, Suffolk County police said.
That car then knocked
Urquiza’s 2012 BMW into
Robitaille, cops said.
Robitaille, of Centereach,
LI, is in serious condition at
Stony Brook University
Hospital. Urquiza was uninjured and Coyle, 33, was
taken to Southside Hospital
with minor injuries.
Stephanie Pagones
and Larry Celona
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
nypost.com
10
How to ‘handle’ Don
Macron: I
won’t be a
‘victim’ of
prez’s grip
By MARISA SCHULTZ
GIFT OF GRAB:
French President
Emmanuel Macron said
Sunday he’s made sure to
match President Trump’s
rough handshakes.
AFP/Getty Images
French President Emmanuel
Macron studied up on President
Trump’s dominant handshakes
ahead of their first meeting and
was determined to send a message that he won’t be pushed
around.
Before their meeting last year
at a NATO summit, Macon said
Sunday, he noticed how Trump
yanked other world leaders toward him during a handshake
and decided he wasn’t going to
be caught off guard.
“It’s not innocent,” Macron
said of his “direct, lucid” body
language toward Trump.
“Seeing [Japanese] Prime Minister Abe and some of the different victims, I resisted,” Macron
told “Fox News Sunday.”
Macron held Trump’s hand for
some six seconds in a whiteknuckled standoff during their
first meeting in Belgium in May.
When Trump traveled to Paris
for the Bastille Day parade in
July, the handshaking lasted a
memorable 29 seconds.
But the strong-arming paid off.
What has resulted in the year
since is a very “special relationship,” said Macron, who has the
distinct honor this week of being
feted as Trump’s first state visit
guest.
The two will have a private
dinner Monday at Mount Vernon, enjoy a state dinner on
Tuesday and Macron will make a
NoKo progress – or maybe not
President Trump on Sunday
tempered his enthusiasm about
an expected summit with North
Korean leader Kim Jong-un,
saying “maybe things will work
out, and maybe they won’t.”
“We are a long way from
conclusion on North Korea,
maybe things will work out,
and maybe they won’t — only
time will tell….But the work I
am doing now should have
been done a long time ago!”
the president tweeted.
rare joint address to Congress on
Wednesday.
“We have a very special relationship because both of us are
probably the maverick of the sys-
Trump also assailed “Sleepy
Eyes Chuck Todd of Fake NBC”
for suggesting Washington is
getting little in return for its
negotiations with Pyongyang.
“Wow, we haven’t given up
anything & they have agreed
to denuclearization (so great
for World), site closure, & no
more testing,” he tweeted.
On Friday, Kim announced his
country will suspend all nuclear
tests in advance of the summit
with Trump. Yaron Steinbuch
tems on both sides,” Macron
said. “I think President Trump’s
election was unexpected in your
country and probably my election was unexpected in my coun-
try. And we are not part of the
classical political system.”
On the table are some dicey issues for France and US: the new
US trade tariffs on steel and aluminum, from which France
wants to be exempt; whether
Trump will recertify the Iran nuclear deal next month that
France wants to preserve; and
forging a path forward in Syria to
defeat ISIS and prevent chemical
weapons attacks on civilians.
Macron hopes to highlight the
historical bonds between the two
nations and convince Trump not
to start a trade war with France.
“You cannot make a trade war
with your allies,” Macron said.
“If you make war against everybody, you make trade war against
China, trade war against Europe,
war in Syria, war against Iran —
come on, it doesn’t work. You
need [an] ally. We are the allies.”
Conway’s
CNN rant
Top White House aide Kellyanne Conway lashed out at
CNN’s Dana Bash on Sunday for
asking about critical tweets Conway’s husband has made against
the Trump administration.
“What’s up with your husband’s
tweets?” Bash asked Conway on
CNN’s “State of the Union.”
“He writes a lot of things that
are also supportive,” Conway said
of George Conway.
She Conway then launched into
a five-minute diatribe against
CNN and Bash for bringing up
her husband, and implied that it’s
nopw OK to target spouses of
CNN employees.
“It’s fascinating to me that
CNN would go there [that] it’s
now fair game how people’s
spouses and significant others
may differ with them,” Conway
said.
Since last year, George Conway
has posted and retweeted critical
comments about Trump on multiple occasions. Marisa Schultz
Donovan’s
tricky dance
Staten Island Republican
Rep. Dan Donovan is walking a legislative tightrope
between the Trump administration and his constituents, proposing a measure
to hit sanctuary cities with
financial penalties, but not
target funding to police.
Donovan plans to introduce a bill this week that
would cut off federal funding to New York and other
sanctuary cities for the costs
associated with jailing undocumented criminal immigrants, but not endanger anti-terrorism money for the
NYPD.
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China ‘squeeze’ pleases Schu Weak cheer for Sen. hopeful
Sen. Chuck Schumer on
Sunday said he agrees with
President Trump’s policy
of “squeezing” China on
trade issues — because it’s
the best way to get at
North Korea.
“The way to get at them
is by what is the mother
load for China — their
trade with us,” the Senate
minority leader said in an
interview with AM 970 radio host John Catsimatidis.
“They take advantage of
American
workers
of
American wealth, of American companies regularly, I
call them rapacious,” he
added, in a rare moment of
agreement between the top
Senate Democrat and the
Republican president.
Schumer said Trump’s
tough stance with China
will help in negotiations
with North Korea, noting
that 90 percent of North
Korea’s trade is with
China, he said.
“If we keep squeezing
China, I believe China
could ultimately squeeze
North Korea and we could
get a good deal,” he said.
Tamar Lapin
Retiring Tennessee Sen.
Bob Corker on Sunday
gave a lukewarm endorsement to Rep. Marsha
Blackburn, the GOP nominee hoping to succeed him.
Blackburn’s opponent is
former Democratic Gov.
Phil Bredesen, who is a
friend to Corker.
Corker declined to say
Blackburn’s name in an in-
terview on CNN’s “State of
the Union,” but said he has
contributed money to and
will vote for the Republican “nominee.”
When asked why voters
should support Blackburn,
Corker mustered up just
one reason: She’ll help
keep the Senate in GOP
hands and therefore Mitch
McConnell of Kentucky as
majority leader.
When CNN anchor Dana
Bash pointed out that
Corker’s statement was
less than a ringing endorsement, he said, “Well,
Dana, you know I’m supporting the nominee. I’ve
worked with the nominee
for some time, and I don’t
know what else to say.”
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‘Killer’ facialist back in LA
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Six®
Ian
Mohr
A Beverly Hills facialist who was accused of
hiring a hit man to take out a rival beautician
is back in business, Page Six has learned — under the name “Killer Facials.”
Dawn DaLuise — whose clients once included Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox
and Nicki Minaj, among other boldface
names — spent 10 months in jail in 2014 after
she was arrested for allegedly trying to have
competitor Gabriel Suarez bumped off.
But she was later found not guilty of the
crime.
Now we’re told that DaLuise is trying to rebuild her business and — resigned to the fact
that she won’t be able to escape the regretta-
ble episode — is building it into her brand.
Said a source, “The story was very, very
widely reported — it was everywhere. So as
soon as potential clients Google her, it’s going
to come up. So she figured she may as well
take ownership of it.”
We’re told DaLuise, who has reportedly also
treated Christian Slater, Sarah Michelle
Gellar and Alicia Silverstone, has a new
clinic on San Vincente Boulevard and is already working with new clients.
The skin specialist was arrested in March
2014, with early reports claiming she had hired
ex-Detroit Lions player Christopher Geile to
off a rival — Suarez — after he opened shop in
the same building as her Skin Refinery business. She was acquitted in January 2015.
People magazine reported in 2015 that soon
after Suarez’s Smooth Cheeks moved in, someone started stalking DaLuise and when she
went to police for help, they instead arrested
her for plotting to have Suarez killed.
She later told Dr. Phil she believed it was
Suarez who was harassing her, and that when
she vented in texts to pal Edward Feinstein
about wishing someone would kill him, she
believes Feinstein turned the messages over to
police.
Feinstein was later charged with stalking
DaLuise and pleaded no contest.
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AMY Schumer oddly wants
to smoke marijuana with “CBS
This Morning” anchor Gayle
King. The comic appeared on
Oprah Winfrey’s SuperSoul
podcast and the conversation
turned to Schumer wanting to
toke with Winfrey’s best friend.
“Amy told her she wants to
smoke weed with Gayle because Gayle has never tried it.
She wants to be Gayle’s first.
Oprah just laughed,” an insider
told us. Schumer and Winfrey
also bonded over being introverted. “They both said they
hide in bathrooms at parties. It
was Amy’s first time meeting
Oprah, and she cried. She was
tearing up, and they both talked
about how they struggle with
confidence and body image,”
the insider said of the “I Feel
Pretty” star. The podcast is
available Sunday.
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Leaving a ‘Scar’
THERE was an intimate VIP gathering after the “Scarface” reunion at
the Tribeca Film Festival, spies said.
Walking into the Carlyle following a
screening at the Beacon Theater
were director Brian De Palma and
star Al Pacino, along with Robert
De Niro, Barry Levinson and
Marthe Keller, Pacino’s co-star
from the 1977 film “Bobby Deerfield.” The high-powered group took
over a table in the lower level of the
Gallery. Levinson’s latest HBO project, “Paterno,” stars Pacino, while his
previous HBO film, “The Wizard of
Lies,” was with De Niro and “Scarface” star Michelle Pfeiffer. Also
there were De Niro’s wife, Grace,
and Levinson’s wife, Dianna.
The life of Pablo
Olivia
Wilde braves the
front while fiancé Jason Sudeikis isn’t as
daring, as the couple ride
Splash Mountain at Disneyland while celebrating son Otis’ fourth
birthday.
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Rosanna’s rules
ROSANNA Scotto (above) of
“Good Day New York” scolds dinner companions who waste food.
At a party at Cipriani Wall Street to
celebrate Food Bank’s 35th anniversary, she told us, “I do get annoyed
when I go to fancy events and I see
people waste food.” Scotto added,
“I have checked people like ‘You
didn’t finish that,’ or ‘You are taking that home or you are going to
give it to somebody on the street.’
My family and I do that all the time
and give food to the less fortunate
on the street,” she said.
Rose’s bloomin’ social calendar
Watch
OUSTED CBS and PBS anchor Charlie Rose continues to be a fixture on New York’s
social circuit. After Page Six exclusively reported he had dinner Wednesday with Matt
Lauer at one of NYC’s hottest new restaurants, Frenchette, Rose was seen the next night at
an Upper East Side birthday party hanging with guests including Woody Allen and billionaire Steve Cohen, and on Friday he was at West Village power spot Il Cantinori for dinner,
spies said. Rose was axed from his “CBS This Morning” job and PBS interview show after being accused by eight women of sexual harassment, which he’s denied. He’s reportedly planning a comeback, while at
the same time rumors continue about a Washington Post investigation that’s been in the works for months about
Rose and CBS. The Hollywood Reporter said in a recent profile that Rose is “hiding out on Long Island” — but
over the past week, he’s been doing anything but. Sometimes the results have been awkward, such as when he
wandered by a party and screening of a #MeToo short film at an Upper East Side eatery, Page Six reported.
PREEMINENT Picasso biographer John Richardson was a
surprise panelist at a Sotheby’s
luncheon celebrating National
Geographic’s new series “Genius: Picasso” starring Antonio
Banderas. A night before the
lunch, intrepid organizer Peggy
Siegal ran into Richardson at a
dinner thrown by Mercedes
Bass for Dame Vivien Duffield, and she invited him to attend her event. During a Q&A
at the seated lunch the next day
with Banderas and the cast —
as well as Simon Shaw of Sotheby’s — Richardson was overheard adding interesting details
from his table when it was suggested he join in. The “A Life of
Picasso” author, who is in his
mid-90s, treated the crowd to
some fascinating insights into
the artist’s life for guests including
collector/gallerist
Adam Lindemann, Susan
Gutfreund, Sandy Brant, Judy
Taubman, Spain’s consul general in NY Rafael Conde de
Saro and Nat Geo’s Courteney
Monroe.
Leo back at Brando’s
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AFTER being spotted at Coachella underneath a hood and his signature cap — plus
3-D glasses that work outdoors, Leonardo DiCaprio is vacationing at the secluded Brando Resort in French Polynesia, sources told Page Six. He’s there
with rumored girlfriend Camila Morrone, his mom, Irmelin, and a group
that includes “Shutter Island” producer Mike Medavoy and his philanthropist wife, Irena. The ecofriendly resort on late star Marlon
Brando’s private lagoon-island, Tetiaroa, is so secluded that Barack
Obama once quipped, according to
Town & Country: “If Leo has been able
to come here on several different occasions with different girls and not a single photo has come out, that’s where I
need to go.” (The former president
was looking for a quiet spot to work
on his book.) Indeed, DiCaprio has
been to the resort with his same current crew, but with rotating girlfriends.
In 2016, Page Six reported that he spent
his birthday there with his mom, the
Medavoys and then-model-of-the-moment girlfriend Nina Agdal. A source
said he’d also been there with exes Toni
Garrn and Kelly Rohrbach. Hopefully,
he remembers to bring them one at a
time. Irena posted a shot over the weekend of Morrone on a boat in a revealing
ruffly top with the caption “when the girl
is lovelier than paradise.” The place uses
solar energy and “seawater air conditioning” with the goal of having “net zero carbon impact,” while two-bedroom villas go
for about $5,400 per night.
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Meghan Markle wears
a lovely spring frock
by British label Selfportrait to a
London
reception to
honor
this
year’s
Invictus
Games
being
held in
Sydney.
Film’s on a roll
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AFTER the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of
“United Skates” — a doc about a nationwide, under-the-radar African-American roller-skating
scene — the Metropolitan Pavilion on W. 18th St.
was turned into an indoor roller rink. We hear
that while guests showed off their skills, rappers
Rob Base and Vin Brown of Naughty By Nature “skated circles around everyone” a guest
said. “They spent almost the entire evening on
the rink, having an amazing time.” John Legend,
an executive producer on the film, was chatting
with Cheryl James of Salt-N-Pepa about music
in a VIP section at the party hosted by Bai.
Sightings
KATIE Couric at the Jane Hotel for
Nathan Turner’s “I Love California” book
party . . . MAYE Musk celebrating her 70th
birthday with Christie Brinkley and Bradley
Theodore. Harper’s Bazaar hosted the soiree
at the Beekman Hotel . . . ELVIS Duran at the
Encore in Las Vegas being inducted into the
National Association of Broadcasters Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
Annette Bening (left) poses with Saoirse
Ronan at the after-party for the world
premiere of their movie “The Seagull” at the
Tribeca Film Festival on Saturday.
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‘Appalling’
new vid at
Syracuse
Syracuse University expelled a fraternity over an
offensive video that members say was intended as
satire, but the controversy
is continuing with the
emergence of another video
simulating a sexual assault
of a disabled person.
Chancellor Kent Syverud
called the latest video clip
of crude behavior at Theta
Tau “appalling and disgusting” in a statement Sunday.
“I am deeply concerned
about how the continuing
exposure to hateful videos
is causing further hurt,” he
said. The school had known
about the new clip since the
first one sparked outrage
Wednesday, but Syverud
said he hadn’t spoken about
it because of an ongoing investigation.
Theta Tau’s Syracuse
chapter apologized Friday
for the initial video, saying
it was part of a “satirical
sketch of an uneducated,
racist, homophobic, misogynist, sexist, ableist and intolerant person.”
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Facebook knew
. . . your data isn’t safe: app man
By TAMAR LAPIN
The app developer who
mined the personal data of
up to 87 million Facebook
users and then sold it to
Cambridge Analytica so
the firm could try to influence voters insists Facebook was well aware he
was violating their rules —
and didn’t care.
Alex Kogan told CBS’s
“60 Minutes’’ Sunday that
when he built his digital
app, called thisisyourdigitallife, on behalf of Cambridge Analytica, he clearly
wrote in the terms of service that the data he collected could be sold or
transferred to third parties.
This was against Facebook’s developer agreement, but the social-media
giant never called him on it,
the 32-year-old developer
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“This is the
frustrating bit,
where Facebook clearly
has
never
cared. I mean,
it never enforced
this
agreement,” he
said.
“The belief
in Silicon Valley, and certainly our belief at that
point, was that the general
public must be aware that
their data is being sold and
shared and used to advertise to them. And nobody
cares.”
Kogan added even he
hasn’t read Facebook’s developer agreement and
only now understands he
broke the rules.
“My opinion has really
been changed. And it’s been
changed
in
particular because I think
that core idea
that we had,
that everybody
knows and nobody
cares,
was fundamentally flawed,”
he said.
Although
Kogan may have written
that he planned on sharing
data collected by his app,
he never told users that he
was really after access to
their friends, nor that he
was working for Cambridge Analytica.
He estimates that “tens
of thousands” of apps have
collected the data of Facebook users and of users’
unwitting Facebook friends
through a feature called
“Friends Permissions.”
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“It seems crazy now, but
this was a core feature of
the Facebook platform for
years,” Kogan said of the
privacy feature. “This was
not a special permission
you had to get. This was
just something that was
available to anybody who
wanted it who was a developer.”
Facebook did eventually
change its policy so developers can no longer gather
data from users’ friends
without their consent.
The company shut down
Kogan’s app in 2015, but
didn’t notify the tens of
millions of users whose
data was scraped until this
month.
Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Kogan’s claims.
Blast kills
57 in Kabul
An Islamic State suicide
bomber attacked a voterregistration center in the
Afghanistan capital of Kabul on Sunday, killing 57
people and wounding more
than 100, the Interior and
Public Health ministries
said.
Among those killed were
eight children and 22
women, Public Health Ministry spokesman Wahid
Majro said. There were 119
people wounded.
Gen. Daud Amin, the Kabul police chief, said the
bomber targeted civilians
who were registering for
national
identification
cards ahead of parliamentary elections in October.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack in a statement.
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Elm
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58/41
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56/41
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57/40
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66/40
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JUSTICE DELAYED
JUSTICE
DELAYED
Police finally eyeing ’05
‘molest’ amid SVU probe
By TINA MOORE
A woman who accused a Wall Street
lawyer of groping her 12 years ago may
finally get justice — thanks to a recent
scathing city report on the NYPD’s Special Victims Division.
Detectives from the sex-crimes unit
reached out to Luisa Esposito of West
Hempstead, LI, earlier this month to
say that her 2005 accusation against
Allen Isaac is one of a handful of unresolved cases they are revisiting in
the wake of the damning probe into
their division, she told The Post.
“I’ve suffered for 12 years,’’ Esposito said. “It was so refreshing
to finally be able to have a voice.”
The NYPD’s second look into
her case comes less than a month
after the city Department of Investigation blasted its unit as
understaffed and undertrained.
Esposito said her
saga began after
a
2002
Pilgrimage
nightmare
Crash cop dies
A Paterson, NJ, police officer died after his cruiser
hit a parked vehicle Sunday,
authorities said.
Officer Tamby Yagan was
taken to Saint Joseph’s Regional Medical Center after
the crash shortly before 11
a.m., the Passaic County
prosecutor’s office said.
He later died there, the office said.
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LONG WAIT: Special
Victims Division detectives
are now reaching out to
Luisa Esposito, who claims
a Wall Street lawyer groped
her in his office in 2005.
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Four Britons on pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia have
been killed in a bus crash, a
British travel company said
Sunday.
They were among 18 people traveling from Mecca to
Medina on Saturday, when
their coach collided with a
gasoline
tanker
truck,
Hashim Travel said.
Several people were injured in the collision near
the town of Al Khalas in
west Saudi Arabia, it said.
The British Foreign Office
called the crash a “serious
road traffic accident,” and
said it is working to assist
families of the victims. AP
traffic accident led her to Issac’s Wall
Street office on July 8, 2005.
She said Isaac, then a married father of
three in his 70s, molested her and insisted that she perform oral sex on him.
“He put his hands inside my bra,
grabbed my buttocks, blocked me into
his office and tried to extort blow jobs in
exchange for his representation,” recalled Esposito, then 47.
She rebuffed him but returned to his
office three months later, saying she was
struggling to find anyone else who would
take her personal-injury case.
But this time, she came prepared.
Esposito said she secretly taped the
lawyer admitting to groping her.
“I don’t know, maybe you got big t-ts,” he
said, trying to defend his lewd behavior.
Two months later, Esposito filed a felony sexual-abuse complaint with the
SVD, but it went nowhere.
She said a police investigator told her,
“Why don’t you go home and have a
statement notarized and fax it to me?”
Isaac was eventually suspended from
practicing law for six months by the state
Appellate Division over the incident.
Esposito said she is very happy that her
case has garnered renewed attention from
the cops. But the investigation has
already encountered hurdles.
“The detective told me he
called the Manhattan DA’s Office and requested to pull my
file. Guess what? Gone. My
file is missing, gone,” Esposito
said. “[The detective] said,
‘Oh yeah, we find that extremely troubling.’ ”
The DA’s office declined to
comment, while the NYPD did
not respond to a request for
comment. Isaac said he didn’t
know anything about the revived probe and hung up.
Additional reporting by
Aaron Feis
nypost.com
About 200 people gathered on a Maine beach Sunday — some with dogs in
tow — to remember Barbara Bush, who with her
husband, former President
George H.W. Bush, spent
years at their summer home
in Kennebunkport.
Barbara Bush died on
Tuesday at home in Houston at the age of 92. She was
laid to rest on Saturday at
her husband’s presidential
library in Texas.
At the Maine memorial,
some also donated children’s
books to be given to local libraries and a children’s hospital in her memory.
“That’s our farewell to
Barbara,” said Diane Denk,
who helped organize the memorial and often saw Bush
on the beach with her dogs.
“Barbara was just a real
stand-up lady,” Denk said.
“She was very philanthropic, she and George . . .
they loved their community,
they loved the state, they
donated to children’s hospitals, they donated to just
about every philanthropic
cause around here.”
AP
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
Barbara
memorial
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Four city workers busted in 5 hours
Four city workers were arrested —
three for assault — in separate incidents early Sunday, authorities said.
Parks Department employee
Renee Rowell-White was nabbed in
Queens for allegedly punching a 37year-old woman in the face during
an argument over a man.
The women, who claimed to be
strangers, were inside a building on
Beach 32nd Street in Edgemere just
after 2 a.m. when the fight broke out,
cops said.
Shortly afterward, in Brooklyn,
school-crossing guard Juanita Williams, 47, was arrested for allegedly
assaulting her 30-year-old daughter
in Canarsie.
School-safety agent Rahdasia Davenport, 22, of Brooklyn, was then
busted just before 4:30 a.m. for allegedly punching a friend several times
in the face, scratching her on the
back of her neck and flashing a knife.
Finally, 27-year-old off-duty FDNY
paramedic Daniel Mahlmann was
arrested just before 6:30 a.m. and
charged with drunkenly crashing his
car in the westbound lane of the
Brooklyn-Queens Expressway in
Ridgewood, cops said.
Stephanie Pagones
Sally Brompton
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
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 TAURUS
(April 21-May 21)
What you can and must realize
now is that you have nothing to
prove, either to yourself or to
other people. Make sure that
what you do over the coming
week is what you really want to
do, and not just what you think
others expect of you.

GEMINI
(May 22-June 21)
You may be poised to begin
something new and exciting but
don't get carried away. If you
start in too mad a rush you may
not accomplish as much as you
could have or should have. Pace
yourself sensibly and get others
to help you.
 CANCER
(June 22-July 23)
This should be a fun week for you,
even if you end up doing more for
other people than you do for
yourself. The efforts you make for
friends and family and colleagues
now will be repaid in full later in
the year, so smile as you work.
Daily Horoscope
many people will notice before
you regain control of yourself!
Try opening up a bit to other
people this week. Family and
friends will be happy to assist you
in any way they can but they do
need to be asked - they are unable
to read minds and your mind can
at times be all over the place!
 CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 - Jan. 20)
 ARIES
(March 21-April 20)
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 LEO
(July 24-Aug. 23)
The best way to make a good
impression on an employer or
someone in a position of power
is to take the initiative and make
things happen without being
told. You must, however, be sure
it's what they want to happen.
Do some research first.
 VIRGO
(Aug. 24-Sept. 23)
You will achieve more in the
long-term if you wait for things
to happen and then decide how
to react rather than try to make
things happen yourself. Relax
and conserve your energy today,
because the rest of the week
may be hectic.
 LIBRA
(Sept. 24-Oct. 23)
You are not as confident as you
appear and the praise you get
today will strengthen your selfbelief. But are others praising
you because they believe you
deserve it or because they are
trying to trick you? It doesn't
matter - they're right either way.
 SCORPIO
(Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
If there is something you want
to say then say it now and get it
over with - but make sure it is
one hundred per cent true! As
fair-minded Venus moves into
the wealth area of your chart
tomorrow you cannot afford to
make silly mistakes.
 SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 23 - Dec. 21)
You may like to pretend that you
are not in the least bit sensitive
but it isn't true and what
happens over the next 24 hours
will bring out the softer side of
your nature. Hopefully not too
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Cosmic activity in the work and
wellbeing area of your chart will
make it easier for you to get a
grip on what needs to be done mainly by making you realize that
very little of it actually needs to
be done, at least not right now.
 AQUARIUS
(Jan. 21 - Feb. 19)
Anyone who thinks you have
been taking things easy in recent
weeks will have to revise their
opinion over the next few days
as the rewards of your
endeavors begin to come in. You
don't make a big show of your
ambition but it's always there.
 PISCES
(Feb. 20-Mar. 20)
You don't lack for energy at the
moment but that does not mean
you have to use it up in one mad
rush. You are about to embark
on a rather challenging period of
physical and mental activity, so
conserve your resources for
when you need them most.
BIRTHDAY MONDAY
Sometimes you take life too
seriously and sometimes
you don't take it seriously
enough and over the coming
12 months you must find a
happy medium, one that
enables you to focus on
what matters while not
allowing yourself to get
upset about it.
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A Florida woman is up in
arms over two cops who
used her dead fiancé’s finger
to try to unlock his cellphone.
The Largo detectives
slipped into a funeral home
in Clearwater and pressed
Linus Phillips’s finger against
the gadget, but couldn’t gain
access to it, according to his
fiancée, Victoria Armstrong.
The cops claimed to be investigating a drug-related
case that involved Phillips,
30, who was shot dead by police last month.
A family in Jacksonville,
Fla., found an intruder in
their backyard swimming
pool — a 9-foot alligator.
A licensed trapper was
called to wrangle the rogue
reptile.
Chinese officials are making a splash with new infrastructure that shoots a
stream of water at jaywalkers.
The traffic signals in Daye,
Hubei province, feature motion sensors and speakers
that alert pedestrians when
it’s safe to cross the street.
One message warns, “Please
don’t go through. You will be
sprayed with water!”
Natalie O’Neill, Wires
’Net-neutrality rules that prevented large Internet providers
from arbitrarily slowing down
user connections are set to start
going out the window Monday —
but a group of tech-savvy New
Yorkers says not to worry.
The nonprofit group NYC Mesh
has been erecting antennas all
over the city, building a giant network that it says will still give
New Yorkers low-cost — and unfettered — access to the Web.
“We don’t collect any data at all,
[and] we do not snoop on what
Web sites you’re going to, and so
that gives you a private connection,” said organizer Brian Hall.
The community-owned wireless
network is an alternative to such
megaproviders as Verizon and
Time Warner, members say.
It is also cheaper, they say.
NYC Mesh charges about $160
to install its equipment, but then
its monthly Internet service costs
whatever you decide.
For example, users can pay the
$20 that the company estimates its
monthly service costs or more if
they want to subsidize those who
pay less. Users also can decide to
pay nothing at all.
The group is run by volunteers,
and no one gets paid, members
said.
The Federal Communications
Commission voted in December
to get rid of the neutrality rules.
The repeal was scheduled to begin
going into effect Monday, although the federal Office of Management and Budget still has to review some rule-cutting measures.
When the repeal is complete,
critics say Internet-service providers could slow down connections to content they don’t like.
A common example is an ISP
blocking a user’s access to another
ISP’s Web site so they can’t sign
up for a competing service.
Interest in NYC Mesh has skyrocketed since the FCC’s decision,
Hall said.
“We’d normally get 20 requests a
month to join, and in December,
we got 438,” he said. “It’s continued like that.”
The group’s current main an-
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Photos: David McGlynn
A controversial Frida
Kahlo Barbie Doll was
banned temporarily from being sold in Mexico after relatives of the painter sued Mattel.
Mara de Anda Romeo, of
Mexico City, claimed the
company used her greataunt’s image without permission and made the doll’s
complexion too light.
By MAX JAEGER
nypost.com
A 12-year-old Australian
boy, mad at his mom after an
argument, booked a flight to
Bali with her credit card —
and flew to the Indonesian
island by himself.
The pint-sized traveler,
Drew, flashed his passport,
passed through a computer
check-in system and boarded
a plane at Sydney International Airport, according to
his mother Emma, who declined to provide the family’s
last name.
Drew spent four days living it up at the luxury All
Seasons Hotel in Denpasar
before she tracked him
down.
Pay-what-you want
Pay-what-you
want option
option as
as neutrality
neutrality rules
rules die
die
tenna is a 90-foot-tall “supernode”
that stands in downtown Manhattan and connects to the Internet.
The supernode broadcasts an
Internet connection out about two
miles. NYC Mesh members pick
up the signal through a “node’’ on
their roofs.
Each user node is approximately
the size of a satellite-TV dish.
Those smaller nodes also act as
repeaters that forward the supernode’s signal beyond its radius, so
each user is effectively increasing
the network’s range farther and
farther from lower Manhattan.
Still, major ISPs deny that they
have any plans to interfere with
Bloody push for Damascus
Syrian government forces
used warplanes, helicopters
and artillery Sunday to
pound districts of the capital held by the Islamic State,
in a bid to enforce an evacuation deal reached with the
militants earlier in the week.
Two Palestinian refugees, a
father and a son, were killed
during the fighting at the Yarmouk refugee camp in southern Damascus, according to
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
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the United Nation’s Palestinian refugee agency, which
added that thousands of
homes have been destroyed
in four days of fighting.
Hundreds of ISIS militants hold parts of the camp
and the nearby area of
Hajar
al-Aswad.
They
agreed to give up their last
pocket there on Friday but
have yet to begin surrendering to government forces.
State-run al-Ikhbariya TV
showed thick smoke billowing from Hajar al-Aswad,
and government warplanes
streaking overhead amid a
heavy bombardment.
The ISIS-held areas are
the last rebel holdouts in
the capital, after rebels
evacuated
the
eastern
Ghouta suburbs following
an alleged poison-gas attack
in the town of Douma. AP
customers’ Internet access.
In a statement to The Post, Spectrum said, “We don’t slow down,
block, or discriminate against lawful content.” A Verizon spokesman
said, “Nothing has changed, and
we have no intent to do anything
differently.”
mjaeger@nypost.com
French vs. anti-Semitism
Actor Gerard Depardieu,
singer Charles Aznavour
and former President Nicolas Sarkozy are among some
300 French public figures
urging national action to
counter a “new anti-Semitism” that they blame on
rising Islamic radicalism.
They signed a letter published Sunday in Le Parisien
newspaper, joining politicians from the right and
left, as well as Jewish, Mus-
lim and Catholic leaders.
The statement urges
prominent Muslims to denounce anti-Jewish and anti-Christian references in
the Koran as outdated so
“no believer can refer to a
holy text to commit a
crime.” It also calls for combating anti-Semitism “before it’s too late.”
Several French Jews have
been killed by Islamic radicals in recent years.
AP
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
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From the right: GOP Isn’t Doomed by Demographics
Proof not even the privileged can ‘have it all’
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KAROL
MARKOWICZ
ber. We complain there are few
female CEOs, but Duckworth’s
case reveals that even for mothers who get the extraordinary
option to bring their child to
work, there’s a trade-off.
While Duckworth is evidence
that some women can find a way
to be at the top of their careers
while having kids, something
else always has to give. Duckworth doesn’t get the hazy newborn phase, snuggling in bed
with few other responsibilities.
She has to remain at the top of
her game and not be affected by
the new human in her lap. She’s
lucky and arguably in a privileged position — but even she
can’t “have it all.”
She’s not the only mother with
a high level of professional success to attempt this balance.
Marisa Mayer became CEO of
Yahoo while pregnant with her
first child. She had a nursery installed in her office, which she
paid for herself, and brought her
baby to work with her.
Is that an option most women
would even want? It’s hard
enough to focus on work all day
and then parenting all night.
Media watch: NYT’s Fake News in Story on Fake News
New York Times tech reporter Nellie Bowles over the weekend described Facebook’s Watch project as “a service introduced in 2017 as a
premium product with more curation that has nonetheless been flooded
with far-right conspiracy programming like ‘Palestinians Pay $400 million Pensions For Terrorist Families.’ ” Far-right conspiracy? At Tablet,
Liel Liebovitz sets her straight: “Read the real news, and you’ll learn that,
in 2017, the PA doled out more than $347 million to families of terrorists
who had murdered Jews, increasing the amount to $403 million this year.”
It’s one thing for idiots online to share obviously false nonsense, Liebovitz writes. “But we need journalistic institutions like the Times precisely
because we trust them to be more discerning, to sift through the stream
of falsehoods for the few glittering nuggets of hard truth.”
EPA
HEN the US Senate last
week voted unanimously
to change its rules and allow babies onto the Senate floor to accommodate Sen.
Tammy Duckworth and her infant daughter, the jokes about
the Senate already being full of
babies were hard to pass up.
But the rule change also highlighted a serious point, one we
like to ignore: Men and women,
and therefore mothers and fathers, are different from each
other.
Duckworth is in a unique position. She’s unable to really take
maternity leave. She’s a senator
— she can’t hire a temp.
In The Washington Post last
week, Amy Joyce wrote that few
mothers could do what Duckworth did and complained that
“the United States is the only
country other than Papua New
Guinea that doesn’t offer paid
leave to new parents.”
But paid leave would have
done nothing for Duckworth or
women of her professional cali-
Leaning in: Sen. Tammy Duckworth and daughter Maile at the Capitol.
In a much-discussed 2012 essay in The Atlantic, Anne-Marie
Slaughter wrote that she discovered it was “unexpectedly hard
. . . to do the kind of job I wanted
to do as a high government official and be the kind of parent I
wanted to be, at a demanding
time for my children,” despite
the fact that her husband carried
much of the child-rearing burden.
A 2015 Pew survey found that,
“Among working mothers, in
particular, 41% report that being
a parent has made it harder for
them to advance in their career;
about half that share of working
fathers (20%) say the same.”
Feminists seem to want motherhood and fatherhood to look
the same — and for professional
success for men and women to
look identical, too. But Duckworth’s husband isn’t the one
bringing the baby to work.
That’s not because men don’t
love their kids or want to spend
more time with them. A Pew
Research poll in 2017 found that
men consider being a father
central to their identity at the
same rate that women consider
being a mother to be extremely
important to theirs. And approximately the same number
of men “say that they would
prefer to be home with their
children.”
Yet they don’t actually make
this choice in anywhere near the
numbers that women do. The
US Census estimated the number of stay-at-home dads in 2016
to be around 209,000. The previous year they found 5.2 million
mothers stayed home with their
children.
There’s a reason for that and
it’s that mothers and fathers
have different impulses after the
birth of their children. No onesize-fits-all parental-leave policy
implemented by the government
will change that.
In places with very generous
parental-leave policies such as
Denmark and Sweden, women’s
careers still take a major hit after
having kids. They either don’t
return to work at all or cut way
back on their hours. Men in
these countries are encouraged
to take a long paternity leave as
well, yet ultimately it’s the
women who end up staying with
their children.
A better division of labor and
an increase in the amount of
time fathers spend with their
kids would be great. But equality in the roles of mothers and
fathers isn’t something achievable.
What the majority of mothers
want differs greatly from what
the majority of fathers want. As
Duckworth showed, no option
would work for all mothers, and
even the best of choices isn’t
perfect.
Twitter: @Karol
Conservative take: ADL’s Hypocrisy on Pompeo
Dems have rallied around opposition to Mike Pompeo’s nomination as
secretary of state. But some of the attacks on the current CIA director are
unfair and hypocritical, notes Sohrab Ahmari at Commentary. In particular, he points out that the Anti-Defamation League, which is now led by a
former Obama staffer who doesn’t hide his anti-conservative bias, is hitting Pompeo for saying the same things
the ADL itself has said. “The ADL fulminates against
Pompeo for suggesting that some American Muslim organizations don’t go far enough in condemning terrorism and the ideologies that inspire it,” Ahmari writes,
yet the ADL has done so “in terms that have been as
harsh if not harsher than Pompeo’s.” Same is true for the
ADL’s critique of his focus on homegrown Islamic terrorism. “If Pompeo’s remarks are beyond the pale, so are
Mike Pompeo the ADL’s positions.”
Tech file: Social-Media Empires Starting To Crumble
“When a dreamer alienated by the big social networks would start a
new one, the internet would make fun of them for a while and then let the
thing die in peace,” Ben Smith recalls at BuzzFeed. But now something’s
changed: “Having grown unprecedentedly large,” networks like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter “became toxic and subject to manipulation.
The attempts to rein in the ultimately ungovernable has meant that the
platforms may become more like launching pads, spinning off niche networks of the disaffected.” We were riveted by Facebook’s congressional
hearings, Smith says, but “it is possible that scale and centralization are
just yesterday’s and today’s problems in this landscape of media and politics. Tomorrow’s may involve the birth of a fragmented new ecosystem
with no Silicon Valley headquarters and no executives to grill.”
From the left: Comey Memos Won’t Hurt Russia Inquiry
Democrats’ warnings that the release of James Comey’s memos on his
discussions with the president will hurt Bob Mueller’s investigation are
reasonable but wrong, explains The Atlantic’s Adam Serwer. That’s because “so much of their content was publicly known from Comey’s public
testimony last year, his recently released book, and his public appearances.” If anything, “they bolster his credibility, because contemporaneous
accounts are considered more accurate than recollections.” But that won’t
necessarily be true for other leaks, which is why the GOP shouldn’t make
this a habit: “If the Department of Justice accedes to future requests, it
might give potential targets of the investigation a heads up on information
they shouldn’t have access to yet.”
— Compiled by Seth Mandel
nypost.com
Republicans are constantly being warned of looming “demographic disaster” — that their struggles with minority voters will render the party
unelectable. But at Bloomberg, Ramesh Ponnuru reads through some new
studies and says doom is far from a sure thing. For one, intermarriage and
integration may mean many Hispanic voters won’t identify as such in the
future. Second, analyst Sean Trende suggests, according to Ponnuru, “that
black voting patterns are returning to their pre-Obama norm, and Democrats will be hard-pressed to regenerate the excitement that greeted the
first black president.” And third, time might also close the growing gap
among now-young voters: “Will age, and the marriages and mortgages
that accompany them, pull these voters toward the Republicans?”
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School Safety Sinking
ore than 10,000 teachers, principals or
other school staff were assaulted or
threatened by students last year, The
Post reported Sunday — a 4.5 percent
rise over the year before and 11.8 percent
over the year before that. Does Mayor de
Blasio still think his school-discipline policies are working?
Over the three years, these incidents resulted in injury to 8,253 school staff.
It’s surely much worse for the other kids.
After all, school staffers are adults.
And teachers believe many incidents never
make it into the official data: Pressure is
huge to show that safety is improving since
de Blasio ordered a mass reduction in suspensions and other “tough love” discipline.
The Department of Education didn’t want
the public to hear about these problems: It
took 18 months to comply with The Post’s
Freedom of Information request for this info
— even though any competent bureaucrats
who want to know the facts on school safety
would have it at their fingertips.
Asked about The Post’s findings, teachers-
T
This Scheme’s Still Garbage
eam de Blasio seems to be finally admitting the flaws in its plan to create minimonopolies for commercial-waste haulers. Alas, there’s no sign it’ll throw in the
towel any time soon.
Under the Sanitation Department’s original scheme, haulers would’ve gotten an exclusive right to operate in a given zone, with
no competition. Now, says spokeswoman
Belinda Mager, officials are “working to finalize a plan that will include a non-exclusive system.” Well, it’s progress.
The argument for limiting trash pickups
to just one company per zone was that it
would cut down on the trucks needed — reducing pollution, noise, etc.
But shielding carters from competition
would be a disaster for their customers,
leaving them unable to take their business
elsewhere if dissatisfied with their service.
And carters would feel pressure to suck up
to pols (and fork over campaign contributions) for the right to a monopoly zone.
No wonder the haulers, their customers
and unions all opposed that plan. The haul-
G
union chief Mike Mulgrew simply talked of
his “frustrations” with the failure to make
good on contract provisions that mandate
safety plans for every school, along with
counseling, training and conflict resolution.
Mulgrew, it seems, won’t make a stink as
long as the mayor keeps the pay hikes coming. Plus, Team de Blasio may not be doing
much for union members’ safety — but it’s
protecting the union by doing its best to
crush (mostly non-union) charter schools.
To be fair, the union boss isn’t alone. Few
other politicians will speak up against de
Blasio’s weakening of school discipline, because there’s a racial angle: “Too many”
black and Hispanic kids were getting suspended — and never mind if cutting back on
suspensions puts mainly other black and
Hispanic children in danger.
Thanks to this conspiracy of silence, even
September’s student-on-student homicide
at The Urban Assembly School for Wildlife
Conservation doesn’t have de Blasio reversing course on school discipline. Will it take
more deaths to make him rethink?
ers also complain the city has limited their
input in addressing alleged problems.
Yet now, it seems, the de Blasio folks have
learned from the mess a similar plan triggered in Los Angeles, where options vanished, prices soared and complaints skyrocketed: So they’re willing to step back and
open the zones to multiple haulers.
But doesn’t that defeat the purpose? Indeed, it’s not clear how the new plan, with
haulers competing, would differ from the
current system, except perhaps for the creation of (largely meaningless) zones.
“This plan will make the industry safer
and still allow for much improved efficiency
in truck route mileage,” says Mager.
Yes, there’s room for improvement in the
carting trade, particularly on safety. But Plan
2.0 just seems like an effort to save face after
criticism (from folks like us).
Better just to, uh, trash the idea altogether,
start over — and work closely with the industry to find workable fixes. Oh, and, unlike now, make everything public, so rotten
ideas won’t get as far as this one has.
Bullying for ‘God’
ov. Cuomo insists he’d never dream of
threatening anyone in his war on the
Working Families Party, let alone going
after the WFP’s nonprofit allies: “Punishment is for God,” he told reporters.
Guess that means his staffers and campaign
aides were doing God’s work when they
pushed several City Council members to skip
a City Hall rally in support of the nonprofits
facing the vendetta. More than half a dozen
sources confirmed being lobbied.
And this follows Cuomo’s reported “lose
my number” threat to the unions that had
long backed the WFP if they didn’t withdraw
from the party — which they all quickly did.
The allegations also ring true since the gov’s
been bullying journalists, nonprofit execs,
union leaders and elected officials for years.
Who can forget his “I am the government”
statement in the intoxicating days of sky-high
poll numbers during his first year in office?
Yet suddenly the gov’s fear factor seems to
be waning: The WFP’s not backing down.
Maybe the Cynthia Nixon challenge has
Cuomo off his game. Maybe he’s missing his
longtime enforcer, Joe Percoco (recently
convicted on corruption charges).
Whatever the reason, a leader who has
long looked to play larger-than-life is looking petty, mean — and cross-able.

Former
FBI Director
James Comey’s longawaited and much-anticipated
memoir,
“A
Higher Loyalty,” has finally been released. It’s
full of petty potshots and
score-settling
smears
(“Lies & the FBI,” Stephen L. Carter, PostOpinion, April 20).
Not surprisingly, the
liberal, anti-Trump media are bending over
backwards
to
help
Comey promote his
book, giving him as wide
a berth as possible to accommodate his salacious
observations, and possibly even relaxing journalistic standards to ensure that Comey can
gleefully inflict maximum damage on Trump.
There is an unsettling
tawdriness to this spectacle. It is well-known
that Comey stands a towering 6-foot-8. In his
book, however, he comes
across as a man of far
smaller stature.
Michael DiStefano
Jamestown, RI

I
worked for the government in the mid-’60s
in the Washington, DC,
area.
THE ISSUE: James Comey’s new memoir, “A Higher
Loyalty,” which heavily criticizes President Trump.
James Comey
One of the first forms to
be filled out and signed
upon entering government service stated
something to the effect
of: “I will not write a
book about my job.” Isn’t
there any provision today
that applies to Comey?
Elizabeth D’Angelo
Bayonne, NJ.
 Comey’s
personal attacks against President
Trump in his interview
with George Stephanopoulos not only confirm
Trump’s justification for
firing him but also reveal
how the highly respected
FBI was corrupted under
the Obama administration.
Perhaps most telling is
Comey stating he decided to go public with
the FBI’s reopened investigation into Hillary
Clinton’s use of a private
server because he believed she would be
elected president.
Such political considerations have no place in
law enforcement if the
rule of law is to be applied equally to all Americans.
Jack Coughlin
Deer Park

To
inject personal feelings and politics into any
case, as Comey did, is
despicable. Bill Westfield
Kerhonkson

If
Donald
“The
Masher” Trump and
Jimmy
“Wild
Man”
Comey were boxers,
they would both be heavily penalized for hitting
below the belt.
Kenneth Zimmerman
Huntington Beach, Calif.
N. Korea’s Shaky Peace Talks

Even
a blind squirrel
will occasionally find an
acorn. That about sums
up my expectation for
President Trump’s North
Korean efforts (“N. Korea’s no-strings nuke
vow,” April 20).
Do I hope for some
great breakthrough? Of
course. It’s well past
time for us to actually
sign a peace treaty and
non-aggression
pact
with the North.
Regime-change efforts
and
continued
war
games need to end.
The South needs complete sovereignty over its
own armed forces and its
THE ISSUE: North Korea’s willingness to discuss
denuclearization during meetings with President Trump.
own policies, unlike the
present and bizarre situation where the United
States has been in control
of Korean armed forces.
Mike Caggiano
San Mateo, Calif.
 In
addition to demanding Kim Jong-un give up
his nuclear program,
President Trump should
demand the immediate
return of all foreign nationals being held hostage in North Korea and
for Pyongyank to also re-
turn the USS Pueblo. No
ifs, ands or buts.
Lloyd Simonsen
Ronkonkoma

We
hope and pray that
the scheduled talks between the United States
and the two Koreas result in an end to North
Korea’s nuclear-weapon
ambitions, and that
peace is restored to the
Korean peninsula for the
first time in 68 years.
Armand Rose
North Arlington, NJ
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When prez needs no permission
F.H.
BUCKLEY
US Navy
Fire & fury: USS Monterey takes part in allied strikes on the Syrian regime.
cred Afghani civilians and denied
food relief to a starving population. We’ve stationed troops there
for 17 years, and 15,000 soldiers remain. If they left, most people
think the government would
quickly fall to the Taliban.
Does that call for a Declaration
of War by Congress? No: You can’t
declare war against a stateless
group or ideology — with whom
would you sign the peace treaty to
bring the war to an end?
The next case is Syria, where we
took out the sites that manufacture
chemical weapons, without declar-
ing war. In so doing we enforced a
red line without embarking on the
kind of total war that might remove
President Bashar al-Assad from
power. We left open the possibility
of a diplomatic solution that would
amount to less than total victory for
each side in that multiparty conflict,
one that would be better all around
than committing US forces in another land war in Asia.
We should never be restricted to
a choice between war and acquiescence, with no room for diplomatic
maneuver or targeted strikes in between.
Why Congress Is Suddenly Useless
C
ONGRESS is a national embarrassment. Beset by gridlock and petty partisanship, it struggles to do even the
simplest tasks. Just last week, for instance, the Senate was at a logjam over
whether to approve Jim Bridenstine, President Trump’s selection to head NASA. His
approval should have been a no-brainer,
but not with our Congress, which can’t do
anything easily.
The Founding Fathers designed the Constitution to place Congress at the center of
the government. Congress was the branch
most representative of the people — judges
were to be appointed, and the president
was to be chosen via the Electoral College.
We generally don’t think of our government that way anymore. The president is at
the center of everyday American political
life, and people often vote for members of
Congress based on what kind of judges
they’ll approve for the courts, which themselves have played a larger role in policy
debates. And, of course, Congress is one
big mess.
In the best-case scenario, Congress is
only able to get big things done during the
“honeymoon” phase of a new president —
the first six months to a year of what usu-
ally turns out to be an eight-year term. problem that blame, if it’s not to be apporLately, Congress is struggling to spend tioned evenly, is still plentiful enough to go
money — something that has heretofore around.
Some people say parties themselves are
not been a problem for our profligate govthe problem. “Tribalism” is supposedly a
ernment.
These last-minute, omnibus continuing bad thing. But that’s just silly. As James
resolutions — passed right on the cusp of Madison wrote back in 1788, the problem of
another government shutdown — are hap- factions or tribes is “sown in the nature of
pening because Congress can’t seem to fol- man.” If anything, political parties are a
good way to deal with the inherently hulow its own budgeting rules.
man tendency to divide into groups,
And now, in the age of Trump, even
for at least the parties (mostly) fight
executive appointments are getting
over the issues that really matter, inheld up amid partisan gridlock in the
JAY
stead of idle clashes over personaliSenate. Bridenstine’s case is hardly
COST
ties or trivialities.
the most egregious. Democrats are
Instead, I would recommend an
set to vote overwhelmingly against
confirming CIA Director Mike Pompeo, idea put forward by political scientist RusTrump’s selection to replace Rex Tillerson sell Muirhead, who distinguishes between
“high” and “low” partisanship. Low partiat the State Department.
This is despite the fact that he received sanship is a desire for victory at all costs,
bipartisan support last year when he was and it inspires an “us vs. them” approach.
nominated for the CIA, and that the admin- High partisanship focuses on the broad
istration — and Pompeo personally — is in goals of the party, trying to enact its vision
the middle of delicate negotiations with of the common good.
Members of Congress are too hung up
North Korea.
What is to be done? It’s easy for each on low partisanship — thwarting the basic
party to blame the other. But the truth is functions of government for the sake of
that this has been building for years, and scoring an edge in the next election. But
both sides have contributed enough to the this relentless narrow-mindedness is actu-
ally undermining both sides’ efforts to enact their vision of the good society — for
whichever side is in the minority just offers the same, Shermanesque opposition
that they had to endure when it was in
charge.
What the two parties need to do is agree
to some rules of the road, at least so Congress can get its essential duties done. Republicans and Democrats are never going
to agree on taxes or health care, but both
sides could come to terms on procedures
so that the Congress can appropriate
money in a timely fashion, or make sure the
executive agencies are staffed with senior
officials who have the confidence of the
president.
Admittedly, the idea of a bipartisan compromise seems like a fanciful idea in this
age of no-holds-barred partisan combat.
But the two sides do have an incentive to
compromise — if they ever hope to enact
their agendas, they need some kind of
agreed-upon rules to at least get the simple
stuff done. Otherwise, Congress will continue to grind its gears, regardless of which
party is driving.
Jay Cost is a contributing editor to The
Weekly Standard.
nypost.com
L
AST week President Trump ordered US missiles into Syria.
And he didn’t ask anyone’s permission to do so. That bothers
those, like Sen. Rand Paul, who
think Congress should’ve been
asked to authorize the strikes.
That kind of thinking is popular
with people who think we’ve been
involved in too many undeclared
wars. And they have a point. But
on this one they’re wrong. And
they’re wrong if they think that
Congress always needs to weigh in
before the US military is ordered
into action.
The framers of the Constitution
understood this. They didn’t like
the idea that a president could unilaterally take us to war, but they
also knew that sometimes he’d
have to do just that. The distinction they had in mind, in 1787, was
between offensive and defensive
actions, between waging war
abroad against a foreign enemy
and defending the country at home
when it’s attacked.
In 1787, then, Rand Paul would’ve
been right. We weren’t invaded by
Syria. It was a purely offensive operation.
The offensive-defensive distinction today, however, is unworkable.
On the one hand, Congress sometimes should be asked to consider
where we’re attacked from abroad.
That’s what happened at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, and Congress
passed the Declaration of War the
next day. It was an invasion, but the
need for congressional approval
didn’t slow down the war effort. And
Congress needed to be pulled in, because the contest would demand so
much of America and its families.
On the other hand, there are times
we take the fight to the enemy and
Congress reasonably need not be
consulted. At one time or another,
over the past few years, American
troops have been posted to hotspots
in half the countries of the world. If
approval had been required in each
case, Congress wouldn’t have had
time to do much else.
So let’s look more closely at the
kinds of actions that don’t call for a
Declaration of War, or constitutionally mandated congressional
approval.
The first case is Afghanistan,
where we’re supporting a legitimate government against the Taliban. The Taliban enforces a brutal
version of Sharia law, has massa-
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Muddled War Powers
Then there’s Africa, where we
have 6,000 troops stationed to assist local forces in their struggle
against terrorist groups such as
ISIS, Boko Haram and al Qaeda.
They’re there to train foreign
armies, but they sometimes get
caught up in firefights; four US
soldiers were killed in Niger last
year. We’re putting our soldiers in
harm’s way, but this doesn’t call for
a Declaration of War.
Fine, say the president’s critics.
But he should still seek an authorization for the use of force, as
George W. Bush did before the last
Iraq war, for each of our countless
military campaigns. That would be
required under the 1974 War Powers Resolution, which every president since then has ignored as an
unconstitutional fetter on executive powers.
But if the president sought such
an authorization for our military
footprint here, there and everywhere, would that really change
anything? Our isolationists like to
think it would. I think they’re
wrong. Instead, I expect that Congress would approve the exercise
in military power, as it has always
done in the past and would certainly do for Syria.
If Rand Paul thinks otherwise, I
have a simple suggestion: Let him
propose a nonbinding motion of
no-confidence in the Syrian attack
in the Senate. And see where that
gets him.
F.H. Buckley is a professor at Scalia Law School and author of “The
Republican Workers Party: How the
Trump Victory Drove Everyone
Crazy, and Why it Was Just What
We Needed.”
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IPO music
General rise
General Mills’ stock
could rise to 16 times
earnings’ projections
from the current 14 on
its acquisition of Blue
Buffalo Pet Products,
according to a Barron’s
report. Shares closed at
$43.41 on Friday, and
have fallen 27 percent
year to date, but investors may be underestimating the growth potential of the pet-food
seller, it said.
Iran’s central bank
has banned the country’s banks from dealing in cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin,
over money-laundering concerns, the state
news agency IRNA reported as the country
tries to halt a currency crisis.
NAFTA hope
Mexican President
Enrique Peña Nieto is
buoyed after doing a
trade deal with the
EU, saying he feels upbeat about reworking
NAFTA with the US
and Canada.
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Let’s get ready to gamble!
New Jersey casinos and racetracks — as well as sports gaming fans in the New York metropolitan area — are bracing
for the possibility that the Supreme Court as early as Tuesday could give the Garden State
the OK to begin taking bets on
nearly all athletic games.
The widely expected move
by the high court will end a
more than six-year battle by
state lawmakers to bring
much-needed financial relief
to Atlantic City and horse-racing tracks.
If legalized by the court,
sports gambling could bring
in roughly $9 billion in annual
revenue to the state, according to one estimate — triple
the $3 billion annual take
from the state lotteries and
thumping the $2.68 billion
net 2017 revenue from Atlantic City’s seven casinos.
“This law will jump-start
the casino and racing industries, and that will save thousands of jobs,” former State
Senator Ray Lesniak, who
spearheaded the initiative
over nearly a decade, told
The Post.
New Jersey has been prepping for sports gambling for
years — since shortly after a
Nov. 8, 2011, vote to change the
state constitution to allow
sports betting.
At the Monmouth Park race-
That’s the spirit
The NBA Finals, which last year featured superstars
LeBron James and Stephen Curry, could be the first big
bet in New Jersey if the high court moves as expected
and OKs sports gambling in the state.
Revenue rush,
annual totals
Sports
betting* State
lotteries
$9B
AC’s 7
casinos
$3B
AFP/Getty Images
Cutting crypto
By JOSH KOSMAN
$2.7B
*Estimate
track, just an hour’s Uber ride
from Midtown, Dennis Drazin
has built out a 300-seat sports
book operation and promises
to be open for business two
weeks after a favorable Supreme Court ruling.
“I’m certain we will win the
case,” Drazin told The Post.
Three other racetracks and
Atlantic City’s seven casinos
are expected to open their
sports books a few weeks later,
according to Lesniak, who
wrote the state’s Sports Wagering Act of 2014.
The NCAA and the major
professional sports leagues
have been fighting New Jersey
over sports gaming for years.
They won court victories over
the state in 2013 — and in 2014
the high court refused to hear
an appeal.
A refashioned 2014 sports
gaming bill — introduced on
the same day the court refused to hear the first case —
won then-Gov. Chris Christie’s signature on Oct. 14, 2014.
The new law would exempt
college sports games played
in New Jersey or games involving state college teams
wherever they played.
The leagues again won victories in a federal trial court
and twice on appeal. The Supreme Court agreed to take the
second case — and it was
heard on Dec. 4.
The leagues argue the law violates the Professional and
Amateur Sports Protection
Act of 1992, or PASPA, which
holds that no state but the
grand-fathered-in
Nevada,
Montana and Delaware could
offer sports gambling.
Lawyers for the state maintain the federal law is unconstitutional by “commandeering
New Jersey’s legislative process.”
While it is impossible to predict when or how the Supreme
Court will rule, most close observers of the case are confident of a victory — and that a
decision will come soon.
A win is expected to set off a
betting bonanza. For starters,
New Jersey will have the upper
hand — and stands to get most
of the gambling dollars.
In New York, a bill was introduced in March to allow
sports gaming at racetracks
and casinos. It is contingent
on a positive Supreme Court
decision.
Other states are sure to move
to pass laws to get in on the action.
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Dishes to ‘bowl’ you over in Park Slope
By JENNIFER GOULD KEIL
It was only a matter of time before
the bowl phenom went global.
Rajesh
Bhardwaj,
founder and chief executive of Michelin-starred
Junoon, and his partners,
executive chef Adin Langille and Stephen Macrina,
have just opened an international poke bowl fast food concept
in Park Slope.
Bowl & Blade, at 169 Fifth Ave., is 400
square feet and can seat up to eight.
Each bowl is inspired by a different
culture, from Hawaiian to Greek to Korean, and made to order.
Customers choose a base,
from grains and greens to veggie noodles and then a protein,
from ahi tuna, Verlasso salmon
and sous vide chicken breast to
root vegetables or tofu.
Maui-style poke, for example,
will have wakame seaweed salad, scallion, sweet onion, mango and tobiko
caviar as a base, while the customer
can choose the sauce and protein.
The East Medi bowl features olives,
cherry tomatoes, cucumber, red onion
and chickpeas with a cumin tahini
sauce. Sweet bowls, with açai and frozen yogurt, like the Elvis Crunch-let,
with peanut butter, banana, granola and
toasted peanuts round out the menu.
More outlets are in the planning
stages, with the next one opening in
Midtown, according to a source.

Mamoun’s Falafel, which opened in
Greenwich Village in 1971 and claims
to be the city’s oldest falafel shop, is
taking a page from the Five Guys
burgers & fries, and The Halal Guys’
playbook.
Like both chains, it has partnered
with Fransmart to expand nationally.
Mamoun’s is in the tri-state area
and in Dallas, and plans to open in
Philadelphia, Long Island and Fort
Lee, NJ, this spring, and later this
year in Staten Island, northern California and Chicago.
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Tencent Music Entertainment, China’s largest music-streamer, is
preparing an IPO that
could value the company at $25 billion, the
Wall Street Journal reported. The offering,
which would include a
US listing, would be
one of the biggest tech
issues ever and follows
the recent IPO of Sweden-based Spotify.
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Kushner Cos. offers $250M for co-op: sources MoviePass
merger is
weighed
By STEVE CUOZZO
Hikes seen
in tariff tiff
An analysis of Chinese imports shows that to quickly
reach his $100 billion worth
of goods to tax, President
Trump may have to target
such items as cellphones,
computers, toys and clothing, prompting price rises at
US retailers.
Reuters
By RICHARD MORGAN
fied buildings department filings.
No charges have been brought.
Jared Kushner stepped down
from his role at Kushner Companies in January 2017. It is now led by
president Laurent Morali but is
largely steered by founder Charles
Kushner, Jared’s father.
The firm owns tens of thousands
of apartments in New Jersey and
Maryland. It’s a minority partner in
Brooklyn’s former Watchtower site
redevelopment and also owns
Manhattan’s Puck Building.
The curtain could come down any
day on MoviePass’ bumpy run as an
independent company.
Majority owner Helios and
Matheson Analytics is weighing a
merger with the all-you-can-eat
movie subscription plan, the company said in a regulatory filing.
Helios is able to make the move
without the consent of the MoviePass
board because its ownership stake, at
91.8 percent, is over the 90 percent
threshold for such a unilateral move,
it said in the late Friday filing.
If it proceeds, Helios said it would
“structure
the
merger such that
MoviePass would
become a whollyowned subsidiary.”
The regulatory
filing also pulled
back the kimono
on just how much
cash MoviePass is burning through.
In March, Helios, led by Chief Executive Ted Farnsworth (above) forgave $55.5 million in cash advances
to MoviePass over two months
ended Feb. 20 in exchange for stock
that expand its stake to 81.2 percent
from 62.4 percent.
Additional advances of $35 million
to support MoviePass’ cash-burning
business model, which initially offered subscribers a movie a day for
$7.95 a month, took Helios past the 90
percent threshold this month.
MoviePass has pulled back from
its generous original offer. A newcomer must now pay $29.85 for three
months, which buys only four
monthly movies and a trial of
iHeartRadio All Access.
Announcement of a possible MoviePass takeover ended a roller-coaster
week for Helios’ shares, which
jumped 6 percent in June after Verizon announced a 9 percent “passive
stake.” They topped out at $4.83 per
share on April 17, only to close at $2.27
on April 20 as investors weighed a
secondary offering of $30 million to
feed its MoviePass beast.
scuozzo@nypost.com
rmorgan@nypost.com
RARE GEM : The namesake
company of Charles Kushner
(inset) is making a bid for the
surprise of the real estate
season — by floating a $250
million offer for 417 Park Ave.
(pictured), according to sources.
Daniel William McKnight, Patrick McMullan
Park talker
Brown Harris Stevens this
month sent a non-binding questionnaire to residents that asked
whether the board should hire a
real estate firm to advise it on the
situation. Cushman & Wakefield,
CBRE and Eastdil Secured were
among firms under consideration,
the letter said.
Last week, owners representing
83.6 percent of 417 Park’s shares
voted “yes.” Brown Harris managing director Janet Roman could not
be reached for comment.
Family-controlled
Kushner
Companies, meanwhile, is in talks
to buy out Vornado Realty Trust,
its partner at 666 Fifth Ave., after
the office tower lost $25 million in
2017. A $1.2 billion mortgage will
come due in February.
Vornado has long wanted out
while Kushner thinks that sole
ownership will make it easier to
find new equity for the cash-bleeding address.
Kushner is under scrutiny by
federal, state and city agencies
over questions relating to financing sources and to possibly falsi-
Daniel William McKnight
Kushner Companies, reeling
from a cash hemorrhage at 666
Fifth Ave. and vexed by multiple
governmental investigations, is audaciously trying to stake a claim on
Park Avenue, The Post has learned.
The real estate giant previously
run by presidential adviser Jared
Kushner has offered $250 million
to buy out an entire luxury co-op
building — fabled 417 Park Avenue,
which until recently was the only
residential address on the glamorous boulevard between Grand
Central Terminal and 57th Street.
The 417 Park co-op board met on
March 28 to discuss a “letter of interest” from Kushner Realty offering to buy all 10,000 apartment
shares, according to a letter from
the board to residents that was
seen by The Post.
The bid breaks down to an average price of $8.9 million per apartment.
The 417 Park Ave. board was also
approached by William Macklowe
Companies, headed by Billy Macklowe.
Through a rep, Charles Kushner
did not deny the offer but declined
to comment. Billy Macklowe declined to comment.
The Emery Roth-designed 417
Park Ave., at 55th Street, opened in
1916. It has 26 apartments on 13
floors behind a stately limestone
façade. It converted from a rental
to a co-op in 1946 and survived the
wave of office construction that
wiped out its apartment neighbors.
Glamorous occupants include
“Scarface” producer Marty Bregman, whose 4,000-square-foot pad
has been on the market at $7 million-$10 million for several years
but has yet to snare a buyer, and,
formerly, “The Exorcist” director
William Friedkin.
It’s exceedingly difficult, but not
impossible, to buy a residential
co-op building from its shareholders. Typically, 100 percent of unit
owners must agree to any sale offer
and to the price. However, 417 Park
Ave. requires only a 67 percent majority to sell the property, insiders
said.
What made the building, known
as “the holdout,” newly desirable is
recent East Midtown rezoning,
which could allow a much larger
building to replace it.
China telecom big eyes deal on US ban
China’s ZTE is seeking a resolution to a
US ban on selling it parts and software that
it has said threatens its survival.
ZTE “has learnt from its past experiences on export control compliance and
attaches significant importance to the
work on export control compliance,” the
telecom giant said in a statement to the
Hong Kong stock exchange.
ZTE “is making active communications
with relevant parties and seeking a solution to the US export denial order,” it
added in the statement.
Washington last week banned US companies from sales to ZTE for seven years,
saying the Chinese company had broken a
settlement agreement with repeated false
statements, a move that threatens to cut
off ZTE’s supply chain.
The action was sparked by ZTE’s viola-
tion of a pact reached after it was caught illegally shipping US goods to Iran.
ZTE said on Sunday it had set up a compliance management committee led by its
chief executive.
It also said it had invested in export control compliance, provided compliance
training to staff and cooperated with the
work of independent compliance monitors.
Reuters
Indian food
for Amazon
Amazon expects groceries
and household products to
account for more than half of
its business in India in the
next five years, as it moves
to broaden offerings in the
segment and foray into areas
such as fresh produce.
Reuters
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What’s trending in fashion this week
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BRIGHTEN
UP, NYC!
C!
Local ladies who love wearing black step out
of their sartorial comfort zones to road-test
the best spring looks in happy hues
By HANNAH SPARKS
Styled by BREE BONAGOFSKY
Photographed by ANNIE WERMIEL
FROM working women such as Donna Karan to rock bands like the Ramones, New
Yorkers are known for their affin y for head-to-toe black.
But as the weather warms up, spring’s hottest trends — zippy yellow, radiant
diant rainbow
— come calling. The Post tapped fi e New York-based women who adhere
e to an inky
ink
uniform to explain their monochromatic modus operandi — and styled them in some of
the most colorful looks of the season. Here are the results.
The beauty bigwig
Winky Lux Cosmetics is known for glittery
eye shadows and heart-shaped lipsticks. “It’s
lots of unicorns and mermaids,” says 34-yearold CEO Natalie Mackey, whose streamlined
personal style shows that you can run a bubbly beauty brand while dressing like a badass.
Her choice to wear primarily LBDs and suit
separates to work is strategic. “I don’t feel the
need to compete with my brand,” Mackey says.
Her inspiration comes from great minds such as
Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs, who maintained
notoriously minimal wardrobes to prevent
what she calls “decision fatigue.”
“I need all of my creative energy for the
product,” says the Brooklyn Heights resident.
Mackey adored this sunny wrap dress (far
right), but says it’s more beach vacay than
Manhattan boardroom: “I love it — for everywhere besides New York.”
Natalie Mackey
in her all-black
uniform.

NATALIE’S NEW LOOK Farm Rio for Anthropologie dress, $228 at Anthropologie.com • “Kizzy”
sandals, $139 at LouiseEtCie.com • “Felix” earrings, $333 at ElizabethColeJewelry.com • On wrist,
from bottom: “Lime” bracelet, $119, “Crystaldust” cuffs, $69 (each), and “Crystaldust” double bangle,
$89, all at Swarovski.com • “Montauk” wicker bag, $328 at HenriBendel.com • Rings, her own
TURN THE PAGE FOR
MORE BOLD OUTFITS
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From COVER on Page 27
MADE IN THE SHADES
The fashion influencer
influence
Angela Mak showcases her love of noir
style on her Instagram account, @mostlyblack_. “I literally have, like, 20 different pairs
of black leggings,” says the Gramercy-based
fashion consultant.
Her obsession is rooted in rebellion: When
she was 11, her mom refused to buy her a
black cardigan. “She said kids had to wear
colors,” she recalls.
Mak, 33, claims it would take a “severe” occasion to get her in color.
“Maybe if I’m in a plane
plane crash and
we land in water and I have to
put on that orange
orange life
life ve
vest,”
st,”
she says.
Although The Post’s stylist
managed to convince her
otherwise — no death-defying
stunts required — Mak had a
visceral reaction to this striped
blouse and ladylike pastel skirt.
“It gave me he
heart
art palpitations,” she says of her new
ensemble. Even if she won’t be
changing her Instagram handle
anytime soon, she
she admits, “I do
think color looks good on me. “

ANGELA’S NEW LOOK
Alice + Olivia “Willa”
blouse, $375, and Kos
Resort skirt, $105,
both at Shopbop.com •
“Bette” block heels,
$138 at AnnTaylor
.com • “Miss Bendel”
pavé bangle (top), $148
at HenriBendel.com
.com •
“Zadie” bracelet, $125 at
MignonneGavigan
.com • “Marquis” micro
tote, $228, and skinny
miniscarf, $48, both at
HenriBendel.com •
“Axel” sunglasses, $50
at SkinnydipLondon
.com
The graphic
designer
While studying fine arts in college,
Ruth Bauman, 64, felt bright and
busy clothing disturbed her work.
“Wardrobe colors we re a distraction from my palette,” says
the graphic designer and brand
consultant, who’s been drawn to
muted colors most of her life: “I don’t
remember wearing much else.”
The Noho resident has little
time or need for an extensive
wardrobe. It also complements her subtle socializing
style. At industry events, “I
prefer to stand back a little,
whereas people wearing
red, they’re the peacocks,” she says.
A lover of designer
clothing, Ruth really
took to this ruffled
minidress (right), but
admitted that she
might not be able to
incorporate the mustard
yellow into her everyday
look. “I guess if I was
going down to Florida,”
she
she says, “I could get
used to the idea of it.”

RUTH’S NEW LOOK
“Wallflower” ruffle wrap dress,
$365 at CynthiaRowley
.com • “Carrelen” sandals,
$110, and “Witan” clutch, $128,
both at VinceCamuto.com
• “Zaya” earrings, $358 at
ElizabethColeJewelry.com
• “Last Summer” bracelet,
$129, at Swarovski.com
• Ring, her own
The architect
When Amina Blacksher became
architectural designer, she adopted
the unwritten dress code of so ma
others in her field: “It was a natura
thing be cause the whole office wo
black.”
For Blacksher, simplicity is chic.
With all black, “everything looks
more put-together,” she says.
Blacksher decided to ditch her
colorful, “cluttered and fussy”
closet when she began interning
as an architect, opting for black
stretchy knits and coated denim.
She’s open to reintroducing
some color to her wardrobe
be cause she thinks it can
send a message: “For special
occasions, black might be
missing the enthusiasm.”
And so she was
drawn to this splashy
one-shoulder dress
(right), which ended
up being a sartorial
mood-booster. “I found
I was instantly smiling just being in the
dress,” she says.

AMINA’S NEW LOOK
Mara Hoffman “Clara” dress,
$315 at Shopbop.com • Mules,
$80 at Gap.com • Parrot
earrings, $375 at
ElizabethColeJewelry.com • Bead
and tassel bracelet set (top), $29.50
at J.Crew.com • "Pavé Halo” tennis
bracelet, $118 at HenriBendel.com
Basket bag, $104 at HatAttack.com
Erika Szychowski, a Savannah, Ga.-bred Financial District
resident, has been wearing
primarily black since her teenage years. “In high school, my
mom would ask me when I
would get off my ‘death kick,’ ”
says the 44-year-old, who runs
Good Zebra, a high-protein,
low-sugar snack brand.
She maintains a small, curated wardrobe, but says that
the pieces she chooses feel
anything but one-note. “Everything is so much more versatile
[in black],” she says.
The floral, blue off-the shoulder dress she wore for
the shoot (left) was a big
departure from her typical
uniform of leggings, oversize sweatshirts and moto
jackets.
“I was pleasantly surprised,” she says of the “welcoming” blue hue. “I bought a
kimono in that same shade the
following day!”
Living in
color
Not ready for head-totoe brights? Try a fun
rainbow accessory
By BREE BONAGOFSKY
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The entrepreneur
“Danica” earrings, $373 at
ElizabethColeJewelry.com
Multicolored striped
scarf, $14.90 at Zara.com
“Ginger” layered pendant
necklace, $119 at
Swarovski.com

ERIKA’S NEW LOOK “Melma”
dress, $365 at TedBaker
.com • Bamboo “Kimmy”
sandals, $36 at Lulus.com •
Earrings, $60 at AnnTaylor
.com • “Ridge” clear cuff, $115
at LizzieFortunato.com •
Lizzie Fortunato “Ridge”
cuff in "cotton candy," $115
at Maryam Nassir Zadeh,
123 Norfolk St. • “Bendel
Rocks Candy” ring, $118 at
HenriBendel.com
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Tambonita “Eve” bag,
$485 at Revolve.com
Kurt Geiger London “Major”
sandals, $180 at KurtGeiger.us
The Post Puzzle Page
TODAY’S ANSWER
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Directions: Make a 2 to 7
letter word from the letters
in each row. Add points of
each word using scoring
directions at right. 7 Letter
words get 50 point bonus.
“Blank” used as any letter
have no point value. All the
words are in the Official
SCRABBLE players
Dictionary, 4th Edition.
Bridge
Word Force
POTHOLED
From the word or phrase above, form AT LEAST 11
five-letter words, without using more than one form
of the same word. For example, drink or drank (not
both).
ANSWERS IN TOMORROW’S POST
Saturday’s word:
defer
dried
eider
elder
field
filed
MIDFIELDER
fired
fleer
flied
freed
fried
idled
lifer
mired
redid
rifle
riled
Wonderword
How to play: All the words listed below appear in the puzzle ––
horizontally, vertically, diagonally, even backward. Find them
and Circle their letters only. Do not circle the word. The
leftover letters spell the Wonderword.
Good bidding often requires you to
describe your hand to your partner,
but you shouldn’t gratuitously show
your hand to your opponents.
In a team match, both Souths
opened one spade, and North raised.
At one table, South jumped to four
spades, and West led the jack of
hearts. Since the club finesse was
fated to lose, South had no
legitimate play for the contract as
the cards lay, but he got home with a
swindle: He let the jack of hearts
win, following with his eight.
West naturally led a second heart,
and South took the king, drew
trumps, cashed the ace of hearts and
threw a diamond from dummy on the
13th heart. Making four.
What happened at the other
table? Over two spades, South felt
constrained to probe by bidding
three hearts. Conceivably, a heart fit
might produce a vital extra trick.
North then bid four spades, but
since South had shown his hearts to
the opponents, West’s opening lead
was a diamond. The defense got two
diamonds, a club and a heart.
To solve a Su Doku,
you must put a number
from 1 to 9, in each
empty box.
Each number must
appear once in each
horizontal row, as well
as in each vertical
column and in each of
the 3-by-3 grids.
Impossible? Not once
you get the hang of it.
Tips and in depth
strategies at
www.SudokuWiki.org
For more
Su Doku puzzles
see tomorrow’s
New York Post
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Across
1 Ejects, volcano-style
6 Coin toss
10 Org. with a “Parliament” TV
channel
13 Vietnam’s capital
14 Loughlin of “Full House”
15 Hide in the soil
16 *Actor who played Ché in the
1996 “Evita” movie
19 Conked out
20 Sign light
21 “Snowy” bird
22 Sobbed
24 Winter bug
25 *1990s-2000s Red Sox Hall of
Fame pitcher
32 Scratch or dent
34 With courage
35 Actress Campbell
36 Leave out, as the “g” when
saying “sayin’”
38 From __ Z
39 It’s accessed via manholes
40 To boot
41 End of a Seuss title about a
mischievous feline
43 Good bud
44 *Argentine who shared the
FIFA Player of the 20th Century award with Pelé
47 Rte. finder
48 October birthstones
50 Tea variety
53 Extra: Abbr.
56 British slammer
58 *20th-century Spanish dictator
61 Like small print
62 Civil mayhem
63 Like Machu Picchu
64 Explosive stuff
65 Without ... or, as a plural, what
the starts of the answers to
starred clues are without?
66 Winter melodies
Down
1 Roe fish
2 Lose it in an emergency
3 “Star Trek” ship
4 Stereotypical surfer’s wagon
5 Pride or envy
6 Ice sheet
7 Gray wolf
8 Persian rug source
9 Sticker
10 1804 duel winner
11 Scottish hillside
12 Skin concern
15 “Begin the __”: Cole Porter
song
17 Vedic weather god
18 Shoulder muscle, informally
23 Beat by a bit
24 Cook in deep fat
26 Nebraska city
27 Parking __
28 Hawaiian welcome
29 Puma competitor
30 Perpetually
31 Celsius freezing point
32 Honeyed drink
33 “__ want for Christmas ... “
37 Danged
39 “Cut that out!”
41 Many corp. logos
42 First name from which the
“Adi” in Adidas is derived
45 Oil gp.
46 1998 Olympics city
49 Tinseltown region, familiarly
50 Fizzling sound
PREVIOUS PUZZLE ANSWER
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51 Ireland, in verse
52 German thinker Immanuel
53 Largest continent
54 Anti-rodent brand
55 Things to connect
57 Chaney Jr. and Sr.
59 Tax-auditing org.
60 __ Tin Tin
Keeping your cool
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M
GO TO GREG
I have a difficult, long commute that
is unpredictable, so I am often late to
work. However, I am a hard worker
who produces good results. My boss
doesn’t seem to value that as much as
me getting to work by 8:30 a.m. and
has put me on warning that if I can’t
be on time, he will fire me. Is this unreasonable? I can’t see how being late
by 10 to 30 minutes is disruptive.
What can I do?
You can get to work on time. Listen,
I’m not unsympathetic to the fact that
you may have a difficult commute, and
there may be personal circumstances
at play too, but that doesn’t mean an
employer has to make accommodations. If your erratic arrival time truly
isn’t disruptive — and you might not be
aware of how it actually is — and you
are otherwise a stellar employee, many
employers would indeed make an accommodation for you. Your employer
clearly hasn’t, so you have to do whatever you can to get there on time, if not
early, or look for a job closer to home.
COVER STORY
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You can sink your chances
of getting hired by freezing
up at the job interview
and even Facebook.
“This is a great way to find out what to wear,”
he says, because most companies have photos
of their employees at work on these sites. “You
can walk in looking like you belong.”
Drummond also suggests that you look for
what you have in common with the people
you’ll be meeting, such as whether you went
to the same schools, champion the same
causes, raise money for the same charities, root
for the same teams and so on.
“These might give you an idea about their
personalities and values,” she says, adding that
if the opportunity presents itself, it’s fine to talk
about your research during the conversation.
“It shows that you are interested and that
you’ve taken time to prepare.”
Bringing a notebook with bullet points of
topics you want to cover is pretty much a must,
according to Drummond. “People sometimes
‘black out’ when they are stressed and forget
about everything they planned to say. This will
save you,” she says.
Dev Aujla, a recruiter and author of “50 Ways
To Get a Job” (TarcherPerigee) says that heading into the interview with an attitude of gratitude goes a long way.
“Be thankful for the occasion of the interview,” he says, explaining that the research you
do to prepare for the meeting ultimately makes
you smarter. So, whether you get the job or not,
it’s a gift.
One of his other recommendations is to align
yourself with your employer-to-be so that there
is a mission fit and a skills fit you can talk about.
And bringing a gift along, in Aujla’s eyes, is actually a good idea, but it has to be something
like a printout on white paper of something
that might be useful to the company, or telling
them about a new meetup they might like.
“What you want to do is share information
and have a conversation rather than talking
about yourself the whole time,” says Aujla.
And if you are nervous?
“Lead with listening. Let go of the idea that
you’re there to prove yourself.”
I read your column about the newbie
police officer who was uncomfortable
with the locker-room language at the
precinct. I’m a fireman and that is just
ridiculous. We have men and women
in the firehouse, and we respect each
other, but this isn’t an office job, and
we don’t have to watch our language
and behavior the same as some stuffy
white-shirts do. If anyone can’t handle
it, then he or she shouldn’t have pursued this line of work. That is what you
should have said.
Well I don’t want to add fuel to the
fire (get it?), but your comments are
inflammatory. Let me throw some cold
water on this. It is true that most people who pursue that line of work
should know that they are signing up
for a different work culture from most
corporate jobs. However, that doesn’t
mean they have to endure an unprofessional environment. The same rules
apply if someone is offended with language and behavior that is off-color or
based on gender, race, sexual orientation, etc. Then it has to stop, otherwise
you all will face disciplinary action per
your union contracts. I’m just trying to
keep you as safe from a potential
firestorm as you keep all of us.
Gregory Giangrande is a
chief human resources and
communications officer in the
media industry. E-mail your career
questions to gotogreg@nypost.com.
And follow Greg on Twitter:
@greggiangrande. His Go to Greg
podcast series is available at iTunes.
nypost.com
OST people bring copies of their resumes to interviews, but one woman
showed up at the Lower East Side offices of Finder.com with a birthday
cake, candles and a lighter.
“We were like, ‘What?’ ” says Jon Brodsky,
country manager for the Australian personal
finance comparison Web site.
“It’s my birthday,” he remembers the job candidate saying, explaining that she was new to
Manhattan and hadn’t made any friends yet.
“I guess this
was her opportunity to have
someone sing
to her and watch her blow out her candles,”
Brodsky says.
“Interviews can cause people to act like
weirdos,” says workplace psychologist Dr.
Joel Mausner, whose consulting company
Workplace Psychology has offices in Midtown and White Plains. In most cases stress
is the culprit, says Mausner, but career coach
Nicole Rae Drummond found that sometimes
people think gimmicks will impress prospective employers.
But, she says, “They usually don’t, and cause
them to feel uncomfortable.”
Richard Laermer, CEO of RLM Public Relations in Murray Hill, says that he is a hit at cocktail parties because of all the wacky interview
stories he has to share.
“One woman came dressed in culottes and
sandals, like we were at the beach,” he says.
“Then there was the guy who talked about his
sexuality the entire time, and never even asked
about the job. Another actually told me my outfit didn’t match. And then there was the one
who, shortly after the interview started, announced that he was at the wrong company and
walked out the door.”
The last was probably due to a panic attack
says Mausner, who suggests that inhaling
deeply and counting to three before saying or
doing anything might help. “The pause isn’t
long enough for anyone to notice,” he says.
Steve Wang, an associate at Goldman Sachs
who also runs a career blog, once interviewed
a woman who wanted to take a picture with
him at the end of the interview so that she
could “remember this experience.” Another
job applicant stood up while he answered several of the interview questions while everyone
else stayed seated.
Peter Yang, founder of ResumeGo, spent
more than a decade as a human-resources manager at Hewlett-Packard and has had job seekers bring gifts — expensive chocolates and
even coffee grinders — that caused him and
his fellow interviewers to feel ill at ease.
“I tried declining the gifts at first. It’s unprofessional to both give and accept gifts during
interviews,” says Yang, but after seeing how
adamant the job seekers were, he ultimately
took them.
Hiring managers say that they understand
that job candidates are going to be nervous and
stressed and that one way to quell the anxiety
is to spend time prepping for the interview.
Drummond recommends doing your research
on the company and the people you’ll be meeting via corporate Web sites such as LinkedIn
New York Post, Monday, April 23, 2018
CAREER
COACH
By VIRGINIA BACKAITIS
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Business Development Manager –
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& business development initiatives
across chemicals, energy, & natural
resources industries, including petrochemicals (commodity chemicals,
fertilizers, & plastics), oil & gas
exploration, oil refining, natural
gas, & natural gas liquids (NGLs)
processing & transportation. Analyze
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transactions, including leveraged
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producers & highly structured
asset-level investments in petrochemical industry. Conduct financial
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development initiatives across
chemicals, energy, & natural
resources industries, including
petrochemicals (commodity chemicals, fertilizers, & plastics), oil & gas
exploration, oil refining, natural gas
& NGLs processing & transportation;
analyzing petrochemical industry
financial transactions, including
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highly structured asset-level investments in petrochemical industry; &
conducting financial valuations &
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(School Bus Company) (BROOKLYN)
Long established School Bus Co.
serving the five boroughs of New
York City is currently looking to fill a
Full-Time DISPATCHER position.
LOCATION: IN BROOKLYN, NY.
REQUIREMENTS - PRIOR DISPATCH
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
μ Knowledge of five boroughs a plus
μ Professional team player
μ Excellent communications,
organizational, and customer
service skills.
μ Being able to effectively
communicate with drivers,
attendants, parents, school
administrators on a professional level.
OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:
μ Multi-tasking capability
μ Composure under pressure
μ Detail Oriented μ Knowledge of
computer dispatching software
preferred/willing to train right
candidate. μ Computer literate.
*Willingness to work flexible hours,
weekends and holidays is a must*
APPLY IN PERSON AT:
1 Coffey St., Brooklyn, NY 11231
OR Call 929-270-2560
Monday - Friday 9:00am-4:00pm
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Engineer, Computer Vision (New
York, NY): Work to act as a catalyst
for evidence-based decision making.
Integrate conceptual thinking, data
preparation, model development
(using analytical tools such as SAS,
CART, and R), and solution implementation into one process with
the business and functional areas.
Deploy analytics to create sustainable competitive advantages for the
business by enhancing insurance
product offerings. Work with Computer Vision, Machine Learning,
Deep Learning, Image Processing,
C, C++, Python, Matlab, OpenCV,
Tensorflow, Theano, and Keras. Req.
Master’s degree + 1 yr of exp. Mail resume to Lisa Goldner, AIG Employee
Services, Inc., 175 Water St., NY, NY
10038. Must Ref# SR-024-AIGNY.
Graphic Designer (PTS America, Inc.)
(New York, NY): Responb for devlpng
and exectng all art designs invlvd
in prodctn of tableware and frntre
prdcts. Req a Bach’s degree or forgn
equiv in Graphic Design, Fine Arts,
Illustration or a rel field & two (2)
years of exp as a Designer in the
textile design indus or a rel pos. Exp
must incl: Assisting in new concept
dvlpmnt process for hseware prdcts
incl idntfyng seasonal trends, design
mrktg rsrch, & sophisticated graphic
design layout principles that will
improve the ovrl graphic design
strtgy; Dvlopng final art presentations & images on frntre & hseware
prdcts to ensure artstc appeal depicts the company’s desired artstc
theme; Illustrtng three-dimensional
ideas onto two-dimensional surfaces
through the utilization of comp design prdcts (CAD) & Adobe InDesign;
Evaluating currnt/emrgng trends
of graphic design pttrns/themes
for frntre and hseware prdcts; and
wrkng clsly with Mrktng Department
of frntre/hseware comp to ensure
prdct graphic displays comply with
artstc concepts of trgetd cnsmr
mrkt. Send res: David Lee (VP),
PTS America, Inc. 222 5th Avenue,
NY, NY 10001.
MECHANIC - DIESEL/GAS
School Bus Company
DIESEL & GAS TECHNICIAN
JOB DUTIES INCLUDE:
μ Repairs and maintains school buses
and school bus equipment.
μ Test drives repaired equipment.
μ Notifies supervisor of potentially
dangerous equipment and takes
corrective action.
μ Performs all other duties as
assigned.
DIESEL TECHNICIAN/MECHANIC
JOB REQUIREMENTS:
μ Be at least 18 years old
μ Have a valid driver’s license
μ Able to obtain a CDL license
μ Must be able to pass a background
check and drug test
μ Possess a combination of education
and technical experience including a
minimum of 2 years diesel service
and fleet experience
WE OFFER:
μ Competitive compensation (paid
weekly) μ job stability μ uniforms
μ paid holidays μ sick time
μ vacation time μ medical benefits
μ union shop μ Full time and part time
positions available
*Willingness to work flexible hours,
weekends and holidays is a must*
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1 Coffey St., Brooklyn, NY 11231
OR Call 929-270-2560
Monday - Friday 9:00am-4:00pm
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REQUIREMENTS:
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sure that you do NOT have
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APPLY IN PERSON AT:
1 Coffey St., Brooklyn, NY 11231
OR Call 929-270-2560
Monday - Friday 9:00am-4:00pm
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Phys, Stats, or rltd & 3 yrs of exp in
job offd, as Rsrch Engr, Sr Sftwr
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Machine Learning; Artificial Intelligence; Python; &, C++ on Linux.
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Review intellectual property related
documents, advise on procedures
& requirements to get approval. At
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in Bronx, NY. Mail resume to employer Albert Einstein College of Medicine Inc. 1300 Morris Park Ave, Belfer
Building, # 1205, Bronx, NY 10461.
Market Research Analysts. Create
mkting and industry reports, monitor
and forecast art industry mkting
trends. MS in Mkting or Buz Admin.
Employer: American Art Trading
Center Inc. Work in NYC. Email to
arttradingcenter@gmail.com.
Underwriter (NY, NY): Identify
opportunities for growth within new
and existing production sources.
Identify cross-sell opportunities.
Conduct broker planning, including
monitoring of progress. Make regular broker and insured visits. Underwrite a book of construction and
general casualty business. Perform
risk analysis of potential clients. Price
and structure insurance programs.
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clients and brokers. Work with Excel,
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Python, MS Excel VBA; Subversion or
other source control systems; object
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Operations, Strategy/Research, Risk,
and Investment teams. Min Req:
Must have a Bachelor’s degree in
Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field and 5 years
of progressive software development experience in the global asset
management industry or Master’s
degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, or related field
and 2 years of software development
experience in the global asset
management industry. Must have
two years of experience developing
software applications for the global
asset management industry using:
SQL Server 2005; SQL Stored Procedures, Triggers, and Functions; C#;
Win Forms; WPF and Infragistics.
Must have two years of experience
with utilizing .NET to translate financial business concepts including
securities operations, structured
products, complex derivatives and
security data analytics into technical
requirements for application
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Management, LLC, 600 Lexington
Ave., New York, NY 10022
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budget and financial forecasts,
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in Accounting/Finance or related.
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Financial Analyst. Analyze financial
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PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE OF
COOPERATIVE APARTMENT
s #ONSTRUCTION !CCIDENTS
s #AR !CCIDENTS4RIP &ALL
s .URSING (OME !BUSE.EGLECT
s 0OLICE -ISCONDUCT
BY VIRTUE OF A DEFAULT in a
certain proprietary lease executed
by 2075-2081 Wallace Avenue
Owners Corp. (the "Cooperative
Corporation"), as lessor, and Samuel
R. Torres, as lessee, for the
cooperative Unit 554 located at
2077 Wallace Avenue, Bronx, New
York 10462 (the "apartment"), the
Cooperative
Corporation,
by
William Mannion, Auctioneer,
DCA #796322 or Matthew D.
Mannion,
Auctioneer,
DCA#
1434494 will sell the Shares and
Lease allocated to the apartment at
a public auction on the 1st day of
May 2018 at 11:15 am at the offices
of Novitt, Sahr & Snow, LLP, located
at 118-35 Queens Blvd. Suite 1515
Forest Hills, New York 11375. This
sale is subject to the terms of the
Proprietary Lease, By-laws, Offering
Plan (and amendments thereto) and
any other rules and regulations of
the Cooperative Corporation. A
down payment, payable by certified
or bank check drawn on a member
bank of the New York Clearing
House, for the greater of Five
Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars or Ten
Percent (10%) of the purchase price,
(but in no event to exceed the
purchase price) is required with the
successful bid. The balance of the
purchase price, and any additional
payment required hereunder, shall
be payable within thirty (30) days of
auction. The sale further is subject
to the Terms of Sale, a copy of which
may be obtaine
d
from the
undersigned, which shall govern in
the event of any inconsistency
herewith. Please direct all inquiries
with respect to the auction sale to
Novitt, Sahr & Snow, LLP,
(347) 226-5801.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION FORECLOSURE SALE OF
COOPERATIVE
APARTMENT BY COOPERATIVE
CORPORATION
UNCONTESTED DIVORCE
AS LOW AS $194
IF ALL COOPERATE (+ costs)
1000’s divorced in 30 + yrs
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PUBLIC AUCTION NOTICE OF
FORECLOSURE SALE OF
COOPERATIVE APARTMENT
BY VIRTUE OF A DEFAULT in a
certain proprietary lease executed
by 84 Drive Homes, Inc. (the
"Cooperative
Corporation"),
as
lessor, and Neil Nandkisure and
Sylvie
Fayolle-Nandkisure,
as
lessees, for the cooperative Apt. 5F
located
at 140-17 84th Drive,
Briarwood, New York 11435 (the
"apartment"),
the
Cooperative
Corporation, by William Mannion,
A u c t i o n e e r , DCA #796322 or
Matthew D. Mannion, Auctioneer,
DCA# 1434494 will sell the Shares
an
d
Lease allocate
d
to the
apartment at a public auction on the
1st day of May 2018 at 11:00am at
the offices of Novitt, Sahr & Snow,
LLP, located at 118-35 Queens Blvd.
Suite 1515 Forest Hills, New York
11375. This sale is subject to the
terms of the Proprietary Lease, Bylaws,
Offering
Plan
(and
amendments thereto) and any other
rules an
d
regulations of the
Cooperative Corporation. A down
payment, payable by certified or
bank check drawn on a member
bank of the New York Clearing
House, for the greater of Five
Thousand ($5,000.00) Dollars or Ten
Percent (10%) of the purchase price,
(but in no event to exceed the
purchase price) is required with the
successful bid. The balance of the
purchase price, and any additional
payment required hereunder, shall
be payable within thirty (30) days of
auction. The sale further is subject
to the Terms of Sale, a copy of which
may be obtaine
d
from the
undersigned, which shall govern in
the event of any inconsistency
herewith. Please direct all inquiries
with respect to the auction sale to
Novitt, Sahr & Snow, LLP,
(347) 226-5801.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEFAULT under a
Proprietary Lease between Simon
Cohen and Natalie Cohen as Lessees
(the "Shareholders") and 201 E. 37
Owners Corp., a
cooperative
corporation (the "Corporation"), as
Lessor, the Corporation,
in
accordance with its rights pursuant
to the cooperative record, including,
without limitation, the aforesaid
Proprietary Lease d
an
the
Corporation’s By-Laws, by William
Mannion, Auctioneer, license DCA #
796322, or Matthew D. Mannion,
Auctioneer, license DCA # 1434494,
of Mannion Auctions, LLC, 305
Broadway, New York, New York
10007,
will conduct a public
foreclosure sale of the cooperative
interest owned by the Shareholders
in the Corporation, which interest is
more particularly
described as
follows: 1162 shares of the common
stock of the Corporation allocated
to apartment 7D (a cooperative
unit, the "Apartment") in the
build ing known as and located at
201 East 37th Street, New York, New
York 10016 and possessory rights
to the Apartment represented by a
Proprietary Lease therefor, on May
9, 2018, at 12:30 p.m., at the New
York State Supreme Court, New York
County, at the rotunda of the
courthouse located at 60 Centre
Street, New York, New York 10007,
in satisfaction of an indebtedness to
the Corporation of
$45,618.57,
inclusive of attorneys’ fees incurred
by the Corporation through April 1,
2018, in connection with this sale
an
d
stemming from
the
Shareholders’ breach(s) of the
Proprietary Lease for the Apartment.
The Apartment is sold "AS IS."The
sale is subject to the written consent
of the Corporation, payment of all
transfer taxes, transfer fees, flip
taxes/option-waiver fees, expenses
and fees of the Corporation with
respect thereto, the Terms of Sale
and the auctioneer’s fees.
The Corporation reserves the right
to bid.
The purchase price is
payable by unendorsed, certified or
bank check as follows: a ten (10%)
deposit is required with the
successful bid, payable to the order
of Montgomery McCracken Walker
& Rhoads, LLP., as attorneys, with
the balance due within 30 days after
the date of sale.
This notice is qualified in its
entirety by the Terms of Sale, which
are available by contacting the
Corporation’s attorneys and
Escrowee, Montgomery McCracken,
Walker & Rhoads, LLP. , Attn: Jose
Saladin, 437 Madison Avenue,
24th Floor, New York, NY 10022;
(212) 551-7737.
LLC
Formation
Notices:
All NYS
Counties
Notice of formation of WinkNPero
NY LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY
Secy. of State (SSNY) 03/07/2018.
Location: Nassau county. SSNY
designated for service of process
and shall mail copy of process
served against the LLC to Registered
Agent: c/o Legalinc Corporate
Services Inc. 1967 Wehrle Drive,
Suite 1 # 086, Buffalo, NY 14221.
Purpose: Rental real estate.
Place your notice
in NYP Classifieds.
Call Karen
at 212-930-8038
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NOTICE OF SALE
OF COOPERATIVE APARTMENT
SECURITY BY VIRTUE OF A DEFAULT
In a Loan Security Agreement dated
March 2, 2006 execute
d
by
Magdalena S. Jordan and Misha A.
Shedrinsky
a/k/a
Mikhail
A.
Shedrinsky, debtor to AMERICA’S
WHOLESALE
LENDER
ISAOA,
FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE
ASSOCIATION, secured party via
assignment, in accordance with its
rights as holder of Security, will
cause William Mannion, Auctioneer
# 0796322 and/or Matthew D.
Mannion, Auctioneer # 1434494 to
conduct a public sale of the security
consisting of 285 shares of stock
plus Parking Space and/or Garage, if
applicable, of Hudson Manor
Terrace Corp. all right title and
interest in and to a Proprietary Lease
between sai
d
Corporation an
d
debtor for Apartment #EW in the
building known as 3850 Hudson
Manor Terrace, Bronx, NY together
with all fixtures and articles of
personal property now or hereafter
affixed to or used in connection with
said apartment on MAY 7, 2018 AT
12:15PM on the front steps, of the
Bronx County, County Court, located
at 851 Grand Concourse, Bronx NY,
in satisfaction of an indebtedness in
the unpaid principal amount plus
interest, late fees, attorney fees,
maintenance in arrears and all other
advanced charges. Apartment is
sold "AS IS"AND POSSESSION TO BE
OBTAINED BY THE PURCHASER. Said
sale is subject to: payment of all
sums due, if any, to Federal National
Mortgage Association, and
the
consent if necessary, of said
corporation; any existing tenancy;
payment of all expenses and fees of
the secured party with respect
thereto; terms of sale and
auctioneers fees; flip tax; State, City
and County transfer tax.
The
secured party reserves the right to
bid. Terms: an official bank or
certified check made payable to RAS
BORISKIN, LLC., for ten (10%)
percent of the price bid. No cash
accepted.
RAS BORISKIN, LLC. (Escrowee)
(516) 280-7675
William Mannion, Auctioneer
0796322
Matthew D. Mannion, Auctioneer
1434494
RAS BORISKIN, LLC.
900 MERCHANTS CONCOURSE LL-13
WESTBURY, NEW YORK 11590
(516) 280-7675
FORECLOSURE NOTICES
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF QUEENS
BAYVIEW LOAN SERVICING, LLC,
Plaintiff,
Against
Index No.: 17987/09
MELIQUE BIRKS, ET AL.,
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale, duly
entered in the Queens County
Clerk’s Office on 2/7/2018, I, the
undersigned Referee, will sell at
public auction in Courtroom #25
of the Queens County Supreme
Court, 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard,
Jamaica, NY, on 5/4/2018 at 10:00
am, premises known as 15304
Foch Boulevard, Jamaica, NY
11434, and d escribed as follows:
ALL that certain plot piece or
parcel of land, with the buildings
d
an
improvements
thereon
erected, situate, lying and being
in the Borough and County of
Queens, City and State of New
York, and designated on the tax
maps of the Queens County
Treasurer as Block 12204 and Lot
142.
The approximate amount of the
current
Judgment
lien
is
$520,299.95 plus interest and
costs. The Premises will be sold
subject to provisions of the
aforesaid
Judgment
of
Foreclosure and Sale; Index #
17987/09.
Kerry J. Katsorhis, Esq., Referee.
STIENE & ASSOCIATES, P.C.
(Attorney for Plaintiff), 167 Main
Street, Northport, NY 11768
Dated: 3/26/2018
File Number: 201202255 TKS
Associated Press
PORTLAND, Ore. — Sebastian
Blanco, Fanendo Adi and Larrys Mabiala scored and the Portland Timbers ended New York City FC’s season-opening undefeated streak at
seven games with a 3-0 victory Sunday.
NYCFC had won PORTLAND
five matches and tied NYCFC
two and was the only
Eastern Conference team without a
loss going into the weekend.
The Timbers have won two
straight after going without a victory
in their first five matches.
David Villa started and wore the
captain’s armband for NYCFC, entering the game just one goal away from
reaching 400 total goals for club and
country.
Villa had his best chance in the
40th minute but his shot was stopped
by Timbers goalkeeper Jeff Antinella.
The match was played as rumors
continue to swirl around NYCFC
coach Patrick Vieira and the top job
at Arsenal. Arsene Wenger announced on Friday that he was leaving the Premier League club after 22
years this summer.
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A day before his surMLS
0
prise announcement,
Wenger was quoted as
saying that he felt Vieira had the “potential” to lead Arsenal one day.
“I just want to talk about the game.
I don’t want to talk about anything
else,” Vieira said after the match.
Pressed, he said: “I don’t have any
comment to make. I just want to talk
about the game. Nothing else.”
A French former midfielder, Vieira
played for Arsenal from 1996-2005,
scoring 29 goals in 279 appearances.
SPORTS SHORTS
NHL: Islanders’ Barzal a finalist for rookie of the year honor
Islanders center Mathew Barzal, along with Vancouver right winger Brock
Boeser and Coyotes center Clayton Keller are the finalists for the Calder
Memorial Trophy as the NHL’s rookie of the year. The winner will be announced June 20 at the NHL Awards shows in Las Vegas. Barzal, the 16th-overall selection in 2015, led all rookies with 22 goals and 63 assists in 82 games.
MLB: Red Sox suffer first losing streak of season
Khris Davis hit a tiebreaking, three-run homer off David Price with
two outs in the eighth inning and the Athletics beat the Red Sox 4-1 on Sunday in Oakland, Calif.
A day after getting no-hit by Sean Manaea, Boston lost back-to-back
games for the first time under new manager Alex Cora. The Red Sox still
have the best record in the majors at 17-4.
 Cody Bellinger followed Yasmani Grandal’s two-run double with a
tying RBI double in the sixth, and Corey Seager drove in the go-ahead run
in the seventh inning of the Dodgers’ sixth win in seven games, 4-3 over the
Nationals in Los Angeles.
 In Denver, Nolan Arenado was initially called safe by umpire Cory
Blaser when he tried to score on a bases-loaded pitch that bounced to the
backstop, then was ruled out when a video review concluded reliever
Brandon Morrow applied the tag on a throw from catcher Willson Contreras as the Cubs won, 9-7. Cubs star Kris Bryant was hit on the head
with a 96 mph pitch from German Marquez in the first inning and left the
game. Bryant passed tests and had no sign of a concussion.
 In Philadelphia, Aaron Altherr’s RBI single in the bottom of the 11th
inning lifted the Phillies to a 3-2 victory over Pittsburgh, giving Philadelphia its first four-game sweep over the Pirates in 24 years.
GOLF: Landry claims first PGA Tour victory in Texas Open
Andrew Landry won the Valero Texas Open for his first PGA Tour victory, pulling away with early birdies and holding on with par saves.
The 30-year-old Texan parred the final seven holes for a 4-under 68 and a
two-stroke victory over Trey Mullinax and Sean O’Hair. Landry finished
at 17-under 271 at TPC San Antonio.
ETC.: Salah voted Premier League’s player of year
Mohamed Salah has been voted player of the year by his fellow professionals in English football in recognition of an incredible scoring return to
the Premier League with Liverpool.
 Chelsea will meet Manchester United in the FA Cup final after beating
Southampton 2-0 at Wembley Stadium in London. The final will be played
on May 19 at Wembley.
 Rafael Nadal won a record 31st Masters title after beating Kei Nishikori 6-3, 6-2 in the Monte Carlo Masters final in Monaco.
Nadal also became the first male tennis player in the Open era to win the same
title 11 times — 13 years after his first title here. It gave him a 76th title overall and
ensured the Spaniard keeps his top ranking ahead of Roger Federer.
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NHL
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Rockets
JAZZ
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Thunder
Tuesday
Favorite
CELTICS
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Stanley Cup Playoffs
All Times EDT
FIRST ROUND
Best-of-7; x-if necessary
Eastern Conference
Boston vs. Toronto
Bruins lead series, 3-2
April 12: Boston 5, Toronto 1
April 14: Boston 7, Toronto 3
April 16: Toronto 4, Boston 2
April 19: Boston 2, Toronto 1
April 21: Toronto 4, Boston 3
Mon.: at Toronto, TBA
x-Wed., April 25: at Boston, TBA
Columbus vs. Washington
Capitals lead series, 3-2
April 12: Columbus 4, Washington 3, OT
April 15: Columbus 5, Washington 4, OT
April 17: Washington 3, Columbus 2, 2OT
April 19: Washington 4, Columbus 1
April 21: Washington 4, Columbus 3, OT
Mon.: at Columbus, TBA
x-Wed., April 25: at Washington, TBA
Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia
Penguins won series, 4-2
April 11: Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 0
April 13: Philadelphia 5, Pittsburgh 1
April 15: Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 1
April 18: Pittsburgh 5, Philadelphia 0
April 20: Philadelphia 4, Pittsburgh 2
Sun.: Pittsburgh 8, Philadelphia 5
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Home Teams In CAPS
Penguins 8, Flyers 5
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
2 2 4— 8
2 2 1— 5
First Period: 1, Philadelphia, Couturier
3, 2:15. 2, Pittsburgh, Crosby 6 (Letang,
Dumoulin), 6:30. 3, Pittsburgh, Hagelin 2
(Sheahan, Kessel), 7:17. 4, Philadelphia,
MacDonald 2 (Provorov, Couturier),
15:48.
Second Period: 5, Philadelphia,
Couturier
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6,
Philadelphia, Laughton 1 (Couturier),
12:14. 7, Pittsburgh, Hornqvist 2
(Guentzel, Crosby), 13:35. 8, Pittsburgh,
Guentzel 3 (Hornqvist, Maatta), 19:06.
Period: 9, Pittsburgh, Guentzel 4
(Kessel), 0:30. 10, Pittsburgh, Guentzel
5 (Crosby, Letang), 12:48. 11,
Pittsburgh, Guentzel 6 (Letang,
Hornqvist), 12:58. 12, Philadelphia,
Couturier 5 (Giroux), 17:07. 13,
Pittsburgh, Rust 3, 19:29.
Shots on Goal: Pittsburgh 11-10-7—28.
Philadelphia 10-9-7—26.
Power-play opportunities: Pittsburgh
0 of 1; Philadelphia 0 of 3.
Goalies: Pittsburgh, Murray 4-2 (26
shots-21 saves). Philadelphia, Neuvirth
1-1 (27-20).
A: 19,861 (19,543). T: 2:33.
Predators 5, Avalanche 0
Nashville
Colorado
Western Conference
2 2 1— 5
0 0 0— 0
First Period: 1, Nashville, Ekholm 1
(Sissons, Bonino), 7:02. 2, Nashville,
Watson 4 (Bonino, Sissons), 10:19.
Second Period: 3, Nashville, Forsberg
4, 0:38. 4, Nashville, Bonino 2 (Ellis,
Jarnkrok), 8:26.
Third Period: 5, Nashville, Arvidsson 2
(Subban), 2:36.
Shots on Goal: Nashville 14-10-13—37.
Colorado 7-9-6—22.
Power-play opportunities: Nashville 0
of 3; Colorado 0 of 1.
Goalies: Nashville, Rinne 4-2 (22 shots22 saves). Colorado, Hammond 1-1 (3732).
A: 18,087 (18,007). T: 2:39.
Nashville vs. Colorado
Predators won series, 4-2
April 12: Nashville 5, Colorado 2
April 14: Nashville 5, Colorado 4
April 16: Colorado 5, Nashville 3
April 18: Nashville 3, Colorado 2
April 20: Colorado 2, Nashville 1
Sun.: at Nashville 5, Colorado 0
NHL Calendar
April 28 — NHL draft lottery, Toronto.
May 27-June 2 — NHL draft scouting
combine, Buffalo, N.Y.
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L D Pts GF GA
NYCFC
5
1
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17 16
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Atlanta United FC
5
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16 17
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Orlando City
4
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New England
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FC Dallas
3
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LA Galaxy
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8 10
Real Salt Lake
3
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Vancouver
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Seattle FC
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Sunday
Portland 3, NYCFC 0
Seattle FC 3, Minnesota United 1
Friday, April 27
Salt Lake at Vancouver, 10:30pm
Saturday
Red Bulls at LA Galaxy, 10:30pm
Montreal at Atlanta United FC, 1pm
Chicago at Toronto FC, 3pm
D.C. United at Philadelphia, 3:30pm
San Jose at Columbus, 7:30pm
Sporting K.C. at New England, 7:30pm
Houston at Minnesota United, 8pm
Sunday, April 29
FC Dallas at NYCFC, 6:30pm
Orlando City at Colorado, 4pm
Seattle FC at Los Angeles FC, 9pm
Soccer Scores
England
English Premier League
Arsenal 4, West Ham 1
Stoke 1, Burnley 1
Man City 5, Swansea 0
France
French Ligue 1
Nice 1, Montpellier 0
Saint-Etienne 2, Troyes 1
PSG 1, Bordeaux 0
Germany
Bundesliga
Augsburg 2, Mainz 0
Cologne 2, Schalke 2
Italy
Italy Serie A
Cagliari 0, Bologna 0
Lazio 4, Sampdoria 0
Chievo 1, Inter 2
Atalanta 2, Turin 1
Udinese 1, Crotone 2
Napoli 1, Juventus 0
Spain
La Liga
Girona 0, Espanyol 2
Malaga 2, Sociedad 0
Las Palmas 0, Alaves 4
Atletico 0, Betis 0
Tennis Results
ATP World Tour Rolex MonteCarlo Masters
At The Monte-Carlo Country Club;
Monaco; Purse: $6 million (Masters
1000); Surface: Clay-Outdoor
Singles - Championship
Rafael Nadal (1), Spain, def. Kei
Nishikori, Japan, 6-3, 6-2.
Doubles - Championship
Bob and Mike Bryan (4), United States,
def. Oliver Marach, Austria, and Mate
Pavic (3), Croatia, 7-6 (5), 6-3.
Debbie Little at Yonkers
Post Time: 12:50 p.m.
Best Bet: America First (7th)
Best Bet: I’m Done (8th)
FIRST: mile; pace; $10,000; cond
3 Painted Lady
(EGoodell) 1-1-1
6 Silk Reed
(SZeron) 3-3-7
1 Classy Chris
(JMarohn) 2-4-7
2 TcLovingCup (MMacDonald) 7-5-7
4 Playin ThePonies(GBrennan) 5-7-3
5 YouTalkingToMe(JBongiorn) 3-6-6
7 Bullvillekarla
(JBartlett) 1-1-4
8 Red Snapper
(JStratton) 7-7-2
SECOND: mile; trot; $7,500; cond
3 Here's The Magic (JBartlett) 1-4-2
4 Newcastle
(JGregory) 7-1-7
7 O U Sexy Guy
(GBrennan) 2-5-8
1 J-S Jesses Girl
(JStratton) 7-6-3
2 Itzaziam
(SZeron) 4-2-3
5 Big Bill Breeze (PLachance) 5-4-4
6 Showmeyourguns (JMarohn) 3-6-6
THIRD: mile; pace; $10,000; cond
2 America's Guest (JStratton) 1-3-3
5 Handsoffmychips (JBartlett) 2-2-5
4 Native'sBestBet (JBngiorno) 3-5-4
1 FordhamSixtyTwo (JMarshll) 2-4-6
3 Lear Seelster
(BSears) 7-4-5
6 DaminDeselHhn (RSchnttkr) 4-7-3
7 Ideal Deal
(GBrennan) 6-1-1
8 Tough As Tuff
(JMarohn) 7-5-X
FOURTH: mile; trot; $7,500; cond
4 Critical Mass
(JStratton) 3-6-5
3 Oneeyedmomma (JMarohn) 4-3-7
6 Sexy P V
(JBartlett) 7-3-1
1 MasterOfExcuses (GBrnnan) 4-4-6
2 Front Street (RSchnittker) 7-4-7
5 Time Will Tell All
(DDube) 6-6-5
7 MooseMadness (MMacDnld) 2-3-7
8 Eldorado OfGoldS(MSimons) 5-8-5
FIFTH: mile; pace; $14,500; cond
5 Americanfirewter (GBrennn) 1-5-2
3 Northern Spy
(JMarohn) 3-6-3
1 Lindythefourteenth (JBrtlett) 5-7-3
2 Valrhona
(JBongiorno) 7-3-6
4 KeystonePhenx (RSchnttker) 2-3-1
6 Ic A Free Spirit
(SZeron) 4-7-4
7 Toureg Seelster (JStratton) 2-4-3
SIXTH: mile; pace; $17,000; cond
2 Jk Pridenjoy
(GBrennan) 4-3-2
1 America's Fleet
(SZeron) 5-5-3
5 Abbeydorney
(JBartlett) 7-6-3
3 Mach One
(JBongiorno) 2-8-4
4 Sedona Seelster (JStratton) 8-5-2
6 Hallie's Comet (PLachance) 3-6-5
7 Smileandsaycheese (JMrhn) 6-3-4
FIRST: mile; trot; $3,600; cond
3 Pop My Buttons (JTaggartJr) 3-5-6
5 Moolah Moolah (JDevaux) 8-1-1
6 Dream Defence N (PBeeler) 2-4-4
1 CelebrityTsipras (ASieglmn) X-8-3
2 Windell Winkie
(RHarp) 6-7-1
4 Woody
(MMerton) 1-3-6
SECOND: mile; pace; $4,000; cond
6 Maya Scape
(MMerton) 1-1-2
2 Princess Katie
(JDevaux) 5-2-1
7 Delilah De Vie (JTaggartJr) 4-5-3
1 Spinwithme (ASiegelman) 3-2-7
3 B N A Starrr (JHuckabone) 8-9-3
4 We'reGonnRck (KDBenedett) 1-3-3
5 Bullville Bren
(BAldrichJr) 2-7-7
8 SentimentalLdy (JDeSmneJr) 5-2-7
THIRD: mile; pace; $2,200; cond
3 Faithful Friend (JTaggartJr) 2-7-6
6 CheckMyPulse (JDeSimneJr.) 3-3-8
4 Bullvillepowerpuff (MMertn) 4-1-6
1 Blue Bell Beauty (BAldrichJr) 6-5-6
2 Pen Drop
(JDevaux) 5-5-7
5 Shandy Girl
(GMcQueen) 7-6-6
7 My Candy (KDiBenedetto) 4-4-8
8 Bullvillefirewrks (ASegelmn) 5-5-2
FOURTH: mile; pace; $2,700; cond
1 DollyLittleAngel (ASiegelmn) 2-8-7
8 Sure You Are
(MMerton) 2-1-1
4 Jokes Jet
(KDiBenedetto) 3-1-4
2 Cantuhermeknckn (JTggrtJr) 6-5-4
3 J Danae
(JHuckabone) 5-1-8
5 Shez A Gold Mine (PBeeler) 5-5-2
6 Rosie Rozzo
(JDevaux) 1-3-3
7 Stud Magnet
(BParker) 8-4-7
9 Mrs Krabappel (BAldrichJr) 1-4-9
FIFTH: mile; pace; $2,400; cl($4,000)
3 Private Ashley (ASiegelman) 3-2-1
7 Always Dee One (JTaggartJr) 1-7-3
1 Seawind Kerry (MMerton) 4-2-1
2 Rusty's Flying (JHuckabone) 7-1-1
4 Fluky's Girl
(JDevaux) 6-4-7
5 KeystonMaiWay (BAldrchJr) 2-1-2
6 I Deal Vic
(KDiBenedetto) 2-2-4
8 Status Warrior
(BParker) 1-2-8
SIXTH: mile; pace; $1,800; cond
6 Ourlittleflirt
(PBeeler) 5-4-4
3 Kz Bezz
(KDiBenedetto) 3-2-3
4 RoseRunPaige (ASiegelman) 6-8-8
1 MbcamsMlleMy(JDeSmneJr) 4-5-5
2 Fly To The Angels (JDevaux) 6-8-8
5 WodmereLkypercy(JTggrtJr) 7-4-8
7 Yankee's Renita
(RHarp) 7-6-6
8 Jaybeebullville (BAldrichJr) 3-8-8
SEVENTH: mile; pace; $2,200; cond
5 FoxVlleyAddsn(KDBenedett) 9-4-3
1 LightningMdsn (JDeSmneJr.) 1-7-7
2 Bonita Island
(BAldrichJr) 4-8-5
3 Shelby Lu
(JTaggartJr) 5-6-7
4 Wicked Her Way (BParker) 7-5-3
6 So Cam Lucky (ASiegelman) 7-3-5
7 Mandolin Hanover (JDevaux) 6-4-7
8 Murphy's Ideal (MMerton) 6-3-3
EIGHTH: mile; trot; $2,700; cond
2 I'm Done
(JDevaux) 1-4-2
4 Billboard King (BAldrichJr) 1-2-3
3 Adorable Ben
(PBeeler) 5-6-4
1 Mystical Con
(MMerton) 4-1-6
5 Justsingalong (JTaggartJr) 3-3-3
6 My CoolBreeze(ASiegelman) 2-6-4
7 Tim Lizzie (KDiBenedetto) 4-5-4
5-2
3-1
4-1
6-1
8-1
9-2
5-2
3-1
12-1
9-2
6-1
10-1
5-1
4-1
5-2
5-1
3-1
4-1
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10-1
6-1
12-1
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4-1
7-2
10-1
6-1
5-2
4-1
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10-1
Monticello Driver Leaders
Thru 4/15
Driver
Sts
W
P
S
M. Merton
351
74
63
49
J. Devaux
363
68
61
50
A. Siegelman
396
68
71
70
B. Aldrich Jr
357
58
58
44
J. Taggart
345
46
56
63
G. Merton
71
23
12
12
L. Stalbaum
91
21
15
12
302
20
27
37
P. Beeler
Yonkers Driver Leaders
Thru 4/15
Driver
J. Bartlett
Sts
729
W
128
P
S
120 113
J. Stratton
683
127
107
87
G. Brennan
600
86
79
57
M. Kakaley
431
62
69
51
D. Dube
521
58
55
74
J. Marohn Jr
283
47
35
29
B. Holland
409
39
50
72
3-2
8-1
5-2
20-1
10-1
20-1
7-1
8-1
3-2
4-1
7-1
4-1
6-1
20-1
9-1
3-1
2-1
6-1
5-1
5-1
20-1
15-1
20-1
5-2
2-1
9-2
9-2
10-1
20-1
7-1
20-1
2-1
9-5
4-1
20-1
5-1
10-1
20-1
8-5
3-1
9-2
9-2
8-1
12-1
20-1
Post Time: 6:50 p.m.
SEVENTH: mile; pace; $12,000; cond
1 America First
(JStratton) 1-4-5 9-5
5 Tremendous Play (JBartlett) 5-2-3 3-1
6 AFarmboysSccess(GBrennn) 8-5-1 8-1
2 Deep Stack Hanover (DDube) 5-8-4 15-1
3 Rock N Roll Rudy (SZeron) 5-2-6 9-2
4 Revenant
(MSimons) 3-4-5 15-1
7 Happy Trio
(BSears) 2-6-3 8-1
8 CheyenneReijane (JBngiorn) 1-4-7 12-1
EIGHTH: mile; pace; $12,000; cond
1 Majorette Angie
(SZeron) 4-8-6 5-1
3 Ideal Classic
(JMarohn) 6-4-3 4-1
5 WindsunBrooklyn (PLachnc) 3-9-6 3-1
2 Jenna Hanover
(JBartlett) 4-3-3 6-1
4 BrickyardQueenie (RBaynes) 6-5-7 20-1
6 Delightful Space (GBrennan) 2-2-6 5-1
7 Conway Beach A (JStratton) 1-4-X 7-2
8 ComeGetTheCsh (MMcDnld) 5-7-3 20-1
NINTH: mile; pace; $22,000; cond
4 ShneonucrzydimndA (EGdll) 3-2-2 3-1
3 Makasi
(PLachance) 2-6-3 4-1
1 Normandy Beach(GBrennan) 7-10-7 5-2
2 Outkast Blue Chip(JStratton) 1-4-2 4-1
5 Sgt Papa Daddy (JBartlett) 1-2-1 5-1
6 Beach Ogre
(JMarohn) 7-5-8 12-1
7 The Wall
(MMacDonald) 6-7-1 20-1
TENTH: mile; pace; $17,000; cond
6 Windy Sport
(SZeron) 1-1-2 3-1
4 Betterthangradte (GBrnnan) 7-4-4 6-1
2 Oneida Blue Chip (MSimons) 1-2-5 7-2
1 CheckeredPast (MMacDnld) 2-3-1 9-2
3 Queen Josephine (JBartlett) 8-6-4 7-2
5 Mylittlesurfergirl (EGoodell) 7-6-8 20-1
7 Pull The Shade (JStratton) 2-1-1 7-1
8 GimmeSomeLovin'(JBongrn) 3-1-8 20-1
ELEVENTH: mile; pace; $22,000; cond
4 Twin B Speed Dial (DDube) 2-1-6 7-2
3 SportsColumn (MMacDonld) 5-4-8 3-1
7 Summer Side (RSchnittker) 2-5-6 5-1
1 Shoreview
(GBrennan) 6-8-1 9-2
2 Myidealson N
(JStratton) 4-5-4 5-1
5 Southwind Monty (JMarohn) 4-8-8 6-1
6 Magritte
(JBartlett) 7-1-3 8-1
TWELFTH: mile; pace; $22,000; cond
4 Oceania
(SZeron) 1-2-1 3-1
6 D Gs Elsa
(MMacDonald) 2-3-6 8-1
5 Pittstop Danika
(DDube) 8-2-8 6-1
1 YouMachMeCrazy (JStrattn) 4-9-1 5-1
2 Faithful Desire (JBongiorno) 5-7-3 7-1
3 Skinny Dipper
(EGoodell) 7-3-2 5-1
7 The GirlsOfImge (GBrennan) 2-7-1 15-1
8 Tica Hanover
(JBartlett) 3-6-4 7-2
Aqueduct Results
FIRST-1 1/16 miles(T); $85,000; alw; 4up(f)
5 Inflexblty (Cstllno)
3.80 2.50 out
4 In the Lee (Franco)
2.70 out
1 Blessed Silence (Ortiz Jr.)
out
Scr: Mo Knows.
• $1 Exacta (5-4) $3.90
Exacta picked by Vic C
SECOND-1 mile; $62,000; mdn; 3up(f)
1 Cartwheel (Bravo)
7.20 4.20 3.00
3 Anne's Song (Crmouche)
13.00 6.70
4 Dancngwthdaffodls (Lezcano)
3.30
Scr: Take Charge Aubrey.
$1
Daily
Double
(5-1)
$9.00
$1
Exacta
•
•
(1-3) $44.25 • $1 Quinella (1-3) $32.75 • $0.1
Superfecta (1-3-4-5) $68.20 • $0.5 Trifecta
(1-3-4) $99.62
THIRD-6 fur; $40,000; clm($20,000); 3YO
7 Pnm Ed (Cstellno)
11.00 5.00 3.60
6 Hard Wy Wnner (OrtzJr.)
3.70 2.80
4 Buss the Bell (Lezcano)
3.80
$1
Pick
3
(5-1-7)
3
Correct
$57.75
•
• $1 Daily
Double (1-7) $22.80 • $1 Exacta (7-6) $19.30
• $0.1 Superfecta (7-6-4-1) $24.62 • $0.5
Trifecta (7-6-4) $45.25
FOURTH-6 fur; $55,000; alw; 4up
3 Son f Mn (OrtzJr.)
12.00 3.80 2.60
4 Stan the Man (Davis)
2.30 2.10
5 More Front (Bravo)
4.60
• $1 Pick 3 (1-7-3) 3 Correct $199.25 • $1
Daily Double (7-3) $37.50 • $1 Exacta (3-4)
$13.30 • $1 Quinella (3-4) $3.85 • $0.1 Superfecta (3-4-5-1) $24.35 • $0.5 Trifecta (3-4-5)
$32.25
Quinella picked by Vic C
FIFTH-7 fur; $20,000; clm($10,000); 4up
3 Mjor Lgu (OrtzJr.)
7.00 3.90 3.10
8 Callant (Diaz,Jr.)
12.40 7.60
1 American Road (Franco)
3.90
• $0.5 Pick 5 (3/5-1-7-3-3) 5 Correct $865.75
• $0.5 Pick 4 (1-7-3-3) 4 Correct $324.75 • $1
Pick 3 (7-3-3) 3 Correct $108.00 • $0.5 Trifecta (3-8-1) $122.12 • $0.1 Superfecta (3-81-6) $101.85 • $1 Daily Double (3-3) $30.00 •
$1 Exacta (3-8) $58.75
SIXTH-1 1/16 miles(T); $66,000; alw; 3YO
3 Morrson (Crmuch)
6.60 3.10 2.70
4 Way Early (Franco)
2.90 2.80
2 Big Thicket (Lezcano)
4.80
Scr: Phone Funky Munky, Speke.
• $1 Pick 3 (3-3-3) 3 Correct $112.75 • $1
Daily Double (3-3) $14.00 • $1 Exacta (3-4)
•
$11.20 $0.1 Superfecta (3-4-2-5) $39.05
$0.5 Trifecta (3-4-2) $27.37
•
SEVENTH-6 1/2 fur; $100,000; 3YO
New York Stallion S.
7 Rtonov (McCrthy)
2.90 2.40 2.10
4 Spectacular Kid (Franco)
7.70 4.40
6 Aqua Bel Sar (Arroyo)
3.00
Scr: Giant Boo Boo, A True Giant.
• $1 Pick 3 (3-3-7) 3 Correct $23.90 • $1
Consolation Pick 3 (3-3-5) 3 Correct $14.50 •
$0.1 Superfecta (7-4-6-3) $4.92 • $0.5 Trifecta (7-4-6) $15.12 • $1 Consolation Double
(3-5) $3.20 • $1 Daily Double (3-7) $5.20 • $1
Exacta (7-4) $14.20
Exacta picked by Vic C
EIGHTH-1 1/16 miles(T); $100,000; 3YO(f)
Memories Of Silver S.
2 Sgnfcnt Frm (OrtzJr.)
2.30 2.10 2.10
1 Wealth Effect (Castellno)
4.10 2.60
6 Sweet Sting (Lezcano)
2.90
Scr: Layla Noor.
$1
Pick
3
(3-7-2)
3
Correct
$6.60
$1
Con•
•
solation Pick 3 (3-5-2) 3 Correct $4.45 • $1
Daily Double (7-2) $1.75 • $1 Exacta (2-1)
$7.20 • $0.1 Superfecta (2-1-6-3) $5.00 • $0.5
Trifecta (2-1-6) $11.55
Double picked by Vic C
NINTH-6 fur; $70,000; alw; 4up
9 Long Hul By (Frnc)
4.30 3.10 2.70
11 Mighty Zealous (Lopez)
8.60 5.80
2 Wicked Macho (McCarthy)
6.90
Scr: Bust Another.
• $1 Pick 3 (7-2-9) 3 Correct $3.15 • $1 Grand
Slam (1/3/8-4/6/7-1/2/6-9) 4 Correct $5.20 •
$1 Daily Double (2-9) $2.40 • $1 Exacta (9-11)
$11.50 • $0.1 Superfecta (9-11-2-4) $187.45
• $0.5 Trifecta (9-11-2) $65.87
TENTH-6 fur(T); $70,000; mdn; 3up
8 T Mch Dt (McCrthy)
8.00 3.70 2.70
9 Ovrnght Succss (OrtzJr.)
4.00 2.90
7 Hangman (Franco)
4.60
• Pick 6 (3-3-1/5/7-2/5-9/10-8) 6 Correct
$291.00, 5 Correct $7.70 • $0.5 Pick 5
(3-1/5/7-2/5-9/10-8) 5 Correct $65.00 • $0.5
Pick 4 (1/5/7-2/5-9/10-8) 4 Correct $7.50 • $1
Pick 3 (2-9-8) 3 Correct $9.90 • $0.5 Trifecta
(8-9-7) $40.37 • $0.1 Superfecta (8-9-7-5)
$46.05 • $1 Exacta (8-9) $12.60 • $1 Daily
Double (9-8) $9.00
Attendance unavailable.
Handle $1,073,839. Total Handle $8,637,432.
NBA Playoffs
BASEBALL
All Times EDT
FIRST ROUND
Best-of-7; x-if necessary
American League
National League
Atlanta Braves: Designated RHP Josh
Ravin for assignment. Selected the
contract of RHP Miguel Socolovich
from Gwinnett (IL).
Cincinnati Reds: Sent RHP Kevin
Shackelford to Louisville (IL) for a
rehab assignment.
Colorado Rockies: Placed OF Carlos
Gonzalez on the 10-day DL,
retroactive to Thursday. Optioned OF
Mike Tauchman to Albuquerque
(PCL). Recalled OFs David Dahl and
Noel Cuevas from Albuquerque.
Philadelphia Phillies: Optioned LHP
Hoby Milner to Lehigh Valley (IL).
Reinstated RHP Tommy Hunter from
the 10-day DL.
St. Louis Cardinals: Placed RHP Adam
Wainwright on the 10-day DL,
retroactive to Friday. Recalled RHP
John Brebbia from Memphis (PCL).
San Diego Padres: Placed OF Hunter
Renfroe on the 10-day DL, retroactive
to Wednesday. Reinstated OF Manuel
Margot from the 10-day DL.
Washington Nationals: Placed INF
Anthony Rendon on the 10-day DL.
Recalled RHP Austin Adams from
Syracuse (IL).
FOOTBALL
Canadian Football League
Edmonton Eskimos: Signed DL
Zachary Barnes.
Winnipeg Blue Bombers: Signed WR
Marcus Leak and DB Antoine Johnson.
COLLEGE
La
Salle:
Named
Mountain
MacGillivray women's basketball
coach
Eastern Conference
Series tied, 2-2
April 14: Toronto 114, Washington 106
April 17: Toronto 130, Washington 119
April 20: Washington 122, Toronto 103
Sun.: Washington 106, Toronto 98
Wed.: at Toronto, 7 p.m.
x-Fri., April 27: at Washington, TBA
x-Sun., April 29: at Toronto, TBA
NO
GAME
STL.
8:15
SNY
WOR
S.D.
10:10
SNY
WOR
S.D.
8:40
PIX11
WOR
S.D.
4:10
SNY
WOR
NO
GAME
NO
NO
NO
NO
GAME GAME GAME GAME
NO
GAME
FC Dal.
6:30
YES
WNYE
WADO
NO
GAME
NO
NO
NO
NO
GAME GAME GAME GAME
L.A.
10:30
MSG
NO
GAME
Boston vs. Milwaukee
Series tied, 2-2
April 15: Boston 113, Milwaukee 107, OT
April 17: Boston 120, Milwaukee 106
April 20: Milwaukee 116, Boston 92
Sun.: Milwaukee 104, Boston 102
Tue.: at Boston, TBA
Thu., April 26: at Milwaukee, TBA
x-Sat., April 28: at Boston, TBA
Philadelphia vs. Miami
Philadelphia leads series, 3-1
April 14: Philadelphia 130, Miami 103
April 16: Miami 113, Philadelphia 103
April 19: Philadelphia 128, Miami 108
April 21: Philadelphia 106, Miami 102
Tue.: at Philadelphia, TBA
x-Thu., April 26: at Miami, TBA
x-Sat., April 28: at Philadelphia, TBA
Indiana vs. Cleveland
Series tied, 2-2
April 15: Indiana 98, Cleveland 80
April 18: Cleveland 100, Indiana 97
April 20: Indiana 92, Cleveland 90
Sun.: Cleveland 104, Indiana 100
April 25: at Cleveland, 7 p.m.
Fri., April 27: at Indiana, TBA
x-Sun., April 29: at Cleveland, TBA
Western Conference
Houston vs. Minnesota
Houston leads series, 2-1
April 15: Houston 104, Minnesota 101
April 18: Houston 102, Minnesota 82
April 21: Minnesota 121, Houston 105
Mon.: at Minnesota, 8 p.m.
April 25: at Houston, 9:30 p.m.
x-Fri., April 27: at Minnesota, TBA
x-Sun., April 29: at Houston, TBA
Golden State vs. San Antonio
Golden State leads series, 3-1
April 14: Golden State 113, San
Antonio 92
April 16: Golden State 116, San
Antonio 101
April 19: Golden State 110, San
Antonio 97
Sun.: San Antonio 103, Golden State 90
Tue.: at Golden State, TBA
x-Thu., April 26: at San Antonio, TBA
x-Sat., April 28: at Golden State, TBA
New Orleans vs. Portland
New Orleans won series, 4-0
April 14: New Orleans 97, Portland 95
April 17: New Orleans 111, Portland 102
April 19: New Orleans 119, Portland 102
April 21: New Orleans 131, Portland 123
Utah vs. Oklahoma City
Utah lead series, 2-1
April 15: Oklahoma City 116, Utah 108
April 18: Utah 102, Oklahoma City 95
April 21: Utah 115, Oklahoma City 102
Mon.: at Utah, 10:30 p.m.
April 25: at Oklahoma City, 9:30 p.m.
x-Fri., April 27: at Utah, TBA
x-Sun., April 29: at Oklahoma City, TBA
Rockets at Timberwolves, Game 4
TNT,
ESPN (98.7 FM)
10:30 p.m. Thunder at Jazz, Game 4
TNT
8 p.m.
Stanley Cup
7 p.m.
Bruins at Maple Leafs, Game 6
NBCSN
Playoffs
7:30 p.m. Capitals at Blue Jackets, Game 6
CNBC
Twins at Yankees
YES,
MLB
7:05 p.m.
WFAN (660 AM/101.9 FM)
Nationals at Giants or Marlins at Dodgers
10 p.m.
MLBN
Boston
TUE
WED
THU
FRI
SAT
SUN
Apr. 24 Apr. 25 Apr. 26 Apr. 27 Apr. 28 Apr. 29
Minneosta
LAA
LAA
Minn. Minn. Minn. LAA
7:05
8:07
9:07
1:05 10:07
6:35
6:35
YES Network
ESPN
FS1
YES
YES
YES
YES
WFAN 660 AM/
WFAN WFAN WFAN WFAN WFAN WFAN
101.9 FM
Toronto vs. Washington
Today's Sports on the Air
NBA
Playoffs

TODAY
April 23
STL.
8:15
SNY
WOR
STL.
1:15
SNY
WOR
Cleveland
Totals
FT O-Rb A PF Pts
8-9 2-13 7 3 32
0-0 0-5 0 3 12
1-2 5-11 1 3 5
0-0 0-2 2 2 5
6-7 0-3 1 1 18
1-2 0-4 4 1 8
0-0 0-2 1 2 12
2-2 1-3 0 0 6
4-4 0-0 0 2 6
0-0 0-1 1 1 0
240:00 35-78 22-26 8-44 17 18 104
Percentages: FG .449, FT .846. 3-point
goals: 12-34, .353 (Korver 4-9, Smith 410, Clarkson 2-3, Calderon 1-2, Green 12, Love 0-3, James 0-5). Team rebounds:
7. Team turnovers: 10 (13 PTS). Steals:
4 (Love 2, Nance Jr. 2). Technicals:
James, 6:12 fourth.
Indiana
Min
FG
Bogdanovic 33:48 4-13
T.Young
39:02 5-12
Turner
22:46 7-9
FT O-Rb A PF Pts
0-0 0-6 2 3 10
1-4 4-16 1 3 12
0-0 1-3 0 4 17
Wizards 106, Raptors 98
Toronto
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
Anunoby 22:25 2-3 0-0 1-1 1 3 4
Ibaka
34:10 2-5 2-4 2-10 0 3 7
Valanciunas 15:24 4-6 3-3 1-3 0 3 11
DeRozan 38:03 10-29 14-18 1-6 6 2 35
Lowry
38:48 7-15 1-1 0-7 5 5 19
Wright
27:00 3-7 0-0 1-3 5 1 7
Poeltl
24:27 4-6 2-2 3-7 1 6 10
Miles
21:21 1-4 0-0 0-1 1 3 2
Siakam
18:22 1-4 1-2 0-3 0 0 3
Totals
240:00 34-79 23-30 9-41 19 26 98
Percentages: FG .430, FT .767. 3-point
goals: 7-18, .389 (Lowry 4-6, Ibaka 1-2,
Wright 1-3, DeRozan 1-4, Miles 0-3).
Team rebounds: 11. Team turnovers: 18
(19 PTS). Steals: 9 (Anunoby 2, Lowry 2,
DeRozan, Ibaka, Miles, Poeltl, Wright).
Technicals: None.
Washington
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
Morris
30:34 3-7 0-0 2-5 1 4 6
Porter Jr. 39:44 4-8 2-4 1-6 1 1 12
Gortat
27:55 6-8 0-3 1-6 1 3 12
Beal
31:32 10-19 6-7 2-5 2 6 31
Wall
43:04 10-24 7-10 0-6 14 2 27
Oubre Jr. 23:53 2-6 6-7 0-5 2 2 10
Lawson
14:52 0-4 0-0 0-1 1 0 0
Scott
14:51 2-5 0-0 1-2 1 3 4
Mahinmi
7:44 2-3 0-0 1-3 0 1 4
Satoransky 5:51 0-1 0-0 1-1 0 1 0
Totals
240:00 39-85 21-31 9-40 23 23 106
Percentages: FG .459, FT .677. 3-point
goals: 7-17, .412 (Beal 5-7, Porter Jr. 2-3,
Morris 0-1, Oubre Jr. 0-1, Satoransky 01, Wall 0-1, Scott 0-3). Team rebounds:
16. Team turnovers: 13 (11 PTS). Steals:
10 (Wall 3, Lawson 2, Oubre Jr. 2, Gortat,
Morris, Porter Jr.). Technicals: None.
Toronto
30 21 29 18 — 98
Washington
22 18 40 26 —106
A: 20,356 (20,356). T: 2:37.
Collison
31:47
Oladipo
41:10
Sabonis
25:14
Stephenson 23:09
Joseph
16:12
Booker
6:50
Totals
240:00
5-14 1-1 0-5
5-20 4-5 1-6
9-12 0-1 3-6
5-11 0-0 1-2
0-2 0-0 1-2
0-0 2-2 1-2
40-93 8-13 12-48
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
4-8 5-5 4-9 4 2 13
7-16 5-6 2-3 3 4 21
4-6 1-2 5-11 2 2 9
13-24 3-4 2-8 1 2 34
3-12 2-2 0-5 8 2 10
4-14 4-6 2-4 0 5 13
1-4 0-0 0-1 0 0 2
0-1 0-0 0-0 4 0 0
0-1 0-0 0-0 0 4 0
0-1 0-0 1-2 0 0 0
36-87 20-25 16-43 22 21 102
Percentages: FG .414, FT .800. 3-point
goals: 10-29, .345 (J.Brown 5-8, Tatum 25, Rozier 2-10, Morris 1-1, Baynes 0-1,
Horford 0-1, Yabusele 0-1, Ojeleye 0-2).
Team rebounds: 9. Team turnovers: 8 (6
PTS). Blocked shots: 3 (Horford 2,
Rozier). Turnovers: 8 (Horford 2,
Baynes, J.Brown, Monroe, Morris,
Rozier, Tatum). Steals: 6 (J.Brown 3,
Tatum 2, Rozier). Technicals: Morris,
8:35 second.
Milwaukee
Cavaliers 104, Pacers 100
Min
FG
James
46:08 12-22
Smith
35:17 4-12
Love
29:14 2-10
Calderon 19:29 2-4
Korver
26:13 4-9
Green
24:23 3-5
Clarkson 22:19 5-9
Nance Jr. 15:29 2-4
Hood
13:57 1-2
Thompson 7:28 0-1
Min
Horford
36:39
Tatum
35:57
Baynes
19:12
J.Brown
41:27
Rozier
35:51
Morris
26:19
Ojeleye
17:05
Larkin
16:31
Yabusele
5:51
Monroe
5:08
Totals
240:00
8
5
0
6
3
0
25
1 12
1 17
1 19
4 11
2 0
0 2
19 100
Min
Antetounmpo 40:26
Middleton 36:39
Zeller
10:57
Bledsoe
30:41
Brogdon
30:34
Maker
30:47
Parker
24:51
Snell
17:46
Dellavedova 17:19
Totals
240:00
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
12-20 3-6 2-7 5 4 27
8-14 4-4 0-6 2 3 23
1-2 2-2 0-4 1 4 4
3-9 2-3 0-1 5 3 9
4-7 1-1 0-4 2 2 10
3-6 0-0 0-2 1 3 8
5-10 4-6 0-7 1 2 16
1-2 0-0 0-2 3 3 3
1-3 2-2 0-3 4 0 4
38-73 18-24 2-36 24 24 104
Percentages: FG .430, FT .615. 3-point
goals: 12-33, .364 (Turner 3-4, Oladipo 38, Bogdanovic 2-8, Sabonis 1-1, T.Young
1-2, Stephenson 1-4, Collison 1-5,
Joseph 0-1). Team rebounds: 6. Team
turnovers: 8 (17 PTS). Steals: 6
(T.Young
2,
Collison,
Joseph,
Stephenson, Turner). Technicals: None.
Percentages: FG .521, FT .750. 3-point
goals: 10-23, .435 (Middleton 3-5, Parker
2-3, Maker 2-5, Bledsoe 1-2, Snell 1-2,
Brogdon
1-3,
Dellavedova
0-1,
Antetokounmpo 0-2). Team rebounds:
9. Team turnovers: 9 (16 PTS). Blocked
shots: 14 (Maker 5, Parker 3, Bledsoe 2,
Middleton 2, Zeller 2). Turnovers: 9
(Antetokounmpo 2, Middleton 2,
Bledsoe, Brogdon, Dellavedova, Maker,
Snell). Steals: 7 (Middleton 2, Parker 2,
Bledsoe,
Dellavedova,
Zeller).
Technicals: Middleton, 8:35 second.
Cleveland
Indiana
Boston
Milwaukee
A: 17,923 (18,165).
30 30 20 24 —104
24 26 28 22 —100
17 18 32 35 —102
24 27 24 29 —104
A: 18,717 (18,717). T: 2:22.
Spurs 103, Warriors 90
35
Golden State
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
Durant
40:49 12-28 6-7 1-13 2 0 34
Dr.Green 41:49 4-14 0-0 8-18 9 4 9
McGee
16:55 3-6 1-2 3-7 0 3 7
Iguodala 26:23 0-3 4-4 2-6 2 4 4
Thompson 42:24 4-16 2-2 2-5 1 2 12
Livingston 21:06 5-9 0-0 1-3 2 3 10
Cook
15:12 1-2 2-2 0-1 1 1 4
West
13:37 4-6 0-0 2-3 1 2 8
Looney
13:14 1-5 0-0 5-5 1 2 2
Young
8:31 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0
Totals
240:00 34-90 15-17 24-61 19 22 90
Percentages: FG .378, FT .882. 3-point
goals: 7-28, .250 (Durant 4-13,
Thompson 2-6, Dr.Green 1-6, Cook 0-1,
Iguodala 0-1, Young 0-1). Team
rebounds: 3. Team turnovers: 16 (21
PTS). Blocked shots: 2 (Cook, Durant).
Turnovers: 16 (Dr.Green 5, Durant 3,
Thompson 3, Iguodala 2, McGee 2,
West). Steals: 6 (Livingston 2, Dr.Green,
Iguodala,
Thompson,
West).
Technicals: coach Warriors (Defensive
three second), 9:16 second; West, 6:12
third.
San Antonio
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
Gay
37:12 7-15 0-1 2-7 2 3 14
Da.Green 20:53 2-7 0-0 2-2 0 2 6
Aldridge
37:53 7-19 5-5 2-10 0 2 22
Mills
36:08 3-8 0-1 0-0 5 4 9
Murray
26:29 4-8 1-2 1-4 2 1 12
Ginobili
25:15 5-10 3-4 0-3 5 3 16
Gasol
19:02 1-2 2-2 0-5 4 0 5
Anderson 18:32 4-4 2-2 0-3 0 2 10
Parker
16:05 4-7 1-2 0-0 2 0 9
Bertans
2:31 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 0
Totals
240:00 37-81 14-19 7-34 20 18 103
Percentages: FG .457, FT .737. 3-point
goals: 15-28, .536 (Aldridge 3-3, Murray
3-4, Ginobili 3-5, Mills 3-7, Da.Green 2-5,
Gasol 1-1, Bertans 0-1, Gay 0-2). Team
rebounds: 9. Team turnovers: 8 (15
PTS). Blocked shots: 4 (Aldridge,
Anderson,
Da.Green,
Murray).
Turnovers: 8 (Aldridge, Bertans, Gasol,
Gay, Ginobili, Mills, Murray, Parker).
Steals: 6 (Gay 2, Aldridge, Mills, Murray,
Parker). Technicals: None.
Golden State
22 20 29 19 — 90
San Antonio
30 26 21 26 —103
A: 18,418 (18,418). T: 2:12.
nypost.com
Boston Red Sox: Reinstated LHP
Bobby Poyner from the 10-day DL and
optioned him to Pawtucket (IL).
Los Angeles Angels: Optioned RHP
Eduardo Paredes to Salt Lake (PCL).
Recalled RHP Jaime Barria from Salt
Lake.
Minnesota Twins: Sent OF Byron
Buxton to Fort Myers (FSL) for a
rehab assignment.
New York Yankees: Optioned INF
Tyler Wade to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
(IL). Designated INF/OF Jace
Peterson for assignment. Recalled
INF
Gleyber
Torres
from
Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Signed RHP
David Hale to a one-year contract and
selected him from Scranton/WilkesBarre.
Seattle Mariners: Optioned OF
Guillermo Heredia to Tacoma (PCL).
Reinstated RHP Erasmo Ramirez from
the 10-day DL.
Tampa Bay Rays: Assigned 1B
Brandon Snyder outright to Durham
(IL).
Texas Rangers: Placed OF Carlos
Tocci on the 10-day DL. Reinstated OF
Delino DeShields Jr. from the 10-day
DL.
Bucks 104, Celtics 102
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AL Standings
Pitching Form
East
Boston
Toronto
Yankees
Tampa Bay
Baltimore
W L Pct. GB *WGB
17 4 .810 —
—
13 8 .619 4
—
11 9 .550 5½
1½
8 13 .381 9
5
6 16 .273 11½
7½
L10 Streak Home Away
8-2 L-2
8-1 9-3
6-4 L-2
7-3 6-5
6-4 W-2
7-5 4-4
5-5 W-4
6-7 2-6
2-8 L-2
3-6 3-10
Central
Cleveland
Minnesota
Detroit
Kansas City
Chicago
W L Pct. GB *WGB
11 8 .579 —
—
8 8 .500 1½
2½
9 11 .450 2½
3½
5 15 .250 6½
7½
4 14 .222 6½
7½
L10 Streak Home Away
7-3 W-2
6-2 5-6
4-6 L-3
5-3 3-5
5-5 L-1
6-7 3-4
2-8 W-1
1-7 4-8
1-9 L-7
1-8 3-6
West
Houston
Los Angeles
Seattle
Oakland
Texas
W L Pct. GB *WGB
16 7 .696 —
—
14 8 .636 1½
—
11 9 .550 3½
1½
11 11 .500 4½
2½
8 15 .348 8
6
L10
7-3
5-5
5-5
7-3
4-6
Streak Home Away
W-6
6-3 10-4
L-1
5-7 9-1
L-1
5-5 6-4
W-2
8-6 3-5
W-1
3-10 5-5
Sunday
Royals 8, Tigers 5
Kansas City
Tuesday
Minnesota at Yankees, 6:35
Seattle at White Sox, 5:10
Cubs at Cleveland, 6:10
Tampa Bay at Baltimore, 7:05
Boston at Toronto, 7:07
Oakland at Texas, 8:05
L.A. Angels at Houston, 8:10
Milwaukee at Kansas City, 8:15
Toronto
Granderson rf
Hernandez lf
Smoak 1b
Solarte 3b
Martin c
Morales dh
Pillar cf
Travis 2b
Gurriel ss
Totals
Yankees
Hicks cf
Judge rf
Gregorius ss
Stanton lf
Sanchez dh
Austin 1b
Andujar 3b
Torres 2b
Romine c
Totals
AB
4
4
3
4
3
3
3
3
3
30
AB
4
3
3
4
3
3
4
4
3
31
Toronto
Yankees
R
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
R
1
0
1
0
2
0
1
0
0
5
H
0
2
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
4
H
1
0
1
0
1
1
4
0
1
9
BI
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
BI
0
0
2
0
0
0
1
0
2
5
BB
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
1
0
4
BB
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
0
3
SO
3
0
1
2
0
1
1
0
0
8
SO
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
0
6
Avg
.294
.343
.237
.250
.130
.235
.304
.140
.273
Avg
.290
.324
.333
.185
.188
.286
.308
.000
.292
000 001 000 — 1 4 1
120 001 10x — 5 9 0
E: Martin (2). LOB: Toronto 7, New York 6.
2B: Smoak (6), Sanchez (5), Andujar 2 (7),
Romine (1). HR: Hernandez (3), off Severino;
Gregorius (6), off Garcia. RBIs: Hernandez
(10), Gregorius 2 (20), Andujar (10), Romine
2 (6). SB: Pillar (4), Hicks (1). SF: Gregorius.
Runners left in scoring position: Toronto 5
(Hernandez 2, Morales, Travis 2); New York
3 (Hicks, Romine 2). RISP: Toronto 0 for 9;
New York 3 for 8. Runners moved up:
Granderson. GIDP: Solarte, Torres. DP:
Toronto 1 (Solarte, Travis, Smoak); New
York 1 (Torres, Gregorius, Austin).
Toronto
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Garcia, L, 2-1 5.1 6 4 4 3 6 95 4.57
Oh
0.2 1 0 0 0 0 17 2.08
Barnes
1.0 1 1 0 0 0 16 0.77
Axford
1.0 1 0 0 0 0 12 2.70
Yankees
IP
Severino, W, 4-1 7.0
Robertson
1.0
Chapman
1.0
H
3
1
0
R
1
0
0
ER
1
0
0
BB
2
0
2
SO
6
1
1
NP
112
14
21
Merrifield 1b
5 1 1 1
0
1 .266
4 2 1 0
1
1 .250
Moustakas dh
5 1 1 3
0
0 .318
Soler rf
2 1 1 0
3
0 .288
Orlando lf
4 1 0 0
1
2 .191
Almonte cf
3 1 1 4
1
1 .242
Goins 2b
4 0 0 0
0
1 .207
Escobar ss
4 0 1 0
0
1 .200
Butera c
2 1 1 0
2
0 .182
33 8 7 8
8
7
Totals
Yankees 5, Blue Jays 1
ERA
2.32
3.86
2.00
Inherited runners-scored: Oh 2-1. HBP:
Severino (Pillar). Umpires: Home, Tom
Woodring; First, Ted Barrett; Second, Lance
Barksdale; Third, Will Little. T: 2:47. A:
43,628 (54,251).
AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Cuthbert 3b
Detroit
AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Martin cf
3 1 0 0
0
1 .274
Candelario 3b
3 2 1 0
1
0 .277
Cabrera 1b
3 1 1 1
1
0 .300
Castellanos rf
4 1 3 2
0
0 .309
Martinez dh
4 0 0 0
0
2 .258
Jones lf
4 0 1 1
0
0 .293
McCann c
3 0 1 1
0
1 .232
Iglesias ss
4 0 0 0
0
2 .194
Machado 2b
Totals
4 0 1 0
0
0 .211
32 5 8 5
2
6
Kansas City
000 005 300 — 8 7 1
Detroit
200 003 000 — 5 8 0
E: Orlando (2). LOB: Kansas City 6, Detroit 4.
2B: Cuthbert (2), Candelario (5), Machado
(8). HR: Merrifield (3), off Liriano; Almonte
(2), off Wilson; Moustakas (6), off Farmer.
RBIs: Merrifield (7), Moustakas 3 (17),
Almonte 4 (6), Cabrera (14), Castellanos 2
(11), Jones (5), McCann (9). SB: Almonte (1).
SF: McCann. Runners left in scoring
position: Kansas City 2 (Cuthbert, Butera);
Detroit 2 (Cabrera, Jones). RISP: Kansas City
2 for 6; Detroit 3 for 9. Runners moved up:
Merrifield, Moustakas, Cabrera. GIDP:
Merrifield, Martinez, Machado. DP: Kansas
City 2 (Escobar, Goins, Merrifield),
(Cuthbert, Goins, Merrifield); Detroit 1
(Iglesias, Machado, Cabrera).
Kansas City
Skoglund
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
5.0 4 4 4
2
3 94 8.59
McCarthy, W, 1-0 1.0 2 1 0
0
1 17 6.23
Flynn, H, 1
2.0 2 0 0
0
1 28 3.60
Herrera, S, 4 1.0 0 0 0
0
1 13 0.00
Detroit
W-L
2018
ERA
*REC
'17 vs OPP
CAREER
W-L
ERA vs OPP
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Liriano
5.1 2 3 3
4
6 92 3.13
Wilson
0.2 1 2 2
1
0 18 6.57
VerHagen, L, 0-1 0.1 0 2 2
2
1 15 6.30
Farmer
1.2 4 1 1
0
0 20 6.30
Jimenez
1.0 0 0 0
1
0 19 0.00
Skoglund pitched to 2 batters in the 6th.
Inherited runners-scored: McCarthy 2-2,
Wilson 2-2, Farmer 2-2. HBP: Skoglund
(Martin). WP: Skoglund. Umpires: Home,
Kerwin Danley; First, Scott Barry; Second,
Carlos Torres; Third, Ramon De Jesus. T:
3:09. A: 19,034 (41,297).
LAST 3 STARTS
W-L
IP
ERA
The
Line
Twins
Yankees
Odorizzi (R)
Tanaka (R)
7:05pm
1-1
2-2
3.38
6.45
2-2
2-2
0-2
0-0
4.66
0.00
5-7
4-0
1-1
1-2
15.1
16.1
4.70
8.27
Braves
Reds
Foltynewicz (R)
Romano (R)
6:40pm
1-1
0-2
2.53
5.75
1-3
1-3
0-0
1-0
0.00
1.29
1-0
1-0
1-1
0-1
16.1
14.1
2.20
6.28
Padres
Rockies
Mitchell (R)
Bettis (R)
0-2
3-0
5.03
1.44
0-4
4-0
0-0
0-1
0.00
1.93
0-1
4-2
0-1
2-0
14.2
20.0
3.68
0.90
Favorite
8:40pm
Braves
$123-133
REDS
Marlins
Dodgers
Garcia (L)
Buehler (R)
0.86
0.00
1-1
0-0
0-0
0-0
10.80
0.00
0-0
—
1-0
0-0
15.0
0.0
1.20
0.00
ROCKIES
$165-180
Padres
10:10pm
1-0
0-0
DODGERS
OFF
Marlins
Nationals
Giants
Gonzalez (L)
Stratton (R)
2.49
2.22
2-2
3-1
1-0
1-0
4.26
0.00
5-4
1-0
1-1
1-0
15.2
19.0
2.87
1.42
Nationals
$107-117
GIANTS
10:15pm
2-1
1-1
Indians
Orioles
Carrasco (R)
Gausman (R)
2.60
5.57
3-1
2-2
1-0
0-1
0.00
4.76
2-2
2-2
2-0
1-0
22.0
17.0
1.23
3.71
Favorite
Line
7:05pm
3-0
1-1
YANKEES
$184-204
Twins
Athletics
Rangers
Cahill (R)
Moore (L)
8:05pm
1-0
1-3
0.00
5.59
1-0
1-3
1-0
0-1
0.00
7.20
10-4
1-2
1-0
1-2
7.0
15.1
0.00
4.70
Indians
$193-213
ORIOLES
Athletics
$108-118
RANGERS
Mariners
White Sox
Leake (R)
Gonzalez (R)
8:10pm
2-1
0-3
4.50
12.41
3-1
0-3
0-0
0-1
0.00
27.00
0-0
1-2
1-1
0-3
17.0
12.1
5.29
12.41
ASTROS
$177-192
Angels
Mariners
$153-163 WHITE SOX
Angels
Astros
Skaggs (L)
Cole (R)
8:10pm
2-1
2-0
3.98
0.96
3-1
4-0
1-0
0-0
4.24
0.00
3-2
1-0
1-1
1-0
14.0
21.0
5.79
0.86
Major League Baseball
Monday
National League
Line
Underdog
American League
Underdog
Home Teams In CAPS
* REC: Won-lost record of pitcher's team in games he has started.
You buying what Stitches is selling?
*WGB: Games behind leader in wild-card race
Yankees 5, Toronto 1
Cleveland 7, Baltimore 3
Kansas City 8, Detroit 5
Tampa Bay 8, Minnesota 6
Houston 7, White Sox 1
Texas 7, Seattle 4
Oakland 4, Boston 1
San Francisco 4, L.A. Angels 2
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was followed by a report that the black shoes (worn once)
Michael Jackson used for his world famous moonwalk will
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My Horace Clarke trading card (critical but stable condition) and my Chuck Taylor Converse hi-tops (worn the day
Neil Armstrong walked on the moon). What am I bid?
Took 11 innings but the Phillies outlasted the Pirates 3-2
to complete the weekend sweep of their intrastate rivals.
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+$
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Marlins took the air out of Masahiro Tanaka’s tires? Twins
are at the stadium tonight and we’re thinking Tanaka
brings his “A” game. Maybe. 10 units on the Yanks.
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Houston
AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Springer cf-rf
4 2 1 0 1 0 .239
Altuve 2b
4 1 1 1 1 0 .344
Correa ss
2 1 2 1 2 0 .351
Reddick rf-lf
4 0 0 0 1 1 .250
Bregman 3b
4 1 2 1 1 0 .253
Gonzalez 1b
5 0 1 2 0 1 .200
Gattis dh
5 1 1 2 0 2 .217
Stassi c
4 0 1 0 1 0 .303
Fisher lf
2 0 0 0 0 1 .128
a-Marisnick ph-cf 3 1 1 0 0 2 .130
Totals
Chicago
Moncada 2b
A.Garcia rf
Abreu 1b
Delmonico lf
Castillo c
Davidson dh
Sanchez 3b
Anderson ss
L.Garcia cf
Totals
Indians 7, Orioles 3
Cleveland
AB R H BI BB SO Avg
a-out on fielder's choice for Alvarez in the
8th. E: Sardinas (2). LOB: Cleveland 10,
Lindor ss
5 1 2 1
0
0 .220
Kipnis 2b
5 1 1 0
0
2 .182
Ramirez 3b
4 2 2 3
1
2 .236
Brantley lf
5 0 2 1
0
0 .348
Encarnacion dh
5 1 1 0
0
2 .143
(8), off Kluber. RBIs: Lindor (8), Ramirez 3
Alonso 1b
5 1 2 1
0
1 .221
(12), Brantley (8), Alonso (11), Gomes (7),
Gomes c
5 0 3 1
0
0 .261
Machado 2 (17), C.Davis (6). S: R.Davis.
Naquin rf
5 0 1 0
0
1 .268
Runners left in scoring position: Cleveland 7
R.Davis cf
2 1 0 0
1
0 .194
(Kipnis 3, Alonso 2, Naquin 2). RISP:
Totals
41 7 14 7
2
8
Cleveland 3 for 13; Baltimore 1 for 1. GIDP:
Baltimore
AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Baltimore 2. 2B: Brantley (4), Encarnacion
(1), Alonso (2), Gomes (2), Jones (6). HR:
Ramirez (6), off Cashner; Ramirez (7), off
Brach; Machado (7), off Kluber; Machado
Beckham. DP: Cleveland 1 (Ramirez, Kipnis,
Alonso).
Gentry lf
4 0 0 0
0
2 .189
Cleveland
Alvarez dh
3 0 0 0
0
0 .214
Kluber, W, 3-1 7.0 6 3 3
0
4 98 1.96
a-Valencia ph-dh
1 0 0 0
0
0 .138
Miller, H, 3
1.0 0 0 0
0
2 11 0.00
Allen
1.0 0 0 0
0
1 11 0.00
Machado ss
4 2 3 2
0
0 .356
Jones cf
4 1 1 0
0
1 .239
C.Davis 1b
4 0 1 1
0
1 .164
Beckham 3b
3 0 0 0
0
1 .175
Baltimore
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Cashner, L, 1-3 6.0 8 4 4
2
7 112 3.60
Santander rf
3 0 0 0
0
1 .161
Castro
2.0 2 0 0
0
1 30 3.29
Joseph c
3 0 1 0
0
0 .100
Brach
1.0 4 3 3
0
0 23 5.19
Sardinas 2b
Totals
3 0 0 0
0
1 .118
32 3 6 3
0
7
Cleveland
000 220 003 — 7 14 0
Baltimore
100 200 000 — 3 6 1
Kluber pitched to 1 batter in the 8th.
Inherited runners-scored: Miller 1-0. WP:
Cashner. Umpires: Home, John Tumpane;
First, Ron Kulpa; Second, Gabe Morales;
Third, Ed Hickox. T: 2:54. A: 27,394 (45,971).
MLB Calendar
May 4-6: Los Angeles Dodgers vs.
San Diego at Monterrey, Mexico.
Jun. 4: Amateur draft starts.
Jun. 13-14: Owners' meetings, New York.
Rays 8, Twins 6
Astros 7, White Sox 1
37 7 10 7
AB
3
4
4
4
3
4
2
4
3
R
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
H
1
2
1
0
1
1
2
1
0
31 1 9 1
Houston
Chicago
7
7
BI BB SO Avg
0 1 2 .214
0 0 0 .225
0 0 0 .274
0 0 0 .245
0 0 1 .233
0 0 1 .207
1 1 0 .279
0 0 0 .239
0 0 1 .200
2
5
000 010 501 — 7 10 0
010 000 000 — 1 9 0
a-singled for Fisher in the 7th. LOB: Houston
11, Chicago 7. 2B: Springer (8), Gonzalez (5),
Davidson (2), Sanchez (3). HR: Gattis (1), off
Santiago. RBIs: Altuve (10), Correa (19),
Bregman (6), Gonzalez 2 (11), Gattis 2 (8),
Sanchez (10). SF: Correa. Runners left in
scoring position: Houston 5 (Gonzalez 2,
Fisher 2, Marisnick); Chicago 4 (Delmonico,
Anderson 2, L.Garcia). RISP: Houston 3 for
12; Chicago 2 for 6. Runners moved up:
Gonzalez, Altuve. GIDP: A.Garcia, Abreu,
Davidson, Anderson. DP: Houston 4 (Correa,
Altuve, Gonzalez), (Correa, Altuve,
Gonzalez), (Bregman, Altuve, Gonzalez),
(Correa, Altuve, Gonzalez).
Houston
IP
McCullers, W, 3-1 6.0
Harris
1.0
Giles
1.0
Devenski
1.0
H
8
1
0
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
1 1 1 3 96 4.67
0 0 0 1 12 1.93
0 0 0 1 13 2.57
0 0 1 0 16 0.90
Chicago
IP
Lopez
5.0
Infante
1.0
Bummer, L, 0-1 0.0
Rondon
0.1
Jones
0.2
Avilan
1.0
Santiago
1.0
H
4
0
1
2
1
0
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
1 1 4 2 100 1.50
0 0 0 1 8 9.82
1 1 0 0 6 6.75
4 4 2 1 25 8.10
0 0 0 1 12 1.23
0 0 1 0 14 5.40
1 1 0 2 19 4.26
Bummer pitched to 1 batter in the 7th.
Inherited runners-scored: Rondon 1-1,
Jones
3-3.
HBP:
McCullers
2
(Castillo,Sanchez). WP: Lopez, Rondon. PB:
Castillo (3). Umpires: Home, Manny
Gonzalez; First, Jeff Nelson; Second, Laz
Diaz; Third, Andy Fletcher. T: 3:20. A: 17,167
(40,615).
Minnesota
Dozier 2b
Mauer dh
Grossman rf
a-Sano ph-3b
Rosario lf-cf
Morrison 1b
Escobar 3b-ss
Kepler cf-rf
Adrianza ss-lf
Castro c
b-Garver ph-c
Totals
AB
5
2
3
2
5
4
4
4
4
2
0
35
R
1
0
0
0
0
1
2
0
1
1
0
6
H
2
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
9
BI BB SO
2 0 0
0 3 0
0 0 2
1 0 1
1 0 1
0 0 1
1 0 0
1 0 2
0 0 1
0 1 2
0 1 0
6 5 10
Avg
.310
.315
.121
.213
.246
.096
.275
.288
.250
.143
.133
Tampa Bay
Span lf
Cron dh
2-Refsnyder pr
Gomez rf
Miller 1b
Robertson 3b
Wendle 2b
Sucre c
1-Field pr
Ramos c
Smith cf
Hechavarria ss
Totals
AB
4
5
0
5
3
4
4
4
0
0
3
4
36
R
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
0
0
1
8
H
1
2
0
1
0
4
2
3
0
0
0
1
14
BI BB SO
0 1 1
2 0 1
0 0 0
2 0 3
0 1 1
0 0 0
1 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 2
3 0 2
8 2 12
Avg
.259
.273
.111
.160
.184
.318
.304
.333
.176
.241
.344
.275
Minnesota
Tampa Bay
011 001 120 — 6 9 1
200 004 002 — 8 14 0
No outs when winning run scored. a-singled
for Grossman in the 7th. b-walked for Castro
in the 8th. 1-ran for Sucre in the 8th. 2-ran
for Cron in the 9th. E: Rosario (3). LOB:
Minnesota 8, Tampa Bay 7. 2B: Kepler (4),
Robertson (3). HR: Escobar (2), off Chirinos;
Cron (5), off Hughes; Hechavarria (1), off
Busenitz; Gomez (3), off Reed. RBIs: Dozier 2
(9), Rosario (10), Escobar (8), Kepler (7),
Sano (11), Cron 2 (13), Gomez 2 (6), Wendle
(6), Hechavarria 3 (11). Runners left in
scoring position: Minnesota 3 (Mauer,
Morrison, Adrianza); Tampa Bay 1
(Hechavarria). RISP: Minnesota 3 for 8;
Tampa Bay 3 for 10. GIDP: Rosario, Span. DP:
Minnesota 1 (Dozier, Escobar, Morrison);
Tampa Bay 1 (Wendle, Hechavarria, Miller).
Minnesota
Hughes
Pressly
Rogers
Busenitz
Hildenberger
Reed, L, 0-1
IP
3.1
1.2
0.2
1.0
0.1
1.0
H
5
0
3
3
0
3
R ER BB SO NP ERA
2 2 2 2 70 5.40
0 0 0 4 21 0.00
3 3 0 1 19 7.04
1 1 0 3 25 2.70
0 0 0 1 7 4.50
2 2 0 1 20 2.45
Tampa Bay
Chirinos
Yarbrough
Roe
Alvarado
Romo
Colome, W, 2
IP
4.2
1.1
0.1
1.1
0.1
1.0
H
4
1
1
2
1
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
2 2 2 6 83 2.92
2 2 1 0 26 4.11
0 0 1 0 15 3.24
2 2 0 1 14 3.60
0 0 1 0 14 6.00
0 0 0 3 17 7.00
Yarbrough pitched to 1 batter in the 7th.
Inherited runners-scored: Pressly 2-0,
Busenitz 2-2, Hildenberger 1-0, Yarbrough 10, Roe 1-1, Alvarado 2-0, Romo 2-2. HBP:
Yarbrough (Morrison), Reed (Smith).
Umpires: Home, Quinn Wolcott; First, Jeff
Kellogg; Second, Marvin Hudson; Third,
James Hoye. T: 3:39. A: 12,515 (42,735).
Phillies 3, Pirates 2, 11 inn.
NL Standings
L10 Streak Home Away
5-5 L-1
7-4 7-2
8-2 W-4
9-1 5-6
6-4 W-1
8-4 4-4
4-6 L-2
3-7 7-5
2-8 L-4
3-9 2-7
Central
St. Louis
Milwaukee
Pittsburgh
Chicago
Cincinnati
W L Pct. GB *WGB
13 8 .619 —
—
14 9 .609 —
—
12 10 .545 1½
1½
10 9 .526 2
2
3 18 .143 10
10
L10
8-2
7-3
3-7
5-5
1-9
Streak Home Away
W-3
5-4 8-4
W-6
8-6 6-3
L-4
5-4 7-6
W-1
3-4 7-5
L-5
1-7 2-11
West
Arizona
Colorado
Los Angeles
San Francisco
San Diego
W
15
12
10
9
8
L10
7-3
6-4
6-4
4-6
4-6
Streak Home Away
W-2
9-3 6-3
L-1
3-6 9-5
W-2
6-6 4-4
W-1
3-4 6-8
L-2
4-10 4-5
L
6
11
10
12
15
Pct. GB *WGB
.714 —
—
.522 4
2
.500 4½
2½
.429 6
4
.348 8
6
*WGB: Games behind leader in wild-card race
Sunday
Mets at Atlanta, ppd.
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2, 11 inn.
Milwaukee 4, Miami 2
St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 2
Cubs 9, Colorado 7
Arizona 4, San Diego 2
L.A. Dodgers 4, Washington 3
Tuesday
Mets at St. Louis, 8:15
Atlanta at Cincinnati, 6:40
Arizona at Philadelphia, 7:05
Detroit at Pittsburgh, 7:05
San Diego at Colorado, 8:40
Miami at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10
Washington at San Francisco, 10:15
Brewers 4, Marlins 2
Miami
Dietrich lf
Realmuto c
Castro 2b
Bour 1b
Anderson 3b
Shuck rf
Rojas ph
Brinson cf
Rivera ss
Maybin ph
Smith p
Telis ph
Totals
AB
4
2
4
3
4
3
1
3
3
1
1
1
30
R
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
H
0
2
1
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
6
BI BB SO
0 0 2
0 1 0
0 0 2
2 1 0
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 2
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
2 2 11
Avg
.250
.417
.298
.243
.253
.259
.253
.151
.133
.211
.000
.231
Milwaukee
Cain cf
Yelich rf
Braun lf
Shaw 3b
Aguilar 1b
Perez 2b
Sogard ss
Nottingham c
Thames ph
Guerra p
Santana ph
Bandy ph-c
Totals
AB
3
4
4
2
4
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
29
R
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
H
1
1
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
4
BI BB SO
0 1 0
2 0 3
0 0 2
0 2 2
1 0 1
0 0 2
0 1 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
3 4 14
Avg
.303
.333
.221
.289
.429
.200
.159
.000
.250
.000
.219
.195
Miami
Milwaukee
100 000 010 — 2 6 1
000 200 11x — 4 4 1
E: Bour (2), Nottingham (1). LOB: Miami 6,
Milwaukee 5. 2B: Bour (2). HR: Yelich (2), off
Smith. RBIs: Bour 2 (13), Yelich 2 (8), Aguilar
(5). SB: Cain (5). S: Smith. Runners left in
scoring position: Miami 4 (Dietrich, Shuck,
Brinson 2); Milwaukee 4 (Perez, Thames,
Bandy 2) DP: Milwaukee 2 (Aguilar, Sogard,
Guerra), (Cain, Aguilar).
Cardinals 9, Reds 2
Cincinnati
Peraza ss
Winker lf
Votto 1b
Gennett 2b
Schebler rf
Mesoraco c
Blandino 3b
Castillo p
Brice p
a-Gosselin ph
Quackenbush p
Hughes p
Hamilton cf
Totals
St. Louis
Carpenter 3b
Gyorko 3b
Molina c
Martinez 1b
Fowler rf
DeJong ss
O'Neill lf
Wong 2b
Bader cf
Mikolas p
Norris p
b-Garcia ph
Holland p
Totals
AB
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
2
0
1
0
0
3
R
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
H
0
1
1
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .233
1 0 2 .283
1 0 0 .243
0 0 2 .271
0 0 0 .263
0 0 2 .192
0 0 1 .179
0 0 0 .444
0 0 0 .000
0 0 0 .130
0 0 0 --0 0 0 --0 0 1 .172
33 2 5 2
AB
3
1
4
5
1
5
3
3
4
2
0
1
0
R
1
0
2
0
1
1
0
2
1
0
0
1
0
H
0
1
3
1
1
2
0
1
2
0
0
1
0
8
BI BB SO Avg
0 1 1 .174
0 0 0 .545
1 0 0 .316
0 0 0 .329
1 4 0 .192
3 0 0 .260
1 0 1 .000
1 1 1 .146
0 0 1 .300
0 1 2 .111
0 0 0 --2 0 0 .320
0 0 0 ---
32 9 12 9
Cincinnati
St. Louis
0
7
6
000 002 000 — 2 5 0
012 000 33x — 9 12 1
a-grounded out for Brice in the 7th. bdoubled for Norris in the 8th. E: Carpenter
(2). LOB: Cincinnati 4, St. Louis 8. 2B: Winker
(2), Molina (3), Martinez (6), Garcia (3). HR:
Wong (1), off Castillo; DeJong (7), off
Quackenbush. RBIs: Winker (5), Votto (6),
Molina (16), Fowler (9), DeJong 3 (13),
O'Neill (1), Wong (3), Garcia 2 (6). SB:
Fowler (2). SF: Molina, O'Neill. Runners left
in scoring position: Cincinnati 1 (Castillo);
St. Louis 3 (Martinez, DeJong, Wong). RISP:
Cincinnati 1 for 2; St. Louis 5 for 16. Runners
moved up: Martinez, DeJong. LIDP: O'Neill.
GIDP: DeJong. DP: Cincinnati 2 (Blandino,
Gennett, Votto), (Blandino).
Cincinnati
IP
Castillo, L, 1-3 5.0
Brice
1.0
Quackenbush 1.0
Hughes
1.0
H
7
0
4
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 3 4 3 89 6.51
0 0 0 1 11 4.50
6 6 2 2 3811.00
0 0 1 0 21 2.70
Miami
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Smith, L, 0-3 6.0 2 2 2 0 10 77 5.82
Wittgren
1.0 1 1 0 2 2 23 0.00
Gonzalez
1.0 1 1 1 2 2 20 3.00
St. Louis
IP
Mikolas, W, 3-0 7.0
Norris
1.0
Holland
1.0
H
5
0
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
2 1 0 6 85 3.46
0 0 0 1 8 2.38
0 0 0 1 11 6.23
Milwaukee
IP
Guerra, W, 2-0 5.0
Jeffress, H, 4 1.0
Albers, H, 2 1.0
Hader, S, 3-3 2.0
Quackenbush pitched to 3 batters in the 8th.
Inherited runners-scored: Hughes 1-1. WP:
Hughes. Umpires: Home, Dave Rackley;
First, Larry Vanover; Second, Mark Carlson;
Third, Chris Guccione. T: 2:37. A: 44,430
(45,538).
H
5
0
0
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
1 0 1 4 78 0.56
0 0 0 2 12 0.71
0 0 0 2 11 1.59
1 0 1 3 34 1.23
T: 2:42. A: 37,015 (41,900).
Boston
Bradley Jr. rf
Benintendi cf
Martinez lf
Moreland 1b
Devers 3b
Swihart dh
Holt 2b
Vazquez c
Lin ss
Philadelphia
Hernandez 2b
C.Santana 1b
Herrera cf
Hoskins lf
N.Williams rf
Florimon ph
Franco ph
Kingery 3b
Knapp c
Pivetta p
Altherr rf
Crawford ss
Totals
Avg
.280
.151
.329
.323
.217
.182
.241
.229
.216
.273
.157
.185
Oakland
Semien ss
Piscotty rf
Lowrie 2b
Davis dh
Chapman 3b
Canha 1b-lf
Pinder lf
Olson 1b
Smolinski cf
Maxwell c
Chicago
Almora cf
Baez ss-2b
Bryant 3b
Bote pr-3b
Happ ph-3b
Rizzo 1b
La Stella 2b
Russell ph-ss
Schwarber lf
Caratini c
Heyward rf
Quintana p
Cishek p
Contreras ph-c
Totals
AB
6
6
0
2
2
4
3
2
4
4
4
2
1
0
40
R
0
1
0
1
0
1
2
0
2
0
1
0
1
0
9
H
1
2
0
0
1
1
2
0
2
1
2
0
1
0
13
BI BB SO
1 0 2
3 0 3
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 2
1 0 1
0 0 0
1 1 1
1 1 2
2 1 1
0 0 2
0 0 0
0 1 0
9 4 15
Avg
.327
.292
.319
.200
.222
.146
.320
.219
.293
.250
.262
.000
.500
.275
Colorado
LeMahieu 2b
Blackmon cf
Arenado 3b
Story ss
Iannetta c
McMahon 1b
Dahl lf-rf
Desmond 1b-lf
Cuevas rf
Valaika ph-2b
Marquez p
Rusin p
Wolters c
Totals
AB
5
5
4
4
3
2
4
3
3
1
1
1
2
38
R
1
3
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
7
H
0
3
2
3
0
0
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
12
BI BB SO
0 0 1
1 0 1
1 1 1
2 1 1
0 0 0
1 0 1
1 1 3
0 1 0
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
6 4 11
Avg
.283
.304
.344
.244
.230
.140
.250
.171
.000
.079
.571
.000
.115
AB
3
4
5
4
3
1
1
5
4
2
3
3
38
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
R
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
1
0
0
3
H
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
3
0
8
BI BB SO
1 1 0
0 1 1
0 0 0
0 1 3
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 2
0 1 3
1 0 1
1 0 0
0 1 1
3 5 12
000 020 000 00 — 2 7 2
000 020 000 01 — 3 8 2
One out when winning run scored.
E:
T.Williams (1), Crick (1), Kingery (2),
Crawford (3). LOB: Pittsburgh 9,
Philadelphia 10. 2B: Mercer (7), Pivetta (1).
3B: Bell (1), Knapp (1), Altherr (1). HR: Diaz
(2), off Pivetta. RBIs: Diaz 2 (4), Hernandez
(9), Pivetta (1), Altherr (10). SB: Marte (7).
CS: Hoskins (2). SF: Hernandez.
DP:
Pittsburgh 1 (Diaz, Mercer); Philadelphia 2
(Knapp,
Hernandez),
(Hernandez,
C.Santana).
Pittsburgh
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
T.Williams
6.0 1 2 2 5 7 92 2.15
Feliz
1.0 1 0 0 0 3 20 5.00
Kontos
1.0 2 0 0 0 0 14 4.50
E.Santana
1.0 1 0 0 0 1 13 5.62
Crick
1.0 1 0 0 0 1 19 0.00
Rodriguez, L, 0-1 0.1 2 1 1 0 0 9 2.25
Philadelphia
Pivetta
Ramos
Hunter
Arano
Rios, W, 3-0
IP
6.1
0.2
1.0
2.0
1.0
H
5
0
0
1
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
2 2 2 7 93 2.57
0 0 0 1 10 0.96
0 0 0 1 8 0.00
0 0 2 1 30 0.00
0 0 0 1 16 1.29
AB
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
Totals
R
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
H
1
0
0
2
1
0
1
1
0
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .224
0 1 0 .243
0 0 3 .307
0 0 1 .349
0 0 2 .284
0 0 1 .176
1 0 0 .244
0 0 1 .211
0 0 1 .286
34 1 6 1
AB
4
4
4
4
3
3
3
0
3
3
Totals
R
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
H
2
2
0
2
0
1
1
0
1
0
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .266
0 0 0 .291
0 0 3 .351
4 0 0 .270
0 1 1 .284
0 0 0 .333
0 0 2 .214
0 0 0 .272
0 0 0 .091
0 0 0 .190
31 4 9 4
Boston
Oakland
1 10
1
6
000 000 100 — 1 6 0
100 000 03x — 4 9 1
E: Semien (4). LOB: Boston 7, Oakland 4. 2B:
Holt (3), Vazquez (3), Semien (6), Smolinski
(1). HR: Davis (6), off Price. RBIs: Holt (5),
Davis 4 (19). SB: Benintendi (3). Runners left
in scoring position: Boston 6 (Moreland,
Devers, Vazquez, Lin 3); Oakland 1
(Semien). RISP: Boston 1 for 8; Oakland 2 for
7. Runners moved up: Piscotty. GIDP:
Lowrie, Smolinski. DP: Boston 2 (Devers,
Holt, Moreland), (Holt, Lin, Moreland).
Boston
Price, L, 2-2
Smith
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
7.2 9 4 4 1 6 96 2.93
0.1 0 0 0 0 0 2 5.14
Oakland
IP
Mengden
6.1
Petit
0.2
Buchter
0.1
Treinen, W, 1-1 1.2
H
6
0
0
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
1 1 0 5 102 3.86
0 0 0 1 4 2.84
0 0 1 1 12 1.86
0 0 0 3 24 0.75
T: 2:44. A: 29,804 (46,765).
T: 3:35. A: 29,199 (43,647).
Rangers 7, Mariners 4
Seattle
Segura ss
Haniger cf
Cano 2b
Cruz dh
Seager 3b
Suzuki rf
Freitas c-1b
Gordon ph
Vogelbach 1b
Zunino ph-c
Gamel lf
Totals
Texas
DeShields cf
Choo dh
Mazara rf
Beltre 3b
Gallo 1b
Profar ss
Kiner-Falefa 2b
Nunez lf
Robinson lf
Centeno c
Totals
AB
5
5
4
5
4
3
4
1
3
1
4
39
AB
4
4
4
3
2
3
4
3
1
4
32
Seattle
Texas
R
2
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
4
H
2
3
1
2
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
11
R
0
0
1
3
2
0
0
0
0
1
7
H
0
1
1
2
1
1
1
0
0
1
8
BI BB SO Avg
1 0 0 .302
3 0 1 .314
0 1 0 .329
0 0 1 .279
0 0 1 .218
0 2 1 .250
0 0 1 .250
0 0 0 .321
0 0 3 .217
0 0 1 .000
0 0 0 .100
4 3 9
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .091
1 0 0 .247
1 0 1 .309
0 1 0 .300
2 1 0 .209
1 1 0 .250
2 0 0 .289
0 0 0 .154
0 0 1 .175
0 0 1 .192
7 3 4
000 020 200 — 4 11 0
010 310 02x — 7 8 1
E: Diekman (1). LOB: Seattle 12, Texas 5. 2B:
Haniger 2 (4), Cruz (3), Beltre 2 (7), Centeno
(1). 3B: Gamel (1). HR: Haniger (7), off Bush;
Mazara (3), off Ramirez; Gallo (7), off
Ramirez. RBIs: Segura (13), Haniger 3 (22),
Choo (11), Mazara (9), Gallo 2 (16), Profar
(5), Kiner-Falefa 2 (4).
Seattle
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Ramirez, L, 0-1 4.2 5 5 5 1 1 67 9.64
Pazos
2.2 1 0 0 0 2 30 2.25
Vincent
0.2 2 2 2 2 1 14 6.00
Texas
IP
Perez, W, 2-2 6.0
Bush, H, 3
0.1
Diekman, H, 2 0.2
Jepsen, H, 2 1.0
Kela, S, 3-3 1.0
H
7
2
0
0
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
2 2 1 4 98 9.82
2 2 1 0 16 5.23
0 0 1 2 14 5.68
0 0 0 1 17 1.69
0 0 0 2 15 4.05
T: 2:55. A: 33,661 (49,115).
Diamondbacks 4, Padres 2
San Diego
Margot cf
Myers rf
Villanueva 3b
Hosmer 1b
Pirela 2b
Galvis ss
Szczur lf
Hedges c
Lucchesi p
Headley ph
Asuaje ph
Totals
AB
4
4
4
3
4
3
3
3
1
1
1
31
R
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
2
H
0
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
3
BI BB SO
0 0 3
0 0 2
2 0 1
0 1 1
0 0 1
0 0 2
0 0 1
0 0 2
0 0 1
0 0 1
0 0 0
2 1 15
Arizona
Dyson lf
Marte 2b
Goldschmidt 1b
Pollock cf
Owings rf
Ahmed ss
Marrero 3b
Mathis c
Corbin p
Walker ph
Totals
AB
4
4
2
3
4
4
2
3
2
1
29
R
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
4
H
0
1
2
1
0
1
0
0
1
0
6
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .160
0 0 1 .221
0 2 0 .278
0 1 0 .270
0 0 0 .259
2 0 0 .197
0 1 1 .219
0 0 1 .182
1 0 1 .333
0 0 1 .143
3 4 6
San Diego
Arizona
Avg
.135
.250
.355
.241
.253
.244
.250
.141
.000
.100
.215
000 002 000 — 2 3 1
000 400 00x — 4 6 0
E: Lucchesi (2). LOB: San Diego 3, Arizona 5.
2B: Villanueva (5). HR: Villanueva (7), off
Corbin; Ahmed (3), off Lucchesi. RBIs:
Villanueva 2 (16), Ahmed 2 (11), Corbin (1).
SB: Pollock (5), Marrero (2). Runners left in
scoring position: San Diego 1 (Pirela);
Arizona 1 (Owings)
San Diego
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Lucchesi, L, 2-1 5.0 5 4 4 4 4 103 2.70
Makita
2.0 0 0 0 0 2 26 5.40
Maton
1.0 1 0 0 0 0 9 0.00
Arizona
IP
Corbin, W, 4-0 6.0
Hirano
1.0
De La Rosa, 0.2
Bradley, S, 2 1.1
H
2
0
0
1
R ER BB SO NP
2 2 1 11 100
0 0 0 1 8
0 0 0 1 8
0 0 0 2 18
T: 2:42. A: 31,061 (48,519).
ERA
1.89
1.93
1.29
2.02
Chicago
Colorado
37
Giants 4, Angels 2
312 000 300 — 9 13 2
002 020 300 — 7 12 0
E: Baez (5), Edwards (1). LOB: Chicago 11,
Colorado 8. 2B: Baez (5), Desmond (2). 3B:
Story (1). HR: Baez (7), off Marquez;
Blackmon (8), off Quintana; Arenado (3), off
Quintana. RBIs: Almora (6), Baez 3 (23), La
Stella (5), Schwarber (14), Caratini (2),
Heyward 2 (14), Blackmon (15), Arenado
(10), Story 2 (12), Dahl (1), McMahon (3). SB:
LeMahieu (2), Desmond (2). S: Quintana. :
DP: Chicago 1 (Baez, La Stella, Rizzo).
Chicago
IP
Quintana, W, 2-1 5.1
Cishek
1.0
Edwards
1.2
Morrow, S, 4 1.0
H
8
1
1
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
4 4 1 7 83 7.78
3 2 2 1 25 2.45
0 0 0 2 21 0.84
0 0 1 1 23 0.00
Colorado
IP
Marquez, L, 1-2 3.1
Rusin
1.2
Shaw
0.1
Dunn
1.0
Oberg
0.2
McGee
1.0
Ottavino
1.0
H
8
0
2
2
1
0
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
6 6 1 5 75 6.14
0 0 1 4 33 4.97
0 0 0 1 11 7.59
3 3 1 2 2610.80
0 0 0 0 6 2.53
0 0 0 1 10 1.74
0 0 1 2 21 0.71
San Francisco
Panik 2b
Belt 1b
McCutchen rf
Posey c
Longoria 3b
Sandoval dh
Williamson lf
Hernandez lf
Crawford ss
Blanco cf
AB
5
5
3
5
5
4
3
1
4
4
Totals
R
1
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
H
3
3
1
1
1
1
1
0
1
1
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .276
1 0 0 .288
0 2 1 .213
0 0 0 .265
2 0 1 .243
0 0 1 .207
0 0 2 .273
0 0 1 .292
0 0 1 .215
0 0 2 .353
39 4 13 3
Los Angeles
Kinsler 2b
Trout cf
Upton lf
Ohtani dh
Valbuena 1b-3b
Cozart 3b-ss
Simmons ss
Marte 1b
Calhoun rf
Maldonado c
a-Rivera ph
Totals
AB
5
4
3
4
4
3
0
2
4
2
1
R
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
H
2
1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
1
9
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .286
2 0 2 .306
0 1 1 .235
0 0 2 .333
0 0 1 .243
0 1 3 .229
0 0 0 .295
0 1 1 .378
0 0 1 .183
0 0 0 .192
0 0 0 .348
32 2 6 2
San Francisco
Los Angeles
2
3 11
003 010 000 — 4 13 1
000 000 020 — 2 6 0
a-singled for Maldonado in the 9th. E:
Crawford (1). LOB: San Francisco 10, Los
Angeles 8. HR: Longoria (4), off Ramirez;
Belt (5), off Parker; Trout (9), off Gearrin.
RBIs: Belt (10), Longoria 2 (9), Trout 2 (17).
SB: Blanco (1). Runners left in scoring
position: San Francisco 6 (Panik 2, Belt,
Sandoval 3); Los Angeles 2 (Kinsler,
Maldonado). RISP: San Francisco 2 for 13;
Los Angeles 1 for 4. Runners moved up:
Posey, Calhoun. GIDP: Posey, Kinsler,
Valbuena. DP: San Francisco 2 (Longoria,
Panik, Belt), (Belt, Crawford, Cueto); Los
Angeles 1 (Simmons, Kinsler, Valbuena).
San Fran.
IP
Cueto, W, 2-0 6.0
Moronta
1.0
Gearrin
0.0
Watson, H, 3 1.0
Strickland, S, 3 1.0
H
2
0
2
0
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
0 0 2 7 96 0.35
0 0 1 1 21 0.75
2 2 0 0 9 6.43
0 0 0 2 17 0.93
0 0 0 1 23 2.00
Los Angeles
Barria, L, 1-1
Ramirez
Parker
Bedrosian
Johnson
Alvarez
Middleton
H
5
1
2
2
1
2
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
2 2 1 1 77 3.86
1 1 0 2 19 3.75
1 1 0 2 32 4.91
0 0 0 2 22 4.35
0 0 1 0 14 2.57
0 0 0 2 20 0.00
0 0 0 0 10 2.08
IP
2.0
1.1
1.2
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
T: 3:45. A: 44,544 (45,050).
T: 3:47. A: 48,137 (50,398).
Dodgers 4, Nationals 3
Washington
Turner ss
Kendrick 2b
Harper rf
Zimmerman 1b
M.Taylor cf
Sierra lf
Solis p
Gott p
c-Wieters ph-c
Severino c
Kintzler p
d-Adams ph
1-Reynolds pr
Difo 3b
Hellickson p
Stevenson lf
Totals
AB
5
5
4
4
3
2
0
0
1
2
0
1
0
2
2
2
33
R
0
0
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
H
0
1
1
1
3
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
1
0
1
9
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 2 .233
0 0 2 .260
0 0 1 .275
0 0 0 .178
1 1 0 .224
1 0 1 .233
0 0 0 --0 0 0 --0 0 0 .222
1 0 2 .270
0 0 0 --0 0 0 .219
0 0 0 .083
0 2 0 .235
0 0 0 .000
0 0 1 .250
3 3 9
Los Angeles
AB R H BI BB SO Avg
C.Taylor cf
4 1 2 0 0 1 .239
Seager ss
2 1 1 1 1 0 .241
Grandal c
3 1 1 2 1 1 .349
Bellinger 1b
3 0 1 1 1 0 .291
Pederson lf
2 0 0 0 0 0 .200
b-Hernandez ph-lf 1 0 0 0 1 1 .234
Puig rf
3 0 0 0 0 2 .213
Utley 2b
3 0 0 0 0 1 .302
Fields p
0 0 0 0 0 0 --Cingrani p
0 0 0 0 0 0 --Baez p
0 0 0 0 0 0 --Jansen p
0 0 0 0 0 0 --Muncy 3b
3 0 0 0 0 1 .143
Wood p
1 0 0 0 0 1 .000
a-Barnes ph-2b
1 1 0 0 0 0 .240
Totals
26 4 5 4 4 8
Washington
Los Angeles
010 101 000 — 3 9 0
000 003 10x — 4 5 1
a-popped out for Wood in the 6th. b-walked
for Pederson in the 6th. c-popped out for
Gott in the 8th. d-singled for Kintzler in the
9th. 1-ran for Adams in the 9th. E: Wood (2).
LOB: Washington 8, Los Angeles 4. 2B:
Kendrick (7), Zimmerman (2), M.Taylor (5),
C.Taylor (4), Seager (4), Grandal (6),
Bellinger (4). HR: M.Taylor (1), off Wood.
RBIs: M.Taylor (5), Sierra (4), Severino (6),
Seager (8), Grandal 2 (16), Bellinger (8). SB:
M.Taylor 2 (8). CS: C.Taylor (3), Grandal (1).
SF: Sierra, Severino, Seager. Runners left in
scoring position: Washington 5 (Kendrick 2,
Harper, Hellickson, Wieters); Los Angeles 3
(Pederson, Utley 2). RISP: Washington 1 for
10; Los Angeles 2 for 6. Runners moved up:
Grandal.
Washington
Hellickson
Solis, BS, 1-1
Gott, L, 0-1
Kintzler
IP
5.1
0.0
1.2
1.0
H
3
1
1
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 3 2 5 93 4.50
0 0 1 0 11 5.62
1 1 0 2 20 5.40
0 0 1 1 14 5.73
Los Angeles
Wood
Fields, W, 2-0
Cingrani, H, 4
Baez, H, 2
Jansen, S, 3-5
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6.0
1.0
0.1
0.2
1.0
H
6
1
0
0
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 2 1 4 96 3.72
0 0 1 2 14 0.90
0 0 0 1 6 2.16
0 0 1 0 13 1.80
0 0 0 2 20 6.23
T: 3:21. A: 51,297 (56,000).
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14 6 .700 —
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14 7 .667
½
—
12 8 .600 2
½
10 12 .455 5
3½
5 16 .238 9½
8
Cubs 9, Rockies 7
Avg
.194
.197
.274
.303
.226
.270
.239
.409
.111
.224
.253
.333
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Mets
Philadelphia
Atlanta
Washington
Miami
Athletics 4, Red Sox 1
Pittsburgh
AB R H BI BB SO
Rodriguez 2b-ss
4 0 0 0 1 2
Polanco rf
4 0 0 0 1 2
Marte cf
5 0 1 0 0 1
Dickerson lf
4 0 1 0 1 0
Freese 1b
5 0 1 0 0 1
Moran 3b
4 0 0 0 1 2
Mercer ss
5 1 1 0 0 1
Diaz c
5 1 2 2 0 1
T.Williams p
2 0 0 0 0 1
Frazier ph
1 0 0 0 0 0
Bell ph
1 0 1 0 0 0
Moroff 2b
0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals
40 2 7 2 4 11
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for longest AB
Penguins finish off Flyers
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Associated Press
Belt later homered to lead
Johnny Cueto and the GiANAHEIM, Calif. — An- ants over the Angels 4-2 on
gels rookie right-hander Sunday.
“I wasn’t going to give it
Jaime Barria kept throwing
strikes and the Giants’ up and the pitcher wasn’t
Brandon Belt kept fouling either,” Belt said. “It made
them off and fouling them for a good battle. If it
off and fouling them off and helped get me a little bit
locked in for
fouling them off.
later in the
Neither Barria
game, it was
or Belt was
worth it.”
about to give in.
It was the lonMike Trout and
gest at-bat in
the other Angels
the
majors
outfielders besince such regan looking at
cords began in
each other in
1988. The previamazement as
ous high of 20
the second atpitches in a
bat of the game
appeardragged on. The BRANDON BELT plate
crowd buzzed as Worked 21-pitch at-bat. ance since 1988
was
when
Belt peppered
the second deck behind Houston’s Ricky Gutierrez
home plate and even the struck out against Cleveseats down the right-field land’s Bartolo Colon on
June 26, 1998, according to
line with souvenirs.
Belt hit 11 consecutive Retrosheet.
In all, the left-handed
balls into the crowd on a
full count, hanging in for an Belt fouled off 16 pitches,
epic 21-pitch at-bat before ending an at-bat the Giants
lining out to right fielder said lasted 12 minutes, 45
seconds.
Kole Calhoun.
FOUR SCORE: Jake Guentzel celebrates a first-period
goal, one of his four straight, as the Penguins eliminated
Michal Neuvirth and the Flyers on Sunday. Getty Images
Jake Guentzel dropped
to his right knee and slid
on the ice in celebration,
not only for his second career postseason hat trick,
but for the goal that assured Pittsburgh was moving on in the playoffs.
He has established his
playoff pedigree as a sensational scorer in just two
seasons and helped keep a
third straight championship in sight for the Penguins.
Guentzel scored four
straight goals to help send
the two-time defending
Stanley Cup champion
Penguins into the next
round with an 8-5 win over
the Flyers in Game 6 on
Sunday in Philadelphia.
The Penguins play the
winner of the WashingtonColumbus series in the
Eastern Conference playoffs. Washington leads
that series 3-2.
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goals in the series and
added another hat trick to
pair with the one he had as
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won a Stanley Cup since
1975. Couturier said he
played with a torn right
MCL suffered in a collision with a teammate at
practice last week.
Predators 5, Avalanche 0
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Nashville defenseman in
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stopped 22 shots and the
top-seeded Predators advanced to the second round.
Austin Watson, Filip
Forsberg, Nick Bonino and
Viktor Arvidsson also
scored to help the Predators move on to face Winnipeg. They were 3-1-1
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By MARC BERMAN
TIME WILL TELL: Team president Steve Mills and GM
Scott Perry interviewed Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer
(right), who a source said would accept the Knicks’
coaching gig if it were offered to him.
AP; Robert Sabo
Mike Budenholzer is
genuinely interested in
the Knicks’ job, according
to an NBA source who has
spoken to the Hawks
coach.
“New York’s his top
choice,’’ the NBA source
said. “If they offered him
the job, he’d say yes. He
wants to live in New
York.’’
Moreover, Budenholzer
appears so disillusioned
with the Hawks’ current
philosophy, it’s difficult to
imagine him returning.
Atlanta is adopting the
blueprint set by the “Trust
The
Process’’
Sixers.
Budenholzer, 48, was the
top decision-maker on
personnel until last summer when Travis Schlenk
was named general manager. Now the 2015 Coach
of the Year has no power
regarding personnel.
The Hawks may look at
finances, seeking a way
out of the final two years
and $13 million of Budenholzer’s contract.
On Sunday, Knicks president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry
interviewed Budenholzer
after receiving permission
from the Hawks. The
downside
of
Budenholzer’s candidacy is the
Mills/Perry tandem have
Source: Knicks vacancy is
Budenholzer’s ‘top choice’
no prior dealings with the
coach who has guided Atlanta the past five seasons.
Budenholzer pulled his
name from consideration
from the Suns’ job on
Thursday. Like the Hawks
and Suns, the Knicks are
also amid a slow rebuild.
“Phoenix and the Knicks
are trying to win every
game,’’ said the NBA
source who has spoken to
Budenholzer
recently.
“There’s a good chance
Atlanta is not looking to
win games the next two
years. This wasn’t Mike’s
decision. He didn’t expect
it. He doesn’t want to lose
games.’’
Budenholzer is being
given freedom to weigh
his options — with more
openings expected after
the first round of the playoffs. Charlotte, Orlando,
Phoenix and the Knicks
currently have vacancies.
There’s a sentiment Atlanta’s ownership believes
it is harder to go through a
“Trust The Process’’ era
with Budenholzer coaching, though the team did a
good job tanking this season in posting a 24-58 record.
There’s also sentiment
the Hawks may not delve
into the free-agent market
this summer to boost their
roster.
One NBA executive said
Hawks ownership ultimately may be motivated
by finances regarding
Budenholzer. It seems
hard to justify Atlanta
seeking major compensation like a first- or secondround pick, with cash considerations more likely.
“Ownership has quite a
bit of money on the line,’’
an NBA executive said.
“They may be thinking
why pay him $6 million a
year if they’re not a playoff contender? Why not
pay someone $2 million a
year for the next two
years?’’
The three major attractions to hiring Budenholzer is his 213-197 record in Atlanta, including
a 60-win season, being
part of Gregg Popovich’s
defensive-oriented coaching tree and his solid work
turning Tim Hardaway Jr.
into an all-around player.
“He’s an excellent coach
and teacher,’’ another
NBA personnel director
said. “He’s really a student
of the game and did a very
good
job
developing
young players. He’s a good
combo of disciplinarian
and players coach. Doc
Rivers isn’t a bad comparison.”
Eight official candidates
have emerged for the
Knicks job — a list that
could grow. Six (Jerry
Stackhouse, Mike Woodson, Mark Jackson, David
Fizdale, Kenny Smith
and Budenholzer) have
interviewed.
Mills, Perry and developmental director Craig
Robinson will fly to Europe this week to meet
with former Cavaliers
coach David Blatt. Spurs
assistant coach James
Borrego, who worked
with Perry in Orlando,
also is set to meet with
Knicks brass but San
Antonio remains alive
in the playoffs.
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Hall of Famer Brown: Woodson, Jackson best for N.Y.
By MARC BERMAN
Larry Brown, the Hall of Famer
and ex-Knicks coach from Long
Beach, has read the list of the
team’s coaching candidates and
can’t think of anyone whose credentials top Mike Woodson’s.
Brown, Woodson and Knicks
general manager Scott Perry were
together in Detroit in the early
2000’s during glorious times for
the Pistons. Perry was Detroit’s top
college scout. Woodson was
Brown’s assistant with the Pistons
and also in Philadelphia.
“I’ve read a whole lot of qualified
candidates, but I can’t imagine anyone being more qualified than
Mike,’’ Brown told The Post in a
phone interview.
“Mike’s family to me, we speak
almost daily. I have a lot of admiration for him. He’s close to Bobby
Knight. I think the world of him.
When he was in New York, I
thought he did a really good job.
The year they struggled, they lost
Jason [Kidd], Rasheed [Wallace]
and Kurt Thomas. Those were
three older, responsible leaders and
great teammates. Mike loved New
York. He had a great relationship
with [owner] Mr. [James] Dolan.
“And Scott Perry is great. He’s a
really good guy, approachable for a
coach. He’s there supporting you
and pretty knowledgeable as he’s
coached before. He has a great feel.
I know he had a great relationship
with [Woodson]. That’s always
helpful. There was a culture there.
Scott recognized that.’’
Perry wants to bring that Pistons’
defensive identity to New York.
Perry has consulted with Brown
since acquiring point guard Emmanuel Mudiay, who nearly played
for Brown at SMU before opting to
play professionally for a year in
China. Brown stepped down at
SMU in July 2016 at age 75.
Woodson, who posted a 109-79
record as the most successful
Knicks coach since Jeff Van Gundy,
interviewed Wednesday in Los Angeles after the Clippers, for whom
he’s an assistant coach, granted the
Knicks permission.
“He was excited about the conversation he had with Steve and
Scott,’’ Brown said. “He told me it
went well. It’s not rocket science.
It’s basketball. He had success [as a
head coach] in New York and Atlanta and with me in Detroit and
Philly, and he’s sat next to Doc [Rivers] the last four years. Those are
pretty good things in his favor.
“The thing that separates the
great teams from the struggling is
management — coaches, presi-
dents, owners are attached at the
hip. To have Woody with Scott
there is a pretty good formula for
success.’’
Woodson led the Knicks to a 54-28
record in 2012-13, but the following
season missed the playoffs by one
game. Phil Jackson, who came
aboard as president in March of that
season with Steve Mills demoted to
general manager, fired Woodson after the season finale. It has been an
unmitigated disaster since.
“When a good friend who loves
his job gets fired you’re always disappointed,’’ Brown said. “I was
worried about him. I can understand, but the only disappointment
Mike had about being fired is Phil
never gave him a chance to talk
about his plans. But when you
come in with a new president, most
of the time they’ll bring in someone
they’re comfortable with. Mike
never wanted to leave New
York. He would’ve been comfortable coaching with Phil.’’
If Woodson doesn’t get the
job, Brown said Mark Jackson
could be a sound alternate pick.
Jackson played for Brown twice
— with the Clippers and Pacers.
Jackson’s three-year coaching stint
in Golden State where he had friction with the front office and
coaching staff is a black mark.
“I have no comment on that — I
was out of the league during that,’’
Brown said. “Mark’s really a bright
guy. He had a great mind and a personality players on his team respected. They loved playing with
him. But if you want to be a head
coach you have to have an open
mind, recognize your mistakes and
learn from them. I’m pretty confident Mark will. He’s highly qualified.’’
INDIANAPOLIS — LeBron James has been the
first-round king for 12 years.
On Sunday night, he
needed Kyle Korver’s 3point shooting to put him in
position to extend his reign.
CHANGING TIED: LeBron James finished
with 32 points, 13 rebounds and seven assists to help the Cavaliers tie their first-round
series 2-2.
AP
Boxscore
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The two combined for all
of Cleveland’s points in a
late 10-2 run, helping the
Cavaliers to a 104-100 victory
over the Pacers to even the
first-round series at 2. James
drew boos from the crowd
after flipping the ball up the
court to run out the clock.
“You don’t ever want to go
down 3-1 against anybody,
no matter if it’s the first
round or if you’re fortunate
enough to get all the way to
the finals,” James said. “It’s
just too difficult.”
This has been no typical
series for James, who started
the playoffs with an NBA-record 21 consecutive wins in
the first round.
James finished with 32
points, 13 rebounds, seven
assists and another crowning
achievement — his 100th career playoff game with 30 or
more points, second all-time
to Michael Jordan.
— AP
Bucks even series with Celts
Associated Press
Giannis Antetokounmpo
scored 27 points, including
tipping in the go-ahead basket with five seconds left,
and the Bucks beat the Celtics 104-102 on Sunday to tie
their first-round playoff series at two games apiece.
Boston’s Marcus Morris
missed a 14-footer at the
buzzer with Khris Middleton’s hand in his face to seal a
nail-biting win for the Bucks.
Seconds earlier, the 6foot-11
Antetokounmpo
jumped and reached up
with his left arm around
Boston’s Jayson Tatum to
put back Malcolm Brogdon’s missed layup for
the game-winner.
“One of the most im-
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portant things that we can
carry from this game moving forward is that we
stayed disciplined and we
trusted one another,” Antetokounmpo said.
Game 5 is Tuesday night in
Boston.
Spurs 103, Warriors 90
In San Antonio, Manu Ginobili scored 10 of his 16
points in the fourth quarter
of what could have been his
final home game with the
Spurs, and San Antonio
beat the Warriors 103-90 on
Sunday to avoid a series
sweep as coach Gregg Pop-
ovich remained out following the death of his wife.
LaMarcus Aldridge had 22
points and 10 rebounds to lead
the Spurs, but they were
willed to the finish by the 40year-old Ginobili, who has
said he will decide in the offseason if he will return for a
17th season.
Wizards 106, Raptors 98
John Wall took over down
the stretch after Bradley
Beal fouled out, having a
hand in 10 of Washington’s
last 14 points and finishing
with 27 points and 14 assists
as the No. 8 seed Wizards
came back to beat the No. 1
Toronto Raptors 106-98
Sunday night and even their
Eastern Conference firstround playoff series at 2-all.
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PACERS
100
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2018 NFL DRAFT
Webb gets chance to show he’s the
guy as draft rapidly approaches
By PAUL SCHWARTZ
Pat Shurmur was talking about evaluating the quarterbacks in the upcoming NFL draft, but he might as well
have been referring to Davis Webb. As
much as can be gleaned by breaking
down film and analyzing statistics,
nothing compares to getting down on
the turf and seeing with your own
eyes.
“Any time you’re talking about a
quarterback you need to see him throw
in person,’’ Shurmur said recently. “If I
was a college head coach, I would
never offer a quarterback a scholarship
unless I saw him throw in person.
“You see ’em throw, you can see and
feel the velocity. A lot of the things you
can see on tape and yet you have to do
it in person.’’
Shurmur saw prospects Sam Darnold, Josh Rosen, Josh Allen and Baker
Mayfield in person at the scouting
combine and also attended their Pro
Days. Next up, he gets to take a long
look at Webb, as the Giants on Tuesday
open up a three-day minicamp, a bonus for any NFL team with a first-year
head coach. The offseason workout
program is only in its
third week and the
offensive and defensive systems are not
yet installed, so this
early spring work
on the field will only
slightly resemble the
product the Giants
hope to display
this season.
Eli Manning and
Webb are,
at present,
the only two quarterbacks on the roster and you can be sure Shurmur is
not going to wear out Manning’s 37year-old arm in a late April camp. So,
Webb should expect a heavy workload
as he gets his first real opportunity to
show Shurmur and general manager
Dave Gettleman what he’s got.
“It will be a great way for Davis to
sorta showcase what he can do,’’ Shurmur said. “We don’t have a full 90man roster so he’s gonna get a lot of
reps and he probably would anyways.
I don’t want to make this sound like
it’s a showcase for Webb, but as a guy
we’re interested in seeing, he’s certainly gonna get his fair share of the
reps.’’
This minicamp ends just before the
draft, with the first round Thursday
night arriving only hours after the
camp comes to a close. Sources told
The Post if the Giants are in love with
one of the quarterbacks they could
take him with the No. 2-overall pick.
But multiple sources told The Post the
Giants are not highly impressed with
this quarterback class and will more
likely use the second-overall selection
on a player they consider to be can’tmiss at a position of impact,
such as running back Saquon Barkley or defensive
end Bradley Chubb. If
they trade down a few
spots, guard Quenton
Nelson is an option.
What Webb — a 2017
third-round pick
who played
in college
at Texas
Tech and
California
— can do in
this minicamp is impress the new regime enough to help
make the case he should
be
Manning’s
backup,
viewed as his possible successor down the road.
“We’re gonna take in any
information we can up to
that time we’re on the
clock, really,’’ Shurmur
said.
This
camp,
of
course, is not all about
Webb or the draft.
This is Shurmur’s first
opportunity to put the
Giants through actual
work on the field in a
practice-like setting, a
chance for him to get a
better handle on what
he’s been given and for the
players to get a glimpse into the style
of their new head coach.
Of all the players to take the field,
though, Webb will be under the
most scrutiny. He did not play a
single snap as a rookie in the regular season, so this will qualify as
his most extensive work with the
Giants.
“The unfortunate thing for me
is there’s just not a lot of him
playing football in a Giants helmet, which would have been a
good thing for me to see moving forward,’’ Shurmur said.
“That is what it is, but I’m
looking forward to working
with him, for sure. I’ve got
high hopes for him, being a productive player
in this league.’’
paul.schwartz@nypost.com
STUD WEBB: Quarterback Davis Webb hopes to
prove to coach Pat Shurmur and GM Dave Gettleman
(left) he can step out of Eli Manning’s shadow and be
the QB of the future during minicamp.
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It’s been long,
strange trip
since Namath
moned to rescue head coach and pal Bruce
Coslet in 1993 when he was 32. The firing of
Coslet following the ’93 season angered Esiason, who found himself playing for Rich
Kotite by 1995 because Pete Carroll was
one-and-done. In three seasons as a Jet, he
threw 49 TDs and 39 INTs.
NEIL
O’DONNELL: The $25 million
free agent never should
have left the Steelers.
He wasn’t Keyshawn
Johnson’s idea of a
quarterback and he
wasn’t Bill Parcells’
idea of a quarterback.
Never a good thing
when you tear a calf muscle slipping on the
Jets logo in the end zone during warm-ups.
In two seasons as a Jet, he threw 21 TDs
and 14 INTs.
GLENN FOLEY: A red-haired backup
whose feistiness and moxie intrigued Parcells, until he couldn’t stand up to the physical demands of the job. In five seasons as a
Jet, he threw 10 TDs and 16 INTs.
VINNY TESTAVERDE: His experience comforted Parcells, and the Jets took
flight, all the way to the 1998 AFC Championship game, after he arrived as a free
agent to replace Foley early in the season.
Parcells reminded Testaverde of his father,
and he flourished (29 TDs, 7 INTs) playing
for his hometown team. Alas, he tore his
Achilles in the ’99 home opener, and was
never the same, and neither were the Rick
Mirer-Ray Lucas Jets. In seven seasons as a
Jet, Testaverde threw 77 TD passes and 58
INTs.
CHAD PENNINGTON: The 18th pick
of the 2000 NFL Draft benefitted from sitting behind Testaverde until early in the
2002 season, and he was The Natural. He
Steve Serby
was smart and accurate and a fiery leader
who would bang helmets with teammates
during introductions. A series of injuries
and lack of arm strength derailed him. In
eight seasons as a Jet, he threw 82 TDs and
55 INTs.
KELLEN CLEMENS: The secondround pick the year Vince Young, Matt Leinart and Jay Cutler were first-rounders.
Never resembled anything more than a
backup. In five seasons as a Jet, he threw
five TD passes with 11 INTs.
BRETT FAVRE: Woody Johnson sacrificed Pennington for the star power that
Favre offered, and everything went swimmingly until Favre’s 38-year-old right arm
betrayed him in December. Pennington returned to beat him for the division title in
the regular-season finale, and head coach
Eric Mangini’s as well. Favre was a hired
gun who never warmed to the area — Jenn
Sterger aside — and plotted an escape to
Minnesota the following season. In his one
season as a Jet, he threw 22 TDs and 22
INTs.
MARK SANCHEZ: Thrown to the
wolves and coddled by the front office, the
Sanchize nevertheless reached AFC
Championship games his first two seasons
supported by Ground & Pound and Rex
Ryan’s defense. Santonio Holmes did him
no favors after that, and things deteriorated so dramatically it gave us the ill-fated
Buttfumble. In four seasons as a Jet, he
threw 82 TDs and 80 INTs.
GENO SMITH: IK Enemkpali. Down
goes Geno ... down goes Geno ... down goes
Geno. In four seasons as a Jet, Smith threw
28 TDs and 36 INTs.
Namath never sold his soul to the devil to
win a Super Bowl.
Right?
steve.serby@nypost.com
Critics see
Critics
see fresh
fresh ammo
ammo with
with Feely’s
Feely’s ‘joke’
‘joke’
By MARK W. SANCHEZ
Jay Feely’s leg wasn’t the only
weapon he possessed.
The former Giants and Jets
kicker was photographed Saturday in a “joke” prom picture,
with his daughter and her
boyfriend, in which Feely has
his arm around his daughter
and a gun in his other hand,
near the boyfriend — who
wears a restrained smile.
The social-media blowback and
praise came instantly from both
sides for the “Bad Boys II”-inspired
image.
Feely explained the photograph
by saying it was all in good fun.
“The prom picture I posted was
obviously intended to be a joke,”
Feely wrote Sunday. “My Daughter
has dated her boyfriend for over a
year and they knew I was joking. I
take gun safety seriously (the gun
was not loaded and had no clip in)
and I did not intend to be insensitive
to that important issue.”
The original image racked up
more than 37,000 likes and thousands of replies, with critics lambasting everything from the casual
use of a gun to the culture of daughters as pure objects that need to be
protected. Its defenders — Feely’s
father included — rolled their eyes.
“Hey, not a big fan of guns,” Tom
Feely tweeted, “but there are some
times you just have to make a point.
In this case, all is just in fun. These
two kids have been dating for several years and they are fully
trusted.”
Feely is now a CBS Sports analyst
after a 14-year NFL career, which
ended in 2014. He was with the Giants in 2005 and ’06 and the Jets in
2008 and ’09.
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HAVE seen every one of The Quarterbacks Who Would Be Joe Namath, the
Good, the Bad and the Ugly since the
first torch was passed in 1977.
The Good: Four AFC Championship appearances.
The Bad: Sorry, we don’t have the time.
The Ugly: Mud Bowl, Buttfumble, IK Enemkpali.
Forty-nine years after Super Bowl III,
Mike Maccagnan and the Jets, with the
third pick, will be drafting their next franchise quarterback Thursday night (Broadway Baker Mayfield anyone?).
The Jets are beyond due.
Maccagnan, who drafted Christian Hackenberg after drafting Bryce Petty, is beyond
due.
Jets fans, pray for the end of Broadway
Woe:
RICHARD TODD: The worst quarterback he could have followed was Namath,
and the worst place he could have followed
Namath was New York. Just because you
too are a first-round draft pick from Alabama doesn’t guarantee you anything. And
flipping fans the bird is never the way to
win friends and influence people, according
to a source familiar
with the thinking of a
former beat reporter
Todd smashed into a
locker. Neither is
throwing five picks in
the Mud Bowl. In eight
seasons as a Jet, he
threw 110 TDs and 138 INTs.
MATT ROBINSON: Teammates and
reporters (yours truly) responded to his
charisma and moxie, but hiding a thumb
injury suffered during off-the-field horseplay from the head coach (Walt Michaels)
is the quickest way to lose the job you took
from Todd as a ninth-round draft choice,
especially when you lack arm talent. In
three seasons as a Jet, he threw 15 TD
passes and 26 INTs.
KEN O’BRIEN: Tall, smart and California cool, his biggest crime was he was not
Dan Marino, drafted three spots later in the
first round of the 1983 draft. He had his moments, but was eventually beaten to a pulp
behind a sad-sack offensive line. In 10 seasons as a Jet, he threw 124 TDs and 95 INTs.
BROWNING NAGLE: They called him
The Browning Rifle, but he quickly learned
that reading defenses is a huge part of the
job description. In three seasons as a Jet, he
threw 7 TDs and 17 INTs.
BOOMER ESIASON: A shame that the
quarterback who grew up on Long Island
and was a natural-born leader was sum-
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2018 NFL DRAFT
THURSDAY-SATURDAY
AT&T STADIUM, DALLAS
NOTHING’S
FOR CERTAIN
HIT
HIT
Carson
Wentz
Lawrence
Taylor
Finding a star with second pick a 50-50 bet
DRAFT
ORDER
1. Browns
2. Giants
3. Jets
“Lam” Jones (1980).
There have been a string of draft
busts the past 15 years, primarily
on the offensive side of the ball.
Tackles such as Greg Robinson,
Luke Joeckel and Jason Smith
haven’t panned out, though the
Eagles and Titans are satisfied
with their quarterback selections,
Carson Wentz and Marcus Mariota.
No matter the position, though, Giants
fans might as well flip a coin to determine if
they will hit or miss with the No. 2 pick.
— Harrison Goodman
Heads or tails?
Even with a pick as high as No. 2 in the NFL
draft, the past 40 years of selections have
shown there’s only a slighter better than 50-50
chance the Giants will land an impact player.
That’s the bad news. The good news? Of the
three Hall of Famers to have been selected at
No. 2 since 1978, the Giants have one of them:
Lawrence Taylor, drafted in 1981 out of North
Carolina. They had better fortune than their
MetLife Stadium roommates, the Jets, who
twice in the past 40 years have swung and
missed with the second pick, on running back
Blair Thomas (1990) and receiver Johnny
HIT
HIT
Julius
Peppers
Calvin
Johnson
HIT OR MISS: 40 YEARS OF THE NO. 2 PICK IN THE NFL DRAFT
2017
2015
2013
2011
2009
2007
2005
2003
2001
1999
MITCHELL
TRUBISKY
Bears
Quarterback
North Carolina
Verdict is still
out on Bears
QB, who will
have a new
coaching staff
and improved
weapons in
Year 2.
MARCUS
MARIOTA
Titans
Quarterback
Oregon
Mariota led a
huge comeback
in the playoffs
this year to
send the Titans
to their first
postseason win
since 2004.
LUKE
JOECKEL
Jaguars
Off. tackle
Texas A&M
After being
a bust in
Jacksonville,
Joeckel started
11 games for
the Seahawks
last season at
left guard.
VON
MILLER
Broncos
Linebacker
Texas A&M
The MVP
of Super
Bowl 50 has
double-digit
sacks in every
season he
has remained
healthy.
JASON
SMITH
Rams
Off. tackle
Baylor
Concussions
derailed
Smith’s career
and he played
his final season
with the Jets
before retiring
in 2013.
CALVIN
JOHNSON
Lions
Wide receiver
Georgia Tech
Despite retiring
early, Megatron
twice led the
NFL in receiving
yards and
was one of
the game’s
greatest WRs.
RONNIE
BROWN
Dolphins
Running back
Auburn
Brown only
rushed for
1,000 yards
once in Miami
and spent most
of his career as
part of a split
backfield.
CHARLES
ROGERS
Lions
Wide receiver
Michigan St.
One of the
biggest draft
misses, Rogers
failed multiple
drug tests and
washed out of
the league after
three seasons.
LEONARD
DAVIS
Cardinals
Off. tackle
Texas
Davis’ career
didn’t take off
until he joined
the Cowboys,
making three
straight Pro
Bowls starting
at right guard.
DONOVAN
MCNABB
Eagles
Quarterback
Syracuse
He may not
have won a
Super Bowl,
but McNabb
and the Eagles
dominated the
NFC East for
years.
YEARS
IN NFL
1
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BOWLS
0
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?
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3
PRO
BOWLS
0
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5
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BOWLS
0
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YEARS
IN NFL
7
PRO
BOWLS
6
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
4
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
8
PRO
BOWLS
6
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
9
PRO
BOWLS
1
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
3
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
11
PRO
BOWLS
3
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
13
PRO
BOWLS
6
VERDICT
HIT
2016
2014
2012
2010
2008
2006
2004
2002
2000
1998
CARSON
WENTZ
Eagles
Quarterback
N. Dakota St.
Wentz played
at an MVP
level before
tearing his ACL
and having to
watch Nick
Foles win the
Super Bowl.
GREG
ROBINSON
Rams
Off. tackle
Auburn
After he was
traded by the
Rams, the
Lions waived
Robinson,
whose career
is in danger of
being over.
ROBERT
GRIFFIN III
Redskins
Quarterback
Baylor
RG3 lit up the
NFL as a rookie
in Washington
before an ACL
tear robbed his
athleticism and
sent his career
into a tailspin.
NDAMUKONG
SUH
Lions
Def. tackle
Nebraska
Questionable
tactics aside,
Suh has been
one of the
league’s most
feared interior
defensive
linemen.
CHRIS
LONG
Rams
Defensive end
Virginia
Long won two
Super Bowls
late in his
career, but
never became
a dominant
defender with
the Rams.
REGGIE
BUSH
Saints
Running back
USC
While never
living up to the
massive hype,
Bush played a
key role in the
Saints’ 2009
Super Bowl
team.
ROBERT
GALLERY
Raiders
Off. tackle
Iowa
Gallery had
poor results at
right and left
tackle before
switching to
guard and
extending his
career.
JULIUS
PEPPERS
Panthers
Defensive end
North Carolina
About to play
his 17th season,
Peppers ranks
fourth with
154.5 career
sacks and
made the All2000s team.
LAVAR
ARRINGTON
Redskins
Linebacker
Penn State
His career
cut short
by injuries,
Arrington was
one of the NFL’s
most feared
linebackers in
his prime.
RYAN
LEAF
Chargers
Quarterback
Washington St.
Arguably the
biggest bust in
draft history,
Leaf’s career
was marked by
bad play, bad
attitude and
injuries.
YEARS
IN NFL
YEARS
IN NFL
YEARS
IN NFL
2
PRO
BOWLS
1
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
4
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
5
PRO
BOWLS
1
VERDICT
MISS
8
PRO
BOWLS
5
VERDICT
HIT
10
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
10
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
8
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
16
PRO
BOWLS
9
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
7
PRO
BOWLS
3
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
3
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
THURSDAY-SATURDAY
AT&T STADIUM, DALLAS
INSIDE THE NUMBERS: NO. 2 PICKS SINCE 1978
21
51.3% 33
No. 2 picks made Pro
Bowl appearances, led by
Lawrence Taylor and Eric
Dickerson’s 10 selections each.
HITS
AND MISSES
MISS
Charles
Rogers
MISS
MISS
Blair
Thomas
Ryan
Leaf
HITS (20/39)
MISSES (19/39)
MISS
Robert
Griffin III
Robert
Gallery
BY POSITION
QB
RB
Hit
WR
Miss
OT
11
No. 2 picks still active,
including 38-year-old Julius
Peppers, drafted 16 years
ago in 2002 by the Panthers.
G
C
DE
DT
LB
CB
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4/3 2/3 1/2 2/5 1/1 0/0 3/2 1/1 4/3 0/0 1/0
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COMING TOMORROW: HISTORY OF THE NO. 3 PICK
1997
1995
1993
1991
1989
1987
1985
1983
1981
1979
DARRELL
RUSSELL
Raiders
Def. tackle
USC
Russell was
one of the
league’s best
linemen before
repeatedly
testing positive
for drugs wiped
out his career.
TONY
BOSELLI
Jaguars
Off. tackle
USC
A Hall of Fame
candidate
despite
his injuryshortened
career, he’s a
beloved figure
in Jacksonville.
RICK
MIRER
Seahawks
Quarterback
Notre Dame
Mirer threw 56
interceptions in
four years for
the Seahawks,
and by his
fifth season
had become a
career backup.
ERIC
TURNER
Browns
Safety
UCLA
Led league in
interceptions
in 1994 and
was an All-Pro
selection. Died
suddenly at 31
due to stomach
cancer.
TONY
MANDARICH
Packers
Off. tackle
Michigan St.
Hyped
offensive
lineman fell
victim to poor
work ethic and
a painkiller
addiction as a
pro.
CORNELIUS
BENNETT
Colts
Linebacker
Alabama
Two-time AFC
Defensive
Player of the
Year was a
leader on Bills
team that made
four straight
Super Bowls.
BILL
FRALIC
Falcons
Guard
Pittsburgh
Made four
Pro Bowls
within first five
seasons as one
of the league’s
most prolific
run-blocking
linemen.
ERIC
DICKERSON
Rams
Running back
SMU
Set rookie
rushing record,
then singleseason rushing
record in 1984,
and his 13,259
career yards
rank eighth.
LAWRENCE
TAYLOR
Giants
Linebacker
North Carolina
Led Giants
to two Super
Bowls and is
one of just
two defensive
players to be
named NFL
MVP (1986).
MIKE
BELL
Chiefs
Defensive end
Colorado St.
Had lengthy
career entirely
with Kansas
City, but never
made Pro Bowl
team, though
he did post 40
sacks.
YEARS
IN NFL
5
PRO
BOWLS
2
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
7
PRO
BOWLS
5
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
12
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
9
PRO
BOWLS
2
VERDICT
YEARS
IN NFL
8
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
HIT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
14
PRO
BOWLS
5
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
9
PRO
BOWLS
4
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
13
PRO
BOWLS
10
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
13
PRO
BOWLS
10
VERDICT
YEARS
IN NFL
12
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
HIT
MISS
1996
1994
1992
1990
1988
1986
1984
1982
1980
1978
KEVIN
HARDY
Jaguars
Linebacker
Illinois
Was a key
component of
four straight
playoff trips for
the Jags and
was named to
1999 All-Pro
team.
MARSHALL
FAULK
Colts
Running back
San Diego St.
Lethal as a
runner and
a receiver,
Faulk was key
part of Rams’
“Greatest
Show on Turf”
offense.
QUENTIN
CORYATT
Colts
Linebacker
Texas A&M
Injuries limited
him to only four
full seasons,
cutting short
a promising
career with
three 100-plus
tackle seasons.
BLAIR
THOMAS
Jets
Running back
Penn State
Thomas never
ran for 1,000
yards and only
scored seven
career TDs
before washing
out of the
league.
NEIL
SMITH
Chiefs
Defensive end
Nebraska
Led league with
15 sacks in 1993
before joining
Broncos to
win two Super
Bowls. AllDecade Team
member.
TONY
CASILLAS
Falcons
Linebacker
Alabama
Had several
productive
seasons in
Atlanta before
becoming
starter on twotime champion
Cowboys.
DEAN
STEINKUHLER
Oilers
Guard
Nebraska
A five-year
starter,
Steinkuhler
had become a
backup by his
sixth year and
was soon out of
the league.
JOHNIE
COOKS
Colts
Linebacker
Mississippi St.
Peaked in 1984
with 11.5 sacks,
but was cut in
1988. Caught
on with Giants,
playing on their
1990 Super
Bowl team.
JOHNNY ‘LAM’
JONES
Jets
Wide receiver
Texas
World-class
sprinter cost
the Jets two
first-round
picks in a
trade, but one
problem: he
couldn’t catch.
ART
STILL
Chiefs
Defensive end
Kentucky
Led Chiefs
in sacks in
six different
seasons and
ranks seventh
in sacks in
franchise
history.
YEARS
IN NFL
9
PRO
BOWLS
1
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
12
PRO
BOWLS
7
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
7
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
6
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
13
PRO
BOWLS
6
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
12
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
HIT
YEARS
IN NFL
7
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
10
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
5
PRO
BOWLS
0
VERDICT
MISS
YEARS
IN NFL
13
PRO
BOWLS
4
VERDICT
HIT
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Players
whose
NFL
careers lasted
four seasons or
fewer — Jason
Smith (right),
Charles Rogers and
Ryan Leaf.
48.7%
MISS
Hall of Famers — Taylor,
Dickerson and Marshall
Faulk.
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By MIKE PUMA
with one homer and eight
RBIs, has struggled the most.
ATLANTA — Now it’s time to get Bruce insisted the plantar
fasciitis that has flared up in
the big boys hitting.
As manager Mickey Callaway evalu- his left foot on occasion beates the Mets’ fast start this season, the ginning in spring training
most surprising aspect might be that has not been an issue.
“The foot actually has been
has occurred without Yoenis Cespedes, Michael Conforto and Jay Bruce feeling much better,” Bruce
said. “I definitely haven’t
playing near their expected levels.
The trio — the nucleus of the Mets played as well as I want to or
lineup — is hitting a combined .199 expect to or will. The timing
heading into a three-game series that is on and off and it’s one of
begins Tuesday against the Cardinals those deals.
“It happens from time to time
in St. Louis. Conforto has been the best
of the group, receiving his walks, and and unfortunately it’s at the beCespedes has delivered game-winning ginning here, but working every
day in the cage and continuing to
hits, but Bruce has largely been MIA.
“You look at our record and see what improve and really trust my work
those guys have done and the rest of and the process I have trusted for a
the guys have stepped up and gotten us long time and just working. That’s all
where we need to get,” Callaway said there is to it.”
Cespedes has delivered game-winbefore Sunday’s game against the
Braves at SunTrust Park was post- ning hits against the Nationals, Marlins
poned by rain. “Now obviously [Ces- and Braves, but largely has struggled,
slashing .195/.258/.354
pedes, Conforto and
with four homers and 18
Bruce] have hit some key
RBIs. He recently suggrand slams or base hits
gested he might begin
late in games to win us
playing golf again in-seagames, but to have the
son to help his swing.
best record in the NaTUESDAY
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“One of the things I am
tional League and having
WEDNESDAY — 8:15
doing now that I didn’t
our guys where they are
do before is watching the
at says a lot about our
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videos,” Cespedes said.
clubhouse.”
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“That’s something differAsdrubal Cabrera has
ent I am doing right now,
been the team MVP to
this point, posting a .999 OPS for a but unfortunately it’s not going too
well so far.”
team averaging 4.8 runs.
Conforto, who missed much of the
But the Mets have also received contributions from Todd Frazier and Grapefruit League season rehabbing
bench players Juan Lagares, Brandon from shoulder surgery, said his slow
Nimmo and Wilmer Flores to keep the start might be a case of not getting in
lineup afloat. And yet the Mets realize enough work over the winter. He is
slashing .213/.387/.340 with one homer
more is needed.
“You would think sitting where we and five RBIs.
“I am seeing it well and swinging at
are at we would have the bats really going and we are 20 games in, it’s still the right pitches most of the time,”
very early,” Conforto said. “We are go- Conforto said. “But it’s just squaring up
ing to get going. Jay is a 30-homer guy that mistake is the big thing for me.
“It’s definitely not having the offseaevery single year, he’s shown it. Ces obviously has his track record and I know son to work. Not having the normal
I am going to get going here soon. It’s spring. Just kind of playing catch up a
little bit, but I feel good right now.”
just a matter of time.”
Bruce, who is slashing .194/.280/.328
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TLANTA — In show business, he might be called a
beloved character actor.
In sports? Wilmer Flores
ranks as a little more unique.
How many homegrown, young, beloved
bench players do you
see out there?
Flores might never fully accept the niche he has created
for himself with these Mets. Yet
he does understand there’s
something to be said for doing a
job well, even if it’s not the job
you want. And he appreciates
being appreciated, particularly
for a role that typically goes unnoticed.
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“I’ll never get used to it. You
never get used to it,” he said
Sunday at SunTrust Park, before rain postponed the Mets’
series finale with the Braves. “…
I don’t think that [anybody]
wants to be on the bench. Everybody wants to be out there.
But I contribute to the team and
that’s what’s important.
“I know that I can help the
team win, so I’ve got to stay
ready for whenever I’m playing.”
Fittingly, Flores was set to
make his first appearance of the
season at third base Sunday, as
Mickey Callaway wanted to
give new guy Todd Frazier a
breather after 20 straight starts
(and a spiking in Saturday’s 4-3
loss) at the hot corner. Flores
started at first base in Friday
night’s 5-3, 12-inning Mets victory, going 2-for-5 with an RBI,
and on Saturday, he pinch hit,
walked and scored the game’s
first run in the eighth inning.
That capped a good week and
strong start to the season for the
26-year-old, who owns a .263/
.333/.474 slash line in 18 games
and 42 plate appearances. He
delivered the third walk-off
homer of his career on April 15
when, in the bottom of the ninth
inning, he went deep against
Milwaukee’s Matt Albers to give
WIL’ DO WHAT IT TAKES: Though Wilmer Flores says he’ll “never get used to” coming off the bench, the Mets’ utility man is always ready to “contribute” and help the team win, like he did last Sunday with his walk-off homer against Milwaukee (inset). Getty Images
the Mets a 3-2 victory.
“What makes him special,
No. 1, is he can hit off the
bench,” said Mets bench coach
Gary DiSarcina, an Angels everyday shortstop back in his
day. “He’s done it numerous
times when he’s stepped in and
had a great plate appearance
for us and stepped up in different situations. The ability to
not play for two days and then
have a start at first base, or
third base, or second base, and
move him around, those are
special players. I don’t think
you really realize it until you
get on the coaching side of it.”
This marks DiSarcina’s first
year in the National League —
in recent seasons, he coached
for the Angels and Red Sox —
so he first learned over the
course of the Grapefruit League
schedule just how solid a bat
Flores carries. Since the regular
season began, the coach has
witnessed the roars Flores receives every time he steps to
the on-deck circle.
“Was he the one that cried?”
DiSarcina asked.
Yes, Flores’ legendary Citi
Field tears on the night of July
29, 2015, after word leaked that
the Mets had agreed in principle to trade him and Sunday’s
scheduled
starter
Zack
Wheeler to the Brewers for
Carlos Gomez, elevated him to
cult-hero status in Flushing.
The deal of course fell through
after the Mets didn’t like
Gomez’s medical data, and two
nights later, Flores hit a walkoff homer in the 12th to beat the
Nationals and turn the Mets’
season around all the way to a
National League pennant.
“They definitely make it easier, because it’s just easier when
you know they have your back,”
Flores said of the Mets fans.
“They’re always cheering for
you. Every day, you try to do
something good for them, to
give back. It’s definitely fun
when they’re supporting.”
Flores can be a free agent after next season, at age 28, so
maybe he’ll find an employer
willing to give him another shot
at a regular gig. That’s a long
time away, though. And Flores
has shown he can yearn for
something more while not neglecting his current responsibilities.
“It’s hard waiting. ‘When am I
going to get in there?’ ” Flores
said. “But I think about the opportunity, not the obligations.”
Spoken like a true character
actor on one of baseball’s biggest stages.
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Mets make adjustments to rotation after rainout
By MIKE PUMA
ATLANTA — Sunday’s rain out was
good news for a Mets bullpen that has
received plenty of recent work, but the
price will be paid later.
The postponement means the Mets
and Braves will play a split doubleheader at SunTrust Park on Memorial
Day, during a stretch in which manager Mickey Callaway’s crew will go
17 days without a break.
The Mets rotation will now set up
with Zack Wheeler, Steven Matz and
Noah Syndergaard facing the Cardinals
beginning Tuesday, before Jacob deGrom pitches the opener of a weekend
series in San Diego.
Jason Vargas would make his
season debut Saturday in San
Diego.
The lefty Vargas is scheduled to throw about 75 pitches Monday
in a rehab start for Triple-A Las Vegas,
his final hurdle before rejoining the
club. Vargas has been sidelined since
near the end of spring training, after a
line drive broke the hamate bone in his
non-pitching hand. Vargas underwent
subsequent surgery, but maintained a
throwing schedule to keep his arm
strong.
Matt Harvey will be available to pitch from the bullpen
as early as Tuesday, according
to Callaway. The right-hander
lost his spot in the starting rotation after
allowing six earned runs in a loss to the
Braves on Thursday.
METS
NOTES
➤ Todd Frazier was absent from Callaway’s starting lineup after getting his
toe spiked the previous night at third
base. Frazier expects to play Tuesday
against the Cardinals.
➤
DeGrom, who received a no-decision following seven shutout innings
Saturday, has not sustained a loss on the
road against an NL East opponent in his
last 10 starts. It ties a franchise mark set
by Ron Darling in 1987.
➤
The Mets have not allowed an opposing pitcher to reach base safely in 41
plate appearances to begin the season.
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ed
by Yoenis Cespedes
after
Flores’ third-career
walk-off
homer lifted the Mets
to
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as
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ON DECK
RHP Masahiro Tanaka
(2-2, 6.45) vs. RHP Jake
Odorizzi (1-1, 3.38)
MONDAY — 7:05,
YES/ESPN
TUESDAY — 6:35, YES
LHP CC Sabathia
(0-0, 2.70) vs. RHP Jose
Berrios (2-1, 1.63)
WEDNESDAY— 6:35, YES
RHP Sonny Gray
(1-1, 8.27) vs. RHP Lance
Lynn (0-1, 6.00)
THURSDAY — 1:05, YES
LHP Jordan
Montgomery (2-0, 3.80)
vs. RHP Kyle Gibson
(1-1, 4.29)
INSIDE THE MATCHUPS
Paul J. Bereswill
By DAN MARTIN
It’s becoming increasingly
clear that when Luis Severino is
good, there’s almost no one better in the majors.
After another standout performance in Sunday’s 5-1 win over
the Blue Jays in The Bronx, the
right-hander has allowed either
zero or one run in 19 starts since
the beginning of last season —
the most in baseball.
On Sunday, he gave up just a
solo homer to Teoscar Hernandez in the sixth inning of a seven-inning outing in which Severino allowed just three hits and
two walks, while striking out
six.
“He struggled a couple of innings where he lost his command a little bit, but that’s what
an ace looks like,’’ Aaron Boone
Pitches out of trouble
in an extended outing
said. “When he’s not perfect, to
still be able go out there drive
through seven for us.”
And much like Jordan Montgomery on Saturday, Severino
was able to get out of more than
one tricky situation.
After Severino retired the first
six batters he faced, he gave up a
single to Kevin Pillar and
walked Devon Travis before getting the next three batters. An
inning later, he pitched around a
leadoff double by Justin Smoak
without a run scoring.
Severino (4-1, 2.32 ERA) was
pleased with how he was able to
attack the strike zone, especially
with his fastball.
On Opening Day in Toronto,
he limited the Blue Jays to one
hit in 5 ²/₃ shutout innings. Severino then tossed 7 ¹/₃ impressive innings against the Rays,
when he gave up just two runs.
His only misstep of the season
came in Boston when, pitching
in tough conditions, Severino allowed five runs in five innings,
but he bounced back to toss six
scoreless, one-hit innings versus
the Marlins before shutting
down the Blue Jays again Sunday.
Boone decided to let Severino
pitch the seventh even after he
was touched up for a homer and
a walk in the sixth. Severino rewarded Boone’s faith by tossing
a scoreless inning.
“We had [Chad] Green up in
the seventh if he got in any real
trouble,’’ Boone said. “He hit Pillar there when he tried to finish
off the day a little too much. But
he got through the inning. It was
just what the doctor ordered.”
Severino liked the extra work.
The 112 pitches were the most
he’d thrown in a game since he
needed 113 to get through seven
innings of Game 4 of last year’s
ALDS against Cleveland.
“That was big for me,” said
Severino, who has limited batters to a .168 average this year. “I
felt good at the end.”
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Teammates like what they see in Torres
By DAN MARTIN
Gleyber Torres got a
standing ovation from the
Stadium crowd as he went to
the plate for the first time in
his major league career Sunday.
The Yankee who has heard
almost nothing but boos in
The Bronx understands the
excitement surrounding the
organization’s top prospect.
“He’s gonna be good,
man.” Giancarlo Stanton
said before Torres went hitless in the Yankees’ 5-1 win
over Toronto. “He is good already. He’s gonna prove
himself.”
Stanton compared Torres’
swing to the Cubs’ Javier
Baez.
“There’s a lot going on, but
it’s very precise,” Stanton
said. “It’s short and there’s
not that much movement.
He’s got some cool action in
there and some pop at the
end.”
The results weren’t there
in his first game, as Torres,
working on three hours’
sleep due to his excitement
about getting called up, went
0-for-4, leaving seven runners on base.
But the Yankees didn’t call
him up from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre — option-
ing Tyler Wade to SWB to
make room on the roster —
so they could just get a
glimpse of Torres.
“He’s earned the right to
come up here,” said Neil
Walker, who was signed this
spring to play second, but
has also struggled. “I’m not
even hitting my weight.”
“Obviously, I think you all
realize how much we value
him as a player, short-term
certainly and for our future,”
Aaron Boone said before the
game, adding that he expects
Torres to play regularly at
second base. “[Bringing him
up] is something we’ve had
conversations about over
the last week, about when
would be the right time. We
feel like he’s ready, he’s
checked all the boxes.”
Afterwards, Boone said he
liked Torres’ approach at the
plate and the way he was
able to work counts. But he
also said there’s not one particular skill that sets him
apart.
“I don’t think there’s anything that’s ‘Wow’ [about
him],’’ the manager said pregame. “He’s not going to hit
it a mile or wow you with his
speed, but he does everything really well on the baseball field. His baseball IQ
and baseball clock [are im-
pressive]. He has all the
tools. He’s really good defensively at all three positions.”
After a rough spring training at the plate that saw Torres optioned to the minors
well before the regular season began, Torres responded by going 17-for-49
with an OPS of .903 in 14
games with SWB.
Before the game, the 21year-old was asked if he
was ready for the next step:
“Yeah,” Torres said. “I’m
here.”
The Yankees will find out
whether they and their top
prospect are right.
YANKEES: Tanaka
will be making his
fifth start of the
season, trying to
bounce back from
two poor outings. He
allowed six runs in
five innings on April
11 against the Red
Sox and seven runs
(six earned) in five
innings against the
Marlins on April 17.
TWINS: Odorizzi,
traded from
the Rays in the
offseason, is 2-3
with a 5.75 ERA,
allowing 10 home
runs in 36 innings,
at Yankee Stadium.
Against the Yankees,
Odorizzi’s overall
record is 5-7 with a
4.31 ERA.
STAT SO?
YANKEES: Aaron
Judge has reached
safely in all 12 home
games this season,
hitting safely in 10 of
them. The Yankees
are also 17-5 since
July 28, 2017 when
Judge hits at least
one home run,
including 13-2 at
home.
TWINS: Second
baseman Brian
Dozier has hit safely
in all 16 Twins games
this season, the
longest active streak
in baseball. Dating to
Sept. 22, he has hit
in 23 straight.
By GEORGE A. KING III
Yankees expect announcement on
first baseman suspension this week
YANKEES NOTES
of those if he is called safe he is
probably safe. If he is called out, I
haven’t looked at all the replays
yet, but that is my understanding
of it.’’
center-field replay board, the
crowd booed the call made by
first-base umpire and
crew chief Ted BarDavid
Hale
rett. Subsequent redoesn’t have the proplays drew the same
file Gleyber Torres
reaction.
does, but the rightHowever, following
handed pitcher does
a review, the word
have one thing in
from MLB was that
common with the
first baseman Justin
Yankees’ top position
Smoak had a sliver of
player prospect: They
his spike on the bag
each arrived in The
with the ball in his
Bronx on Sunday.
glove.
Hale, 30, was sumTYLER AUSTIN
“There was a shot a Brawled with Sawx. moned from Triple-A
split second earlier
Scranton/Wilkeswhere it was kind of borderline Barre to provide depth for a bullwhether they were going to over- pen that has been leaned on
turn it,’’ Boone said. “It was one heavily. In three starts with the
➤
RailRiders, Hale went 0-1 with a
5.52 ERA. He was signed as a minor league free agent in late January.
“He gives us length,’’ Boone
said of Hale, who was a thirdround pick of the Braves out of
Princeton in 2009. “As much as
[Jordan Montgomery] picked
us up [Saturday] and we have
[Luis Severino] going [Sunday],
we have still used our pen a lot.’’
Boone, who lost Adam Warren
to the disabled list with a back
muscle problem Saturday and
had Domingo German throw 47
pitches on Friday night, needed
somebody for more than an inning.
“We feel Hale is the guy who is
stretched out,’’ Boone said of the
right-hander, who worked six innings in his first Triple-A start
➤
There is a chance Clint Frazier could play in Single-A games
for Tampa this coming week.
“I think he has finally passed all
of the concussion protocols and
MLB has to sign off on it,’’ Boone
said of the outfielder who suffered a concussion banging his
head against a fence on Feb. 24 in
a spring training game. “There is
a chance he could be playing in
games with Tampa [Monday] or
Tuesday.”
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➤
Austin signaled to the Yankees dugout to take a look at a
play at first base in the eighth inning on a ground ball to short on
which he was called out. The
Yankees challenged the call and
when the play was shown on the
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The Yankees expect to lose first
baseman Tyler Austin to a suspension this week for his involvement in a brawl with the Red Sox
on April 11. Austin, who charged
the mound after being hit by a
pitch from Red Sox reliever Joe
Kelly, was handed a five-game
suspension and had an appeal
hearing Thursday.
MLB could possibly announce a
decision as early as Monday.
“We do anticipate a decision
this week, when that is I don’t
know. Hopefully it gets knocked
down a little bit,’’ manager Aaron
Boone said following Sunday’s 5-1
win over the Blue Jays. “It’s never
a good time to be playing short
and not necessarily looking forward to that. We know it’s coming
and will do the best we can.’’
Austin has 11 hits in his last 28
at-bats (.478) after going 1-for-3
with a walk Sunday. Losing his
bat will hurt a lineup that the icecold Neil Walker will likely join
at first base when Austin serves
his sentence. Walker has started
10 games at first and four at second this season.
and 4 ²/₃ and four in his following
outings. “He is a guy with experience and can come in and pound
the strike zone.’’
Hale has a 10-10 record and 4.48
ERA in 66 big-league games (20
starts). He last appeared in the
major leagues working two
games for the Rockies in 2016.
Hale spent 2017 with Double-A
Tulsa and Triple-A Oklahoma
City.
Infielders Tyler Wade and
Jace Peterson were jettisoned to
make room for Torres and Hale.
Wade was optioned to SWB and
Peterson designated for assignment.
Wade hit .086 (3-for-35) in 13
games for the Yankees after making the team out of spring training. Inconsistent playing time
due to a string of lefty pitchers
started by the opposition, a twoday flu bug and Ronald Torreyes’ hot bat led to the demotion.
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A MOMENT OF
By GEORGE A. KING III
Gleyber Torres didn’t get a
hit in his major league debut,
but he was part of something
much more important.
“I expected to win the game
and help the team win,’’ Torres
said after playing nine innings
of a 5-1 Yankees victory over
the Blue Jays in front of 43,628
at Yankee Stadium on Sunday.
Considered among the top
prospects in baseball, Torres went 0-for-4 and hitless
in three at-bats with runners
in scoring position, which
included banging into a
5-4-3 double play that ended
the fourth. Torres did contribute to the Yankees’ third win
four games by starting a 4-6-3
inning-ending double play in
the sixth when the Blue Jays
trailed by two.
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BLUE JAYS
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With Luis Severino pitching
like an ace for seven innings,
the sizzling Miguel Andujar
delivering four hits and an
RBI, Didi Gregorius homering
and driving in two runs, Austin Romine delivering a clutch,
two-out, two-run double and
David Robertson and Aroldis
Chapman hurling scoreless
innings, Torres’ bat wasn’t
required.
“I feel happy for Miggy and
Severino and the bullpen,’’
Torres said. “It was a good
game for all and it’s a win.’’
To hear a 21-year-old talk
about a win in his first day
in the majors when he went
0-for-4 is refreshing because
there is no more important
statistic than a victory. The
ocean of data being produced
by the analytical arms of front
offices can be helpful, but a
win trumps any collection of
numbers.
Having promoted him from
Triple-A Scranton/WilkesBarre on Saturday night, the
Yankees fully expect Torres to
hit or they wouldn’t have made
the move. Yet, to expect him to
jump into the big leagues and
rake immediately is wrong.
“He can hit,’’ Severino said.
“Those [Sunday] numbers
mean nothing.’’
On the other hand Severino’s numbers meant everything.
Gleyber debuts with victory as
Bombers unveil under-30 lineup
Kiddie Corps
MIGHTY MIGGY: Miguel
Andujar, 23, laces an RBI
double as part of his 4-for-4
day.
Paul J. Bereswill
The Yankees rolled out a lineup exclusively of players under 30 for the first time since
beating the Tigers 5-1 on Sept. 29, 1989 — two days before the season ended. Here’s a
look at how Sunday’s lineup compares with that one with ages listed by years and days:
Sunday
Player, Pos.
1. Aaron Hicks, CF
2. Aaron Judge, RF
3. Didi Gregorius, SS
4. Giancarlo Stanton, LF
5. Gary Sanchez, DH
6. Tyler Austin, 1B
7. Miguel Andujar, 3B
8. Gleyber Torres, 2B
9. Austin Romine, C
P. Luis Severino
“That’s what an ace looks
like,’’ Aaron Boone said of his
No. 1 starter, who allowed a
run, three hits and struck out
two. He is 4-1 with a 2.32 ERA.
Severino’s 112 pitches were the
most by a Yankees starter this
year.
Severino cruised through
the first five before Teoscar
Hernandez homered into the
left-field bullpen with one out
in the sixth that cut the Yankees’ lead to 3-1. A walk to Justin Smoak provided a drop of
anxiety, but Severino induced
Yangervis Solarte to hit a
ground ball right at Torres that
started a double play. After a
scoreless seventh, Severino
turned it over to the pen.
It’s between Gregorius and
Aaron Judge as to who has
been the Yankees’ best player
Sept. 29, 1989
Yrs., Days
28, 209
25, 361
28, 70
28, 172
25, 147
26, 235
23, 57
21, 135
29, 158
24, 67
Player, Pos.
1. Steve Sax, 2B
2. Luis Polonia, DH
3. Don Mattingly, 1B
4. Mel Hall, LF
5. Jesse Barfield, RF
6. Roberto Kelly, CF
7. Mike Blowers, 3B
8. Alvaro Espinoza, SS
9. Brian Dorsett, C
P. Eric Plunk
through 20 games and Gregorius did his part with a solo
homer off lefty Jaime Garcia in
the first inning and a sacrifice
fly in the seventh off righty
Danny Barnes. The homer
and sac fly raised Gregorius’
RBI total to team-leading 20.
With six homers he is tied
with Judge for the team lead.
Judge went 0-for-3 with a walk
and is hitting .324; Gregorius’
.333 average tops the Yankees’
regulars.
As for Andujar, he looks
nothing like the hitter who
started the season hitting .107
(3-for-28) with a .133 on-base
percentage in his first seven
games.
“Before the game he said to
me, ‘I am feeling pretty good.’
I said, ‘OK, show me,’ ” Gregorius said of the 23-year-old
Yrs., Days
29, 251
25, 300
28, 169
29, 13
29, 343
24, 354
24, 159
27, 229
28, 180
26, 211
Andujar who doubled over
third in the second, singled to
short in the fourth, crushed a
two-run double to center in
the sixth and singled to second
in the eighth. “And he got four
hits.’’
In the past six games, Andujar is batting .542 (13-for-24)
with two homers and seven
RBIs.
A lot was made of the Yankees’ starting lineup consisting of 10 players under 30 for
the first time since 1989. That’s
a tribute to the talent oozing
out of the minor league system. And in the end it’s just
numbers in a business that has
been and always will be about
wins, which Torres was a part
of in his first taste of the big
leagues.
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Cubs. “It’s like a family.”
In this context, the dynamic was
far different from the last time the
Yankees promoted a highly regarded young second baseman in midseason. For when 22-year-old Robinson Cano joined an 11-15 Yankees
team in Tampa Bay on May 3, 2005,
he was an exception to the rule of
veterans wearing pinstripes.
Cano batted ninth in the order
and went hitless in
three at-bats with a
strikeout and without
getting the ball out
of the infield against
Doug Waechter in the
11-4 defeat. He would
go 2-for-4 the next day
before enduring an
0-for-16 stretch over the following
five games.
Which is to say that all is not
lost for Torres following his
0-for-4 debut in which he came up
with seven men on base without
advancing a runner, striking out in
his first at-bat against short-time
Yankee lefty Jaime Garcia and later
hitting into a double play.
Nevertheless, the young man
hardly despaired after it was over.
He stressed the importance of
being a part of the victory and talked about being “super excited and
happy.”
Boone said that he thought Torres, the youngest position player
to debut for the Yankees since
20-year-old Melky Cabrera on July
5, 2005, was “really excited and
anxious” in his first at-bat that ended in a five-pitch swinging K.
“I thought he settled in and controlled the zone a little better after
that,” the manager said. “He took
steps in the right direction.”
According to STATS Inc., Sunday represented the first time in
nearly three-quarters of a century
— roll that one around your tongue
— that the team had started an allunder 30 lineup within the first 20
games of a season since the second
game of a May 9, 1943, doubleheader against the Philadelphia A’s. At
that time, of course, World War II
had ravaged major league rosters.
Then, 29-year-old first-baseman
Nick Etten was the senior citizen.
Austin Romine, also 29, played that
role on Sunday, catching while Sanchez was the DH.
“I was joking before the game
that I’ve always been the youngest
guy,” Romine said. “Now I’m the
oldest.”
Larry Brooks
THAT’S WON: Gleyber
Torres (right), the Yankees’
21-year-old phenom,
celebrates with Tyler Austin
after the Bombers wrapped
up a 5-1 win in his debut.
Torres went 0-for-4, but was
more concerned with the
team result.
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HEY are serving youth in The
Bronx. That is not the title of
a cookbook, but it is the Yankees’ recipe for success.
For on Sunday, when 34-yearold Brett Gardner was given the
day off, the Yankees started an allunder 30 lineup for the first time
in nearly three decades in a 5-1
victory over the Blue Jays that featured Gleyber Torres’ much-anticipated big-league
debut, Miguel
Andujar’s 4-for4 performance
and undisputed
ace Luis Severino’s dominant
s e ve n - i n n i n g ,
three-hit start.
“We’ve worked really hard long
before I got here at building the
organization from the ground up,”
Aaron Boone, no geezer himself
at age 45, said after the victory in
which the Yankees opened with
all 20-somethings for the first time
since a roster-expanded, Sept. 29,
1989, game against the Tigers.
“They’ve done a great job of it,”
the neophyte manager said. “I feel
like we’re in the position not only
to be a really good team for the
short-term but the long-term. It’s a
tribute to all the people who built
the organization from the ground
up.”
Ownership and management
hit the restart button two summers ago but the process of going
green was already underway by
then. Aaron Judge was in the system. Gary Sanchez was in the system. Severino was in the system.
The injured Greg Bird was in the
system. Though the Yankees still
flaunt their wealth — Giancarlo
Stanton is not taking home a bag
of shells for his pay — this is not
going to be the best team money
can buy, but rather the best team
scouting can construct.
“It’s what everyone has been
talking about,” said 28-year-old
relative graybeard Didi Gregorius,
who clubbed a first-inning home
run. “We’ve got a lot of prospects.”
Prospects who can and will
play. When the 21-year-old Torres
arrived after a career sum of 153
Triple-A plate appearances over
parts of two seasons — what took
so long? — he was hardly alone.
Familiarity breeds some comfort.
“I know everybody here,” said
Torres, the prized piece of the July
25, 2016, lend-lease deal in which
Aroldis Chapman went to the
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‘The 100’ takes a huge leap forward in busy fift season
By LAUREN SARNER
I
T’S always risky using a time
jump as a plot device — but
the new season of The CW’s
“The 100” pulls it off.
“We take a lot of chances,
and sometimes we hit and
sometimes we miss,” says
showrunner Jason Rothenberg. “But
the fact that it was a risk — a bold
choice — was one of the reasons we
wanted to do it.” The show’s Season
5 premiere (Tuesday at 9 p.m.)
moves the dystopian drama’s plot
forward, aging each character by a
whopping six years.
“When you do a time jump, it does
allow you the freedom to change
[characters] in significant ways,”
says Rothenberg. “But you also have
to be careful to make sure that they
still feel like the same people.”
“The 100” is set on a future earth
ravaged by nuclear bombs. The first
JARED
HARRIS:
“But the biggest [deal]
four seasons followed
SEASON
to me was the realization
what’s left of humanity
PREMIERE
that Clarke was still alive,”
as the survivors clashed
he says. “They weren’t just
(often violently) over
“The 100”
opposing ideas of how
9 p.m. Tuesday on reunions, they were weirdly
mind- blowing reversals,
their new society should
The CW
too. You don’t think you’re
be constructed. Key
ever going to see this person
characters include Clarke
again, and there she is. Obviously
Griffin (Eliza Taylor), Bellamy Blake
that affects Bellamy probably more
(Bob Morley) — who’s the Mulder
strongly than any of them.”
to her Scully — and Bellamy’s sister
The key to putting characters
Octavia (Marie Avgeropoulos).
though six years of offscreen evoluThanks to an apocalyptic disaster
tion without making them unrecat the end of Season 4, Season 5
ognizable? Distilling their essential
begins with Clarke, Bellamy and
qualities, Rothenberg says.
Octavia having been separated for
“For Bellamy, he was always a
six years, with Clarke presumed
protector; it’s just he’s now a protecdead. Rothenberg says Season 5 is
tor who is able to integrate his head
filled with emotional reunions.
and his heart and think before he
“Bellamy seeing his sister again
acts,” he says. “Clarke has always
was one we knew was going to be
been fiercely protective of her
highly dramatic, because you open
people; now her people is a person
Pandora’s box and [how she spent
[a girl she meets in the interval].
six years] is a surprise, to say the
Octavia is still really emotional and
least,” he says.
WHAT I’M WATCHING
protective of her clan.”
Another key to a successful time
jump, he says, is periodic flashbacks
and “making sure that you’re including enough dialogue that helps
people bridge the gap in their minds
of what they missed.”
The leap forward means that the
formerly teen characters are all now
adults. But Rothenberg says that
doesn’t impact whether the show
can still be considered a teen drama.
“Despite marketing standpoints, it
was [never] the way we approached
it,” he says. “I have two children, one
is about to be 19, one is 9. And I’m
going to use a term they would make
fun of me for, but theirs is a ‘woke’
generation. They take themselves
seriously much more so than previous generations, or at least mine ...
it’s certainly something we try to do
with these characters, too. We were
never writing kids.
“I just looked at them as people.”
WHAT’S
ON THE
WATCH
LIST
THE LATE LATE
SHOW CARPOOL
KARAOKE SPECIAL
Monday, 10 p.m., CBS
Christina Aguilera hosts
the latest primetime
special spun off from James
Corden’s CBS late-night
show. Guests include “Mom”
stars Anna Faris
and Allison
Janney
and Iain
Armitage
(“Young
Sheldon”).
EMPIRE
Wednesday, 9 p.m., FOX
Lucious (Terrence Howard)
and Thirsty try to squash
Eddie’s (guest star Forest
Whitaker) takeover by
confronting him with legal
papers. Cookie
(Taraji P.
Henson) recalls
her complex
relationship
with her
mother (Alfre
Woodard).
GREY’S ANATOMY
Thursday, 8 p.m., ABC
The hospital springs into
crisis-management mode,
while Arizona (Jessica
Capshaw)
decides
to spend
some more
time with
Sofia,
who’s
having
a hard
time at
school.
“I watched the new season of ‘Black Mirror.’ I really enjoyed that. ‘Good Girls’ — I sat down to watch [fellow ‘Mad Men’ star]
Christina [Hendricks] in that. My wife and I are both addicted to ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race.’ My guilty pleasure is ‘Survivor.’ I just
binge-watched the whole of ‘Breaking Bad’ — I hadn’t seen the whole thing all the way through because I had seen it but
missed loads of episodes.” — Harris stars as Captain Crozier on AMC’s “The Terror” (9 p.m. Monday)
Evening
7:00pm
2
Inside Edition Entertainment Big Bang
Tonight
Theory (R)
Extra
Access
The Voice
What’s on Tonight
4
5
7
9
SP C F 6:30pm
2 2 2 CBS Evening
News
WNBC 4 4 4 NBC Nightly
News
WNYW 5 5 5 TMZ
WCBS
7 ABC World
News
WWOR 9 9 9 Family Feud
WABC
11 WPIX
13 WNET
DRAMA
Lucifer: 8 p.m. on WNYW 5.
DRAMA
iZombie: 9 p.m. on WPIX 11.
Liv (Rose McIver, pictured)
consumes the brain of a
role-playing knight while
investigating his murder.
SPECIAL
The Late Late Show with
James Corden: 10 p.m. on
WCBS 2. “Carpool
Karaoke” with Christina
Aguilera (above); plus Iain
Armitage and Anna Faris.
21 WLIW
25 WNYE
31 WPXN
41 WXTV
47 WNJU
55 WLNY
A&E
AMC
BET
BBCAM
BRAVO
CNBC
CNN
COM
DIS
DSC
E!
ESPN
ESPN2
FBN
FNC
FOOD
FREFRM
FS1
FX
HALL
HGTV
HIST
ID
LIFE
MeTV
MSG
MSG Plus
MSNBC
MTV
NATGEO
NICK
OWN
PARMT
SNY
SYFY
TBS
TCM
TLC
TNT
TVLAND
USA
VH1
WE
YES
EPIX
HBO
MAX
SHO
7
7
Page Six TV
7:30pm
Modern
Family
Jeopardy!
Wheel of
Fortune
Family Feud The Big Bang
Theory
The
The
Goldbergs
Goldbergs
The PBS NewsHour
8:00pm
8:30pm
Young
Sheldon (R)
9:00pm
Young
Sheldon (R)
9:30pm
Big Bang
Theory (R)
Lucifer: Lucifer distracts
Chloe from Pierce.
American Idol
The Resident: Nic is
investigated for Lily’s death.
Law & Order: SVU
Law & Order: SVU
10:00pm
Movies
10:30pm
The Late Late Show with
James Corden
(10:01) Good Girls: Seemingly
easy job.
FOX 5 News at 10:
Nightly news report.
The Crossing: Jude tries to
rescue his son.
Family Feud Family Feud
(R)
(R)
PIX11 News at 10pm
Sports
11:00pm
New
11:30pm
CBS 2 News at (11:35) Late
11PM
Show
News
(11:35) Tonight
Show
The Big Bang Modern
Theory
Family
News
(11:35) Kimmel
Live
Chasing
Top 30
News
Seinfeld
Seinfeld
11 11 11 Two and a
Supergirl: Myr’nn causes
iZombie: Liv consumes
Half Men
psychic disturbances.
live-action knight’s brain.
13 13 13 Business
Antiques Roadshow:
Free at Last - Martin Luther King, Jr
Independent Lens:
Amanpour on
Report
Gold Rush diary.
Change in rural U.S.
PBS
21 21 21 (6:00) News
Metro (R)
Now
Call the Midwife
Masterpiece: A second cold case.
Pioneers
Metro (R)
BBC World
25 22 25 Report
Finding Traction
Vanguard
Her B Idea
Day’s Work Crains NY
Start Up
RTN
VisionKeep In Context
31 3 531 Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
41 6 41 Noticiero
La rosa de Guadalupe
El rico y Lázaro
Papá a toda madre
Por amar sin ley
Noticias
Noticiero
47 16 12 Noticias
Caso cerrado
Mi familia perfecta
Al otro lado del muro
Enemigo íntimo
Noticiero
Titulares
55 10 10 Queens
Girls
Girls
Dr. Phil
WLNY News at 9PM
Judge Judy
Judge Judy
Mike
Mike
46 46 181 (6:00) Inside Story: Caddyshack
Jeff Dunham: Birth of a Dummy: Ventriloquist comic.
(10:01) Biography (R)
(11:03) Birth of Dummy
54 43 231 Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) aaac
The Terror
(10:05) The Terror (R)
(11:10) McMafia
37 54 270 (5:00) Beauty Shop (2005)
(7:25) Bringing Down the House (2003): Prison escapee. PG-13 aac
(9:55) Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Big Happy Family (2011)
71 101 189 X Files
The X-Files
The X-Files
The X-Files
The X-Files
The X-Files
18 44 185 Vanderpump Vanderpump Rules (R)
Vanderpump Rules (R)
Vanderpump Rules
Vanderpump Rules (R)
Watch What Vanderpump
15 24 102 Money
Shark Tank
Shark Tank
Shark Tank
Shark Tank
American Greed (R)
78 25 100 Situation
Erin Burnett OutFront
Anderson Cooper 360°
Anderson Cooper 360°
CNN Tonight
CNN Tonight
45 50 190 (6:50) The Office
The Office
The Office
The Office
The Office
The Office
The Office
The Office
Daily Show Opposition
49 31 250 Jessie
BUNK’D (R) BUNK’D (R) Gravity Falls Gravity Falls BUNK’D (R) BUNK’D (R) Stuck in Mid. Stuck in Mid. Bizaard (R) Bizaard (R)
66 27 120 Fast Loud
Fast N’ Loud (R)
Fast N’ Loud: Revved Up
Fast N’ Loud
Misfit Garage
Fast N’ Loud (R)
24 51 196 Kardashian E! News
The Other Guys (2010): Mismatched NY cops. Will Ferrell. aaa
The Other Guys (2010) Will Ferrell. aaa
28 36 70 Sports
MLB Baseball: Minnesota Twins at New York Yankees. Live.
SportsCenter
SportsCenter
29 35 74 Interruption NFL Live
Special
Special
Special
Special
Sports Special
43 106 117 Making
Lou Dobbs Tonight
Kennedy
Inheritance Inheritance Lou Dobbs Tonight (R)
Lou Dobbs Tonight (R)
44 26 118 Special Report The Story
Tucker Carlson Tonight
Hannity
The Ingraham Angle
News @ Night
50 66 164 (6:00) Kids
Kids Baking (R)
Spring Baking (R)
Spring Baking
Cake Masters (R)
Cakes
Cakes (R)
38 49 199 (6:00) Ratatouille (2007): A culinary rat. Patton Oswalt.
Grown Ups (2010): Old teammates gather for a reunion. PG-13 aac
The 700 Club
400 69 83 NASCAR
UFC Fight Night: Barboza vs Lee: from Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, N.J..
UFC Unleashed
MLB Whip Around
10 40 53 Spectre (2015): Behind SPECTRE. aaa
Sicario (2015): FBI agent recruited for drug task force. Emily Blunt.
Sicario (2015): Drug task force. R aaac
191 240 Full House
Full House
Full House
Full House
Full House
Full House
Full House
The Middle The Middle Golden
Golden
64 30 165 Love It (R)
Love It or List It (R)
Hunters (R) Hunters (R) Flipping Virgins
Hunters
Hunters
Hunters (R) Hunters (R)
40 47 128 Am. Picker
American Pickers (R)
American Pickers (R)
American Pickers
Pawn Stars Pumped Up (11:03) Forged in Fire (R)
23 171 123 Grave (R)
Grave Mysteries (R)
Vanity Fair Confidential
Evil Talks: Chilling
Dead of Night
Vanity Fair (R)
62 45 140 First 48
The First 48
The First 48
UnREAL
UnREAL: Rachel’s future.
(11:02) The First 48
33 33 3 Hawaii
M*A*S*H
M*A*S*H
Andy
Andy
Pyle
WKRP
Hogan
Hogan
Burnett
P. Mason
27 71 78 Beginnings Beginnings Beginnings 30 for 30: Big Shot
30 for 30
Game 365
Beginnings Beginnings
48 72 80 Unleashed
UFC Reloaded: UFC 208: Holm vs de Randamie
Fight Sports
Fight Sports
14 23 103 Ari Melber
Hardball with Chris
All in with Chris Hayes
Rachel Maddow
Lawrence O’Donnell
The 11th Hour
20 53 210 Teen Mom
Teen Mom: Young (R)
Teen Mom (R)
Teen Mom
Teen Mom: Young
(11:02) Jersey Shore (R)
65 162 121 New Orlean One Strange Rock (R)
One Strange Rock (R)
One Strange Rock (R)
One Strange Rock
One Strange Rock (R)
6 33 252 Loud House Loud House Loud House Full House
Full House
Full House
Full House
Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
173 180 145 Dateline (R) Dateline on OWN (R)
Dateline on OWN (R)
Dateline on OWN (R)
Dateline on OWN
Dateline on OWN (R)
36 41 54 Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
Friends
It Was Him Ed Edwards
Cops
Cops (R)
Cops (R)
Cops (R)
26 60 77 Mike Piazza
Amazin’
Mets Classics: R.A. Dickey’s 20th Win: Pittsburgh Pirates at New York Mets.
Sports
Sports
17 67 180 Gods of Egypt (2016): Unlikely alliance.
National Treasure: Book of Secrets (2007): Diary’s lost pages. aaa
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans (2009)
8 39 52 Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Family Guy Dad
Space
Conan
82 97 230 Out of the Fog (1941) Ida Lupino. NR aac The Horse Soldiers (1959): A Civil War mission. aac
(10:15) Arizona (1940): Battling the odds. Jean Arthur.
52 28 139 Say Yes (R) Say Yes to the Dress (R)
Little People (R)
Little People (R)
Little People (R)
Little People (R)
3 37 51 (5:00) Live Free or Die Hard (2007) aaa
2018 NBA Playoffs: Houston Rockets at Minnesota Timberwolves.
NBA Playoffs
85 34 241 M*A*S*H
M*A*S*H
M*A*S*H
Loves Ray.
Loves Ray.
Loves Ray.
Loves Ray.
Mom
Mom
Queens
Queens
16 38 50 Family
Family
Family
WWE Monday Night Raw: from Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Live.
(11:05) American Ninja
19 52 217 Love & Hip
Love & Hip Hop (R)
Love & Hip Hop Atlanta
Teyana
Stevie
Love & Hip Hop (R)
Teyana (R)
Stevie (R)
59 42 149 Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
Criminal Minds
53 70 76 Yankee Pre MLB Baseball: Minnesota Twins at New York Yankees. Live.
Yankees Postgame Live.
MLB Baseball Replay.
595
395 (5:40) Fences (2016): Missed chance.
Rings (2017): Woman discovers. aa
(9:45) The Accused (1988): A case of rape. R aaa
Brothers R
511 301 400 Apocalypse John Oliver Tonight
Paterno (2018): Struggling coach.
(9:45) Westworld (R)
Problem (R) Barry (R)
531 371 420 (6:15) Psycho (1998): Motel madness. R
Taken (2009): Teen kidnapped. aaa
(9:35) Inherent Vice (2014): Private eye helps ex find missing lover.
551 321 365 Queen of the Desert
The Circus
Homeland (R)
Billions (R)
Homeland (R)
Billions (R)
WJLP
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Lucifer (Tom Ellis, photo)
tries distracting Chloe
from anything related to
Pierce while they
investigate a murder.
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Red-hot rookie Miguel Andujar, 23,
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win over the Jays at the Stadium
as super prospect Gleyber Torres,
21, (below) made his debut.
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