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TRUMP ADMITS:
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Contradicting his
earlier denials, President Trump said that
porn star Stormy Daniels was paid off by his
lawyer Michael Cohen,
and that no campaign
funds were used. Rudy
Giuliani said Trump
used his own money.
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Gov. Cuomo hammered Democratic rival Cynthia Nixon on Thursday for not
releasing her tax returns, which she had
promised to do “this week.”
Sensing an attack line that could resonate with voters, the governor pointed
out that he and other candidates for the
state’s top office have made it a tradition
of disclosing their taxes every April.
“When you run for office you release
your taxes. Why? Because you want to
start with transparency so people understand who you are, where these connec-
tions you have are, et cetera,” Cuomo said
during a stop in Rochester.
“And this is with Democrats and Republicans. George Pataki ran for governor and released 14 years of taxes. I think
I released 10 years of taxes. Eliot Spitzer
ran, he released 10 years of taxes. So this
is basic transparency.”
Cuomo said people will think “you
have something to hide” by not doing so.
Nixon (right) responded by again
pledging to follow the tradition.
“I have said a number of times, I will be
releasing my tax returns this week,”
she said.
Earlier, she said she had filed for an
extension because her returns are
“complicated” and filed in nine states.
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Kirstan Conley and Reuven Fenton
Anti-charter Blas lets
empty space go begging
By CARL CAMPANILE
The number of requests for charterschool space approved by the city has
plummeted 60 percent under Mayor
de Blasio, despite unused classrooms
in nearly 200 public-school buildings,
according to a new study.
During the last five years of the
pro-charter Bloomberg administration, the city Department of Education approved 150 charter requests to
co-locate in public schools — an average of 30 per year.
But only 59 charter co-locations have
been approved during the de Blasio
administration, or 12 per year, the Manhattan Institute reported.
Its study argued that there’s no excuse for the sharp decline, since it
found plenty of unused space in
DOE facilities. Those included:
 192 school buildings that had
more than 300 empty classroom
seats — the city-defined threshold
for siting a school — in the 20162017 school year.
Of those buildings, 72 had more
than 500 empty classroom seats.

Even when excluding highschool buildings and facilities already
housing four or more schools, 81
Finding a seat
Number of charter-school
applications to share space in
public schools approved in the
Bloomberg administration’s
final five years: 150
Number of charter-school
applications to share space
in public schools approved in
the de Blasio administration’s
first five years: 59
Average per year: 30
Average per year: 12
Space available in the 2016-17 school year:
192 school buildings have more than 300 empty classroom
seats.
72 have more than 500 empty seats.
Number of charters in NYC: 227, serving 114,000 students
Number of students on waiting lists: 47,800
Source: Manhattan Institute
buildings have had at least 300 empty
seats for the past three years.

In districts where new charters
plan to open in the next few years,
there are 60 buildings with at least
300 empty seats and 26 buildings
with at least 500 empty seats.
“One reason the Bloomberg ad-
ministration was able to find room
for charters in public-school buildings is that it closed more than 150
low-performing
schools.
The
de Blasio administration has been
more hesitant to close struggling
schools,” the study noted.
Currently, there are 227 charter
schools in the city serving 114,000
students, accounting for 10 percent
of the entire system. There are
47,800 kids on charter waiting lists.
The study analyzed data in the
DOE’s “Enrollment, Capacity & Utilization Report” over the past three
years and found that in Brooklyn’s
District 16 covering BedfordStuyvesant, nearly half the classroom space is idle, while more than
a quarter of space is unused in District 23 covering Ocean Hill/
Brownsville/East New York.
In 2014, Gov. Cuomo required the
city either to offer charter schools
free space in public buildings or pay
their rent for private space. The city
spent more than $51.9 million this
year to help pay for that space, a figure that will jump to $62 million next
year, the report said.
The study recommends that charter schools be included in the DOE
facilities planning and funding.
In response, the DOE said it had
other plans for the empty space or
needed it to accommodate growing
student populations.
Editorial / Page 26
PBA can’t block release of bodycam vids: judge
A Manhattan judge tossed
out the police union’s effort
to block the release of videos
from cops’ body cameras —
ruling Thursday that state
law doesn’t allow third parties to challenge the matter.
“It does not exist in the law,”
said Manhattan Supreme
Court Justice Shlomo Hagler,
referring to the controversial
50-A section of the state’s
Civil Rights Law, which prohibits the disclosure of offic-
ers’ personnel records to prevent harassment.
“I do respectfully request
that the Legislature in its infinite wisdom go back and
review,” Hagler said.
The Patrolmen’s Benevo-
lent Association sued Mayor
de Blasio and Commissioner
James O’Neill in January,
claiming they were breaking
the law by selectively releasing the footage and trading
cops’safety for political gain.
The city disagreed, saying
that while the original uncut
footage is part of an officer’s
record, redacted copies released to the public are not.
The PBA is appealing the
ruling.
Julia Marsh
John Roca
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
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By MAX JAEGER
Still, Konnikova insists she
won’t be trading her writing career for one in poker.
She’s all in!
“I’m not abandoning writing. I
Journalist Maria Konnikova
picked up the game of poker a really want to give it my all, but
year ago while researching a book this is for the book ultimately,” she
— and she’s on such a hot winning said, adding:
“There’s definitely one version
streak that she’s put the writing
on ice and is doubling down on of the future where I still write
and play poker professionally.
professional cards.
“I should have had a first draft Why in the world wouldn’t I do
in long, long ago,” The New both?”
Konnikova’s meteoric rise didn’t
Yorker scribe laughed in a phone
interview with The Post from come in a vacuum — she had
Monte Carlo, where she’s compet- mentorship from poker powerhouses Erik Seidel, Jaing in a PokerStars
son Koon and Isaac
tournament.
Haxton.
“I could never have
But Konnikova, who
predicted that I would
has a Ph.D. in psycholever be where I am
ogy from Columbia,
now. I started this
also drew on her own
project with absoexperience
writing
lutely
zero
backbooks about masterground in it.”
ing Sherlock HolmesKonnikova
began
style observation and
learning the game in
the psychology of con
late 2016 while reartists.
searching her planned
KONNIKOVA
“That’s one of my
book, “The Biggest
Uses psychology.
biggest edges,” she
Bluff,” but she hit
some unexpected windfalls and said of her observational prowess
confidence-engendering
decided to let it ride, eventually and
turning $5,000 from her book ad- skills.
“The best poker players have to
vance into a tidy, $200,000 bankchannel a little bit of con artist.”
roll in a year’s time.
Now that she’s making a name
She was gearing up to finish the
writing project when she scooped for herself in cards, though, the
up $84,600 at the PokerStars Ca- competition is catching on — one
ribbean Adventure in January, a player recently told her “I’m not
win that meant a free pass into the supposed to talk to you because
PokerStars No-Limit Hold’em you’re a psychologist.”
“The Biggest Bluff” is set for a
Championship next year. She delayed the book so she could keep “summer/fall 2019” release, she
said.
“in shape” for the tourney.
mjaeger@nypost.com
Schoolkids
‘bear’ down
A Florida school went into
lockdown Thursday when a
mama bear and her three
cubs wandered onto campus.
River Springs Middle
School officials first reported seeing the bears at
around 8 a.m. near some
portable classrooms.
Volusia County Sheriff’s
deputies and officers from
the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission swarmed the Orange
City school as students were
kept inside classrooms.
Officials said the ursine
family wandered away after
foraging for food for almost
two hours, during the time
of year when bears are most
active.
AP
Early tracking projections
on Thursday put “Solo: A
Star Wars Story” in the $165
million to $170 million range
for its four-day opening over
Memorial Day weekend.
The current Memorial
Day weekend record-holder
is “Pirates of the Caribbean:
At World’s End,” which debuted in 2007 with $139.8
million.
Variety
ZapatA/MEGA
Ready to go ‘$olo’
Talk about mixing business and pleasure: Priyanka Chopra cuts a fine figure in a peek-a-boo suit after taping
“Late Night with Seth Meyers” in Mid-
town on Wednesday. Chopra, 35, was
in town to dish on Season 3 of her hit
show, “Quantico.” She’s also starring
in the June flick “A Kid Like Jake.”
nypost.com
New York City schools offer instruction in numerous
languages and on Thursday
— in what officials said was
a first in the US — Albanian
was added to the list.
There are 60,000 residents of Albanian heritage
living in New York state,
more than any other state,
according to a 2015 Harvard
Center for International
Development study.
More than half reside in
New York City, with the largest enclaves located in the
Bronx neighborhoods of Pelham Parkway, Morris Park,
Bedford Park and Belmont.
PS 105 in Morris Park will
be home to the first dual Albanian-English instructional
program. Bronx Councilman Mark Gjonaj, a second
generation Albanian, said
he’s proud to have worked
on getting the new program.
The DOE will also open
new programs teaching Arabic, Bengali, Chinese,
French, Italian, Korean, Polish, Russian, Spanish and
Urdu.
Carl Campanile
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
POKER
WRITER
IS
FLUSH
Wins big, so book waits
Ç’kemi,
Albanian!
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Oops! Peacock
and bull story
In a stunning journalistic blunder, NBC News on Thursday
wrongly reported that the feds
were eavesdropping on President Trump’s personal lawyer
and had even intercepted at least
one call with the White House.
Hours after the initial report,
MSNBC corrected it, saying
that the feds had only “monitored” — but did not wiretap —
lawyer Michael Cohen’s phones.
NBC based its erroneous account on information it said
came from “two people with
knowledge of the legal proceedings involving Cohen.”
“But three senior U.S. officials
now dispute that, saying that the
monitoring of Cohen’s phones
was limited to a log of calls,
known as a pen register, not a
wiretap where investigators can
actually listen to calls,” according to a three-paragraph, italicized correction posted atop the
online report.
“NBC News has changed the
headline and revised parts of the
original article.”
The
humiliating
mistake
marked the latest black eye for
the Peacock Network, which last
year fired “Today” star Matt
Lauer over “inappropriate sexual
behavior in the workplace” and is
currently reeling over similar allegations against legendary “NBC
Nightly News” ex-anchor Tom
Brokaw, which he has denied.
Prior to correcting Thursday’s
story, lead reporter Tom Winter
tweeted that Rudy Giuliani, a
member of the president’s legal
Ex-mayor & Comey
in war of their own
Rudy Giuliani and ex-FBI chief
James Comey took turns bashing
each other Thursday after the exmayor accused the feds of behaving
like “storm troopers” in raids on
Michael Cohen’s office and home.
Comey, who served as the US attorney in Manhattan from 2002 to
2003, blasted Giuliani for likening
federal agents to “Nazis.”
“I know the New York FBI. There
are no ‘storm troopers’ there; just a
group of people devoted to the rule
of law and the truth,” Comey wrote
on Twitter. “Our country would
be better off if our leaders tried
to be like them, rather than compar-
ing them to Nazis.”
Giuliani, on President Trump’s
legal team in Robert Mueller’s
Russia
investigation,
called
Comey a “sensitive little baby.”
“He should be sensitive because
he’s been caught lying over and
over again,” Giuliani told The
Washington Post.
Giuliani made the “storm troopers” comment Wednesday in an interview with Fox’s Sean Hannity.
FBI agents raided Cohen, a longtime lawyer and Trump confidant,
on April 9 in search of information
about the payoff to porn actress
Stormy Daniels.
Mark Moore
‘Lance’lot Giuliani defends Ivanka
Robert Mueller had better not go after First Daughter Ivanka
Trump in the Russia probe, Rudy Giuliani warned.
“I would get on my charger and go ride into their offices with a
lance if they go after Ivanka,” he told Fox News’ Sean Hannity .
Giuliani was reacting to a Politico report about Mueller having yet
to interview Ivanka. The report suggested that the president would
“go nuclear” if Mueller brought Ivanka in for questioning.
As for her husband, Jared Kushner . . . well, tough luck, Jared.
“Jared is a fine man, you know that. But men are, you know, disposable,” Giuliani said with a laugh.
Mark Moore
DON’S
team, “warned Trump not to talk
on the phone with Michael Cohen.”
“For good reason: Federal investigators were running a wiretap,” Winter added.
Giuliani blasted the NBC report in the hours before it was
corrected.
“Us lawyers have talked
about it, we don’t believe it’s
true,” he told The Daily Beast.
“We think it’s going to turn out
to be untrue because it would be
totally illegal.”
The former New York City
mayor was also described as “furious” when he read the NBC report, according to a series of
tweets by a Washington Post reporter.
“If they picked up the president [on wiretap], they would
have had to notify him,” Giuliani
said.
He also said wiretapping Cohen “would make a mockery” of
attorney-client privilege.
Bruce Golding
US eyes GI
cut in SoKo
President Trump reportedly has ordered the US
military to prepare options
for drawing down troops in
South Korea in advance of a
much-anticipated meeting
with North Korean leader
Kim Jong-un.
The reduction is being
considered due to the possibility of a peace treaty,
between the countries
making the current troops
level unnecessary, The
New York Times reported.
In the past, Trump has
questioned the need to keep
more than 28,000 US troops
stationed in South Korea.
The consideration of a
troop drawdown comes after a year of tense relations
with the North, which have
thawed as Kim has made a
series of unexpected peace
overtures.
Kim has said he will halt
all weapons tests amid a dialogue on a path to peace
and the possibility of denuclearization. Joe Tacopino
AFP/Getty Images
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
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President Trump — hours after tweeting about his hush
money payoff to a porn star —
led a ceremony Thursday at the
White House celebrating the
annual National Day of Prayer.
The
commander-in-chief
hailed his efforts to protect religious freedom and signed an executive order to create “a White
House Faith and Opportunity
Initiative” that would focus on
helping faith-based and community organizations address
poverty and issues of religious
freedom.
“I will always protect religious
liberty. We have been doing it.
We have been doing it,” the
president said in the Rose Garden. “And my administration
has spoken out against religious
persecution around the world,
including the persecution of
many, many Christians.
“What is going on is horrible,
and we’re taking action. We are
taking action.”
The president also took a shot
at his predecessor, Barack
Obama, and claimed that more
people are saying “Merry
Christmas” since he took office.
“One nation under God. So
important. And we say it. A lot
of people, you know, they don’t
say it. But you know what?
They’re starting to say it more,
just like we’re starting to say,
‘Merry Christmas’ when that
day comes around,” he said.
“You notice a big difference
between now and two or three
years ago?” Trump added. “It
was going in the other direction
rapidly. Now it’s straight up.”
First Lady Melania Trump was
notably absent for the event.
Bob Fredericks
By BOB FREDERICKS
LORDY: President Trump walks
Thursday to a Rose Garden event for
the annual National Day of Prayer.
President Trump on Thursday
admitted for the first time that
he knew about the $130,000 in
hush money paid to porn vixen
Stormy Daniels — contradicting
his previous denial that he knew
anything about the payoff.
at“Mr. [Michael] Cohen, an at­
torney, received a monthly rere­
tainer, not from the campaign
and having nothing to do with
the campaign, from which he
entered into, through reimbursement, a private contract
between two parties, known as a
non-disclosure agreement, or
NDA,” the president tweeted in
lawyerly prose devoid of his
usual capital letters and multiple exclamation points.
He was responding to the
stunning admission his new
lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, made on
Sean Hannity’s Fox News Channel show the night before, acknowledging that Trump had reimbursed Cohen, his longtime
lawyer and fixer, for the payment.
Giuliani on Thursday dropped
another bombshell in an appearance on “Fox & Friends,” where
he said Daniels was paid to clam
up because the presidential
election was weeks away.
“Imagine if that came out on
October 15, 2016, in the middle
of the, you know, last debate
with Hillary Clinton,” he said.
For months, Trump and the
White House have denied the
tryst and that the president
knew anything about the payment. Last month, Trump replied, “No,” when asked aboard
Air Force One if he knew about
the $130,000.
White House press secretary
Sarah Huckabee Sanders on
Thursday defended the president’s denial during her daily
press conference.
“As Mayor Giuliani stated, and
I’ll refer you back to his comment, this was information that
the president didn’t know at the
time but eventually learned,”
she said.
In Thursday’s tweets, the
LIE #1: MICHAEL COHEN ON FEB. 13
“In a priv
ate transaction in 2016, I used m y own
“In a private transaction in 2016, I used my own
personal funds to facilitate a pa
yment of $130,000
personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000
to Ms. Stephanie Cliffor
d [Stormy Daniels].
to Ms. Stephanie Clifford [Stormy Daniels].
Neither the Trump Organization nor the T
rump
Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump
campaign was a party to the tr
ansaction with Ms.
campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms.
Clifford, and neither r
eimbursed me for the
Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the
payment, either dir
ectly or indir ectly.”
payment, either directly or indirectly.”
LIE #2: SARAH HUCKABEE SANDERS ON MARCH 7
“I’ve had conversations with the president about “I’ve had c onversations with the pr esident about this . . . This case had been w on already in arbitration, and ther e was no kno wledge of an y payments from the president, and he has denied all payments from the pr esident, and he has denied all these allegations.”
LIE #3: PRESIDENT TRUMP ON APRIL 5
“No,” the president replied when asked if he knew
“No,” the pr
esident replied when ask ed if he knew
about the payment. “You’ll have to ask Michael
about the pa
yment. “You’ll have to ask Michael
Cohen. Michael is my attorney. You’ll have to ask
Cohen. Michael is m
y attorney. You’ll have to ask
Michael.” Asked if he knew wher e the money
came from, Trump replied, “No. I don’t know.”
came from, Trump replied, “No. I don’t kno
w.”
commander-in-chief explained
in detail how the payment was
made.
“These [nondisclosure] agreements are very common among
celebrities and people of
wealth,” Trump’s post said.
“In this case it is in full force
and effect and will be used in
Arbitration for damages against
Ms. Clifford (Daniels). The
agreement was used to stop the
false and extortionist accusations made by her about an
affair despite already having
signed a detailed letter admitting that there was no affair.“
He added, “Prior to its violation by Ms. Clifford and her attorney, this was a private agreement. Money from the campaign, or campaign contributions, played no roll [sic] in this
transaction.”
Sol Wisenberg, a defense attorney who was a deputy independent counsel during the Ken
Starr special-counsel investigation of Bill Clinton, said Giuliani’s comment “obviously increases the president’s exposure
to potential campaign-finance
violations, but it also makes him
look terrible.”
“I don’t understand the Giuliani strategy,” he added. “Maybe
it’s been too long since he’s been
in the criminal-justice field.”
Giuliani’s surprise admission
seemed to leave Hannity — an
avid Trump supporter — momentarily stunned, as he did not
immediately follow up.
“I’m giving you a fact that you
don’t know,” Giuliani said. “It’s
not campaign money. No campaign-finance violation.”
In the nondisclosure deal,
Daniels agreed to clam up about
the alleged 2006 fling. She and
her lawyer, Michael Avenatti —
who told CNN he was “stunned”
and “speechless” over Giuliani’s
remarks — have sued to get out
of the agreement.
Meanwhile, Giuliani said
Thursday there was an even
chance that special counsel Robert Mueller would subpoena
Trump in order to compel him
to testify in the Russia probe.
“I think it’s 50/50,” Giuliani
told ABC News. “But I got to
prepare for that 50 percent.”
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Six
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iverr who killed 2
had many health isskids
ues
•
•
Why
was she
behind
the wheel??
Joshua Lew, 1
Dorothy Bruns (above),
who ran over and
killed two kids Monday,
suffers from MS
and heart problems
On Jan. 20, Bruns’
car was allegedly involved in a fender
bender on Staten Island and left the
scene.
“Despite what the
doctor told her, she
was out driving in
Staten Island,” Esswein
said.
Esswein said Bruns
suffered three seizures
on the day of the doublefatal
fatal crash
crash —
— one
one at
at the
the
time of the collision, one in
the ambulance afterward
and one in the hospital.
The children were crossing the busy Brooklyn intersection of Ninth Street
and Fifth Avenue with their
moms — Tony Award-winning actress Ruthie Ann
Miles, the mother of Abigail, and Lauren Lew, the
mom of Joshua.
Bruns’ lawyer, David Jacobs, said that his client
drives a car for work for
ClearCaptions, a company
that aids the hearing impaired, and that her doctor
gave her a letter “clearing
her for regular activities.”
Jacobs added, “It seems
like the real legal issue
raised by this indictment is
whether or not the defendant — not versed in medicine — understood the risk
that was imposed to drive
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GRIM: Dorothy Bruns on
Thursday before court,
where she was arraigned
for fatally striking two
children with her vehicle.
“She’s the last person
who should be in a car, but
she didn’t listen for whatever selfish reasons,” Esswein said.
“And two families lost
children because of the defendant’s selfishness.”
According to prosecutors, Bruns, who has multiple sclerosis, had a medical
episode while driving on
Staten Island, causing her
to crash into a parked car
on Jan. 8.
She was hospitalized for
two days, during which
time she suffered a seizure.
Bruns was instructed not
to drive for one year due to
her medical condition
upon her discharge and
again during follow-up appointments on Jan. 16 and
Feb. 13, the DA’s office says.
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‘HALL OF GAME’ VIDS
The World Video Game Hall of Fame has named its 2018 class. Inducted this year are:
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“Spacewar!”
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“Tomb Raider”
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“Final Fantasy VII”
They were honored Thursday at The Strong museum in Rochester, where the hall is housed. The inductees were chosen from 12 finalists that included “Ms. PacMan” and ‘‘Asteroids.” The crite­
ria for induction is that the game has to have made a mark on the industry, popular cul­
ture and society in general. AP
Gregory P. Mango
The seizure-prone Staten
Island woman who fatally
mowed down two Park
Slope children in a crosswalk was instructed by a
doctor to not drive — just
weeks before the tragedy,
prosecutors said Thursday.
Dorothy Bruns, 44, was
Suarraigned in Brooklyn Su­
preme Court on a 10-count
indictment on charges that
include manslaughter for
the March 5 crash that
killed Joshua Lew, 1, and
Abigail Blumenstein, 4.
After Justice Danny
Chun set her bail at $75,000
bond or $25,000 cash,
Bruns — wearing supportive walking boots on her
feet — wept and said “no”
when officers went to escort her out.
Bruns, who entered a
not-guilty plea through her
lawyer, faces up to 15 years
in prison if convicted of
the top charge.
Assistant District Attorney Craig Esswein noted
that a neurologist at Richmond University Medical
Center had advised Bruns
“not to drive” in January.
“This tragic accident was
foreseeable, and it was
avoidable had the defendant listened to what her
doctor said,” Esswein said
in court.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH
7, 2018
Andrew Mac
By JENNIFER BAIN
and NATALIE MUSUMECI
An Upper West Side condominium can dump the Trump name
from its façade, a judge ruled on
Thursday.
“The court declines to accept the
defendant’s assertion that the parties are required to continue the
use of the identification ‘Trump’ in
perpetuity,” Manhattan Supreme
Court Justice Eileen Bransten said.
But, she said, President Trump
could still sue the board of 200 Riverside Blvd. — Trump Place — if it
scraps the affiliation without a majority of the residents approving.
“The court is not providing any
declaration that tomorrow plaintiff may remove the Trump name
from the building façade without
fear or threat of being sued,” Bransten ruled.
The building’s attorney, Harry
Lipman, declined to comment.
The Lincoln Square tower’s residents sued Trump’s company DJT
Holdings in January for the right
to drop his name from their 376unit luxury building. Julia Marsh
City plans controversial injection sites for drug addicts
The city plans to open four supervised injection facilities where
drug users can shoot up under
medical supervision — putting
the Big Apple at the forefront of a
controversial practice that has
sparked debate across the country.
The sites are scheduled to open
as one-year pilot programs at current needle-exchange centers in
Brooklyn’s Gowanus section, Midtown West and Washington
Heights in Manhattan, and The
Bronx’s Longwood neighborhood.
The city will need authorization
from the state Health Department,
district attorneys, and the City
Council member in each district.
City officials said they would
also take six to 12 months to hold
discussions with the impacted
communities.
There are currently no such
sites in the country.
There were 1,374 overdose
deaths in the city in 2016, up from
937 in 2015. Preliminary data show
1,441 overdose deaths in 2017.
A Health Department study released Thursday said the pilot
program could save as many as
130 lives annually.
Yoav Gonen
Fifth GOPer bows out
A fifth Republican has announced that he won’t seek reelection to the New York Senate.
Sen. Bill Larkin, 90, made his announcement Thursday in Newburgh. The World War II veteran
has represented the Hudson Valley
for nearly 40 years, first in the state
Assembly, then the Senate.
AP
Two months after directing $2 million in state funds
to a charitable group, Sheldon Silver pressed the head
of that organization to give
a job to the son of a doctor
who was enriching the
then-Assembly
speaker
through medical referrals, a
witness testified Thursday.
David Mandel, the head of
OHEL Children’s Home and
Family Services, told a
Manhattan federal jury
Thursday that Silver, 74,
reached out to him twice
seeking a job for Dr. Robert
Taub’s son, who was hired
in volunteer outreach for a
$30,000-plus salary.
Silver first reached out in
May 2012, two months after
the powerful pol directed
$2 million in taxpayer
money to OHEL for a summer camp, Mandel said. After Silver tried again a
month later, Mandel told
his staff to find a position
for Taub’s son, Jonathan,
e-mails showed. Silver is on
retrial in Manhattan federal
court on kickback charges.
Kaja Whitehouse
Sad end for
B’klyn bull
A bull that drew national
attention for roaming the
streets of Brooklyn last fall
after escaping from a local
slaughterhouse died shortly
after it was taken to a New
Jersey farm.
The
1-year-old
bull,
named Shankar, died of a
respiratory disease a few
weeks after arriving at Skylands Animal Sanctuary &
Rescue in Wantage, said the
center’s owner, Mike Stura.
Shankar made headlines
last October when he ran
loose for several hours before being caught by police
in Prospect Park.
AP
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Silver’s
‘job push’
for pal
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Photos: Matthew McDermott
SHELDON SILVER
Outside court Thursday.
7
By KEVIN SHEEHAN,
DANIELLE FURFARO & RUTH BROWN
They paid for RoboCop — but got
C-Creepy-O.
The Port Authority is paying thousands of dollars every month renting
a security robot to patrol La Guardia
Airport — but the bot is creeping out
women while the crooks look on and
laugh.
“It’s upsetting to have that thing
creep up on you,” said one female security guard at the airport, adding
that she had just fended it off with a
luggage cart.
“It’s a pain in the ass. It keeps both‘WHAT THE FREAK IS THAT?’ Kris Cabagering people.”
The airport deployed the R2-D2- not reacts as the Knightscope K5 security bot
esque Knightscope K5 three months leers at her at La Guardia Airport Thursday.
ago to roll around outside Terminal B, re- irked when the machine rolled up and
cording everything with its four cameras, ogled them Thursday.
“It was coming right up to me and at
microphones and sensors.
The airport wouldn’t say how much it’s first I was like, ‘What the freak is
paying for the blue-and-white machines, that?’ ” said Kris Cabagnot, 31, after
but Knightscope says it typically rents out the robot sat 10 inches away from her
the droids for between $6,500 and $8,300 a knee for a minute.
Strangely, when people get close to
month.
Human guards at the airport say it’s sup- the K5, it says, “You are in my perposed to thwart the scammers and illegal sonal space,” according to workers.
But some people are ready to bow
cabdrivers who plague the parking lot —
down to their new robot overlord.
but is more WALL-E than T-1000.
“It’s fun. I like how it moves and
“They just laugh at it. They walk around
the bot and take people into their cars. It’s a the color. It’s fun the play with,” said
waste of money,” said one high-level secu- 6-year-old Justice McNair after flying
in from North Carolina.
rity specialist at the airport.
The terminal’s operator said it was
“They could have renovated three of our
bathrooms for the same money. We could just testing the technology in an effort “to create a new, state-of-art
have gotten some working sinks.”
Terminal B.”
Even the hustlers agree.
“The concept is in the testing
“I didn’t even notice it. I thought it was
sales,” said an illicit cabdriver named phase right now, patrolling the arrivals level,” said a La Guardia GateMohammad.
But the Dalek-style droid does appear to way Partners spokesman.
“Capabilities include video surveilspend its day sniffing around workers and
lance, the ability to broadcast recorded and
travelers.
The aforementioned female guard live messages in the event of an incident,
blamed male colleagues for hijacking the and the ability to ensure it avoids people
and objects in its path.”
bot to “get a better look” at her.
Several female passengers said they were
rbrown@nypost.com
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PERVNADO
ROSE WOES
ROSE
WOES GET
GET
Cosby’s wife:
Probe the DA
By EMILY SAUL
The wife of Bill Cosby broke her silence on Thursday, calling for a probe
into the “corrupt” office of the prosecutor who finally brought down “America’s Dad.”
“I am publicly asking for a criminal
investigation of that district attorney
and his cohorts,” Camille Cosby, the comedian’s wife of 54 years, wrote in a
blistering statement.
“This is a homogeneous group of exploitative and corrupt people, whose
primary purpose is to advance themselves professionally and economically
at the expense of Mr. Cosby’s life. If
they can do this to Mr. Cosby, they can
do so to anyone.”
It was Camille Cosby’s first public
statement since her 80-year-old husband was convicted a week ago on
three charges of aggravated indecent
assault following a three-week retrial in
suburban Philadelphia.
The charges had been filed more than
a decade after Andrea Constand, a former Temple University basketball administrator, accused the “Cosby Show”
star of drugging and sexually assaulting
her in January 2004.
Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele, who prosecuted the
case, campaigned for office on a promise that he would try Cosby after his
predecessor had declined to do so.
“In the case of Bill Cosby, unproven
accusations evolved into lynch mobs,
who publicly and privately coerced
cancellations of Bill Cosby’s scheduled
performances; syndications of ‘The
Cosby Show’; rescissions of honorary
degrees and a vindictive attempt to
close an exhibition of our collection of
African American art in the Smithsonian Museum of African Art,” Camille
Cosby, 74, wrote.
Camille’s statement also took aim at
the media, which she blamed for “frenzied, relentless demonization of [Bill
Cosby] and unquestioning acceptance
of accusers’ allegations.”
The protest echoed statements made
by her husband’s spokesman, Andrew
Wyatt, last week. Both compared the
verdict to the fate of Emmett Till.
Till, a 14-year-old African-American,
was lynched in Mississippi in 1955 after
a white woman accused him of flirting
with her.
No sentencing date has been set for
Cosby, who remains under electronic
monitoring in his Elkins Park, Pa.,
home. He faces up to 10 years behind
bars on each count.
LECH-OMETER
Five celebrities account for
210 total sexual harrassment
and sexual abuse accusers.
90
Harvey Weinstein: 88
80
70
60
Bill
Cosby:
60
40
esaul@nypost.com
Oscars boot Cos, Polanski
In a bid to polish its sex-scandal-tarnished gold plating, the board of the
group behind the Oscars has given convicted pervs Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski the boot.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences voted to expel the pair “in
accordance with the organization’s Standards of Conduct,” it said in a statement.
“The board continues to encourage
ethical standards that require members
to uphold the academy’s values of respect for human dignity,” the group announced Thursday.
The move comes a week after Cosby
50
was found guilty of drugging and sexually assaulting a woman — and 39 years
after Polanski pleaded guilty to raping
a 13-year-old girl during a photo shoot.
Polanski — who has long argued that
the sex was consensual — fled the country in 1978 before he could be sentenced
and has since won several Oscars.
Calls for their ouster have been growing since the academy rushed to kick
out producer Harvey Weinstein in October, as women began coming forward
with rape and assault accusations.
Kirstan Conley and Ruth Brown
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Editorial / Page 26
30
20
Kevin
Spacey:
15
Matt
Lauer:
12
10
Charlie
Rose:
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27 more women accuse
TV journo of misconduct
By LIA EUSTACHEWICH
Twenty-seven more women have
accused Charlie Rose of sexual harassment, a report said Thursday,
adding that CBS was alerted to his
alleged behavior as far back as 1986
and as recently as April 2017.
The 76-year-old journalist and
talk-show host was fired from CBS
and PBS in November in light of
sexual-misconduct
allegations
from eight women.
But an additional 27 women have
now come forward — 14 CBS News
employees and 13 others who
worked with Rose elsewhere, according to The Washington Post,
which conducted five months of interviews and spoke with more than
100 of his former colleagues.
On Thursday, “CBS This Morning” host Gayle King addressed the
scandal that has engulfed her
“friend” and former co-host on the
show.
“I have a very bad case of deja vu,
I have to say. I feel sick to my stomach,” King said. “When the story
first broke, I said Charlie was my
friend, and I still consider him my
friend. I don’t believe in abandoning
friends when they’re down. That
said, this is very troubling, very disturbing. But you can’t discount
what these woman are saying.”
Still, King said she was tired of all
the scrutiny of the newsman.
“I don’t know what more we can
do to Charlie Rose except a public
flogging. He’s gone. He’s not coming
back to CBS News,” she said. “I’m
sick of handling it. I want us to
move forward. [But] you can’t ignore what these women are saying.
That’s also part of my anguish here.”
The new allegations date back to
1976, when, according to Joana Matthias, a former research assistant,
Rose exposed himself to her and
groped her breasts while working
at NBC News’ Washington bureau.
“This other personality would
come through, and the groping
would happen,” Matthias, now 63,
told the newspaper.
An NBC News spokeswoman declined to comment, according to
The Washington Post.
Ten years later, then-22-year-old
CBS news clerk Annmarie Parr reported to her boss inappropriate
comments Rose made to her.
“Annmarie, do you like sex? Do
you enjoy it? How often do you like
to have sex?” Rose allegedly asked
Parr in 1986 when filling in as an
anchor on “CBS Morning News.”
Parr told her boss, a senior producer whom she declined to name,
that she didn’t want to be alone
with Rose.
He laughed off Rose’s comments,
telling her, “Fine, you don’t have to
be alone with him anymore,” Parr
recalled.
Another woman, Beth HomanRoss, alleged that Rose frequently
made sexual comments about her
breasts and buttocks.
As an assistant producer, she was
required to visit his home to work.
Sometimes, she said, he would
open the door naked, holding a
towel, and more than once he invited her into his bathroom while
he showered.
“It was a sexual land mine everywhere you stepped,” said HomanRoss, now 61.
Rose allegedly groped Sophie
Gayter’s backside as they strolled
down a hallway to a recording studio in 2013.
Gayter, who worked with Rose at
“60 Minutes,” and other women
said they feared reporting his behavior to higher-ups, believing
male employees’ careers were prioritized over women’s.
“I had been there long enough to
know that it was just the way things
went,” Gayter recalled. “People
said what they wanted to you, people did what they wanted to you.”
Managers at CBS were alerted
two other times to Rose’s alleged
creepy behavior — in late 2011 and
early 2017, The Washington Post
found.
A “CBS This Morning” employee
reported to her boss, Chris Licht,
that Rose forcibly kissed her at a
holiday party in Manhattan in 2011
but begged Licht not to tell human
resources, according to the report.
Licht, who was an executive producer on the show before he was
promoted, confirmed to the newspaper that he was told about the incident and said that he abided by
the woman’s wishes. He said he
spoke with Rose about it.
Meanwhile, last year, Rose allegedly began targeting Brooks Harris,
then 24, when she was briefly assigned to work in the studio for
“CBS This Morning.”
Harris said a drunken Rose invited her up to his apartment after
a staff gathering last July, insisting
they watch footage of his “60 Minutes” interviews of former US presidents.
Uncomfortable, Harris — who by
then had landed a job on the “Charlie Rose” show — said she made excuses and bolted.
Four months later, she and others
lost their jobs when PBS yanked
Rose’s interview show, “Charlie
Rose,” off the air as the original harassment allegations came to light.
The ousted TV personality is part
of a lengthy roster of public figures
who have been accused of sexual
harassment, sexual abuse and even
rape by a slew of women.
Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein
tops that list with 88 accusers — including actresses Ashley Judd,
Rose McGowan and Salma Hayek.
Bill Cosby has faced allegations
for decades. The 80-year-old comedian was found guilty last month of
a 2004 sexual assault.
Fifteen men have come forward
alleging they were groped by actor
Kevin Spacey, who was subsequently canned from the “House of
Cards” series.
And at least 12 women said they
were sexually harassed by Matt
Lauer, claiming the former “Today”
host exposed his penis and had sex
with some of them in his office, according to The Washington Post.
Rose, who apologized last year
for his “inappropriate behavior,”
denied the fresh wave of allegations.
“Your story is unfair and inaccurate,” he said in an e-mail to The
Washington Post.
nypost.com
BAD-NEWS
CHARLIE: With
a slew of claims
emerging on
Thursday,
veteran
newsman
Charlie Rose
now faces
accusations
by 35 women
of sexual
misconduct
dating as far
back as 1976.
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10
Ariz. hikes
teach pay
in 11th hr.
Arizona lawmakers pulled
an all-nighter to enact a
budget Thursday that provides big raises for many of
the state’s striking teachers,
and Gov. Doug Ducey
signed the educator-funding part while the House
continued debating the rest
of the state’s $10.4 billion
budget plan.
The Senate passed the
teacher-raise
legislation
just before dawn. The GOP
governor immediately OK’d
the funding that will give
teachers a 9 percent raise in
the fall and 5 percent in
each of the coming two
years. The raises will cost
about $300 million in the
coming year alone.
Striking teachers had held
watch at the state Capitol
all night, packing the House
and Senate galleries and
holding a candlelight vigil
on the legislative courtyard.
Classes in many large districts were still canceled
Thursday, a sixth straight
day, as lawmakers worked
through the night.
AP
He dung ’em wrong
School sup’t is HS-field pooper: cops
By CHRIS PEREZ
A New Jersey school superintendent was arrested
this week for allegedly
defecating on a football
field and running track —
and now cops are looking
into whether he’s a serial
pooper.
“That’s part of our investigation,” said Sgt. Theodore Sigismondi, of the Holmdel Police Department.
Thomas Tramaglini, of
Aberdeen, was busted a
around 5:50 a.m. Monday
while jogging at Holmdel
HS, Sigismondi said.
Officers were on campus
conducting surveillance
near and around the football field after receiving
reports about someone relieving themselves on the
campus “on a daily basis.
Sigismondi said,
“The Holmdel School
Resource Officer was
FLUSHED: Thomas
Tramaglini faces Holmdel HS (r) crap rap.
alerted by Holmdel High
School staff and coaches
that they were finding human feces on or near the
area of the high school
track/football field,” cops
said in a statement.
The school resource officer, “along with school
staff, monitored the area
and was able to identify a
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subject responsible for the
acts,” the police said.
That suspect was Kenilworth Public Schools Superintendent Tramaglini,
42, a longtime educator
with a Ph.D. from Rutgers
who also serves as a parttime lecturer for its Graduate School of Education,
according to NJ.com
The Kenilworth Schools
let Tramaglini’s take a paid
leave from his $147,504-ayear job.
“Earlier
today,
we
learned of municipal court
charges facing our current
superintendent
of
schools,” the district said
in a statement. “Given the
nature of those charges, he
asked for and was granted
a paid leave of absence.”
Tramaglini was charged
with lewdness, littering
and defecating in public.
He had been scheduled
to appear in court on
Monday morning, but Sigismondi said that his appearance was moved to a
later date.
No one was at Tramaglini’s home when The
Post knocked on his door
Thursday.
He could not be reached
by phone, either.
cperez@nypost.com
Salvo vs.
campus
Jew haters
South Carolina has become the first state to pass
legislation to fight antiSemitism on campus, after
supporters of the measure
said it would help colleges
battle discrimination amid
growing numbers of such
incidents nationwide.
The bill passed the South
Carolina House, 86-4, on
Wednesday.
Its sponsor, Republican
state Rep. Alan Clemmons,
said its passage showed the
state was “leading the fight
against anti-Semitism.”
Opponents of the measure said they thought it
went too far into censoring
critics of Israel’s government.
Gov. Henry McMaster
was expected to sign the
measure into law when it
reaches his desk, a spokesman said.
The number of anti-Semitic incidents in the
United States surged by 57
percent last year, the AntiDefamation League said in
February.
Reuters
Miracle tot
lives after
4-story fall
11
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A 3-year-old girl survived with
just minor injuries after falling
four to five stories from a window
in a Stamford, Conn., apartment
building.
The child fell into a freshly
spread mulch early Tuesday afternoon, police said, and was moving
and crying when found.
She was taken to the hospital
with non-life-threatening injuries,
police said.
Sgt. Brian Butler said the girl
was being watched by her sightimpaired grandmother and an
aunt when she opened a window
and fell next to the parking lot.
Even though the apartment was
on the second floor, the fall to the
parking-lot level was four to five
stories, Butler said.
The state Department of Children and Families was reportedly
notified.
AP
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House rev. ‘unquits’
The House chaplain who quit under pressure from Speaker Paul
Ryan said Thursday that he is
rescinding his resignation.
The Rev. Patrick J. Conroy said in
a letter to Congress he agreed to resign in April because Ryan’s staffers
implied he would be fired. He
claimed a Ryan aide cited a prayer
last year that called for the GOP tax
bill to be “fair to all Americans.”
Ryan agreed to take Conroy back.
Joe Tacopino, with Wires
Ain’t that a pair of kicks in the
head.
The three thugs who cops say
jumped a teen in Queens — pulling the “$2,000 Air Jordans”
right off his feet — learned when
they tried to sell the sneakers at
a consignment store that they
were just knockoffs.
The trio had even more bad
luck as they were being turned
away: The Queens store’s surveillance camera captured crystal-clear video of them.
Police released the video
Thursday afternoon as they
searched for the three men.
“The real reason why we didn’t
buy them? The shoe was a
knockoff,” said an employe
at the .IMAGE consignment
store who asked The Post not to
identify him by name.
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one grabbing the teen from behind, pulling him to the sidewalk
and holding him. The cohorts
then yanked off the sneaks.
The trio then hopped back into
the car and bolted.
The teen, whose name has not
been released, told cops that the
three men stole his “$2,000 Air
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popular that officials are now
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by 2023 — nearly twice their original estimate.
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ferry stop in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn,
Mayor de Blasio said the city
would invest another $300 million
in coming years for new 350-passenger vessels, improvements to
piers and docks, and the creation
of a second homeport to maintain
and repair the boats.
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By AMANDA WOODS
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“When it comes to NYC Ferry,
this makes me think of a simple
phrase: ‘We are going to need a
bigger boat,’ ” Hizzoner said.
NYC Ferry launched in May
2017 and carried 3.7 million passengers its first year. Original pro-
jections estimated 4.6 million riders when fully operational.
The final two routes, which will
launch from the Lower East Side
and from Soundview in The
Bronx, are expected to be running
by late summer.
Rich Calder
Sally Brompton
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
nypost.com
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 TAURUS
(April 21-May 21)
This is one of the very best
times of the year and you must
make the most of it. No matter
how fantastic your life has been
up until now it will be ten times
better over the next few weeks.
Hold on tight - the ride will be
so much fun!
 GEMINI
(May 22-June 21)
You need to get serious about
money and other material
issues. Mars in the wealth area
of your chart warns you will
have to get tough with people
who have not been playing
straight with you - if you don't it
could cost you a fortune.
 CANCER
(June 22-July 23)
Will the next few weeks be a
time of great achievement or of
constant conflict? It is more
likely to be the former if you
recognize that you are not the
only one who has needs and
desires. You will get ahead if you
help others get ahead too.
Daily Horoscope
 LEO
(July 24-Aug. 23)
The best way to get things done
today, especially on the work
front, is to communicate openly
and cooperate gladly with
friends and co-workers. Yes, of
course, there will be times when
you get frustrated, but try not to
let it show.
 VIRGO
(Aug. 24-Sept. 23)
Mars in the most dynamic area
of your chart will inspire you to
get creative, and also boost your
confidence to a level where you
are no longer afraid to stand up
and be counted. That's a
combination guaranteed to
bring lasting success.
 LIBRA
(Sept. 24-Oct. 23)
Cosmic activity in the domestic
area of your chart warns there
may be some bad feeling on the
 CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 - Jan. 20)
home front. Something that was
said or done in the distant past
still has to be dealt with and
now you have no choice but to
face up to it.
No matter how much you like
peace and quiet you will be the
one making a big noise today.
Mars in your sign will
encourage you to come out of
your shell and let the world
know who you are and what you
can do - that's just about
anything!
 SCORPIO
(Oct. 24-Nov. 22)
If you have something to say
now is the time to make yourself
heard. Not everyone will
appreciate your honesty but that
won't worry you in the slightest
- on the contrary, your number
one aim is to stir things up a
little, or maybe a lot!
 AQUARIUS
(Jan. 21 - Feb. 19)
You may not be the sort to get
openly emotional but over the
next few days you will find it
hard to keep your feelings in
check. That could be a good
thing or it could be a bad thing
but either way you WILL get
yourself noticed!
 SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 23 - Dec. 21)
Slow down a bit. Take life at a
more sedate pace. You have
been working extremely hard of
late, burning the candle at both
ends for longer than is probably
good for you, so shift gears and
find something more relaxing to
do for a while.
 PISCES
(Feb. 20-Mar. 20)
Do what you want to do rather
than what other people want
Post Weather Report
Friday
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Peekskill
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and sunshine. High
86 to 92.
Tomorrow:
Cooler with clouds
and sunshine. High
70 to 76.
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early. Low 60 to 66.
Tomorrow
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around. Low 58
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Total for the month (normal) ............29 (3)
Total since Jan. 1 (normal) ..............37 (12)
Last year to date.......................................38
Heat Index (at noon yest.) ..................... 87
UV index (for Fri.) ................. 8 (Very High)
Humidity (at noon) ............................. 31%
AIR QUALITY
Pollen: Moderate. Predominant pollen: Birch,
Mulberry and Oak trees
AQI rating: (for Fri.) ...........................Moderate
La G
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77/60
Long Beach
71/60
Sandy Hook
78/59
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p.m. yesterday. Temperatures are
today’s highs and tonight’s lows.
Weather (W): s-sunny, pc-partly cloudy,
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Riverhead
74/58
Huntington
79/58
Southampton
66/56
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Sun and Moon
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Sunset tonight ........................ 7:55 p.m.
Moonrise today ............................. none
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87/62
Temperature
Departure from Normal
Garden
City
80/61
Manasquan
87/60
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Yesterday: +22 degrees
CONN.
Stamford Bridgeport
White Plains 81/57
77/57
84/58
Asbury Park
86/60
Evening
Showers
T-storms
Rain
N.J.
Flurries
Snow
Ice
Long Beach
82/60
Fronts
Cold
Atlantic City
91/64
Ocean City
82/62
 ARIES
(March 21-April 20)
No matter how ambitious an
Aries you think you are you will
be even more ambitious today.
Keep telling yourself there is
nothing you cannot do, that no
goal is beyond your reach. The
extent of your success will stun
your critics - and maybe
yourself.
BIRTHDAY FRIDAY
Everything will go right for
you and everything will
work out for the best. Can
you believe that? Hopefully
you can because your state
of mind will to a large
extent determine both the
quantity and the quality of
your success this year. Be
positive.
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Paterson
89/59
Monday
Showers
around.
High 62
to 68.
you to do. It's great to be a team
player, and usually you are, but
once in a while you have to be a
little bit selfish and put your
own needs first. Your happiness
is important.
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Shkreli hit
with suit
A former exec at Martin
Shkreli’s Turing Pharmaceuticals says the convicted
felon made her life hell because she wouldn’t pledge
her loyalty after he was arrested for fraud.
In a Manhattan federal
lawsuit filed Thursday, Turing’s ex-general counsel,
Eve Costopoulos, says
Shkreli ruined her reputation and drove her to resign.
She claims the attacks
were part of Shkreli’s efforts to retain control of the
company he founded after
he stepped down as CEO in
2015 due to his arrest. He
was convicted last year and
is serving seven years in
prison.
Kaja Whitehouse
Lucasfilm Ltd.
More than 2,000 pieces of
movie memorabilia, including
costumes and props used by
James Dean and the lightsaber
wielded by Sir Alec Guinness as
Obi-Wan Kenobi in “Star Wars,”
are headed to the auction block.
The auction house Profiles in
History announced Thursday
that the items, which include a
practice chariot used during production of “Ben Hur,” the leather
jacket
worn
by
Arnold
Schwarzenegger in the first “Terminator” film and a nightgown
used by Olivia de Havilland while
filming “Gone With the Wind”
are among the sale items.
The “Icons & Legends of Hollywood” auction is scheduled for
June 5-8 in Los Angeles. Several
of the marquee items will be on
display in New York at The SociSoci­
ety of Illustrators from May 15-19.
15­19.
Profiles in History
says it is also selling the Harley
Davidson that Schwarzenegger
rode during “Terminator 2: Judgment Day,” as well as a spacesuit
worn by Sigourney Weaver’s
character in “Alien” and the
flamethrower she used in the sequel “Aliens.”
Several “Star Wars” pieces are
also due to be sold, including a
46-inch tall model of the Death
Star used in “Return of the Jedi”
and models of C-3PO and Darth
Vader. Costumes and props from
the “Star Trek” motion pictures
are also included.
A tuxedo worn during filming of
“Giant” is one of several Dean
items slated to be sold, as is a dress
Elizabeth Taylor wore in the film.
Some of the items date back to
film’s
film’s early
early era,
era, including
including aa loinloin­
cloth
worn
by
Johnny
cloth
worn
by
Johnny
Weissmuller
Weissmuller in
in 1932’s
1932’s “Tarzan
“Tarzan the
the
Ape
Man.”
Ape
Man.”
AP
AP
STILL
IN‘CORRECT’
More bad dudes hired as jail staffers
By RICH CALDER
The guys behind bars aren’t the
only ones with arrest records inside
city jails.
A Department of Investigation report scrutinizing a random sampling of Department of Correction
hires from 2016 found that 83 out of
291 — some 28 percent — had
arrest records that should have
raised red flags but didn’t.
The spotty records should have
disqualified some job candidates or
at least marked them for monitoring, but many applicants sailed
through the hiring process — only
to be busted later for offenses such
as smuggling contraband or engaging in sex with inmates.
“DOI continues to arrest correction officers who have red flags in
their backgrounds that should have
precluded their hiring,” said DOI
Commissioner Mark Peters.
The findings come after Correction
claimed it cleaned up its act in response to a previous DOI report in
2015 on the same lax hiring practices.
“While DOC accepted DOI’s recommendations in 2015, DOC’s implementation has fallen short of
what is necessary to adequately reform the hiring process,” the new
report found.
Some of the hires were doozies:
Torray Riles of The Bronx was
hired in December 2016 despite
having been arrested eight months
earlier for assault, menacing and
harassment, the report says.
In January, he was arrested on the
job at Rikers Island after being
busted by DOI’s K-9 unit trying to
smuggle 26 grams of pot concealed
in his underwear. That case is making its way through court.
In another case, DOC hired an
officer who left the state correction
system for having “an inappropriate
relationship” with an inmate.
A third job applicant had been arrested for domestic violence — and
his rap sheet was in his employment file.
DOC officials said candidates
should be immediately disqualified
if they have a felony conviction, a
misdemeanor domestic-violence
conviction, an existing order of protection, multiple driver’s-license revocations, a currently suspended
license or if they fail pre-employment drug screening.
DOI concluded that Correction
“did not use basic investigative
tools, including running credit
checks and verifying personal information through public-record
database checks,” but instead relied
on “an inefficient pen-and-paper
application” process.
The DOI report said at least 10 of
the applicants it scrutinized should
not have been hired.
Correction spokesman Peter
Thorne issued a statement saying
the 10 got jobs before the agency
“revamped its hiring practices and
strengthened its investigative procedures to better identify unqualified applicants in 2016 as a result of
DOI’s prior recommendations.”
DOC says it has fired five and is
investigating the other five. But
many of the new questionable hires
remain on the job.
Additional reporting by Max Jaeger
nypost.com
A Connecticut woman’s
call to police to report domestic violence led to a
standoff and explosion in a
barn behind her home that
left one person dead and
nine officers injured, officials said Thursday.
The officers were being
treated for non-life-threatening injuries after the
Wednesday-night blast and
the remains of one unidentified person were found in
a building at the home in
North Haven, State Police
Trooper Kelly Grant said at
a news conference.
Grant said she couldn’t
confirm the identity of the
body until an autopsy was
completed.
The owners of the property, Deborah and John
Sayre, were going through a
divorce, according to court
records.
North Haven Deputy Police Chief Jonathan Mulhern
said a woman called police
to report domestic violence
and police tried for hours to
coax the man outside.
“Come out, John,” police
said into a bullhorn aimed
at the house before the
explosion.
The nine officers remained hospitalized Thursday. They were members of
the regional tactical team,
five from East Haven, three
from North Haven and one
from Branford.
AP
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
Deadly
‘divorce’
blast
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Baron suing mag for $600K
Page
Six®
Emily
Smith
TOP fashion world art director Fabien Baron
and his stylist wife, Ludivine Poiblanc, have
filed a lawsuit against Interview Magazine, Page
Six has exclusively learned, alleging Baron saved
the “imperiled” magazine then was stiffed to the
tune of about $600,000.
It’s just the latest financial blow to the publication founded by Andy Warhol in 1969, following a
recent dispute with its Soho landlord and another lawsuit filed by a former top exec.
Baron — the former creative director of Calvin
Klein who heads ad agency Baron & Baron — last
month resigned from Interview after nearly 10
years as editorial director, we reported. In court
papers filed Wednesday, Baron’s lawyers allege
over $500,000 from invoices between 2015 and
2018, while Poiblanc’s owed another $66,000 as a
stylist, coming to $602,690.23.
Baron, who’s worked for Interview at three different times over the years, submitted a letter of
resignation April 2, stating, “When we started this
partnership more than 10 years ago, we had your
assurance that financially speaking we would start
with a clean slate and that you would settle all outstanding claims. The financial challenges were not
resolved and continue to plague the day-to-day operations of the magazine. We brought in a roster of
highly respected collaborators, all of whom are
owed substantial sums of money.”
Interview did not comment.
that in 2009, “Defendants hired Fabien to rescue a
then-imperiled Interview Magazine after the
abrupt departure of its last creative director,
which Fabien did, upping its circulation to over
200,000 during his tenure.” The suit adds that
Baron “personally secured” at least 40 illustrious
contributors — from photographers to makeup
artists — but, while “their magazine flourished
editorially under Fabien’s leadership . . . defendants have been completely derelict in fulfilling
their legal requirement to remunerate” him.
Baron alleges that Interview — owned by mogul
and art mega-collector Peter Brant’s Brant Publications — agreed to pay him $450,000 per year
plus business expenses in 2010, but that he’s owed
esmith@nypost.com
‘Desperate’ Xtina back
Ian Mohr
imohr@nypost.com
CHRISTINA Aguilera dropped a new
single “Accelerate” with Ty Dolla $ign and 2
Chainz on Thursday — after Page Six exclusively reported that the single was being produced by Kanye West. “I’ve always been a
huge fan of Kanye,” Aguilera explained to Billboard. “Outside of, you know, his controversial aspects, I just think he’s a great artist and
musicmaker and beatmaker.” Aguilera, whose
new album “Liberate” drops in June, also revealed her unhappiness starring on “The Voice.” “You
can’t wear this, can’t say
Watch
that,” she said. “I would
find myself on that
show desperately trying to express myself
through clothing or
makeup or hair. It was
my only kind of outlet.”
Mara Siegler
msiegler@nypost.com
Carlos Greer
cgreer@nypost.com
Oli Coleman
ocoleman@nypost.com
Tashara Jones
tjones@nypost.com
Fresh perspective
Legendary rapper Doug E.
Fresh told Page Six “we need to
talk” to Kanye West after his bizarre statement this week that slavery was a choice. “I did not see the
Kanye interview so I don’t really
know the full scope,” Fresh said at
the Love gala for DKMS We Delete
Blood Cancer. “But I think that he
may need to evaluate that statement . . . When slavery came to
America, it showed the ugliest form
of humanity. He may be saying
something where he does not fully
understand the depth of it. So we
need to talk to the brother. Instead
of talking about him, we got to talk
to him.” CeeLo Green performed
hits including “Crazy” at the gala.
G-EAZY (above) is having a
tough time abroad. The rapper was
arrested in Sweden for allegedly attacking a security guard and possessing cocaine, TMZ reported.
While the “You Got Me” artist was
partying at a Stockholm club after a
show, he allegedly tussled with security and started throwing
punches — even landing a few on a
guard’s face. Police reportedly detained him, then found cocaine in
his pocket. Swedish paper Expressen reported he was in custody, and
would go before a judge Friday.
“The Con
Is On” stars Alice
Eve (left) and Uma
Thurman appear to
have honestly enjoyed
the film’s hot Cinema
Society screening in
Tribeca.
Uma and ex André reunite for ‘Con’
UMA Thurman had her son, Levon Thurman-Hawke, as well as her past on-and-off boyfriend André Balazs were by her side at a Cinema Society screening of her latest film, “The Con
Is On.” Uma posed at the packed Roxy Cinema with a co-star in the comedy caper, Alice Eve
(pictured above). Also at the screening and after-party, held at the Arlo Hotel’s rooftop bar, were
Patti Smith, Griffin Dunne, Ebon Moss-Bachrach and Candace Bushnell, as well as designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez, Gilles Mendel, and Gabriela Hearst.
NEWLY free Meek Mill is making a documentary series with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation and
Amazon “examining his odyssey through the
criminal justice system during the past decade,” according to Variety. The showbiz site
says the six-part series — due for release in
2019 — will “chronicle Mill’s rise to fame and
his 10-year battle with Philadelphia judge
Genece Brinkley, as well as the larger issue
of high incarceration rates for people of
color.” The rapper was released last month
after serving nearly five months on a probation violation and getting support from Jay-Z,
Drake and Al Sharpton. Meek said: “Not
only will this documentary give viewers an
unprecedented look at my life, but it will also
allow me to use my public platform to highlight the need for criminal justice reform.”
Andy Kropa/Invision/AP
Not Eazy going
Doc series Meek peek
Hopper a real hoofer
HOPPER Penn — Sean Penn and Robin
Wright’s son, who was arrested on drug
charges in Nebraska last month — appears
in a new indie film that’s selling in Cannes,
“Between Worlds.” “He’s soulful,” director
Maria Pulera told Page Six, adding Hopper’s dance moves off-screen are so unique,
she had to write them into the upcoming
thriller, also starring Nicolas Cage. “He has
a lot of talent and he definitely is a unique
person and an incredible dancer,” she said.
“It’s ‘Hopper dance.’ He’s created a style of
his own. He spent a lot of time in Haiti and
said he derived moves that to me almost
look like urban street dance and maybe Haitian traditional. It’s his own thing. It’s cool.”
Hopper was released April 6 on $25,000 bail.
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LANCE Armstrong — who fell from grace after admitting he used banned substances during the time
when he won seven consecutive Tour de France titles
— seems to be making a return to public life, as well
as to nightlife. The cyclist — who last month agreed
to pay $5 million to settle claims that he defrauded
the federal government since the US Postal Service
sponsored his cycling team — will even be honored
with Susan G. Komen LA’s Babes for Boobs Inspiration Award on June 7 at the El Rey Theatre. Armstrong is a testicular cancer survivor. The reemerging blood doping dope was also seen hitting the clubs in Miami this week, spies exclusively told Page Six. He was spotted at hip restaurant Rácket in the artsy area of Wynwood on
Tuesday before hitting Wall Lounge. “He was lit
by the time he got to Wall,” said an onlooker.
“They sat him with a bunch of models, of course,
and he chatted and took a few pics.” The source
added, “He was downing shots.” His rep did not
comment. Armstrong got engaged to longtime
girlfriend Anna Hansen last year.
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Gigi says pic was botched
American Ballet
Theatre principal
ballerina Misty
Copeland
celebrates the
launch of her
Signature
Collection for
Under Armour in
Soho.
GIGI Hadid says a controversial Vogue Italia cover
by photographer Steven Klein “was not executed
correctly” and, “concerns that have been brought up
are valid.” On the new cover, the model looks heavily
tanned and nearly unrecognizable — which quickly
sparked accusations of blackface. On Thursday, Hadid
tweeted a shot taken on the same day in which her
complexion looks much lighter, suggesting the magazine’s images were made darker digitally. “You can see
the level I had been bronzed to on set that day,” she posted.
“Please understand that my control of a shoot 1. is non existent [sic] in terms of creative direction 2. ends completely
when I leave set, and anything done to a photo in post is out
of my control fully . . . Please know that things would have
been different if my control of the situation was different.”
A Vogue Italia rep told The Post’s Elana Fishman that the
mag “has respected and encouraged the creative viewpoints
of commissioned photographers . . . In our latest cover shoot
by Steven Klein, the vision was to create a beachwear-themed
story with a stylized bronzing effect. We understand that the
result has caused some debate with our readers, and we sincerely apologize if we have caused any offense.”
Demi more than able
MEGA
MISS Universe Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters
says being a pageant queen isn’t all tiaras
and talent competitions. Sometimes you
foil a carjacking plot! “I was held up at gunpoint a month after I won Miss South Africa,” says the New York transplant. “It was
on June 7 of last year . . . I was in South Africa on my way to an event, and I was carjacked by five guys.” She added: “It was
scary — but the magic of that was I did a
women’s empowerment course about three
months prior to the incident, where they
taught me what to do if you go through a
situation like that. I was driving and I
stopped at a red traffic light in broad daylight . . . When I saw the weapons, I immediately surrendered and gave up the car.
But when I got out of the car, the guy actually tried to push me back in . . . I said to
myself, ‘I’d rather be shot here than kidnapped and never be seen again.’ The second destination will never be better than
the first. So I punched him in his throat and
ran away.” She figures: “So living in New
York, no big deal . . . I am loving New York
— there is something about the energy.”
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A man was arrested over
the weekend for walking
the streets of Scotland with
. . . a potato peeler.
Scott Walker, 39, was
busted in Dunfermline as
the United Kingdom cracks
down on anyone with sharp
objects or other potential
weapons.
Walker’s lawyer said his
client is not violent but
“suffers from significant
learning difficulties.”
Call this story a Toronto
cliff-hanger.
Police and commuters
were baffled by the sight of
the empty shell of a blue
Honda Civic dangling by a
cable from the Leaside
Bridge this week.
Authorities believe the
car was put there as a
prank, and are investigating.
A rare African cat is on
the lam — in Alabama.
Juno, a pet serval — an exotic, cheetah-like feline —
escaped from owner Felicia
Wilson’s home in Pelham
on April 24.
On Facebook, Wilson asks
anyone who finds Juno not
to shoot him. The cat is not
wild or illegal, she says.
That’s one way to get over
a breakup.
A British woman advertised her revenge on her
cheating boyfriend by tying
a sign to a street pole in
Bristol.
“BMW keys in Harbourside Canal. Cards Maxed,”
said the sign, which added,
“James, I hope she was
worth it.”
Natalie Musumeci, Wires
BASQUIAT BAWL
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A flurry of cash rained
down on an Indianapolis
highway this week, prompting a mad scramble for the
loot among motorists and
fence-jumping neighbors.
The money, estimated to
be as much as $600,00, flew
out of a Brinks armored
truck when its back door
flew open during the rush
hour Wednesday on 1nterstate 70.
“Sort of something out of
a movie scene, where you
have bills, loose bills, flying,” said Indiana State Police Cpl. Brock McCooe,
who asked takers to return
the dough — or face theft
charges.
Furious
kin feud
over art
By JULIA MARSH
A masterpiece by the late graffiti-art legend Jean-Michel Basquiat
is at the center of a Manhattan
family feud rife with charges of
betrayal, abuse and a deathbed
change to a will.
Investor Hubert Neumann, 86,
claims his adult daughter went behind his back and got his wife to
sign over the rights to the multimillion-dollar work “Flesh and
Spirit” while she was “receiving
serious medical treatment” in
2015, according to court records.
Neumann — whose wife, Dolores, died of liver cancer in September 2016 — says his 51-year-old
daughter, Belinda, is now trying to
sell the 12-by-12-foot painting at
Sotheby’s for $30 million — and
he’s suing to stop the auction,
which is set for next week.
Neumann says his daughter, who
is an art gallerist, strong-armed
her mother into changing the will
so that it gives her the right to 80
UN-WILL-ING: Hubert Neumann (top) is fighting his late wife’s bequeathing of Basquiat’s “Flesh and Spirit” to their kids.
percent of the painting’s proceeds.
The reason given for the change
in the will is that Belinda “does
not have financial stability on her
own or through her husband and
has three children to support.”
The will gives eldest daughter
Kristina Neumann, 53, just 10 percent and a third daughter, Melissa
Neumann, 48, the other 10 percent
plus $1 million because “she has a
wealthy husband.”
Finally, Dolores, who was
friends with Basquiat in the 1980s,
disinherited her husband in the
new will, explaining: “He has been
physically abusive.”
Hubert told The Post, “I’m not
accepting the fact that I did anything like that to her.”
His Manhattan Supreme Court
suit says it is not legal to disinherit
a spouse under New York law.
Melissa said she plans to contest
the document in Surrogate’s
Court. Belinda and her attorney
did not return calls for comment.
A Sotheby’s spokeswoman said,
“This 11th-hour claim is entirely
without merit, and we are confident that the court will find in our
favor and the auction will proceed
as scheduled.”
Aide-slay witness’ fear US in S. China ‘seethe’
A witness in the trial of
four men accused of killing
an aide to Gov. Cuomo was
too terrified to testify Thursday — so prosecutors had
her arrested and dragged
into court against her will.
“I don’t want to be here,”
the woman, whose name
The Post is withholding,
said in Brooklyn Supreme
Court. “I didn’t witness
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anything and I didn’t want
to be a part of this.”
The woman, a mom, lives
at the Ebbets Field Houses
in Crown Heights, where
prosecutors say members of
the Folk Nation gang opened
fire on rival 8-Trey Crips
during the 2015 J’Ouvert festival, killing Carey Gabay
with a stray bullet.
Three alleged Folk Nation
members and one alleged 8Trey Crip are on trial.
Prosecutors
say
the
woman told police the public-housing building is Folk
Nation territory, but she refused to repeat that during
10 minutes on the stand.
“My neighborhood is gang
affiliated,” she said, without
naming Folk Nation specifically. Priscilla DeGregory
The White House issued a
stern warning to Beijing on
Thursday over reports that
its military installed new
missile systems on island
outposts in the South China
Sea.
The deployment is said to
be the first of its kind and
shows that China has
boosted its military presence in the contested region
over the last few weeks.
“We’re well aware of
China’s militarization of the
South China Sea,” White
House press secretary
Sarah Huckabee Sanders
said Thursday.
“We’ve raised concerns
directly with the Chinese
about this, and there will be
near-term and long-term
consequences.”
The missile systems were
reportedly installed at three
outposts across the Spratly
Islands. Chris Perez, Wires
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Airbnb is contributing to
surging rents in New York
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much as $616 million more,
according to a study by
Comptroller Scott Stringer.
The analysis, released
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the largest average rent hikes
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Among the hardest-hit areas were hipster havens in
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Tot dumped
in Harlem
By DAVID K. LI
This adorable baby boy
(right) was found in Harlem Thursday and cops
want to find the man who
was caught on camera
dumping him.
Officers responded to a
911 call to find the yearold tot alone in front of
272 W. 132nd St. at 10:37
a.m., authorities said.
Security cameras captured a man dropping off
the child in the building’s
foyer and moving a table
in the infant’s way to prevent him from following,
police said.
“The individual then
walked to the adjacent
building and placed a bag
full of diapers inside of a
garbage can,” according
to a police statement.
That man has been
identified as 22-year-old
Antonio A. Staton, au-
thorities said.
Staton is described as
6 feet tall and 170 pounds.
The baby was taken to
a nearby hospital for a
check-up and appeared
to be in good health, police said.
His hair was braided
and he was wearing a
white onesie when cops
found him.
Police are asking for
the public’s help to find
Staton or the tot’s parents. Tipsters can call
(800) 577-8477.
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Z
By MICHAEL KAPLAN
HUANG Liehong and his
wife, Little Yan, weren’t supposed to fly to JFK Airport.
When they left their small
village in China’s Guangdong
Province in the winter of 2014,
they were part of a governmentlicensed tour visiting the United
States with a final stop in Las Vegas — and were supposed to stay
with the group.
As assurance they would come
back, Zhuang and Little Yan left
their 8-month-old son, Kaizhi, behind with his two sets of grandparents.
But they were willing to take
the risk to get out of China for
good.
“I wanted to live in a land of
freedom and democracy,” Zhuang
told The Post, munching boiled
chicken feet during a dim sum
feast at East Buffet, his favorite
Chinese restaurant in Flushing,
Queens.
“I knew I had to leave China
and come to America for that.”
They realized it would be
months — at the earliest — before
they would see their child again.
That there was even a risk that
they would never reunite. Sympathy from the Chinese government
can be in short supply. Especially
if, like Zhuang, 34, you organized
pro-democracy protests and
served a brief stint in jail.
Little Yan, 32, remembered
leaving behind her son and embarking on a 7,000-mile trip into
the unknown. “I wanted to cry,”
she said. “But I didn’t want to do
it in front of Kaizhi. My biggest
fear was that he would see us
years later and not recognize me
as his mother.”
T
HEY ditched the group in Las
Vegas and took an afternoon
flight to JFK. Zhuang had just
one telephone number in his
pocket. It was that of Brooklynbased journalist Lauren Hilgers,
37. She met him while reporting a
freelance story on the revolutionary activities that Zhuang stirred
up in his Chinese village.
“He asked for my phone number and talked about coming to
the US,” Hilgers said. “I didn’t
think he would do it.”
Hilgers took the two under her
wing and wound up embedding
with them for their first three
years in New York. She chronicled
the couple’s struggle to gain an
American toehold in a new book,
“Patriot Number One: American
Dreams in Chinatown” (Crown).
Zhuang and Little Yan spoke almost no English when they
touched down, although they
were better off than many Chinese
newcomers: They arrived with a
$30,000 nest egg, proceeds from a
parcel of land Zhuang had sold.
Still, their means were limited.
A Chinese real-estate broker all
but kicked them out of her office
after realizing the couple’s meager
budget — less than $700 a month.
Later on, a Chinese landlord unceremoniously evicted them from
an apartment where, unbeknownst to Zhuang and Little
Yan, they were subletting illegally.
“Helping other people is not part
of the Chinese culture,” Zhuang
said. “Chinese people mind their
own business and focus on how
much money they can earn.”
Little Yan managed to get work
doing manicures in low-rent nail
salons, but the fumes gave her
terrible
headaches.
Zhuang
bounced from job to job. He delivered Chinese food, bussed tables, shelled shrimp. Formerly a
tea-shop owner, he felt too good
for menial labor and ignored Little Yan’s suggestions that he become an Uber driver and bristled
at her put-downs.
At one point, she snapped,
“You’re a good eater but a lazy
worker.”
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Z
HUANG and Little Yan were
not alone in their quest to
game the system for a better
life in America.
According to the Migration Policy Institute, roughly 268,000
Chinese illegal immigrants reside
in the US. The institute estimates
that 63,000 of them live in Brooklyn, Queens and Manhattan.
These days, according to Min
Zhou, a UCLA sociology professor who specializes in Asian
studies, the easiest way to land
Stateside without documentation
is to use the same strategy
Zhuang and Little Yan employed:
Get a tourist visa and never leave.
Making such immigration surprisingly easy is that Chinese authorities care less than they once
did about citizens leaving the
mainland. Additionally, visas to
the US are relatively easy to obtain.
“The Chinese government does
not place a lot of restrictions on
travel,” Zhou said. “When you’re
a dissident, they are happy if you
leave. Then they don’t let you
back in.”
During the 1990s, before China
streamlined the process for scamming one’s way into the United
States, many immigrants resorted
to signing on with smuggling
rings known as “snakeheads.”
The rings sneaked immigrants in
via cramped boats, one of which,
the Golden Venture, ran aground
off Rockaway Beach in 1993 with
286 passengers aboard; 10 of them
died in the 53-degree waters.
Once here, those who survived
snakehead voyages often found
themselves needing to pay off as
NEW CHAPTER:
Little Yan — who wed
Zhuang Liehong in
China in 2012 (top),
then came with him
to the US two years
later — holds their
American-born son,
Kyle, at their home in
Queens, where her
hubby earns a living
driving for Uber (left).
much as $70,000 in smuggling
fees with what approximated indentured servitude.
Illegal immigrants who come
over the modern way do their research ahead of time, via location-blocking software that circumvents China’s so-called Great
Firewall. Often, they figure out
where they want to live and establish social networks before
hitting American soil. Nevertheless, particularly if they lack the
$30,000 cushion of Zhuang and
Little Yan, they don’t necessarily
live much better than the smuggled immigrants.
“If you stay here, you are limited,” Zhou said. “You can find a
place to live if you can subject
yourself to crowded conditions”
— some illegals sleep side-byside on bunkbeds in dorm-style
hostels, which Hilgers experienced during her research —
“and get a job in Chinatown. You
can make enough cash to live a
basic life. But it is very hard to
own a home or move up or make
meaningful long-term plans.”
Z
HUANG thought he found a
path to riches. He began buying products in America,
shipping them to well-off residents of China and carving out a
profit for himself. But the road
dead-ended after only a few
months. His rickety business
failed for multiple reasons: a family member refusing to pay for
goods sent, a regular customer
planning his own trip to America
(and, thus, not needing the services of Zhuang) and a government clampdown in his home village that made locals reluctant to
receive packages from him.
It left Little Yan questioning
their decision to leave for the US.
“The pressure was big,” she said.
“When you go through hardship,
feel bad and experience discomfort with the place where you
live, it’s easy to let things get to
you. Plus, I missed my parents
and knew that I could not go back
to China.”
Further stresses mounted due
to the hurdle of gaining political
asylum — which was necessary in
order to have a shot at bringing in
their son. At first, hiring a lawyer
to make that happen looked like it
would cost the budget-busting
sum of $8,000.
But then Hilgers stepped in.
“I made a bunch of calls and
found the Hebrew Immigrant Aid
Society, which agreed to do it for
free,” said Hilgers, who wrote
about the nearly yearlong process
of filing papers, waiting for answers and filing more papers.
Looming over every moment was
the reality that their son was on
the other side of the world.
Chinese are the single largest
nationality granted asylum, according to the Department of
Homeland Security, although the
“Northern Triangle” nations of
Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador — as evidenced by the caravan of asylum seekers at our
southern border — are gaining
ground. In 2016, 20,455 people
were granted asylum in the US, of
which 4,484 were Chinese.
The number of Chinese citizens
requesting asylum has increased
search of asylum
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IA the online network
WeChat, Little Yan canvassed
friends from home to serve
as a chaperone and travel to
America with her child. A woman
she barely knew agreed to do it.
Airline tickets were bought for
the boy and the acquaintance —
but the woman missed the flight.
With only a two-day window
for Kaizhi to leave China before
his visa would run out, Zhuang
and his wife waited with dread.
They feared their son would miss
the deadline for immigration.
Zhuang held back from yelling
at the woman — “She still had
our baby,” he said. “I had to be
nice” — and Little Yan prayed the
woman and her son would get on
the plane a day later. They did.
Some 14 hours passed before a
JFK arrival-hall reunion that was
bittersweet.
“He would not call us Mother
or Father,” Little Yan said of the
boy, then 2 years old, who hadn’t
seen them for most of his young
life. “It took two months.”
Four years after arriving in
America, Zhuang has settled his
family into a basement apartment
in Flushing. In standard Chineseimmigrant tradition, they lease a
room to a newer arrival in order
to help with their rent. Kaizhi
now has a newborn brother and,
while Little Yan focuses on being
a mother for the two kids, Zhuang
has become the main breadwinner. Finally relenting to Little
Yan, he signed up with Uber.
Despite the hardship and stress,
Zhuang and Little Yan both believe the move was not only worth
it but essential. “They recognize
that there was no other choice,”
Hilgers said. “One thing about the
American dream that fulfilled itself is their ability to be free here
in a way that they could never be
free in China. That makes the
struggle worthwhile. It’s either be
free in America or run the risk of
being jailed in China.”
Providing a lift back to the subway station from his family’s
home, Zhuang was asked the
name of their newest addition.
“Kyle,” he said proudly.
Reacting to a passenger’s surprise at the Western name,
Zhuang quickly responded, “He’s
American. We’re all in America
now, but Kyle was born here.”
mkaplan@nypost.com
TOGETHER: Zhuang
Liehong and Little Yan at
home with son Kaizhi.
Their escape from China
to New York is chronicled
in a new book.
NY Post: Annie Wermiel
in recent years, rising 19 percent
between 2015 and 2016. More than
half of people granted asylum status live in New York or California.
(Refugees are a separate legal
category. In 2016, 84,989 refugees
were admitted into the US, the
most being from the Democratic
Republic of the Congo and Syria.)
In 2015, Zhuang and Little Yan
were granted asylum. Soon after,
Zhuang’s family applied for son
Kaizhi’s admission to the US.
That came through the following
year. When the document permitting immigration into the US “for
the above named alien” arrived, it
was photographed by Zhuang’s
father and forwarded to Zhuang.
He and Little Yan stared at it in
disbelief and studied each word,
written in English. It would expire in two months.
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bankruptcy lawyer has
pleaded guilty to embezzling almost $2 million in
client money held in his
attorney escrow account.
“I used these funds for
my personal expenses and
to repay those from whom
I had previously embezzled,” Pincus David Carlebach admitted to Manhattan Supreme Court Justice
Melissa Jackson on Thursday.
He said he’d siphoned
some $1.8 million from
various clients over the
years as part of a Ponzitype scheme.
Prosecutors said he’d
pocketed funds from at
least five different escrow
depositors.
Carlebach, 58, faces up
to seven years in prison
on one count of second-degree grand larceny,
and up to four years on
CARLEBACH
At court on Thursday.
one count of scheme to
defraud. He’ll also have to
cough up nearly $800,000
in restitution and a fine as
part of the deal.
Carlebach, of Brooklyn,
copped to similar charges
in March in Manhattan
federal court, after admitting to pilfering $30,000
from the coffers of clients.
His license to practice
was suspended last November, according to
court records.
As part of the deal, any
state prison time Carlebach serves will run concurrently with his federal
sentence, which has not
yet been handed down.
He faces up to five years
in that case.
Carlebach remained silent as he left court, hiding behind his hat to avoid
photographers.
His attorney, Richard
Finkel, said, “We have no
comment at this time.”
“Attorneys are professionally obligated to conduct themselves with
honesty and integrity,”
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. said
in a statement following
the plea deal.
But Vance said that the
defendant in this case
“treated the escrow account associated with his
bankruptcy cases as a personal gold mine.”
Carlebach’s state sentencing is scheduled for
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mother!” to her long-lost
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the sentencing of a kidnapper who took the girl as a
newborn 20 years ago.
Shanara Mobley told a
Florida court she wants the
maximum penalty for kidnapper Gloria Williams,
who in July 1998 disguised
herself as a nurse and
swiped Mobley’s days-old
daughter from her arms at a
Jacksonville hospital.
The girl was found in January 2017 in South Carolina.
The daughter has bonded
with Shanara — and taken
the name Kamiyah Mobley
— and wants the court to
show leniency to the kidnapper she called Mom for
18 years.
During a sentencing hearing in Jacksonville, Shanara
said she considered suicide
nearly every day for 18 years.
“That is my child,” Shanara
testified, pointing to the back
of court where Kamiyah sat.
“I am your mother!”
Williams, who faces up to
22 years in prison, is expected to testify on Friday.
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Sex must have been exhaust-ing
An extremely intoxicated
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refused to stop, police said.
Newton Lt. Scott Powell
said the 24-year-old man was
taken to an emergency room
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Rudy didn’t go rogue — it’s a new game plan
R
For Democrats, says Jeff Greenfield at Politico, it means thinking the
unthinkable: accepting “even the possibility” that Donald Trump “may
have done something, anything, right.” Because the still-unfolding “headsnapping developments” in Korea have led to grudging praise for the
president, even from some of his toughest critics. Fact is, “we are clearly
in a better place. And it is at least plausible” that Trump’s “words and
deeds mattered.” But “will any Democrat contemplating a run for the
presidency . . . say so?” Or “does the base of the party hold Trump in such
revulsion that any hint of praise would be a political kiss of death?”
Greenfield’s advice: “If the possibility of a peaceful Korea becomes reality, let’s just let him have this one triumph.”
Political scribe: What Cynthia Nixon Needs Now
NY1’s Bob Hardt compares Cynthia Nixon to a half-full glass of water:
On the one hand, he notes, “she wasn’t immediately vaporized by some
state cannon” after launching her primary challenge to Gov. Cuomo. And
she’s “successfully seized on several issues that resonate with Democratic primary voters,” sending the governor hurtling leftward. But she
“still has a credibility gap that she needs to fill if she actually wants to
beat Cuomo.” Even though some of his few political friends “would secretly enjoy seeing him fall,” Nixon has yet to convince them and other
skeptics “that she has the gravitas to be governor.” Given all the key issues out there, the Democratic primary “could actually be a very good
thing for New York — or a bloody mess.”
From the right: Democrats Embrace Sleazy Menendez
The Senate Ethics Committee has found that New Jersey Democrat Bob
Menendez brought “discredit upon the Senate” by doing political favors
for a friend “well beyond Senate norms” in return for
lavish gifts. But John Fund at Fox News notes that “the
only sanction he was given was an order to repay the
fair market value of the gifts and update his financial
disclosure forms.” This, even though the committee
found he had violated federal law over a six-year period by not reporting the gifts. Nevertheless, Menendez’ fellow Democrats “are closing ranks behind him.”
They’ve even restored his position as top Democrat
on the Foreign Relations Committee. He faces re-election in November, so it’s up to voters to make the Ethics Committee finding actually “mean something.”
Bob Menendez
Reuters
Foreign desk: West Still Refusing To Get Real on Iran
The international response to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s “avalanche of evidence” on Iran’s nuclear ambitions, most notably
from the nations that negotiated the 2015 deal, has been “largely derisive,”
laments the Times of Israel’s David Horovitz. That, he suggests, “merely
underlines their incompetence, their failure, their disingenuousness and
the gravity of the ongoing Iranian threat that they so reprehensibly failed
to defuse.” True, there’s no evidence of a post-2015 violation by Iran. But
Netanyahu contends that “the deal is so negligent, so misconceived, so
badly constructed, that the Iranians have no need whatsoever to breach
it.” Far from preventing Iran from attaining a nuclear arsenal, it “paves
Iran’s path to it.” And the haul of documents conclusively demonstrates
that Iran “is merely biding its time.”
Analyst: Don’t Let 16-Year-Olds Rock the Vote
In the wake of the “March for Our Lives” movement, notes David Davenport at the Washington Examiner, the question of lowering the voting
age to 16 “has come to the fore,” and several state and local bills around
the country would do just that. Yet “it is not clear why student willingness to demonstrate now qualifies them for new adult-level responsibilities of citizenship.” After all, would we also want them serving on juries
or joining the military? Frankly, “the more we learn about the human
brain and how it develops, society has increased the age of responsibility
in other areas” — drinking, unsupervised driving — not lowered it.”
Moreover, younger voters have always been “notoriously weak about
showing up at the polls.” So “If 16-year-olds voting is the answer to some
problem we have,” says Davenport, “I guess I do not understand the
question.”
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ist reading of the Constitution
would say that since Rosenstein
and Mueller are both subordiJOHN
nates of the president, Trump
PODHORETZ
has every right to fire them.
This is the great temptation for
Trump.
UDY Giuliani’s startling TV
Of course he knows there’ll be
appearance
Wednesday
an unholy storm if he fires Muelnight on Sean Hannity’s
ler and Rosenstein. Democrats
show was immediately disand the media will go for his
missed by social-media know-itthroat and announce that the
alls as an unplanned trip to Cravery act of doing so was an adzytown. But there was nothing
mission of guilt on Trump’s part.
crazy about it — or, rather, there
They’ll demand Republimay have been real method
cans agree, and several leadin the madness when it
ing members of the GOP,
comes to the handling of
from
Senate
Majority
President Trump’s legal
Leader Mitch McConnell to
problems.
Sen. Lindsay Graham, have
Before Giuliani became
said on past occasions that
Trump’s chief attorney two
Trump will endanger his
weeks ago, the Trump legal
presidency if he does so.
team’s approach was largely
It will be bad. Very bad.
to work with special counsel
But, Trump and Giuliani
Robert Mueller to the extent
may consider, for how long?
possible — making White
If he does so around, say,
House staff available for inMemorial Day, it could be a
terviews, providing doculong hot summer. Maybe a
ments and negotiating over
quarter of GOP voters will
how the president might sit
look askance, withdraw
for an interview. Team memtheir support and threaten
bers also sought to keep the
to stay home in November
president from saying or doand hand the Democrats
ing things that might provide
the House in the midterm
grist for Mueller’s mill.
election.
No longer. The Giuliani inBut would the heat persist
terview was an implicit decif he scores some sensalaration of war against Mueltional coup by making a deler. He called the Mueller
nuclearization deal with
probe “a totally garbage inNorth Korea? He knows
vestigation” based on the
Democrats already hate him
proposition that what former
and want to impeach him,
FBI Director Jim Comey had
reported about his encoun- He’s back: Rudy & Co. are going on offense. and he might figure he can
do things to win Republiters with Trump was true.
Giuliani characterized Comey as Trump simply wait for Mueller cans back. And he’ll have his
a “disgraceful liar” and said to drop a bomb on his head and own Trumpian echo chamber to
Comey “should be prosecuted” claim “collusion” that Trump back him to the hilt.
I’m not saying this is going to
as a leaker. Comey “rigged” the says never took place?
The Giuliani interview was, I happen. I am saying I think it’s
whole investigation, he said.
And, he said, Trump fired think, intended as a threat, not now very much on the table, and
Comey for refusing to say only to Mueller, but to Attorney that Giuliani’s emergence as the
Trump was not the subject of an General Rod Rosenstein, who new voice of Trump’s id is key to
FBI investigation — which is not appointed him. Giuliani said understanding this.
Giuliani is a believer in waging
what Trump said in the days fol- pointedly that he doesn’t know
lowing the firing or to the Rus- Rosenstein and that his “good total war against political enesian officials in the Oval Office. friend” Jeff Sessions, the attor- mies and those who’d stymie his
(He told the Russians Comey ney general, “should never have efforts. His relentless hostility
toward those he deemed hostile
appointed Rosenstein.”
was crazy.)
What’s more, Giuliani de- to him and his agenda was key to
“Could we accept a situation in
which they are telling us basi- clared, “The two of them can re- his own political success as
cally we believe Comey, who is deem themselves, Sessions and mayor of New York. “Go for the
now a pathological liar, as op- Rosenstein. They should order throat” is something Trump
surely wanted to hear, and someposed to Donald Trump?” Giu- the investigation over.”
Trump doesn’t need them to. thing he wasn’t getting from his
liani said in response to a question about being interviewed by He can order the investigation legal team. He’s getting it now.
Mueller’s team. “Then the an- over. According to statute, The temptation may be too alRosenstein must dismiss Muel- luring for him to resist.
swer to that is no.”
Of course, if the answer to that ler, not Trump — but an originaljpodhoretz@gmail.com
is no, then the question would
be why on earth Trump and
Giuliani would stand for the
probe continuing its work at all
when Trump has it in his power
to end it.
“Mueller owes us a report saying that Russia collusion means
nothing, it didn’t happen,” Giuliani said. “That means the
whole investigation was totally
unnecessary.” Again, if they
think this isn’t going to be Mueller’s takeaway, then why would
From the left: Wait — What If Trump Succeeds?
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Blas’ War for Inequality
ou couldn’t ask for starker proof of how
Mayor de Blasio puts special interests
ahead of public needs than his record
on letting charter schools use space the
regular public-school system isn’t using.
A new Manhattan Institute study shows
that Team de Blasio has OK’d charters’
space requests at less than half the pace of
Mike Bloomberg’s administration.
Scores of school buildings sit half-empty
across the city, with plenty of room for a
new school to “co-locate” with an existing
one.
Bloomberg approved 159 co-locations in
his last five years, averaging almost 32 per
year. De Blasio, in his first five years, has
granted just 59 — 12 a year.
The mayor’s Department of Education
creates all manner of excuses for its denials.
It even moves administrative offices into
classroom space so charters can’t use it, as
with its plan to place a “welcome center” in
the Wadleigh building in Harlem, where a
Success Academy school needs to grow.
The overall numbers also expose the
mayor’s duplicity: In the 2016-17 school
year, 192 buildings had more than 300
empty classroom seats; another 72 had
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That’s How To Negotiate
he three remaining Americans held hostage in North Korea may be released as
early as Friday, according to multiple reports — before President Trump even meets
with Kim Jong-un.
Barring any last-minute holdups, administration officials were hailing it as a significant goodwill gesture that will “factor into
future interactions” between the two nations.
Pyongyang has held all three — one since
2015, the others since 2017 — on trumped up
charges as part of its efforts to gather bargaining chips for use in discussions over its
nuclear program.
Their release early on stands in marked
contrast with the nuclear negotiations with
Iran — where the Obama administration refused to make the issue of detained Americans a precondition of talks, and instead
sent pallets of cash totaling billions to win
their release only after reaching a nuke deal.
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more than 500 empty seats. Yet the city still
turned down dozens of charter requests for
space.
This, when parents are desperate for alternatives: The recent New School report on
school choice found that 40 percent of families opt to transfer out of low-performing
neighborhood elementary schools.
Many of those families choose charters,
whose enrollment has soared from 15,545
students in 2007 to 105,065 students last year
— a tenth of the public-school population.
But de Blasio, desperate to please the
teachers union, which fears charters’ success,
is doing his best to choke off new options.
The public pays a high price for his game.
State law requires the city to cover a charter’s rent if DOE denies a reasonable request
for space; those lease payments ran $51.9
million in fiscal year 2018 and will likely hit
$62 million in 2019.
And, the MI report warns, the cost could
“easily double over the next few years if the
city continues to reject a high percentage of
charter co-location requests.”
Wasting money to deny hope to children
and curry favor with a powerful union.
That’s some war on inequality, Mr. Mayor.
Oh: And Iran has seized five more Americans since the deal was concluded, imposing
long sentences on bogus charges.
Trump doesn’t appear to be taking this naive route. National Security Adviser John
Bolton says the administration will pattern
North Korea negotiations on Libya, which
had to fully dismantle its nuclear program
before receiving any US concessions in return.
Which is the right way to handle such
fraught issues. North Korea, after all, has
successfully played too many US presidents.
Nor should anyone forget Otto Warmbier,
who died last June just days after being released by Pyongyang — in a still-unexplained vegetative state — after 17 months of
captivity.
Getting to a good deal with Kim is no sure
thing. But it looks like Team Trump at least
has its priorities straight.
The Academy’s New Rule
t seems the Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences is settling on a standard
of sorts: expelling convicted rapists.
On Thursday, it announced that its board
had ejected Bill Cosby and Roman Polanski
“in accordance with the organization’s Standards of Conduct” and as part of a drive “to
uphold the Academy’s values of respect and
human dignity.”
We flagged the Polanski problem after the
board kicked out Harvey Weinstein — who
hasn’t been convicted, though he’s admitted
to some of the accusations against him.
Polanski pleaded guilty to raping a 13-yearold girl in 1977, then fled the country rather
than serve his sentence. He’s also been ac-
cused of sexual misconduct by multiple
women, including the molestation of a 10year-old girl during a photo shoot.
Yet Hollywood long embraced him, with
multiple Oscar nominations and a standing
ovation when he won Best Director in 2003.
Plainly, the board members realized they
couldn’t expel Cosby — convicted last week
on three counts of aggravated indecent assault, for a possible 30 years in prison —
without bouncing their other rapist, too.
Even if they took just seven days to oust
Cosby and 40 years to kick Polanski out.
Then again, they’re far from the only folks
scrambling to re-examine their past conduct
in the #MeToo era.
Smearing a Good Doctor:
The War on Ronny Jackson

One would think a man
like White House doctor
Ronny Jackson, who
worked with Presidents
Barack
Obama
and
George W. Bush, merited
some assistance from the
former presidents as his
reputation was being
shredded with outright
smears (“Ronny won’t be
Don’s doc,” April 30).
Sadly, the ex-presidents
did what they did best
while in office — nothing.
Their lack of character
just shows why the nation needed to “air out”
the White House and
bring in an outsider not
afraid of his own political
shadow.
Frank Diaz-Balart
Tomkins Cove

Setting aside the allegations of misconduct
against Jackson, and
Montana Sen. Jon Tester’s role in amplifying
them, the real issue is
that the good doctor was
severely under-qualified
to run one of the federal
government’s largest and
most chronically mismanaged bureaucracies.
The idea that just by
dint of being a physician
and a veteran he was prepared to manage an
agency with a $180 billion
budget and over 350,000
THE ISSUE: Allegations made against White House
physician Ronny Jackson during his vetting for VA head.
will prove every bit as
credible as Trump claims
that those who were supposedly investigating the
birthplace of President
Obama “cannot believe
what they’re finding.”
We’re still waiting to
learn the results of that
“investigation.”
Oren Spiegler
Township, Pa.
Ronny Jackson
employees is absurd.
Serving
as
White
House doctor is one
thing; running an organization multiple times the
size of General Electric is
another. Eric Hagemann
Brooklyn

With
his usual bombast,
the president has lashed
out at Sen. Tester, the
man he holds responsible
for the downfall of his
doomed Veterans Administration nominee.
Trump claims he has
information that, if released, could ensure Tester would never again be
elected.
I think that statement

It is amazing how
quickly so much dirt was
uncovered on Jackson as
soon as he was nominated to be secretary of
Veterans Affairs. Too
quickly?
If Mother Teresa were
nominated,
someone
would find dirt on her.
Elizabeth D’Angelo
Bayonne, NJ

The tactics used to tarnish Jackson remind me
of Sen. Harry Reid
smearing Mitt Romney.
When he was called out
on his lies, he basically
said, “We won, didn’t
we?”
It seems Jackson is only
being smeared because
he was a Trump nominee.
Barry Levy
Hawthorne, Calif.
The Tragic Case of Alfie Evans

Last week, little Alfie
Evans, an English toddler
just shy of his second
birthday, died (“ ‘Pope
pal’ tot is dead,” April 29).
Any questions about
the quality of care and
the dignity of life under a
state-run system of universal health care should
now be answered.
Alfie’s parents were
worn down, threatened
with arrest and finally
stripped of their parental rights, as they fought
to save their son’s life
while he suffered a rare
THE ISSUE: The death of a terminally ill child who was
barred from leaving Britain to pursue treatment in Rome.
neurological disease.
Eager to demonstrate
state power, the British
government
defiantly
prevented this child from
being transferred to Italy
for care that Britain refused to provide.
Britain pulled the plug
on Alfie, rather than allowing his family the
right to try to save him.
Bob Kingsley
Port Dickinson
 The British government
ensured the death of a
child simply to assert
dominance over his parents.
Italy was ready and
willing to take the child,
but the Brits were intent
on showing Alfie’s parents who was boss. And
if it took letting their
child die, so be it.
Barbara Paolucci
Manhattan
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He let Russia probe go bonkers
rich
lowry
Reuters
Lightning Rod: Deputy AG Rosenstein needs to rein in Mueller’s investigation.
pointed out, Rod Rosenstein mentioned no crimes in his initial order to Mueller, a violation of the
special-counsel regulations. He
said only that Mueller should investigate collusion and anything
related. (Rosenstein followed up 10
weeks later with a more specific
memo to Mueller giving him more
detailed authority.)
Now, judging by the leaked questions, obstruction is the lion’s
share of Mueller’s work. Absent
smoking guns that we aren’t aware
of (always possible), this is bizarre
and disproportionate.
We now have an extensive ob-
struction investigation carried out
by investigators who, as a material
matter, haven’t been obstructed.
There’s been an intense focus, for
instance, on Trump’s Oval Office
discussion with then-FBI Director
James Comey about going easy on
Michael Flynn. But as Andy
McCarthy also notes, no one went
easy on Flynn, who is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to lying to the FBI.
Regardless, Justice Department
guidance says the president can’t
be indicted. If Mueller takes heed
of it, he’s limited to indicting underlings — often for lying to the
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A Palestinian President’s Downfall
P
ALESTINIAN Authority President
Mahmoud Abbas is under fire for antiSemitic remarks in a speech on Monday. The octogenarian leader blamed
the mass murder of Jews during the Holocaust on Jewish financial practices, such as
“usury and banking and such.”
The American Jewish community has
predictably unleashed a torrent of condemnations. Less predictably, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace
Process, The New York Times editorial
board and even the hard-left J Street have
piled on.
Abbas’ anti-Semitism is certainly jarring.
But it shouldn’t come as a surprise. He
wrote an entire dissertation on the “secret
relationship between Nazism and Zionism”
as a PhD student in Russia. This wasn’t a
deal-breaker for his US supporters who
have been lionizing him as a peacemaker
for more than a decade and calling on Israel to relinquish territory to him as part of
a two-state solution.
But now the tide has suddenly turned. A
growing chorus is calling for Abbas to step
down. Anti-Semitism aside, it’s only logical. The man is now 13 years into his four-
year term. He is, by all accounts, a stereo- other attacks against Israelis. And the Paltypical Arab autocrat presiding over an os- estinian Authority continues to dole out
sified political system of his own making. millions in US tax dollars to the families of
The Palestinians are more than ready for convicted or slain terrorists.
Apparently, none of this was disconcertnew leadership.
There are still some who say that he was ing enough to Abbas’ cheerleaders, who
better than Yasser Arafat, who declared have only now joined the call for the Paleswar on Israel in the year 2000 and presided tinian leader’s exit.
While his obsequious Western supportover the unraveling of the peace process
that could have earned the Palestinians a ers touted him as the next Nelson Mandela
for more than a decade, Abstate. That’s a low bar.
bas quietly created a system
Abbas, who succeeded
that made it nearly impossiArafat in November 2004,
JONATHAN
ble to unseat him. He mainhas presided over an equally
SCHANZER
tains an iron grip on the
insidious era of Palestinian
West Bank. Today, only a
rule. Corruption during his
time in office has been rampant. Billions of concerted effort from the United States
dollars in international funds that should and its European allies could prompt him
have benefited his people lined the pockets to abdicate the throne.
But even pressuring Abbas to step down
of the elite — all the while leaving the
masses seething, and blaming Israel for comes with risks. There’s no plan for an orderly succession. Palestinian basic law stiptheir woes.
Abbas has also ruled during a period of ulates that, in the absence of the Palestinunprecedented incitement. Official and ian president, the speaker of parliament
semi-official publications are rife with should take over in preparation for elecscreeds that charge Israel with “Judaizing” tions. Right now, the speaker of parliament
Jerusalem. The Palestinian press has glori- is a member of Hamas — Aziz Dweik.
Succession could also be determined the
fied perpetrators of knife, vehicular or
way it was after Arafat’s passing in 2004,
through a Palestinian leadership conclave.
The PLO leadership back then got together
in Ramallah and selected Abbas. The process was not unlike how the Vatican selects the pope — without the white smoke,
of course.
The problem with either approach is that
they leave open the possibility of another
thuggish or corrupt leader ascending to
power, thereby perpetuating the misery of
the Palestinian-Israeli conflict for another
extended period. It also excludes the Palestinian people from selecting their own
leader, for those who still care about democracy in the Middle East.
The key now is for the Trump administration and its allies in the Arab world —
notably Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and
the UAE — to lean on Abbas to prepare for
an orderly exit. He’ll fight it tooth and nail,
but this corrupt anti-Semite knows it’s
time to go.
Jonathan Schanzer is senior vice president
at Foundation for Defense of Democracies
and author of “State of Failure: Yasser Arafat, Mahmoud Abbas and the Unmaking of
the Palestinian State.”
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R
OD Rosenstein is doing a star
turn as principled defender of
the law, but he’s performed
abysmally as deputy attorney
general and President Trump
would be fully justified in firing
him.
The leaked questions special
counsel Robert Mueller wants to
ask Trump in a prospective deposition are, if accurate, a sign that
Mueller has spun out of control on
Rosenstein’s watch. The questions
suggest a free-floating investigation
of the president’s motives, undertaken by a subordinate of the president. This is unlike any specialcounsel investigation we’ve ever
seen and represents a significant
distortion of our system.
Per the questions, Mueller wants
to know how Trump reacted to
news stories in The Washington
Post. What he thought of FBI Director James Comey during the
transition. What was the purpose
of a statement he made to Maria
Bartiromo of Fox Business Network. What he meant by various
tweets about Comey. How he feels
about his attorney general.
This is a sweeping and intrusive
inquiry that isn’t just about official
acts, but about the president’s state
of mind. Mueller doesn’t just want
to know what Trump did or what
he said, but what were his thoughts
in any given moment.
These queries grow out of an
obstruction-of-justice probe centered, as far as we can tell, on
Trump’s exercise of the legitimate
powers of the presidency. Mueller
is out to prove that Trump had ill
intentions. But this is an inherently problematic inquiry that involves a subordinate secondguessing the president on highly
political questions.
It’s doubtful a president can be
guilty of obstruction of justice in
exercising his official duties, precisely because passing judgment
on the lawful acts of a president is
not a matter for prosecutors or the
courts, but for the political process. It’s another matter if a president has engaged in actual criminal conduct, like suborning perjury
or bribing witnesses, but there’s no
indication Mueller is investigating
anything of that nature.
What makes Mueller different
from previous special counsels is
that his predecessors were investigating specific alleged crimes. As
my National Review colleague Andrew McCarthy has repeatedly
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Rod the Ringmaster
FBI — and writing reports on his
findings, with Congress the most
important consumer.
This means Mueller is, in effect,
the lead investigative counsel for a
prospective House impeachment
committee. It’s an important position, just not one that should be
housed within the executive
branch.
It is ultimately Rod Rosenstein
who is responsible for the state of
the investigation. On the merits, he
should be fired and replaced by
someone willing to exercise
proper oversight of the special
counsel, beginning by forbidding
him from seeking an interview
with the president on the current
grounds or issuing a subpoena for
his testimony.
The problem is that the ramifications of a Rosenstein firing would
be difficult to predict, other than
that there would be considerable
political downside and it, too,
would become fodder for the maw
of the obstruction investigation.
A more practical lever would be
to push for Rosenstein to recuse
himself. He is a party to one of the
events that Mueller is investigating, the firing of James Comey, and
shouldn’t be overseeing a probe in
which he’s a witness.
To this point, the White House
posture toward the Mueller investigation has been to cooperate and
hope it goes away, when a root-andbranch legal and constitutional
challenge to Mueller’s work is now
what’s called for. Surely, Mueller
will want to ask questions about
such an effort, too — because he’s
the unbounded investigatory ombudsman of the Trump era.
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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
NONALCOHOLIC
From the word or phrase above, form AT LEAST 17
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
Yesterday’s word:
dirge
drily
eider
elder
elegy
elide
GREEDILY
eyrie
glide
greed
idler
ledge
leery
liege
reedy
ridge
riled
yield
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.
In case you aren’t a fan of classic
sci-fi movies, today is “Star Wars” Day.
(May the fourth ... be with you.)
A strategy the defenders can adopt
is a forcing game. They make declarer
ruff so many times that he runs out of
trumps. Then he may not be able to
enjoy his side-suit tricks.
Today’s West leads the nine of
diamonds against four hearts, and
East’s king wins. How should East
continue?
To have a chance, East must
assume West has the ace of spades. If
South had two low spades, East would
have no worries, but on the bidding
and the play to the first trick, South
will have a singleton. Even so, East has
four trumps, so he will be in control if
he makes declarer ruff twice.
If East leads a low spade, West will
win and return a spade, but when East
plays the king, South ruffs and is safe:
Dummy has a spade winner to protect
him from the force. To prevail, East
must lead the king of spades first, then
a low spade.
May the force be with you on
defense.
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
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1 Like many superheroes
6 Paper items
10 Rock-blasting equipment
14 Kind of acid used in food flavoring
15 Dos x dos x dos
16 Indian garb
17 Origami academy?
19 Chimney liner
20 Victorian, e.g.
21 Erelong
22 Physicist who left Italy in 1938
to protect his Jewish wife
23 Exhaust from the carnival food
tent?
27 Hand over
28 Small wake maker
29 Cowboy, at times
32 Scary beach phenomenon?
37 Pitcher with no arms
38 Backbone
40 Forest grazers
41 Garment tailored to flatter your
waist?
43 Growing things
44 Quotable boxer
45 Story
47 Divisive politician?
53 Filmmaker born Konigsberg
54 Barbarian
55 Nickname derived from “Mortgage Association”
58 Glasses, in adspeak
59 Boldness, and a hint to five
long puzzle answers
62 Yonder thing
63 Hawaiian island
64 She turned Odysseus’ crew to
swine
65 Antoinette preposition
66 Highland hats
67 Toys on strings
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1 Tea and cake purveyor
2 Deity with a bow
3 Rice dish
4 Finish
5 Set of related documents
6 Optimism opposite
7 Prefix suggesting affordability
8 Journalist’s question
9 Fa-la link
10 Factory equipment, e.g.
11 “The Piano” extra
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12 Publicity video
13 Peaceful protest
18 Electrical supply
22 Symbols of wealth
24 Bitter
25 Meat cut
26 Exit __
29 Penalty caller
30 Talkative “Winnie the Pooh”
character
31 Edible sphere
32 Able
33 Lazybones
34 Unappealing viscous material
35 The Beatles’ “I Saw __ Standing There”
36 Org. using wands
38 Aria, usually
39 Royal annoyance?
42 Biblical brother
43 Orator’s skill
45 Fertile Crescent waterway
46 Farming prefix
47 Some protests
48 Top dog
49 Unarmed, to a cop
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50 Modern messages
51 End of a giant sequence
52 Nail-filing abrasive
56 With the bow, on a score
57 Watchers
59 Life-saving pro
60 Airport org.
61 Spanish uncle
BUSINESS
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Bitcoin boost
AIG takes hit
Shares of insurer AIG
slumped 5.3 percent, to
$51.94, after it reported
a 21 percent decline in
first-quarter profit, due
to higher catastrophe
and bad weather claims,
as well as weaker investment income.
KKR switchin’
Blizzard fizzle
Activision Blizzard
gave a lukewarm forecast for the coming
year, renewing concern that rival Epic
Games' “Fortnite” is
stealing away customers. Shares slid 2.3 percent, to $66.82.
Apollo a loser
Apollo Global Management swung to a
loss in the first quarter
after recording just
over $67 million in
losses from its investment activities. The
private-equity firm said
it lost $58.3 million, or
34 cents a share.
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Jay Z directed to
testify in probe of
Rocawear deal
By LISA FICKENSCHER
Jay Z’s next big show will be
next week — in Manhattan
federal court.
A federal judge on Thursday granted a Securities and
Exchange Commission request to force the hip-hop mogul to be questioned as part of
a federal probe into possible
securities law violations at a
New York licensing firm.
The firm, Iconix Brand
Group, paid Jay Z, whose birth
name is Shawn Carter, more
than $200 million in 2007 to
acquire certain assets associated with Rocawear, the apparel company started by the
hip-hop star and businessman.
Iconix has since written
down the complete cost of the
Rocawear purchase.
The SEC, which is investigating whether Iconix broke
the law when reporting Rocawear’s finances, sought the
judge’s help after two civil
subpoenas were ignored, it
said.
“Carter failed to appear as
required by the subpoenas
and, through his counsel …
has declined to provide any
additional dates on which he
will agree to appear,” the
agency griped on Thursday.
Judge
Paul
Gardephe
promptly obliged, ruling that
the SEC has given sufficient
cause to compel Jay Z to testify.
Jay Z’s lawyer, Alex Spiro,
protested.
In a statement, Spiro said
Jay Z “had no role in that reporting or Iconix’s other actions as a public company,”
and that “Mr. Carter is a private citizen who should not
be involved in this matter.”
Spiro didn’t respond when
asked whether his client
would attempt to wriggle out
of next week’s court date.
The SEC said its quest to
put Jay Z on the stand “does
not reflect a determination”
that the rapper “has violated
provisions of the federal securities laws at issue in the investigation.”
Nevertheless, it added that
it wants Jay Z to testify about,
“among other things, Carter’s
joint ventures with Iconix.”
Jay Z had launched the label
in 1999 via his old music label,
Roc-A-Fella Records. The
brand generated $700 million
Command performance
Jay Z is in the legal spotlight following a judge’s
order that he attend a hearing on Tuesday
regarding his ties to Rocawear, which is owned
by Iconix, the subject of an SEC probe into
possible accounting irregularities.
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Private equity firm
KKR said it would convert from a partnership to a corporation
after US tax reform
made the tax hit less
painful, a move that it
hopes will boost its
share price by attracting more investors.
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Buoyed by news that
Goldman Sachs is
opening a crypto-trading desk, bitcoin added
6 percent on Thursday,
to $9,719.88 — taking
aim at $10,000, a level
not seen since March 8.
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in sales at the time, but has
cooled considerably since.
Its steep drop-off in sales
comes as Jay Z has had little, if
anything, to do with promoting Rocawear after the Iconix
sale, according to industry insiders.
A pair of Rocawear jeans
sells for $30 at JCPenney, and
sweat pants go for $24.99. Jay
Z has no ties with the brand
today, according to sources.
At the time of the deal, Jay Z
and Iconix said they would
form a separate joint venture
that would identify new
brands to acquire, even
though Iconix typically invested in well-established,
cash-generating brands.
All of the brands in the joint
venture — including Artful
Dodger, now available at Wal-
mart.com at clearance prices
— were flops.
The bad blood between the
star and Iconix even led to a
lawsuit last year in which
Iconix alleged Jay Z violated
the terms of their partnership.
Iconix did not immediately
return a call for comment. Its
shares closed down 7.5 percent on Thursday, at 59 cents.
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‘Over-the-top’ gives CBS stock a pop
By ALEXANDRA STEIGRAD
The good times continue to roll for
Les Moonves.
The CBS chief executive on Thursday reported a solid first-quarter performance for his entertainment company — fueled by CBS All Access and
Showtime’s streaming app.
The better-than-expected profits and
revenue from CBS buoyed investors
and sent the New York company’s
shares up as much as 3 percent in afterhours trading, to $50.14.
“We are just beginning to reap the
benefits from our position as an industry leader in delivering content overthe-top while others are just entering
this business,” Moonves told analysts
on a conference call, noting that subscribers across all channels are starting
to accelerate.
Moonves said he expects “a very
good year for advertising” driven by
political ads during the midterm elections, as well as a continued demand for
content — thanks to deep-pocketed rivals like Netflix, Amazon and Hulu.
Aside from upping its content creation game, Moonves said CBS has
been able to make money from selling
its syndicated shows like “NCIS” to
streaming services.
“CBS is operating from a position of
great strength,” said Moonves, who
added that the company will hit its financial targets through 2020.
For the quarter, CBS swung to a $511
million profit, or $1.32 a share, from a
year-ago loss of $252 million. Wall
street was expecting $1.15 a share. Revenue rose 12.5 percent, to $3.76 billion —
above the $3.64 billion forecast.
Despite all the pomp, there was a
cloud hanging over CBS, as it continues
its public and sometimes ugly merger
talks with Viacom.
CBS did not address the topic on its
conference call.
Shari Redstone, who controls both
firms via her family’s National Amusements Inc., is pressing for a deal.
Discussions have stalled, however,
over price and the make-up of the executive team under Moonves.
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Bizarre conference call and tweets by Tesla boss Nike CEO
is sorry
Musk gone wacky
By NICOLAS VEGA
Elon Musk is acting funny
lately — and Wall Street isn’t
laughing.
Tesla’s billionaire boss
freaked out investors on
Wednesday as he dismissed
analysts’ “boring, bonehead
questions” in a bizarre earnings call — the latest in a
string of odd capers that
have included joking about
bankruptcy and publicly antagonizing safety regulators.
Musk got smart-alecky on
the late-Wednesday call despite his company’s widening losses and continued failure to meet production goals
for its new mass-market
Model 3 sedan.
The result: Tesla shares
plunged 5.5 percent on Thursday, wiping out nearly $2 billion of Tesla’s market value.
“Boring, bonehead questions are not cool — next,”
Musk, Tesla’s chief executive,
declared when an analyst
asked him about Tesla’s cash
needs after the company revealed it burned a record $1
billion during the first quarter.
“These questions are so
dry,” he said a few moments
later after being asked about
Model
3
reservations.
“They’re killing me.”
Wall Street analysts were
taken aback by Musk’s outbursts, with some reckoning
he was getting loopy from
working long hours and
sleeping on the floor at
Tesla’s factory in Fremont,
Calif. — even as his other
company, SpaceX, continues
Looney tires
Concerns are mounting that
Tesla boss Elon Musk, who
tweeted this Bankwupt! beauty
last month, is losing his grip
on how to conduct himself in
financial circles. Here’s a taste of
his earnings call on Wednesday:
ANALYST:
‘And so where specifically
will you be in terms of capital
requirements?’
Shares
fell
-5.5%
MUSK:
‘Excuse me. Next. Boring, bonehead questions are not cool.’
on
Thursday
SECOND ANALYST:
‘Of the [Model 3] reservations
… can you let us know, like,
what percentage have actually
taken the step to configure?’
MUSK:
‘We’re going to go to YouTube.
Sorry. These questions are so
dry. They’re killing me.’
to launch rockets.
Signs of strangeness have
lately emerged on Musk’s
Twitter feed. On top of a recent lovefest with Kanye
West, Musk during the past
week has flummoxed users
with non sequiturs like “I
have prehensile eyebrows”
and “Yeah, most people don’t
know this, but comets r
mostly made of cocaine.”
On April Fool’s Day, Musk
took to Twitter to joke that
Tesla had gone bankrupt,
posting a photo of himself
pretending to
be passed out
drunk with a bottle of tequila.
Tesla was “so bankrupt,
you can’t believe it,” Musk
tweeted. “Despite intense efforts to raise money, including a last-ditch mass sale of
Easter Eggs.”
Tesla’s stock dropped 7
percent the following day.
A week earlier, Musk had
abruptly deleted the Facebook pages of Tesla and
SpaceX on a dare, following
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Maybe the antics are a way
of letting off steam as Musk
grapples with more-serious
problems. Musk meanwhile
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heads with the National
Transportation Safety Board,
which is investigating the fiery March 23 crash of a
Model X outside San Francisco. The driver died after
hitting a concrete median
while in Autopilot mode.
Musk has claimed
that the board is “more concerned with press headlines
than actually promoting
safety.” At the time, he meanwhile praised the US National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration,
bragging
that the agency had found
that Autopilot significantly
reduces crashes.
On Thursday, however, the
NHTSA denied this, saying it
“did not assess the effectiveness of this technology.”
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Faced with an embarrassingly toxic workplace culture
that had drawn complaints
from some female staffers,
Nike Chief Executive Mark
Parker on Thursday apologized to employees, according
to a report.
The complaints led to an internal probe — which resulted
in several high-ranking male
executives leaving their positions, including Trevor Edwards, the No. 2 executive at
the Beaverton, Ore., athletic
foot wear maker.
Edwards, the Nike brand
president, is expected to leave
the company this summer.
In a rare all-hands meeting
that packed the on-campus Tiger Woods Conference Center,
Parker told employees he
would do a better job and the
company would take seriously
complaints about workplace
culture, according to The Wall
Street Journal, which first reported on the apology.
Complaints from female employees about unequal pay and
behavior issues by some male
execs were not forwarded up
the chain of command, according to reports.
Post staff
Blue Apron
for Costco
Blue Apron Holdings said it
has started selling meal kits at
Costco stores as the food delivery company seeks to fight
rising competition and woo
back customers.
Blue Apron was one of the
first companies to deliver
meal kits for people to assemble at home. Now there are
dozens, targeting niche groups
from vegans to meat lovers.
Blue Apron shares closed up
9.3 percent Thursday, at $2.30.
Dow Jones
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JACK DORSEY
Bird bares the word.
We shutter
to think
Action-camera maker GoPro reported a 7.4 percent
drop in first-quarter revenue
on Thursday, as the company
struggled to drive demand
for its flagship cameras.
GoPro said revenue fell to
$202.35 million, from $218.61
million.
The company’s net loss
narrowed to $76.3 million, or
55 cents per share, in the
quarter ended March 31, from
$111.2 million, or 78 cents per
share, a year earlier.
The stock closed at $4.96,
barely changed.
Reuters
By KEVIN DUGAN
Kangaroo court antics
in Connecticut are
confounding the route to
justice as ex-bond trader
Jesse Litvak (pictured)
beat a fraud conviction
for the second time in
three years.
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Twitter urged its more
than 330 million users to
change their passwords after
a glitch caused some to be
stored in readable text on its
internal computer system
rather than disguised by a
process known as “hashing.”
The social network disclosed the issue in a blog
post and series of tweets on
Thursday afternoon, saying
it had resolved the problem
and an internal investigation
had found no indication
passwords were stolen or
misused by insiders. Still, it
urged all users to consider
changing their passwords.
“We fixed the bug and
have no indication of a
breach or misuse by anyone,” Chief Executive Jack
Dorsey said in a tweet. “As a
precaution, consider changing your password on all
services where you’ve used
this password.”
A person familiar with the
company’s response said the
number of affected passwords was “substantial” and
that they were exposed for
“several months.” Reuters
Silly season
whether they will try Litvak
for a third time.
“No comment beyond that
we respect the jury’s verdict
[on Demos], and we’re reviewing the Litvak decision,”
Thomas Carson, a spokesman for the Connecticut US
Attorney’s office, told The
Post.
The two cases, which
stretch back to 2013 and
were brought by former
Connecticut US Attorney
Deirdre M. Daly, were
among the most closely
watched on Wall Street be-
cause they got to the heart of
what bond traders do day in
and day out: sell their inventory for a higher price than
they paid for it — even if
they fudge the numbers a bit.
A third case against former traders at Nomura have
also led to inconclusive results. A jury found one of
three traders charged with
conspiracy and fraud guilty
of a single count — while it
cleared a second broker of
all charges and deadlocked
on a third.
The third defendant will
be retried in July.
Lawyers for Litvak have
argued that what he did was
no different from what a
used car salesman does —
and while that may have
been a little shady, it wasn’t
illegal.
“Bluffing or lying or puffing about your cost in a negotiation was never a crime,
is not a crime and should
never be a crime,” Demos
said outside of court after
being cleared by the jury, according to Bloomberg.
kdugan@nypost.com
It looks like dark times
ahead for this “Flash Boy.”
New York’s highest court
on Thursday upheld a conviction against former Goldman Sachs programmer
Sergey Aleynikov — likely
ending a nine-year legal
odyssey over the theft of “secret sauce” trading code used
by the banking giant.
The Court of Appeals thoroughly trashed Aleynikov’s
argument that he didn’t break
larceny laws because they
only apply to physical things.
The code, he argued, was
exempt from the definition
written in the law.
The court didn’t buy it.
In a 7-0 ruling, Judge Eugene M. Fahey, writing for the
court, said, “By its very nature, an idea, be it a symphony or computer source
code, begins as intangible
property. However, the medium upon which an idea is
stored is generally physical,
whether it is represented on
a computer hard drive, vinyl
record, or compact disc.”
The ruling comes a week
after a New Jersey federal
court judge dealt another
blow to the ex-Wall Street
computer whiz.
The judge ruled that Goldman Sachs doesn’t have to
foot Aleynikov’s legal bills —
which have risen to about $10
million.
Kevin Marino, a lawyer for
Aleynikov, said he was “disappointed” in the New York
ruling, but vowed to make a
motion that would set aside a
previous jury’s guilty verdict.
Anchors a-weigh for ‘Watchers’
Whoa! Estée
Lauder on go
Weight Watchers is tipping the
scales on Wall Street.
Shares of the Oprah-endorsed diet
company popped by more than 7 percent in after-hours trading Thursday,
to $74.75, as it reported that one million new subscribers signed up during
the first quarter — bringing total
membership to a record 4.6 million.
At the same time, operating income
more than doubled, to $62 million, as
revenues grew 20 percent, to $408
million.
The growth comes as the company
Estée Lauder’s better-than-expected earnings results got a
bump from travelers in need of
fragrances on the go.
CEO Fabrizio Freda said travel
retail took off in every region, especially the US and Canada, which
experienced double-digit gains.
Asia also saw “strong” growth.
“We are seeing the clear success
of our high-end fragrance strategy
in the travel channel,” Freda said.
Shares rose 1.2 percent Thursday, to $134.12.
Post wires
By LISA FICKENSCHER
makes its program less punitive —
adding more foods like fish, chicken,
and eggs that don’t need to be
weighed and measured — and as it relies more heavily on celebrity endorsements.
Its growing stable of celebrities and
social media influencers include hiphop impresario DJ Khaled and New
Jersey filmmaker Kevin Smith — selfproclaimed “fat man” Kevin.
About 40 percent of the company’s
new members had never tried Weight
Watchers, Chief Executive Mindy
Grossman said.
Dieters are sticking with Weight
Watchers longer — more than nine
months, or 15 percent more than they
did three years ago.
“We don’t see Weight Watchers as a
program you choose for a few
months,” Grossman said. “It’s a continuous journey.”
While most diet companies get their
biggest boost in the first quarter of the
year, Weight Watchers is launching a
summer marketing campaign for the
first time.
The company’s shares are up 200
percent in the last year, far outpacing
the 10 percent rise in the S&P 500.
lfickenscher@nypost.com
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‘glitch’
What’s the matter with
Connecticut?
Two major Wall Street
corruption cases fell apart
on Thursday — dealing a
one-two punch to the federal
government’s push to clean
up lying and bad behavior
among bond traders.
In one case, a federal appeals court, for the second
time, tossed the conviction
of former Jefferies bond
trader Jesse Litvak.
The appeals court ruled
that the trial judge allowed
testimony that could have
tainted the jury.
The same Hartford trial
judge in 2015, during Litvak’s
first trial, improperly barred
certain testimony that could
have cleared the former
mortgage bond trader, the
appeals court ruled.
Less than two hours after
the Litvak ruling, a Hartford
federal court jury found former Cantor Fitzgerald mortgage bond trader David
Demos not guilty of charges
that he lied about prices of
mortgage bonds.
The black eye for prosecutors shows that juries won’t
automatically buy the idea
that lying about bond prices
amounts to fraud.
“Juries seem to be open to
the idea that there is some
shading and exaggeration
that may go on in that trading world,” Harry Sandick, a
partner
at
Patterson
Belknap, who was not involved in either case, told
The Post.
Prosecutors said Thursday
they have not yet decided
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Sergey
beaten
Feds lose 2 key bond trader cases again
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Time
draws a
crowd
Pandora
persists
A great catch
Crowds of
suitors are
eager to get
their hands
on classic
mag titles
like Time.
150+ kick the tires
By KEITH J. KELLY
ORE than 150 suitors
are circling some or
M
all of the four magazines
that Meredith is selling off
— Time, Sports Illustrated,
Fortune and Money — Media Ink has learned.
“The deadline is May 11
for first-round bids,” according to Meredith CEO
Tom Harty, who spilled
the beans to Media Ink on
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the surprising number of
potential buyers on Thursday following the company’s first-ever NewFront
presentations.
Harty said that interest is
coming from a wide variety
of sources, including tech
companies, digital publishers, venture funds and
wealthy individuals.
Meredith picked up the titles as part of its $2.8 billion
acquisition of Time Inc. in
January. In March, Meredith
said it planned to divest the
four within 60 to 120 days.
One industry source said
that at least one company
had tried to make a preemptive bid of $325 million
for all four titles — but
Harty insisted that no firm
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offers had been made.
“We had a lot of expressions of preliminary interest
before,” Hardy said. “That’s
why we decided to go ahead
with it” and put them on the
block.
The
company
hired
Houlihan Lokey to divest
Sports Illustrated — and
Meredith expects the title to
fetch more than $150 million, one source said.
The other three titles are
being handled by Citigroup.
Fortune alone is expected to
attract in excess of $100 million, Meredith is saying, and
it would inevitably be packaged with Money, according
to one source.
Time magazine, the onetime flagship of 95-year-old
Time Inc., is said to be only
marginally profitable —
breakeven to a few million
in profit. That’s a far cry
from the nearly $100 million
in profit it cranked out in its
heyday in the late 1990s. But
the magazine still has prestige value — not to mention
a huge digital audience.
Meredith said it will entertain offers separately or
as a package.
In one development —
which could loom large in
the environment in which
advertisers are questioning
ad fraud — Meredith’s president of national media, Jon
Werther, said that the company will guarantee for its
big advertisers that their ad
spend will lift sales.
“We don’t just drive media-ad spending — we guarantee it,” said Werther. The
company, which has 42
brands, had already made
the guarantee for its print
brands.
“We offer a lot of sizzle,”
Werther said. “It’s always
backed up with substance.”
exited in April after only
three months as the chief
content officer of Tribune
Interactive.
Meanwhile, three months
after Tronc announced that
bio-tech billionaire Patrick
Soon-Shiong agreed to buy
the Los Angeles Times and
the San Diego UnionTribune for $500 million,
the deal has not closed —
and Tronc has not received
The shake-up continues at a check.
And McCormick Media,
Tronc.
Colman Andrews, one despite filing a 13D saying it
of the best-known food had voting control of former
journalists in the country, is chairman Michael Ferro’s
out as editorial director of 25.7 percent stock holdings
The Daily Meal, an online — making it Tronc’s largest
foodie site that Tronc shareholder — has not
bought last June when it closed that deal either, the
was still trying to expand its company said.
In a subsequent SEC filing
national verticals.
Within three months of on April 23, McCormick
the purchase, Jim Span- Media said it was in talks
feller, the site’s founder, with a “significant” sharewho stayed involved as holder
holder about
about aa cooperative
cooperative
venture
Tronc’s SVP of dede­
venture —
— but
but did
did not
not
reveal the identity
velopment, was
Get
more
of the other sharegone.
The ouster of
Media Ink at holder or exactly
what was being
Andrews — a
discussed.
founder
of
But observers note
Saveur in its glory
that if Soon-Shiong and
days — raises questions of just how solid McCormick teamed up,
Tronc’s digital initiatives re- they’d control more than 50
percent of the common
ally are.
A Tronc spokesperson stock.
And tellingly, sources rehad not returned calls by
vealed to Media Ink that
press time.
The digital side of the Sargent McCormick-Colpublisher has been in tur- lier and Soon-Shiong have
moil since dozens were laid indeed spoken in recent
off and Lewis D’Vorkin days.
kkelly@nypost.com
Tronc agita
NYPOST.COM
Despite intensifying competition from larger rivals,
Pandora Media reported a
smaller-than-expected quarterly loss on Thursday as the
music-streaming
service
provider benefited from
higher subscription revenue
and smaller declines in its
advertising business than
feared.
Shares of the Oakland, Calif.-based company rose 7.8
percent, to $6.21, after the
bell.
The company said total
subscription and other revenue surged 61.3 percent to
$104.7 million, slightly above
analysts’ estimates.
Pandora’s advertising revenue fell 3.9 percent to
$214.6 million, but topped
analysts' estimate of $198.7
million.
The company faces stiff
competition from deeppocketed music streaming
rivals such as Apple’s Apple
Music and Sweden’s Spotify
Technology, whose results
on Wednesday failed to enthuse investors.
Reuters
Kagan ups
Wein bid
Broadway producer Howard Kagan said he has raised
his last-minute bid for the
Weinstein Co. in another
push to acquire the TV and
film producer, which filed for
bankruptcy in the wake of harassment claims against cofounder Harvey Weinstein.
The Weinstein Co. on
Tuesday selected Lantern
Capital’s $310 million bid for
the company and rejected an
offer from Kagan that he said
was worth $315 million.
“We have increased our offer to $325 million, matching
Lantern’s cash bid and providing the cash needed to satisfy
Lantern’s
alleged
breakup fee claims,” Kagan
said in a statement on Thursday.
Reuters
Kellogg’s Q1
in the chips!
Kellogg’s quarterly results
topped Wall Street forecasts,
getting a boost from sales of
snacks such as Pringles and
protein bars. The company
has strengthened its bet on
growth in Africa with a $400
million investment. Reuters
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The latest in movies, music, theater and more
MOMMY COOLEST
By SARA STEWART
W
Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images
Diablo Cody, pictured here in 2013 with husband Dan Maurio and two
of their kids, had a tough time after giving birth to her third child.
HEN screenwriter
Diablo Cody had
her third child, life
got unexpectedly
weird.
“I felt very overwhelmed and anxious, and I was
having a lot of professional stress,”
says Cody, who had previously
juggled two kids and a thriving
career. “I haven’t spoken that much
about this, but I definitely went
through something rough. I just felt
like I was drowning. Like I was sinking to the floor of the ocean. And I
thought to myself, ‘I wish someone
would swim down and pull me back
up.’ That’s where ‘Tully’ [Cody’s
new dramedy] came from.”
The film, out Friday, stars
Charlize Theron as an exhausted
mother of two small children and
a newborn. Her affluent brother
(Mark Duplass) insists on hiring
her a night nanny, named Tully
(Mackenzie Davis). An unexpected
friendship blossoms between the
two women in the film, which is
tinged with the same dark humor
as “Young Adult,” the previous collaboration between Cody, Theron
and director Jason Reitman (who
also teamed with Cody for “Juno”).
Over the course of making
“Young Adult,” Cody says, “Jason
and I both became obsessed with
[Theron]. There’s just nobody like
her. We had always said, ‘How can
we work with Charlize again?’”
Theron put on a much-discussed
50 pounds to play the role of Marlo,
“who’s really an Everywoman,”
says Cody. “Everyone’s fascinated
when someone who looks like her
transforms themself. To me, it just
showed a commitment to the role,
to the realism of the movie. But
it’s not that big of a deal.” (Theron
has echoed that sentiment in
interviews.)
More important, Cody thinks,
is to represent the experience
many new mothers have of feeling
completely overwhelmed — and,
often, being unable to articulate
that they’re in the surreal depths of
postpartum depression.
“When you’re in it, it’s impossible to see the end of it,” she says.
“It feels permanent.” For Marlo,
salvation comes in the form of the
enigmatic and vaguely mystical
Tully, who enables her to get a good
night’s sleep and begin to feel like
herself again.
In the real world, this is a solution only available to those who can
afford to throw money at the problem — a tale of two parenthoods
starkly outlined in the film.
“Marlo’s brother is rich, and
everything at their house is hunkydory,” Cody says. “If they have a
dinner party, they can just send
their kids into another room with
a nanny.”
Cody has seen this firsthand
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turned her struggles with postpartum depression into a darkly
comic movie about motherhood
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Charlize Theron
stars as an
exhausted mom in
“Tully,” written by
Diablo Cody.
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living among the well-to-do in Los Angeles.
“There are a lot of very happy mothers here, because they’re very
well rested,” she says. “They have a lot of help. And it’s very easy to
say, ‘Oh, I’m gonna have a fourth child,’ when you’re not struggling
financial y. When you can leave anytime to go to SoulCycle. That’s
very di erent than the experience I witnessed growing up in
Illinois, around working-class people, when you have two
working parents and it’s tough to make ends meet.”
The screenwriter, whose real name is Brook BuseyMaurio, says the past decade has been “kind of a blur.”
While in her 30s, she moved from Minneapolis to LA, won
an Oscar for her wildly unique fi st screenplay for 2007’s
“Juno” and embarked on a high- ying film writing career.
She got married for the second time and “started popping
out kids,” says Cody. “By 37, I had just had my third, and I
owed a major project to a big movie studio.”
Cody, who had children with her actor-producer husband Dan Maurio after she’d had some success, could
have a orded a night nanny.
“But I didn’t do it with my fi st two kids, because I
was very stubborn and quite judgmental about it,” she
says. “I’m ashamed of that now. After doing it [with my
third child], I realized it’s the most amazing thing ever.
Every mom should have this support system. When you’re
well rested you’re a better parent, you’re a better person.
To be able to wake up and be there for your other kids
— that’s huge.”
Beyond mothering, she says, “Tully” is about transitioning into a new phase of adulthood.
“Honestly, what it really is about is growing up
and coming to terms with the fact that you’re not
young anymore,” she says. “It’s about more than
parenthood — it’s really more about realizing,
holy s--t, I’m turning 40, and there’s suddenly a lot
more expectations, personally and professionally.
It’s scary.”
Cody says she’s fought to keep her children separate from the often-intrusive industry in which she
works.
“My kids are completely sheltered from Hollywood,”
she says. “If you said the words ‘Diablo Cody’ to my
kids, they would not know what you were talking
about.”
She hopes other mothers see “Tully” and feel a twinge
of recognition, of “being represented in a movie,” she
Diablo
says. “It seems like most stories about men have been
Cody earned
told a million times, and there are a lot of stories about
a Best Original
women that have not been told a million times. Because women have not been invited to tell them.
Screenwriting Oscar
“I guess,” she says, “that’s been my mission for
for her 2007
every fil I’ve worked on.”
film “Juno.”
Gloria Steinem has called her “the closest thing
to a superhero I know.” Her childhood friends
called her “Kiki.” Lilly Ledbetter, whose activism
resulted in 2009’s Fair Pay Act, says, “She may be
small, but she’s got a firm backbone.” Supreme
Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the subject
of a new documentary, “RBG,” that looks back
over the life of the diminutive, 85-year-old
justice. Here are seven surprising facts we learn
about the Brooklyn native.
She attended
Cornell
University
as an
undergraduate at a
time when there was
a quota: four men for
every woman. “My first
semester at Cornell,”
she says, “I never went
on a repeat date.”
She met her future
husband, Marty, there,
and the two married
at the end of college.
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TULLY
Mike Blake /Reuters
Ginsburg inspires
a love supreme

Mackenzie Davis (left) helps Charlize Theron with
her baby in the dark mom-com “Tully.”
At Harvard
Law School
in the 1950s,
she was one
of nine women in a
class of more than
500 men. The dean
had a dinner for
first-year women,
she says, and “he
asked each of us
what we thought we
were doing, taking
a seat that could be
occupied by a man.”
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Motherhood is messy
in “Tully,” the third
collaboration
between director
Jason Reitman
and writer
Diablo Cody
(“Juno,” “Young
Adult”). Charlize
Theron (also of
“Young Adult”) stars
as Marlo, a frazzled
mother of two young
children and a newborn,
whose wealthy brother
(Mark Duplass) offers
to pay for a night nanny
(Mackenzie Davis).
Theron’s Marlo is a former
Bushwick-dwelling hipster
who married a workaholic
(played by Ron Livingston),
moved to the suburbs, had
three kids and finds herself
sleepwalking through life.
Theron, sporting a flabby
post-pregnancy belly, draws
you into her existential
ennui — but there’s always
a vein of Cody’s snappy
humor underneath, paired
with a fierce maternal
instinct. When told her son
is too “quirky” to function
in his current school, Marlo
snaps, “Do I have a kid or a
f --king ukulele?”
When she
argued her
first case
in front of
the Supreme Court,
1973’s Frontiero v.
Richardson, she said,
“I knew that I was
speaking to men who
didn’t think there
was any such thing
as gender-based
discrimination, and
my job was to tell
them it really exists.”
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Reitman directs with an
empathy for mothering
that never shies away
from its darker side: One
scene that sees Marlo
accidentally dropping her
iPhone on the baby was
apparently drawn from
several of his mom-friends’
anecdotes.
Enter Davis as Tully, the
boundlessly enthusiastic
night nurse who gently
shoos Marlo off to bed as
she takes the baby into
her care. Suddenly, “it’s
like I can see color again,”
says Marlo after sleeping
through the night for the
first time in ages.
As Tully teaches Marlo
the art of self-care, you
begin to worry she’s getting
entirely too attached to a
person whose role is to pop
in when most needed and
leave after a few weeks. The
film’s resolution is best left
seen for yourself, but suffice
to say this is a take on the
realities of motherhood
that dares to go where
few mainstream films have
gone.
Running time: 94 minutes.
Rated R (profanity, nudity).
Now playing. — Sara Stewart
She is a horrible
cook. “My father
did the cooking
and my mother
did the thinking,” her
daughter, Jane, jokes.
“To this day,” son
James says, “I can’t eat
swordfish after what
she did to it.” Marty
confirms this: “Ruth is
no longer permitted
in the kitchen, by the
demand of our children,
who have taste.”
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Hot Ticket
Sleeping with
strangers!
Baby opera is
serious about its
art, but crying is OK
By HAILEY EBER
Brian Zak/NY Post
E
VEREST didn’t really connect with
the opera until, about two-thirds into the show, he final y got his hands
on a pair of glasses. Up until that
point, he was findin “BambinO”
a bit difficul The music was a touch too
intense, the plot too enigmatic and the
other babies perplexing.
“BambinO,” at the Metropolitan Opera
through Saturday, is a 40-minute opera
created just for 6- to 18-month-olds. Everest is my 9-month-old baby, and the glasses in question weren’t theater spectacles,
but rather my own pair of prescription
specs that currently function as a sort of
hard plastic Tom Ford teddy bear.
Once in possession of his beloved lenses, he was able to enjoy the spectacle.
Babies are allowed to roam freely
across a stage that’s painted like a sky
and covered with pillows. Two feathered Opera singers interact with the
tots as they perform a mostly wordless
story sung in Italian. They o er no patronizing instructions or explanations.
Overwhelmed by it all, Everest spent
most of the show on my lap, clinging to
me and letting out the occasional cry.
But, that’s totally OK.
“That’s what you’re supposed to do
when you go to the opera, you get emo-
tional and you cry,” says the show’s director, Phelim McDermott.
Soprano Charlotte Hoather, who plays a
bird who find a golden egg, says she
doesn’t alter her performance style much
for pint-sized Puccini lovers.
“We sing the same, unless we’re really,
really close [to a child],” she says. “It’s like
a proper opera and a real experience.”
But the diapers set can be a particularly
challenging audience.
“You can’t drop the ball,” she says.
“They’ll just get really bored really quickly.
They’ll start crying ... adults will sit there
disappointed, but they won’t make noise.”
Baritone Timothy Connor, who also
plays a bird, notes that there are some
technical challenges that come with having 25 babies crawling about.
“It’s kind of like [ ying into] JFK,
[while] dodging laser beams,” he says.
The free show, a commission from the
She likes the
recent nickname
“Notorious RBG.”
When asked if she
was uncomfortable being
compared to a rapper,
she said, “Why should I
feel uncomfortable? We
have a lot in common.
First and foremost, we
were both born and
bred in Brooklyn.” She
has been known to give
“Notorious RBG” shirts
as gifts.
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Scottish Opera, has been performed
throughout Europe and the slots were
quickly booked up for its NYC run.
“[Babies] in Paris, are really reserved
and they take it all in,” Hoather says. New
York babies, by contrast, are more bold.
“They’re confident straight away. I loved
it, they were in the space!”
The show concludes with a lovely moment. A floc of new birds hatch and Connor and McDermott hand out small,
stu ed chirping toys to the kids.
Previously, when Connor was singing
“Uooovvvooooo,” nearly in his face, Everest hadn’t known what to make of the
singer, with his ru y shirt and blue-painted eyebrows. But, when Connor approached with a plush peace o ering, he
was mesmerized. Maybe Everest was nally able to appreciate the beauty of the
opera. Maybe he was just happy to have a
colorful new toy. Either way, bravo.
People send
her collars to
wear with her
Supreme Court
robes. A lacy white one,
from law clerks at the
University of Hawaii,
includes beads from the
beach and is the one
she uses to announce
majority opinions.
Another, with sparkly
black beading, is what
she wears to announce
dissenting opinions.
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She thinks
Kate
McKinnon’s
portrayal
of her on “Saturday
Night Live” is
“marvelously
funny.” Asked if
she thought it was
anything like her,
she says, “Not one
bit. Except for the
collar.”
— Sara Stewart
Don’t feel bad if you nod off during this
classical-music concert: That’s kind of the
point.
Max Richter’s 8¹/₂ -hour-long “Sleep” is
scientifically designed to help you doze. You
can listen to the lengthy lullaby on streaming platforms — or experience it live this
weekend.
Richter, who composed the music for
HBO’s “The Leftovers,” believes in the importance of proper shut-eye. “The time you
spend sleeping is really the only noncommodified time we have,” he tells The Post.
“And most people aren’t getting nearly
enough.”
For “Sleep,” which combines piano chords,
electronic music and vocals, he worked
closely with neuroscientist David Eagleman
to mimic the rhythms of sleep and find the
best zzz-inducing frequencies (“It’s the low,
sonorous tones you’d expect,” he says).
Since its 2015 debut, “Sleep” has amassed a
cult following, some of whom have turned
up for performances across Europe, Australia and, most recently, South by Southwest in Austin, Texas.
For the concert’s New York debut, 160
Beautyrest mattresses and beds will be
wheeled into downtown’s Spring Studios,
which will be equipped with blackout blinds.
Dress tends to be casual, says Richter, who’s
seen a number of people wearing animal
onesies.
Doors for Friday and Saturday night
shows open at 9, leaving concertgoers an
hour and a half to settle into their beds
before the American Contemporary Music
Ensemble starts to play.
There’s no one right way to listen, Richter
says: “Some people lie down right away and
fall asleep; others sit upright and really try to
stay awake to the whole thing to listen.
Some move around a little and do some light
yoga stretches.”
With any luck, you’ll manage to drift off at
some point. But if not, that’s OK: Richter
himself manages to stay awake throughout.
“I could never fall asleep listening to music!” he says. “My brain would be working the
whole time.”
Beautyrest presents Max Richter’s “Sleep,”
Spring Studios, 50 Varick St. Friday and Saturday
nights. Tickets are $250 on Eventbrite.com.
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The classical piece “Sleep,” to be performed
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Soprano
Charlotte
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baritone
Timothy Connor
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attentive tots.
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A
ON BROADWAY
Eugenio Derbez and Anna
Faris star in a failed reboot.
Shipwreck
OVERBOARD
Director Friedkin recalls a different world
for stars of his 1970 ‘Boys in the Band’
The stars of Broadway’s newly revived “The Boys in the Band” (above) are openly gay,
something unheard of in 1970, when acting in Friedkin’s movie (inset) meant taking a risk.
fueled the writing.
Th
The pl
play opened o Broadway and was an immediate hit, propelled in part by
an exceptional cast, including
Laurence Luckinbill, Leonard Frey, Cli Gorman, Peter
White and Keith Prentice.
When Friedkin saw the play,
he made a key decision.
“I loved those guys,” he says.
“And I told Mart, ‘We’re not going to cast anybody but them.’ ”
Theater bu s cherish the
movie because it’s a record
of the original production,
though Friedkin says he didn’t
shoot “The Boys in the Band”
like a stage play.
“I moved it around like it
was a Luis Buñuel film ” he
says with a laugh.
He shot the opening in Greenwich Village, and it’s fun to see
what the neighborhood looked
like in 1969, decades before Marc
Jacobs stores lined the streets
and luxury apartment buildings
shot up along the Hudson.
While the play is set in the
Village, the apartment in the
movie is on East 68th Street.
At the time, it belonged to the
actress Tammy Grimes.
“Mart knew her, and he
brought me up to look at her
place,” says Friedkin. “She was
very open to it. The scenes
where they’re hanging crepe
paper and getting ready for the
party were shot in the daylight on
her deck. We moved into a studio
to shoot the night scenes.”
Frey has an unforgettable
turn as the lethally bitchy Harold, who was based on Howard
Jeff ey, a Broadway choreographer who died of AIDS in 1988.
Frey also died of AIDS, as
did some other members of the
original cast.
The straight members of the
cast — Gorman, Luckinbill
and White — took a risk to
be in the movie. Their agents
warned them that they would
lose jobs if they did. Luckinbill,
in fact, was dropped from a tobacco commercial.
“They did the movie because
the roles are just so damned
good,” says Friedkin, who also
directed “Cruising,” the 1980
Al Pacino thriller whose gaythemed violence touched o
controversy.
Written a year before the Stonewall riots, “The Boys in the Band”
is a time capsule, to be sure, but
Friedkin says it meant a great deal
to a generation of gay men.
“I hear from guys all the
time that this was the fil that
helped them come out of the
closet,” says Friedkin, now 82.
“It gave them the courage not
to be ashamed.”
You can hear Michael Riedel
Monday through Friday on “Len
Berman and Michael Riedel in
the Morning” on 710 WOR radio.
Robert Trachtenberg
N all-star cast began
previews this week for
“The Boys in the Band,”
Mart Crowley’s 1968
play about a group of
gay men who throw a party —
and plenty of bitchy zingers.
So it seemed fi ting to catch
up with William Friedkin, the
Oscar-winning director who
made the 1970 movie.
The actors in the Broadway
revival — Jim Parsons, Matt
Bomer, Andrew Rannells
and Zachary Quinto, among
them — are openly
y gay.
ga
Fifty years ago, that
would have been
unthinkable.
“When we made
‘Boys in the Band,’
you couldn’t say
you were gay and
get a job,” says
Friedkin, who
also directed “The
French Connection””
and “The Exorcist.””
o’s
But Friedkin, who’s
straight (wife No. 1 was Je
Jeanne
Moreau, wife No. 4 is Sherry
Lansing), didn’t think twice
about making the movie.
“I didn’t give a ying f - - k
into a rolling doughnut about
any of that,” he says over lunch
at the Carlyle Hotel. “And you
know why? Because the play
is brilliant. The characters are
fine y drawn and there is wonderful wit. It’s a bit reminiscent
of Oscar Wilde. It can be mentioned in the same sentence.”
Crowley wrote “The Boys in
the Band” at a low point in his
life. He was “down on my ass
and dead broke,” he once told
me, and was house-sitting for
actress Diana Lynn in Beverly
Hills. He’d gone through a heavy
period of drinking and, trying to
keep his head clear, rattled o
the play in four days by the pool.
“A great combination of anger and despair,” he said,
BOY TROUBLE
★
Hollywood isn’t just churning out
crummy remakes of great films
anymore — now it’s doing awful
remakes of mediocre films.
For evidence, see “Overboard.” Or,
rather, don’t.
Who needs an updated version of
that bizarre Goldie Hawn-Kurt
Russell comedy in which a rich
woman tumbles off her yacht, wakes
up with amnesia and is kidnapped by
a man with a mullet? Nobody.
But we got one anyway, starring the
much less appealing duo of Anna Faris
and Eugenio Derbez. It really sinks.
The biggest change from the 1987
original is that the genders are flipped.
Instead of Russell’s brutish contractor, the kidnapper here is a single mom
(Faris), who delivers pizzas when she’s
not in nursing school. Rather than
Hawn’s caviar-scarfing socialite, the
victim is a spoiled heir (Derbez) of a
billionaire. After he plummets from
his boat, Faris tricks this amnesiac into
thinking she’s his wife.
The filmmakers here clearly think
that their gender swap is a heroic act
of progressivism. But when it comes
to being a detestable character, like
Faris’ Kate, gender doesn’t matter.
Plausibility does, though. In 1987,
it was conceivable that a person
could disappear and nobody would
notice. But if the son of the third
richest man in the world fell to his
oceanic death today, it would be on
every TV channel and Web site. This
movie takes place in Oregon — not
Myanmar. That Leo goes weeks
without seeing his face on a screen
is completely ridiculous.
After “Overboard,” amnesia
sounds quite nice.
Running time: 112 minutes. Rated
PG-13 (suggestive material, nudity,
language). Now playing.
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By JUSTIN TERRANOVA
INTO THE LEIT:
Giancarlo Stanton will
get the respect of
Yankees fans once he
starts putting up
numbers in pinstripes
at the Stadium, says
Al Leiter, who was in
a similar situation 20
years ago when he
was traded from the
Marlins to the Mets.
Al Leiter remembers coming to Shea Stadium after
he was traded to the Mets
in 1998 from the Marlins
and the pressure that came
with that situation.
“I knew as good as I felt
and I had some pretty decent
years before that, I had to do it
in a Mets uniform, in Shea Stadium, for these fans to respect
me,” said Leiter, now an MLB Network and YES analyst.
“Once you get a base, a résumé in front
of them, then you can afford a stretch
when you are not as productive.”
Giancarlo Stanton can relate, with a
chorus of Bronx jeers ringing in his ears
to prove it. The Yankees slugger — also
traded from a Marlins team that was in
the midst of a fire sale — is off to a disappointing start overall and a downright
miserable one in The Bronx, where the
Yankees return Friday night after an
impressive road trip to Anaheim and
Houston.
“He’s a streaky hitter and we’re waiting for that hot streak to kick in. At
times it looks like he’s caught in between waiting for a fastball or chasing
breaking stuff out of the zone,” YES
Network analyst David Cone said.
“Pitchers kind of sense that, can sense
when they are guessing and that makes after the season’s first month.
“He’s controlling the strike zone much
him a little vulnerable. Once he gets on
a hot streak, though, he can roll it out better than he has in the past,” Cone said.
“You can’t get him to chase the pitcher’s
for a long period of time.”
That time could be coming. Stanton has pitches anymore because he anticipates
shown signs of breaking out of his early- what they are trying to do a lot better. He
season malaise on the road, including a knows that pitchers aren’t going to give
two-homer performance in Wednesday him that many pitches to hit. He’s taking
night’s 4-0 win against the Astros. Doing walks, which is big leap in his approach
it at home — where he is hitting .182 with from years past.”
The shortstop’s rise has further
29 strikeouts in 16 games — against the
lengthened a Yankees
Indians and Red Sox
lineup that has Aaron
would be a good next
Judge, Gregorius, Stanstep.
ton and Gary Sanchez
“It’s gotta play on
set up through the midyou. You want it so
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badly, you want to do
SATURDAY, 1:05 P.M., YES
“They consistently
it for your hometown
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put a good at-bat tocrowd,” Leiter said.
gether: see a lot of
“It’s got to affect you.
pitches, go deep in the
It’s not about what’s in
count. They will walk,
the bank, not about
TUESDAY, 7:05 P.M., YES
even though the strikewhat you’re making.
WED., 7:05 P.M., YES, ESPN
outs are high, with
That is totally not releTHURSDAY, 7:05 P.M., PIX11
Stanton leading the
vant. When you’re in
way,”
Leiter
said.
the battle you are not
“However, you will get guys who will
thinking about that crap.”
Didi Gregorius was once in Stanton’s take a base. Judge shows an amazing dicleats. Gregorius’ expectations were not chotomy to me because he strikes out
born from MVP credentials or a $325 and walks so much, too. … What Didi
million contract, but instead stepping does so well, when he is in a pitcher’s
into Derek Jeter’s massive shadow. After count, he will go the other way, up the
a miserable start in pinstripes, Grego- middle, which really says a lot about his
rius went from a solid player to a bud- ability to hit.”
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TNT play-by-play man Brian Anderson talks to The Post’s Justin Terranova about the genius of Brad Stevens,
dealing with criticism in Philadelphia
and hanging with his analyst Kevin
McHale.
Q: What have you learned from
your time covering Brad Stevens?
A: I’ve been around Brad Stevens
since his Butler days. He is emotionless when it comes to evaluation. He’s
incredibly detail-oriented and there’s
a reason and purpose behind every
decision, and I think players appreciate that. There’s the constant worry
about interactions with players about
feelings (being) hurt, the respect factor. He has crossed over that threshold as well as anyone. It’s not personal, these are the facts. If you want
to play, that’s your responsibility.
Q: The Philly Voice recently
criticized you for not giving former 76ers GM Sam Hinkie proper
credit for The Process during a
broadcast. Why’d you decide to
respond to that on Twitter?
A: I rarely respond, but the one
thing about that criticism was the
headline that TNT failed to mention
Sam Hinkie and I didn’t want our
crew to shoulder that burden. There
was a sense that there was a conspiracy to purposely omit Sam Hinkie
from the narrative and that was not
the case. ... It was a bad choice of
wording, not some conspiracy.
Q: It seems the Hinkie fans in
Philadelphia are very loyal?
A: It’s very similar to the baseball
analytics crowd. It’s the same culture.
There’s very few who are walking the
fence. You are either in on analytics
or you’re not. In this case
it’s The Process versus
Who Deserves the
Credit. There’s a lot
of credit to be
spread around with
what this team has
accomplished:
Hinkie, (Bryan) Colangelo, Brett
Brown, the players
clearly.
Q: Can you compare the atmospheres
in Philadelphia and
Boston?
A: The fan
experience has been phenomenal.
For Philadelphia it’s been since 2012,
and it’s been a sense of relief with
cautious optimism. Very loud, celebrities everywhere. They are engaged
with every play. Boston is very interactive. It takes me awhile to slow my
brain down after games and go to bed
because you feel that buzz between
your ears, the constant noise and energy in the room.
Q: What is it like going around
in Boston with McHale?
A: It’s like walking around with a
rock star still. He’s an everyman in a
lot of ways and an icon in a lot of
ways. He’ll walk the streets of Boston when we are going out to dinner and people shout out his name.
He’s friendly and signs everything. And he’s really great with
tickets and restaurant reservations, too. We got to see Game 3
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New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
A PHOTO
ODYSSEY
By BARBARA HOFFMAN
T
 A 1948 photo of a Columbia University scientist suggests “Dr. Strangelove.”
 Kubrick’s girlfriend, Toba Metz, posed for his “Life
and Love on the New York City Subway” series.
 Photos of Rocky Graziano in the
nude never made it into the mag.
His aim is true — and truly twisted
BAD SAMARITAN
★★
T
HIS thriller plays like an unambitious episode of “Black
Mirror,” low on technosavvy but enhanced by the always-compelling David Tennant
and Robert Sheehan, an Irish
actor best known for his role
on the British series “Misfits ”
Tennant, working the creep vibe
he used to such great e ect in
Net ix’s “Jessica Jones,” plays
a well-to-do psychopath in this
wobbly a air, which sees petty
thief Sean (Sheehan) trying to
rescue an imprisoned woman
(Kerry Condon) he discovers
while robbing a mansion.
It happens to be the home
of Tennant’s Cale Erendreich,
an “American Psycho”-meets“Equus”-type villain obsessed
with horses, surveillance
systems and, in a groaningly
familiar trope, abducting and
torturing women. Sean is an
aspiring photographer who runs
a valet service with his buddy
Derek (Carlito Olivero) — and
a side gig breaking and entering
while the vehicle’s occupants
are at dinner. The duo’s method,
which involves using a car’s
GPS system to direct them to
the houses, seems spotty at
best; how many people need
directions to their own homes?
It’s only the opening salvo in a
fil full of dubious plot devices,
which makes a certain amount
of sense coming from Dean Devlin, director of the equally silly
if fairly enjoyable “Geostorm.”
Sometime later, Sean’s girlfriend
(Jacqueline Byers) is imperiled,
too. Initially, Cale snares Sean’s
racy photos of her and distributes them to a classroom full of
her college peers, a move that
recalls some of the stupider moments of “Gossip Girl.”
Still, despite all the eye-roll-
causing dialogue and
implausible developments, Tennant’s
sheer malevolence
holds your attention.
There’s also a single
line just 10 minutes
from the end credits
— and not one I’ll spoil
here, even by saying whose
it is — that’s so funny, and so
perfectly delivered, it almost
makes this whole ridiculous
thing worthwhile.
Running time: 110 minutes.
Rated R (profanity, violence,
nudity). Now playing.
— Sara Stewart
David Tennant makes a compelling
psychopath in Dean Devlin’s thriller.
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Kubrick’s genius shines in these early pics
club dancer named Rosemary Williams, his
brooding, dark looks suggesting a young
Bela Lugosi.
WO decades before he tackled outer
Like Diane Arbus, whose photograph of
space, Stanley Kubrick explored New
twins he famously copied in “The Shining,”
York City’s parks, nightclubs and subhe embraced the grotesque. At a fashion
ways, his 35 mm camera at the ready.
shoot at Aqueduct Racetrack, young Kubrick
The future “2001: A Space Odyssey”
turned his camera on blind beggars and
filmma er was only 17 when he
grizzled bettors. At a circus training camp, he
started shooting for Look magazine, but even
focused on a tattooed man with nipple rings.
then it was clear: That gawky kid from The
Assigned to Columbia University, a postBronx had a singular, somewhat sinister
World War II home for scientists,
way of seeing the world.
Kubrick caught one researcher in
“Through a Di erent Lens:
John Lennon-like round sunglassStanley Kubrick Photographs,”
The
future
es beholding a bright cathodewhich opened Thursday at the
director shot some
ray tube — a possible prototype
Museum of the City of New
15,000 images for
for one of Peter Sellers’ “Dr.
York, gives us more than 120
Look magazine
Strangelove” characters.
hints of the director Kubrick
before moving on.
Not surprisingly, Look didn’t
would become. Curators Sean
Corcoran and Donald Albrecht
publish most of those photos, nor
sifted through about 15,000 images
the ones he took of figh er Rocky
the young Kubrick shot for the biGraziano in the nude.
Occasionally, Kubrick enlisted friends to
weekly magazine, beginning in 1945, when
get the images he wanted: That comely bruhe was a student at Taft HS.
nette snuggling against another passenger on
“He basically had the nerve to go up to
the subway was his high-school girlfriend,
Look’s editors and show his work and sell it,”
Toba Metz: the future (fi st) Mrs. Kubrick.
Corcoran says of Kubrick, whose fi e years
“This quiet, brown-eyed youngster ...
with the now-defunct magazine e ectively
dreams of the day when he can make docufunctioned as his college of the arts.
mentary films ” Look’s editors wrote of their
His fi st published photo — of a dejected
prodigy, who quit in August 1950, after shootnewsstand vendor flan ed by papers aning his fi st newsreel.
nouncing President Roosevelt’s death — ran
They had no idea that Kubrick, who
in April 1945. By October 1946, he was on
sta , making $50 a week. His colleagues
died in 1999, would give us so much more
formed what they called the “Bringing Up
than that.
Stanley Club,” part of which entailed get“Through a Di erent Lens: Stanley Kubrick
Photographs,” on view through Oct. 28 at the
ting Kubrick out of saddle shoes and into a
Museum of the City of New York, 1220 Fifth
jacket and tie. An early selfi catches him
Ave., at 103rd Street; MCNY.org
in the mirror alongside a bikini-clad night-
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Hot Ticket
Gown and
country
By GREGORY E. MILLER
Paul’s show in 2015, and in
March, she won an “All Stars”
edition of the series. She also
HEN a drag queen reco-hosts “The Trixie & Katya
leases a song, it’s usually
Show” on Viceland with fela safe bet that it’ll be a club
low drag queen Katya Zamotrack designed to get bodies
lodchikova.
bouncing on the dance floor.
Mattel independently reBut Trixie Mattel has used
her cowgirl boots to kick that leased the album “Two Birds”
last year and followed it with
trend to the curb, launching
“One Stone” in March. In her
a music career as a countryact, she dresses like a Dolly
folk singer-songwriter.
Parton version of a Barbie
The 28-year-old “RuPaul’s
doll, playing guitar and autoDrag Race” veteran will play
two shows Saturday at Irving harp while singing surprisingly earnest songs about
Plaza as part of her “Now
heartbreak and
With Moving Parts” music
dreaming big.
and stand-up tour across
“Honestly,
North America.
it’s the drag
“I’ve always hoped
that probaand dreamed that I
bly made
would get to play venany of this
ues like this,” Mattel
possible,”
tells The Post. “Howsays Mattel.
ever, when I was 14
“I’m a
years old, sitting
strong musiat a tree barecian, but I’m
foot, learning
a boringto play Johnny
looking white
Cash music, I
guy . . . So bedid not picing able to
ture myself
look cool
doing this
really opens
in drag.”
a lot of
Born in
doors.”
the small
Trixie Mattel is playing two shows
Asked
town of
Saturday night at Irving Plaza.
why so
Silver
many other drag queens stick
Cliff, Wis., as Brian Firkus,
to the club-track formula,
Mattel cut her teeth as a drag
Mattel says, “I think drag
queen in Milwaukee in a colqueens just see it as this oplege production of “The
portunity, like, ‘If someone
Rocky Horror Picture Show.”
makes a beat and I speak over
She went on to compete on
it, I’m going to be incredible.’ ”
the seventh season of Ru-
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Jonathan Cain (far right) co-wrote Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” with Steve Perry (2nd from right) and Neal Schon (far left).
Hard to ‘Believe’
Journey keyboardist tells tale behind group’s megahit in new book
By HARDEEP PHULL
I
T’S the song that truly does go on
and on and on and on . . .
Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin’ ”
was a Billboard Top 10 hit upon its
release in 1981, but it’s a song that still
gets blasted out of TV shows, karaoke
nights and sporting events. And it’s
given the band, which plays Madison
Square Garden on a double bill with
Def Leppard on June 13, continued relevancy in the digital age.
“It’s a song that gives permission to
dream, and to a large extent, people
always want that as a possibility,” keyboardist Jonathan Cain tells The Post.
“There’s always a midnight train going
somewhere for everyone.”
Cain’s new memoir is named after
the rock classic he helped write.
Here, he reveals some things you
might not know about the song —
from its inspiration to how, 37 years
after its release, it is still earning
Journey some serious coin.
Cain’s dad came up with the title
While Cain was searching for a
break with his first major group, the
Babys, during the ’70s, his father,
Leonard, offered some encouragement, telling him, “Don’t stop believin’. ”
“I wrote the phrase down in my
notebook and it sat there for five
years,” says Cain, 68. He joined Journey in 1980 and when his bandmates
asked for some ideas during the writing of the 1981 album “Escape,” he
pulled out that title and worked on
“Since Soundscan started measurthe lyrics with singer Steve Perry
ing sales in 1991, it’s earned over $10
(guitarist Neal Schon also has a writmillion,” says Cain.
ing credit).
“And that’s not counting the 10
“After that, my dad said, ‘Well son,
years before that. This first
it’s a good thing you didn’t
quarter of 2018, it earned
stop believing!’ ”
four times as much as
There’s a little
any other Journey
of the Boss in it
song.”
By the time Cain
He didn’t
joined Journey,
want the
he was already a
‘Glee’ rendibig Bruce
tion to win a
Springsteen
Grammy
fan. And he
The version
says that the
sung in the piBoss’ influence
lot episode of
can be felt in
“Glee” in 2009
“Don’t Stop Beearned a
lievin’. ”
Grammy nomina“Bruce wrote
tion for Best Pop
about what I
Performance by a
wanted to write
Duo or Group With
about: cars, girls, being
Pop Vocals the followon the street at night,”
ing year — but Cain
says Cain.
“It was American culThe cast of “Glee” earned wasn’t rooting for the
show.
ture. I couldn’t help put
a Grammy nod for its
“The ‘Glee’ producers
a little bit of that into
rendition of “Don’t Stop.”
did a great job, but it
the Journey mixture.”
would have been
It’s still a huge
strange to have the ‘Glee’ version win
moneymaker
a Grammy, when Journey doesn’t
When “Don’t Stop Believin’ ” inihave any,” says Cain. “So I was in the
tially became a hit, Cain treated himweird position of hoping Train would
self to a Porsche. Then, in 2007, after
win, even though they were up
it was featured in the now-famous fiagainst our song! I remember texting
nal scene of “The Sopranos,” it betheir singer Pat Monahan and saying,
came the most downloaded song of
‘I’m praying for you, man!’ ”
all time for a short while. Today, the
Train’s “Hey, Soul Sister” ultimately
song remains a windfall for the San
nabbed the award.
Francisco band.
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Steakhouse | Est. 1926
KELLARI TAVERNA lives up to its credo, "Enter
as Strangers, Leave as Friends," in every
way. At the center of Broadway theaters and
Fifth Avenue shopping, this "Cellar" exalts
intelligent hospitality and fresh, sustainable
seafood, prepared simply, Greek style. The
cordial and savvy service team taps 400
wine choices in the Cellar to pair perfectly
with choose-your-own-fish-and-see-itgrilled, as well as market-fresh suggestions.
Beyond maritime meals, Kellari's other
Greek fare is spot-on - authentic, flavorful
and delicious. Pre- or post-theater ($34.95
or $39.95 for two or three courses), Guests
leave happy.
IL CORTILE
125 Mulberry St.
212-226-6060
www.ilcortile.com
IL CORTILE is a family owned neighborhood
staple for over 40 years. A perfect place for
your holiday party! The Esposito family
continues the tradition of sparing nothing to
provide the highest quality ingredients and
is dedicated to presenting one of the most
innovative menu’s in NYC. Our extensive a la
carte menu is sure to appeal to even the
pickiest of pallets, as well as a wide variety
of pre fix menus for group gatherings, and
all our dishes are inspired by the very old
and the very new in the best Tradition of
fine Italian cuisine.
FRANKIE & JOHNNIE’S
320 West 46th St.
212-997-9494
www.frankieandjohnnies.com
In the heart of the Theater District, Frankie &
Johnnie’s Steakhouse is a celebrated
Broadway fixture and a New York Institution.
It is the longest running show on Broadway
(as well as one of the city’s oldest continued
dining establishments) having first opened
as a speakeasy in 1926. Whether you are
going to the Theatre, visiting New York, or
are one of our regulars, please join us for a
wonderful dining experience and be part of
our continued legacy.
Join us for cocktails, lunch and dinner.
Private dining rooms are available.
Steakhouse | Est. 1926
FRANKIE & JOHNNIE’S
32 West 37th Street
212-947-8940
www.frankieandjohnnies.com
The 37th Street branch of the family-owned
steakhouse minichain, 2 in Manhattan and 1
in Rye N.Y., has all the warm woody charm of
the original former townhouse fo the
legendary stage and screen icon John
Barrymore. The décor of this location was
designed to compliment John Barrymore’s
Study Room with its working fireplace,
stained glass ceiling panels and dark
mahogany walls. Add to the mix their
critically acclaimed dry-aged steaks, and
award winning wine list, professional and
friendly service and it is no wonder that this
location packs them in for lunch, dinner and
private parties. Not to mention the active
bar scene.
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19 West 44th St.
212-221-0144
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boulos, AlAn s, 67 Fields end dr
glenmont nY 12077
boyd-goFF, nAncy, 111 leroY st BingHamton nY 13905
boykins, stephen A, 596 vermont st
aPt 2F BrooklYn nY 11207
boyRiven, heAtheR, 5 glen ter cHaPPaqua nY 10514
bRAce, Ruth, 398 greenBelt PkwY
Holtsville nY 11742
bRAdFoRd, victoR, 232 old niskaYuna
rd latHam nY 12110
bRAdt, jeFFRey, 2 Paradise ct coHoes
nY 12047
bRAdy, elizAbeth, 25 nePtune Blvd aPt
7H long BeacH nY 11561
bRAdy, MichAel p, 19 trinitY Place
selkirk nY 12158
bRAMbeRgeR, chRistA, 628 swaggertown rd scotia nY 12302
bRecht, chARles, 17 Huntington ave
BuFFalo nY 14214
bReMeR, pAtRiciA, 8260 elmer Hill rd
rome nY 13440
bRennAn, Ashley, 20 wincHester Pl
loudonville nY 12211
bRennAn, jenniFeR, 4041 state route
31 canastota nY 13032
bRieF, eRic, 206 9tH ave aPt 4s7 new
York nY 10011
bRien, dAniel o, 34 glen roYal dr
averill Park nY 12018
bRill, deiRdRe, 13 lexington ave aPt 9
BrooklYn nY 11238
bRockington-coleMAn, lisA, 8 taHoe
ct coram nY 11727
bRoneR, chRistopheR, 936 n quaker
ln staatsBurg nY 12580
bRonzo, elise R, 32 w Pleasant st aPt
5 Hamilton nY 13346
bRooks, Mel s, 74 woodman Park
rocHester nY 14609
bRounscheidel, tRishA, 1623 PHilliPs
rd aPPleton nY 14008
bRoWn, dAniel, 194 main st scHagHticoke nY 12154
bRoWn, jeFFRey, 9 glendale ave
delmar nY 12054
bRoWn, john, 149 lewis st endicott
nY 13760
bRoWne, Alice, 364 6tH ave BrooklYn
nY 11215
bRuteR, innA, 313 w 57tH st aPt 2B
new York nY 10019
bRydA, donAld, 659 maPle ln scHenectadY nY 12309
buckhuRst, pAul, 290 riverside dr aPt
10a new York nY 10025
buckley, kAtie, 225 golden rod ln
rocHester nY 14623
buehleR, donnA, 107 cleveland dr
centerPort nY 11721
buell, tRAcy A, 153 w 75tH st aPt B
new York nY 10023
buFF, MARk A, 23 walnut st 1st Floor
BingHamton nY 13905
bullock, FAith, 142 Horizon view dr
Farmingville nY 11738
bunkoFF, cARolyn, 3 teasdale ct
watervliet nY 12189
buRnhAM, peteR t, 27 BeecH rd Potsdam nY 13676
buRns, elizAbet, 14 draPer st oswego
nY 13126
buRns, MARgARet, 255 vrooman ave
amsterdam nY 12010
buRton, AnitA, 253 wasHington ave
scHenectadY nY 12302
busAny, john, 88 sPook rock rd suFFern nY 10901
bush, Al, 20 w 120tH st aPt 4 new
York nY 10027
bussu, nissiM, 1716 e 7tH st BrooklYn
nY 11223
butleR, diAne, 22 camPBell rd BingHamton nY 13905
butleR, leslie, 624 salt Point tPke
PougHkeePsie nY 12601
bynoe, dAWn jAnel, 17719 145tH ave
Jamaica nY 11434
cAceRes, letitiA, 110 lenox rd aPt 3e
BrooklYn nY 11226
cAcioppo, chARles A, 12320 metroPolitan ave kew gardens nY 11415
cAldeR, AlAn, 3 BaYview rd Port JeFFerson nY 11777
cAMille, gibson, 418 Jerome st
BrooklYn nY 11207
cAMpAnARo, cAitlin, 783 state route
49 cleveland nY 13042
cAMpbe MoRAn, jonAthAn, 314 w
101st st aPt 10 new York nY 10025
cAMpbell, kAthleen, 59 maPle st
walden nY 12586
cAMpos, jAnAinA, 11118 43rd ave
corona nY 11368
cAnAdAy, AndReW, 35 ten eYck st aPt
2l BrooklYn nY 11206
cApobiAnco, AMbeR, 1120 outer dr
scHenectadY nY 12303
cARdonA, AlitsiA F, 321B w Post rd
wHite Plains nY 10606
cARey, MichAel, Po Box 631 clark
mills nY 13321
cARley, bRiAn d, 184 kent ave aPt d413
BrooklYn nY 11249
cARlson, bARbARA A, 34 ten Broeck
ave kingston nY 12401
cARlson, dAvid, 20 excHange Pl aPt
2004 new York nY 10005
cARMody, susAn, 257 w 121st st aPt 5
new York nY 10027
cARoll, MichAel, 2230 n Forest rd
BuFFalo nY 14221
cARp, AubRey, 514 BaY ridge PkwY aPt
2d BrooklYn nY 11209
cARpiniello, jenniFeR, Po Box 889
Brewster nY 10509
cARRigAn, thoMAs b, 250 excHange
Blvd rocHester nY 14608
cARRillo, joAnne, Po Box 340183
BrooklYn nY 11234
cARRion, Wesley, 1 sHore dr setauket
nY 11733
cARRoll, jAMes, 343 state route 79
343 nY rte 79 windsor nY 13865
cARuso, steFAno, 7 HuB rd east
setauket nY 11733
cARvAjAl, vlAdiMiR, 45 PondField rd
w Bronxville nY 10708
cAsey-MeyeR, jAne, 283 alexander
ave Bronx nY 10454
cAsso, dAvid, 42 kellar ave scHenectadY nY 12306
cAstAgnA, M A, 10170 leFFerts Blvd
soutH ricHmond Hill nY 11419
cAstillo, edison, 5145 48tH st woodside nY 11377
cAsuRAs, kevin, 548 7tH ave troY nY
12182
cAtAlAno, benjAMin, 20 continental
ave Forest Hills nY 11375
cAtAnzARo, dAvid c, 77 stella dr
gardiner nY 12525
cAtts, jiMMie, 122B soutH ave PougHkeePsie nY 12601
cAtucci, AdRiAn, 513 Harvard ct
amsterdam nY 12010
cAWley, MARy, 10 nortH st goldens
Bridge nY 10526
cAzAlet, cARl v, 2563 western ave
altamont nY 12009
ceRRoni, itAlo, 20 edgewood ave glen
Head nY 11545
chAize, dAniel o, 101 Patroon dr
guilderland nY 12084
chAMbeRlAin, shAtinA, 871 westcHester ave Bronx nY 10459
chAndhok, vARun, 5626 woodruFF dr
clarence center nY 14032
chAndleR, MARy e, 357 e 57tH st aPt
14F new York nY 10022
chAng, steven, 189 scHermerHorn st
aPt 6g BrooklYn nY 11201
chAung, noRMAn, 1322 avenue v Fl 1st
BrooklYn nY 11229
chen, chARlie, 5321 7tH ave BrooklYn
nY 11220
cheney, cAssAndRA, ellicott Place
aPts aPt 10 BuFFalo nY 14209
cheng, Ming-cheng, 65 leroY st
Potsdam nY 13676
cheung, joAn, 350 w 43rd st aPt 29e
new York nY 10036
childs, RobeRt, 10 maPle st aPt B4
BrooklYn nY 11225
chisling, hARRy j, 450 Park ave s rm
200 new York nY 10016
chlypAvikA, bARbARA, 384 stone st
oneida nY 13421
cho, cARolyn k, 375 Hudson st 17tH
Fl new York nY 10014
choi, bRiAn j, 63 Jackson st aPt 1B
BrooklYn nY 11211
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
chou, tiMothy, 16 asHland ave new
HYde Park nY 11040
chRistiAn, RAndy, 3 rensselaer dr
sPring valleY nY 10977
chu, jAne M, 7014 165tH st FresH
meadows nY 11365
chun, kARen j, 315 e 65tH st aPt 7a
new York nY 10065
ciARMiello, sueAnne, 305 deBBie dr
scHenectadY nY 12306
ciciolA, RAndy, 100 nePtune ave new
rocHelle nY 10805
cincottA, MARy e, 7733 alBanY Post
rd red Hook nY 12571
cingRAnelli, dAvid, 3149 BriarcliFF
ave vestal nY 13850
citRon, RAndi, 6617 douglaston PkwY
little neck nY 11362
clApMAn, peteR c, 3 valleY rd scarsdale nY 10583
clARke, eileen p, 66 longview ave aPt
2 wHite Plains nY 10605
clAyton, Wendy, 3344 state route 7
JoHnsonville nY 12094
cleMons, kiM, 27 catHerine st
tonawanda nY 14150
clinton, cAndAce l, 2601 glenwood
rd aPt 6d BrooklYn nY 11210
cochRAne, hARRy, 214 grand st aPt 4r
BrooklYn nY 11211
cohen, cRystAl, 8 Francis ct glen
cove nY 11542
cohen, RobeRt, 270 w end ave 5s new
York nY 10023
colAo, AndReW j, 11 BeecHwood rd
Bronxville nY 10708
colehAMeR, RAyMond, 249 krumkill
rd slingerlands nY 12159
coleMAn, kiMbeRly, 90 wasHington st
# 21 new York nY 10006
coles, ARicA g, 249 scHoolHouse rd
alBanY nY 12203
collins, dAniel, 2 BaYard st aPt 3c
BrooklYn nY 11211
collins, tiMothy F, 305 e 40tH st aPt
16e new York nY 10016
colnick, dAvid, 23 williams Blvd aPt
2B lake grove nY 11755
coMMeRcio, vincent n, 275 e main st
mount kisco nY 10549
cone, stephen M, 83 sunset dr rocHester nY 14618
conlAn, RAchel A, 21 Bank st aPt 2F
new York nY 10014
connoRs, MARjoRie, a-8 HamBurg nY
14075
conti, MARk t, 34 colonial ave BuFFalo nY 14217
continelli, tRAcey A, 14 meadow lane
latHam nY 12110
conWAy, juliA A, 6 water waY newBurgH nY 12550
cook, keRRy, 2700 watson Blvd aPt 12
endicott nY 13760
copA sAnchez, yuRisAn, 75 strong st
rocHester nY 14621
coRcoRAn, keRRi c, 162 madison ave
aPt 2 alBanY nY 12202
coRdARo, MAttheW, 2203 clover ct
east meadow nY 11554
coRley, tony, 10 w 135tH st aPt 4k
new York nY 10037
coRvAcho, ceciliA, 4146 52nd st
woodside nY 11377
cosgRove, elizAbet, 4600 9tH ave aPt
305 BrooklYn nY 11220
cosseR, MelissA, 818 dewitt st sYracuse nY 13203
costA, MARy, 266 wasHington ave aPt
c3 BrooklYn nY 11205
council j, RobeRt l, 9730 57tH ave aPt
16l corona nY 11368
cove, Ruth, 120 w 70tH st aPt 7c new
York nY 10023
coven, jonAthAn, 800 riverside dr aPt
3e new York nY 10032
coWen-Wilson, heAtheR, 788 Bagdad
rd Potsdam nY 13676
coyne, MeRedith, 3145 37tH st. 2 Fl
astoria nY 11103
coyne, pollyAnn e, 149 mountainview
terrace rensselaer nY 12144
cRAcchiolA, iAn, 182 norFolk st new
York nY 10002
cRAM, donAld, 104 e 5tH st oswego
nY 13126
cRAnny, veRonicA philoMenA, 5 teramar waY wHite Plains nY 10605
cReighton, jill, Po Box 617 laurel
nY 11948
cRill, tiMothy, 3e denise dr latHam
nY 12110
cRoss, Alec, 281 n collingwood ave
sYracuse nY 13206
cRostA, elizAbeth, 166 duane st aPt
10B new York nY 10013
cRupi, joAnn, 23 s lake ave alBanY
nY 12203
cRuz, ARiel, 46 argYle st rocHester
nY 14607
cRuz, eMMAnuel, 4835 46tH st aPt 2H
woodside nY 11377
cRuz, RosAlind, 3516 34tH st aPt 6c
astoria nY 11106
cuevAs, loRenA e, 707 BeverleY rd aPt
6e BrooklYn nY 11218
cuRRAn, MARiA, 136 n cHestnut st aPt
22d new Paltz nY 12561
cuRtis, shAWn, 13 n oxFord st BrooklYn nY 11205
dAggeR, denis, 985 manor ln BaY
sHore nY 11706
d Agostino, MARgueRi, 90 Presidential Plz sYracuse nY 13202
dAke, RobeRt, 23 HigH manor dr aPt 1
Henrietta nY 14467
dAlFonso, RAlph, 13907 Henskee rd
alden nY 14004
dAlton, lindA d, Po Box 192 cliFton
Park nY 12065
dAMAskos, john, 2 morgan ave
canal Port JeFF station nY 11776
d AndReA, joseph e, 4 overlook dr
gansevoort nY 12831
d AndReA, nicholAs d, 60 e olive st
long BeacH nY 11561
dAniel, elAine, 216 e 74tH st aPt 26
new York nY 10021
dAnnenhoFFeR, RAyMond, 108 caPen
Blvd BuFFalo nY 14226
dAnnhAuseR, stephen j, 1035 5tH ave
new York nY 10028
dAshnAW, heAtheR, 15 BircH glen dr
waterFord nY 12188
dAveRsA, cAndice M, 1813 morningview dr Yorktown HeigHts nY 10598
dAvidson, MARiAn, 155 w 68tH st aPt
1915 new York nY 10023
dAvis, cheRyl, 47 mulBerrY st rHineBeck nY 12572
dAvis, loRi, 1304 w lake rd Heuvelton
nY 13654
dAvis, MichAel, 210 old Post rd
Ballston sPa nY 12020
dAWson, sue e, 417 PennsYlvania ave
scHenectadY nY 12303
de bARd, philip e, 32 Brentwood dr
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
deAns, nijA, 600 Franklin ave unt 161
garden citY nY 11530
deeR, jessicA, 306 Ferndale dr sYracuse nY 13205
deeR, tAMARA, 233 BeacH 137tH st
rockawaY Park nY 11694
deFRAncesco, AndReW, 231 w neck rd
Huntington nY 11743
dejesus, enRique, 1941 amsterdam
ave scHenectadY nY 12303
dejulio, colette M, 15 cHinquaPin ave
east greenBusH nY 12061
dekeyzeR, AliciA, 5911 college Hill
rd vernon center nY 13477
del gReco, elizAbeth, 58 lawrence dr
aPt d wHite Plains nY 10603
delAMAteR, lAWRence, 580 sleePY
Hollow dr sHirleY nY 11967
delAney, edWin M, 1281 ProsPect ave
BrooklYn nY 11218
deleMos, Michelle, 11 weatHerstone
waY smitHtown nY 11787
deleon, ceciliA, 38 Hamilton Pl tarrYtown nY 10591
dellA pennA, nick, 42 oBrien glenwaY
oswego nY 13126
dellApoRtA, pAMelA, 525 e 72nd st
aPt 6F new York nY 10021
deloRenzo, thoMAs, 282 new salem
soutH rd voorHeesville nY 12186
delucA, vincent c, 11 locust Hill rd
maHoPac nY 10541
deMARiA, gAbRiel, 399 ringgold st
Peekskill nY 10566
deMeo, john, 7234 Belleview dr
scHenectadY nY 12303
denis, kiMbeRly M, 14 greensBoro
Blvd cliFton Park nY 12065
deRMody, gRegoRy, 107 madison st e
rocHester nY 14445
deRyugA, vyAcheslAv, 9841 64tH rd
aPt 6a rego Park nY 11374
detWeileR, kAthleen, 4 Parkside dr
lake katrine nY 12449
devine, tRAcy, 1437 1st ave new York
nY 10021
devito, sheilA, 30 sunset Hill rd
Putnam valleY nY 10579
di giAcoMo, FRAncis, 123 mamaroneck
ave aPt 304 mamaroneck nY 10543
diAz bAtistA, AncelMo, 4580 Park ave
aPt 5a Bronx nY 10458
diAz, cRucitA, 3659 somerset ln
HamBurg nY 14075
diAz, MARio, Po Box 901 sleePY Hollow nY 10591
diAz, sAntos, 3665 6tH st BuFFalo
nY 14219
dibneR, dAvid, 60 w 23rd st aPt 938
new York nY 10010
dickeR, dAniel, 228 Forest dr JericHo
nY 11753
dickson, RobeRt h, 111 governor dr
scHenectadY nY 12302
dicuollo, lino, 251 w 19tH st aPt 1e
new York nY 10011
digiovAnnA, joseph, 20 garden st
Potsdam nY 13676
diMARiA, chARles, 12037 raPids rd
akron nY 14001
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
FRend, pAtRick, 360 smitH st aPt 4J
BrooklYn nY 11231
FRenkel, RobeRt, 1284 e 8tH st BrooklYn nY 11230
FRiedMAn, lipA, 260 HooPer st BrooklYn nY 11211
FRonk, MAggie, 23 camP rd rexFord
nY 12148
FRons, MARc s, 223 mauJer st aPt 4a
BrooklYn nY 11206
FRuchteR, joseph, 24 cedar ln unt 3c
monseY nY 10952
FRuisen, FRedeRick, 17 cook cir
gansevoort nY 12831
FRyeR, iAn g, 25B Pointe west dr
cliFton Park nY 12065
gAch, kARen g, 12 colonial grn
alBanY nY 12211
gAFFney, elizAbet, 44 van scHoick ave
alBanY nY 12208
gAhAMAnyi, chRistelle, 2 canField
ave aPt 313 wHite Plains nY 10601
gAi, WeiMing, 9921 67tH rd aPt 5F Forest Hills nY 11375
gAiney, debRA, 3691 state HigHwaY 68
rensselaer Falls nY 13680
gAllo, dAvid k, 250 w 49tH st ste 204
new York nY 10019
gAllone, jessicA l, 10 milemore dr
nortHPort nY 11768
gAlpin, RobeRt, 916 delaware ave aPt
2e BuFFalo nY 14209
gARciA, luis A, 248 delaware ave Fl. 2
alBanY nY 12209
gARciA, MichAel j, 9 wedgewood rd
new HartFord nY 13413
gARy, joyce, 453 3rd ave troY nY
12182
gAssMAn pARkeR, MonikA, 165 HomecroFt rd sYracuse nY 13206
gAtes, AlyssA M, 22 main st aPt 4
HYde Park nY 12538
gAtes, lAuRen, 237 clarice Blvd
HolBrook nY 11741
gAuthieR, colleen, 352 cHarlton rd
Ballston sPa nY 12020
gAzivodA, jelenA, 4 HardenBurgH ln
rosendale nY 12472
geFtMAn-gold, hAyley, 70 remsen st
aPt 2B BrooklYn nY 11201
gehen, iRene, 54 waltercrest ter
BuFFalo nY 14224
gehRig, FRAnces, 263 s oHioville rd
new Paltz nY 12561
gelleR, stephen, 100 remsen st aPt
1g BrooklYn nY 11201
gelles, kARen, 234 2nd ave saint
James nY 11780
gendleR, dAniel, 300 e 40tH st aPt 23x
new York nY 10016
genovA, nAncy, 3 lakeview ct Haverstraw nY 10927
gentile, MonicA, 5 Possum ln east
setauket nY 11733
geRbe, WilliAM, 3015 Farm walk rd
Yorktown HeigHts nY 10598
geRMony, MichAel p, 8644 knaPP rd
west Falls nY 14170
giAcAlone, joseph, 177 union st aPt 5
PougHkeePsie nY 12601
giAncolA, chARles, 8525 woodBox rd
manlius nY 13104
gibbs, jenniFeR k, 57685 main rd
soutHold nY 11971
giebel, jeAn, 10 wagon ln levittown
nY 11756
gilstRAp, john, 1485 5tH ave aPt 25F
new York nY 10035
ginzbeRg, jAiMie, 243 w end ave aPt
805 new York nY 10023
giottA, MARgA, 1403 roYce st aPt 2P
BrooklYn nY 11234
gipp, doReen, Po Box 173 knox nY
12107
gist, donnA, 25 samuels PatH Po Box
985 miller Place nY 11764
glAdding, seAn, 29 larksPur dr
Ballston sPa nY 12020
gliMM, jAMes, 120 e 81st st aPt 12e
new York nY 10028
gloveR, AlexAndRA, Po Box 17 morristown nY 13664
gnip, vlAdMiR, 1460 605tH st west
BaBYlon nY 11704
goetz, AndReW, 27 BantrY ct Huntington nY 11743
goetzl, dAvid c, 1114 46tH ave aPt 3c
long island citY nY 11101
gold, AndReW, 111 16tH st Fl 3
BrooklYn nY 11215
goldbeRg, ARnold, 3518 overlook ave
Yorktown HeigHts nY 10598
goldstein, helyn s, 11 Paddington rd
scarsdale nY 10583
gonyeA, kAthleen, 22 amHerst rd
massena nY 13662
gonzAlez, evelyn, 1001 grand concourse Bronx nY 10452
gonzAlez, heAtheR, 29 catHerine dr
selden nY 11784
goodRich, dAvid, 62 kelseY ave Huntington station nY 11746
goRdon, neil, 454 HenrY st BrooklYn
nY 11231
gottlieb, hoWARd, 100 wurts st
kingston nY 12401
gould, jAcqueline j, 4722 Pinecrest
ter eden nY 14057
gRAFF, AMy e, 1854c wHiteHaven rd
grand island nY 14072
gRAnAtA, nicole, 39 grand st aPt
3206 mamaroneck nY 10543
gRAnde, Anthony l, 106 lower newtown rd waterFord nY 12188
gRAnt, jA WAndA s, 334 Hooker ave
aPt 4 PougHkeePsie nY 12603
gRAss, AdAM, 25 moseman ave katonaH nY 10536
gRAves, tjAde, 919 Park Pl aPt 5c
BrooklYn nY 11213
gRAziAno, nicholAs, 142 Front st aPt
2 BingHamton nY 13905
gReen, jenyA, 1 Hanson Pl aPt 14H 11l
BrooklYn nY 11243
gReen, Michelle M, 404 Ballston rd
scHenectadY nY 12302
gReenbeRg, kARen, 6934 180tH st
FresH meadows nY 11365
gReenbeRg, RobeRt M, 417 Park ave
aPt 4e new York nY 10022
gReenWell, RogeR, 10825 72nd ave
aPt 4J Forest Hills nY 11375
gReisleR, peteR F, 5 lent ct aPt 20
scHenectadY nY 12306
gRieco, vincent, 7 FamilY cir lee
center nY 13363
gRieR, AlexAndR, 15 w 84tH st aPt 5d
new York nY 10024
gRiFFin, AlFRed W, 43 w 75tH st aPt 2a
new York nY 10023
gRiFFiths, lydiA A, 2542 Banker ave
scHenectadY nY 12309
gRigoRyev, seRgey, 747 turF rd valleY
stream nY 11581
gRiMshAW, Wendy, 205 middle rd trlr
36 oswego nY 13126
gRinvAlsky, jenniFeR, 5 BircHwood
dr s saugerties nY 12477
gRock, nicole c, 9 cornsilk road
watervliet nY 12189
gRodeR, theResA, 4039 Burke ct
seaFord nY 11783
gRondAhl, MARy, 5031 coons rd
scHenectadY nY 12303
gRubb, jAnice, 5078 college st HamBurg nY 14075
gRun, AndRei, 9 e 62nd st oFc 1F new
York nY 10065
guARAscio, loRi, 94 wildwood dr
Pearl river nY 10954
guARini gottbetteR, loRi, 995 5tH ave
7 sout new York nY 10028
gueRRA, AnnA, 77 sunset dr BriarcliFF manor nY 10510
guevARA tuRcios, delMis M, 131 w
woodside ave PatcHogue nY 11772
guidotti, RobeRt j, 30 lake st aPt 7B
wHite Plains nY 10603
guiness, AndReA e, 13759 233rd st
rosedale nY 11422
gunneR, lAkAshA e, 144 dr samuel
mccree waY rocHester nY 14608
guRievA, diAnA, 509 slate quarrY rd
rHineBeck nY 12572
gussAck, cARol j, 127 clark ave
massaPequa nY 11758
gutteRMAn, kARen, 76 YorksHire dr
suFFern nY 10901
hA, siu, 864 51st st BrooklYn nY 11220
hAckWoRth, eloise, 601 w FerrY st
BuFFalo nY 14222
hAgeR, kAthRyn, 160 laFaYette st
williston Park nY 11596
hAitch, nAncy p, 474 48tH ave aPt 11J
long island citY nY 11109
hAjjiRi, MohAMMAd, 10 waterside Plz
aPt 34B new York nY 10010
hAke, bARbARA, 3 grant rd rockY
Point nY 11778
hAle, MichAel j, 87 remsen st aPt 3
BrooklYn nY 11201
hAll, cAthy, 155 1 2 crarY ave BingHamton nY 13905
hAlligAn, MARy M, 509 FourtH ave
PelHam nY 10803
hAMilton, juliA, 10 victoria ln delmar nY 12054
hAMlin, jeFFRey, 143 kline rd Pennellville nY 13132
hAMpton, AnitA, 44 dennison ave
BingHamton nY 13901
hAncock huttel, WilliAM, 14 Harder
rd woodstock nY 12498
hAndley, RyAn, 25 asHton Pl BuFFalo
nY 14220
hAnley, dARen, 8 gooler ct stonY
Point nY 10980
hAnnA, judith, 2024 sweet Home rd
BuFFalo nY 14228
hAnnAn, elizAbeth, 49 reld dr Pearl
river nY 10965
hAnsen, dAvid, 8 Jovan ct Ballston
sPa nY 12020
hARdick, geRARd F, 9560 clarence
center rd clarence center nY 14032
hARding, keshA, 19113 linden Blvd
saint alBans nY 11412
hARnik, victoRiA M, 20 waterside Plz
aPt 9F new York nY 10010
hARRis, jeAnette c, 605 saint marks
ave BrooklYn nY 11216
hARRoW, eMily g, 331 e 33rd st aPt 1d
new York nY 10016
hARshbARgeR, sAMuel d, 383 rt 32
soutH scHuYlerville nY 12871
hAsty, elAine, 314 Primo ave sHerrill
nY 13461
hAWRyluk, stephAni, 53 micHael dr
Po Box 174 cottekill nY 12419
hAyes, eileen, 127 Bogert ave Pearl
river nY 10965
hAyes, MARybeth, 6645 sanders rd
lockPort nY 14094
hAyes, MeghAn R, 22 e 13tH st aPt 4
new York nY 10003
hAyes, MelissA A, Po Box 197 verPlanck nY 10596
heARl, eugene, 25 munson ln west
saYville nY 11796
heiFetz, sAMARA, 71 leFFerts Pl aPt 8
BrooklYn nY 11238
heineMAnn, jenniFeR, 4 roBin ln
Huntington nY 11743
helleR, bonnie j, 55 w 92nd st aPt 4F
new York nY 10025
helleR, scott, 115 w 86tH st aPt 9F
new York nY 10024
helM, bARbARA, 700 sHore rd long
BeacH nY 11561
helMeR, jenniFeR, 8856 HoneYcomB
PatH cicero nY 13039
hendeRson, douglAs, 416 anderson
rd vestal nY 13850
henley, hAnnAh j, 4477 1 2 ridge rd
cazenovia nY 13035
heRReRA, cARMen, 360 e 88tH st aPt
20c new York nY 10128
heRsh, henRy, 179 Bennett ave new
York nY 10040
heRssein, dAvid A, 205 steven Pl
woodmere nY 11598
higginbothAM, d. jeFFR, 108 HigHland
ave BuFFalo nY 14222
higgins, jAMes, 327 clinton road
canaJoHarie nY 13317
higgins, john, 11 scott st aPt 1
Ballston sPa nY 12020
hill doWling, nAncy, 3 stratton rd
scarsdale nY 10583
hinck, lindA A, 9 val Page st Farmingdale nY 11735
hiRsch, lAWRence, 8504 63rd dr rego
Park nY 11374
hobson, jAnell, 133 Point oF woods
dr alBanY nY 12203
hodge, ARMond, 125 lake st aPartment 8-k wHite Plains nY 10604
hoehne, deboRA, 900 w 190tH st aPt
3e new York nY 10040
hoeppneR, henRy, 5503 31st ave woodside nY 11377
hoeRAuF, dAWn M, Po Box 170 Hagaman nY 12086
hoFFMAn, keRRi M, 123 carriage ln
Plainview nY 11803
hollAnd, cAtheRin, 3 ButtonBall rd
wHitesBoro nY 13492
hollon, pAMelA A, 8 muriel dr troY
nY 12180
holloWAy, tiMothy, 9 van dYke ave
amsterdam nY 12010
holMes, jeFFRey j, 31 Huntington dr
scHenectadY nY 12309
hood, AdRiAn l, 19 HolidaY dr woodstock nY 12498
hope, chAnte, 1438 vYse ave aPt 13
Bronx nY 10459
hoRAn, g. sineAd, 37 valleY close
Yonkers nY 10705
hoRnbeRgeR, lisA, 58 e 3rd st aPt 21
new York nY 10003
hosMeR, jAclyn M, 124 FerrY st aPt
403 troY nY 12180
houghtAling, Michele, 129 madison
ave canastota nY 13032
houRigAn, bARbARA, 130 w 72nd st
aPt 4 new York nY 10023
houston, jeReMiAh, 10 Pearl crest ct
Pearl river nY 10965
houston, nAtARshA, 928 mace ave aPt
4B Bronx nY 10469
hoWARd, jAne, 153 colonial avenue
alBanY nY 12208
hoWARd, phyllis A, 5 willow st
rocHester nY 14606
hRytsAk, MykhAylo, 565 BroadwaY
aPt 1J Hastings on Hudson nY 10706
huAng, eMily, 265 graHam ave aPt 2
BrooklYn nY 11206
hubbell, chARlene, 159 Fireside ln
camillus nY 13031
huestis, kRistin, 2 Brookside ave
wYnantskill nY 12198
huestis, lisA, 21 w 11tH st new York
nY 10011
hunt, WilliAM, 23 wrigHt Blvd
HoPewell Jct nY 12533
hunteR, lisA M, 17 roBin Hill rd
mecHanicville nY 12118
huong tA, My, 877 stewart ave ste 29
garden citY nY 11530
huRlbut, bRooke, 5 Barent winne rd
selkirk nY 12158
hushMendy, shAzneen F, 12 lYnnwood
dr alBanY nY 12211
hWA lee, yung, 79 landmark ct wHite
Plains nY 10603
iAnnucci, MelissA A, 31 ParisH ln lt
10 lake katrine nY 12449
iAnnuzzi, Ruth, 48 tiBBetts rd Yonkers nY 10705
iglesiAs, sieRRA, 187 wHitneY Pl BuFFalo nY 14201
iMbeRg, yAnA, 54 BaY 41st st 2nd Fl
BrooklYn nY 11214
iMbeRt, kARen, 111 morningside ave
aPt 4B new York nY 10027
inFAnte, AlMAndo, 3 east ave west
nYack nY 10994
ingAlls, jAMes F, 307 e 12tH st aPt 4a
new York nY 10003
ingAlsbe, WARd W, 30 nissen lane
west HurleY nY 12491
ingRAhAM, MARk, 3880 aBBeY rd
sYracuse nY 13215
ingRAM, AlexAndeR, 55 morton st
new York nY 10014
isRAni, MinishA, 8340 Britton ave
elmHurst nY 11373
ivsAn, cARol, 9 silverknoll dr rocHester nY 14624
izzo, joseph, 62 dana rd BuFFalo nY
14216
jAcobo, AMARilis, 824 e 181 street #2
Bronx nY 10460
jAFFe, sARAh, 207 taaFFe Pl aPt 4a
BrooklYn nY 11205
jAgARlAMudi, pAdMAvAt, 1700 grand
concourse aPt 16a Bronx nY 10457
jAgusiAk, nAncy, 14 riverview ct ossining nY 10562
jAin, RAjindeR, 15 sHaker BaY road
latHam nY 12110
jAkuboWski, lynne d, 6385 landstone
dr clarence center nY 14032
jAMes, john W, 301 e 79tH st new
York nY 10075
jAMes, kARen, 149 milFord st aPt 2B
BrooklYn nY 11208
jARoszeWski, jessicA, 16 lincoln ave
commack nY 11725
jenkins, hAkiM, 420 BeacH 27tH st Far
rockawaY nY 11691
jenkins, jeRRy, 153 sHaFtsBurY Hollow rd aPt 6o eagle Bridge nY 12057
jenneR, kRistie, 240 Harris Hill rd
Fulton nY 13069
jensen, jenniFeR, 1 elY Park Blvd aPt
r6 BingHamton nY 13905
johns, dAnielle, 4 Broad st aPt 2
Potsdam nY 13676
johnson, Ashley, 188 e 93rd st aPt1P
new York nY 10128
johnson, joyce, 1170 Baker ave
scHenectadY nY 12309
johnson, MichAel, 192 leYdecker rd
BuFFalo nY 14224
johnston, stephen R, 500 Hulsetown
rd camPBell Hall nY 10916
jones, Allen, 65 avenue d aPt 4 new
York nY 10009
jones, bARRy e, 1025 reYnolds rd aPt
q3 JoHnson citY nY 13790
jones, bRook, 158 Hester st aPt 2g
new York nY 10013
jones, bRuce l, 91 PaYson ave aPr 3J
new York nY 10034
joRdAn, ceciliA l, 1017 Fenwood dr
aPt 3 valleY stream nY 11580
joRdAn, dAWn, 218 n ProsPect ave
PatcHogue nY 11772
joseph, leslie, 1309 dutcH BroadwaY
valleY stream nY 11580
joseph, Rose A, 10849 seaview ave aPt
29B BrooklYn nY 11236
joseph, shevon e, 354 Franklin ave
aPt 4 BrooklYn nY 11238
joseph, vARghese, 142 s BroadwaY
wHite Plains nY 10605
jovAnovic, ksenijA, 525 e 13tH st aPt
46 new York nY 10009
juARez-MoRAles, jose l, 107 college
Place sYracuse nY 13244
juliAn, heAth M, 345 countY route 29
oswego nY 13126
jung, jAe-hun, 28 guinevere ct getzville nY 14068
kAAs, jAson, 15 n indiana ave lindenHurst nY 11757
kAeMpF, bARbARA, 73 gatewaY rockville centre nY 11570
kAgAnovsky, yuRi, 219 avenue v aPt 2a
BrooklYn nY 11223
kAhleR, AMy, 460 e 79tH st aPt 17d
new York nY 10075
kAil, Anthony, 88 Fulton st new York
nY 10038
kAlMAn, MAttheW j, 301 e 21st st aPt
15g new York nY 10010
kAMelA, edWin j, 237 encHanted Frst
n lancaster nY 14086
kAMinsky, jeniFeR, 902 main st uPPer
leFt BuFFalo nY 14202
kAMp, dAvid, 14 Belle ave ossining
nY 10562
kAnAvel, MichAel, 2167 BroadwaY st
BuFFalo nY 14212
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FAillA, toni, 15 lowell st lYnBrook
nY 11563
FAiRbRotheR, dAniel, 1498 student ln
BrockPort nY 14420
FAjARdo, MARlene, 13 croton st ossining nY 10562
FAlcone, john, 131 lakeBridge dr n
kings Park nY 11754
FAllAt, kARen, 503 BarnstaBle ct
camillus nY 13031
FARMelo, john, 204 rivermist dr BuFFalo nY 14202
FARRell, MAuReen, 1 riverside dr
sleePY Hollow nY 10591
FeARon, MARy, 355 s end ave aPt 30a
new York nY 10280
FeigenbAuM, gilliAn b, 25 sPlitrail Pl
commack nY 11725
FeineR, Robin M, 12 e 86tH st aPt 1900
new York nY 10028
FeldMAn, AMy, 461 allen rd Porter
corners nY 12859
FelleR, MARcy e, 265 riverside dr new
York nY 10025
FeRguson, pAtRice, 17624 126tH ave
ste a Jamaica nY 11434
FeRnAndez, izAbelA, 7430 woodside
ave elmHurst nY 11373
FeRnAndez, MAnuel, 7430 woodside
ave elmHurst nY 11373
FeRRo, peteR p, 635 madison ave ste
1400 new York nY 10022
FetteR, RobeRt, 1680 meadow dr
alden nY 14004
FiesingeR, thoMAs, 155B Hague Blvd
glenmont nY 12077
FigueRoA, dennis, 332 e 151st st
Bronx nY 10451
FigueRoA, kenny, 576 tHaYer rd
amsterdam nY 12010
FiliAci, RichARd, 52 YorksHire dr east
greenBusH nY 12061
FilM, kRisten l, 20 woodview rd troY
nY 12182
FindeR, jAson, 33 BusHwick ave aPt 3
BrooklYn nY 11211
FinigAn, cRAig s, 46 Pine ln cliFton
Park nY 12065
Fink, lAuRA b, 18 1st st BrooklYn nY
11231
Finkel, ARthuR, 150 Hill Park ave
great neck nY 11021
FioRe, jAMes, 1 sHadetree ln stonY
Brook nY 11790
FioRese, RebeccA, 25 maYer dr HigHland nY 12528
FioRini, john, 6958 coleman mills rd
rome nY 13440
FisheR, Russell, 2055 tHe Plz niskaYuna nY 12309
Fitch, MAttheW, 241 ave oF tHe amer
aPt 6g new York nY 10014
Fite, kevin, 8 garden st Potsdam nY
13676
FitzjARRAld, dAvid, 305 cliPP rd
delmar nY 12054
FitzpAtRick, loRnA, 104 cHaPin PkwY
BuFFalo nY 14209
FlAkoWitz, pAMelA e, 225 rector Pl
aPt 8e new York nY 10280
FleischMAnn, ilene, 90 cHasewood ln
east amHerst nY 14051
Flint, kAthleen, 341 Jingleville rd
canton nY 13617
FloRkieWicz, donnA l, 15 BromleY
Place scotia nY 12302
FodeRA, AlexAndRA, 3 Fox glen court
cliFton Park nY 12065
FonsecA, AndReiA, 1431 York ave aPt
23 new York nY 10021
Foote, tRevoR j, 12 Fairlawn dr BuFFalo nY 14226
FoRgenie, Michelle, 10525 Flatlands
5tH st BrooklYn nY 11236
FoRMAn, RitA, 4744 lower river rd
lewiston nY 14092
FoRte, nAtAliA, 123 allan st cortlandt manor nY 10567
FoRtunAte, pAul, 922 mckinleY ave
niagara Falls nY 14305
FosteR, chRistopheR R, 375 Hudson
st new York nY 10014
FoWleR, joRdAn, 3440 route 44 millBrook nY 12545
Fox, dAvid, 741 3rd ave troY nY 12182
Fox, deRek, 411 HamPton Place Blvd
troY nY 12180
Foynes, susAnn e, 333 wasHington ave
Pleasantville nY 10570
FRAnchino, gloRiA, 6151 62nd ave
middle village nY 11379
FRAncis, AliyMA h, 10544 Flatlands
10tH st BrooklYn nY 11236
FRAncisco, loRie, 203 Florida ave
amsterdam nY 12010
FRAnk, odeAle MARie, 11060 westwood rd alden nY 14004
FRAseR, nAncy, suite 711 Politics dePt
6 w 16tH st new York nY 10011
FReedMAn, jeFFRey AlAn, 27 w 75tH
st aPt 4a new York nY 10023
FReilich, cRAig, 118 leroY st aPt d3
Potsdam nY 13676
FRench, gRetchen s, 200 n end ave aPt
4H new York nY 10282
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dipAolA, MARine, Po Box 176 glasco
nY 12432
divilek, jARoMiR, 2 river ter aPt 23e
new York nY 10282
dobbins, nAncy, 8267 exeter dr
Baldwinsville nY 13027
dolin, lisA, 245 w 107tH st aPt 2g new
York nY 10025
donAldson, jody, Po Box 322 central
square nY 13036
donneR, RichARd e, 220 madison ave
aPt 6q new York nY 10016
donoFRio, AMy k, 81 eileen st alBanY
nY 12203
dookoo, kRystle, 60 division st new
rocHelle nY 10801
doRsky, RisA, 60 riverside dr aPt 9Bc
new York nY 10024
dougheRty, joseph, 10 Priscilla ln
Port JeFFerson station nY 11776
doWning, joseph, 220 HawleY ave
sYracuse nY 13203
doWns, chRistine e, 86 cliFF ave
clintondale nY 12515
doyle, Rock, 877 delaware ave BuFFalo nY 14209
doyle, seAn, 138 w 17tH st aPt 3 new
York nY 10011
dRAke, AlAn M, 20 wHeelock st canaJoHarie nY 13317
dRiscoll, MARk, 1112 meadowBrook
dr sYracuse nY 13224
dRuck, siMchA, 1618 e 23rd st BrooklYn nY 11229
dRuM, MARtinA g, 1793 Jerusalem ave
merrick nY 11566
dubAcheR, AMAndA, 400 mccHesneY
ave troY nY 12180
dueno, cRuz, 611 crotona Park n aPt
15g Bronx nY 10457
duMestRe, chRistin, 95 ButtercuP ln
Huntington nY 11743
dunhAM, RyAn c, 2920 new scotland
rd voorHeesville nY 12186
dunlAp, lAWRence, 300 w 135tH st aPt
8H new York nY 10030
duplAntis, dAvid, 120 11tH ave aPt 3B
new York nY 10011
dupuis, kAthRyn M, 12 sHerwood Forest rd alBanY nY 12203
duRhAM, benjAMin, 309 odell avenue
1 nortH endicott nY 13760
dvoRscAk, MARk, 255 riverview rd
rexFord nY 12148
dWyeR, cAtheRin, 610 esPlanade
PelHam nY 10803
dykeMAn, colleen M, 957 weaver rd
delanson nY 12053
eARl, nicholAs, 12 varick st oswego
nY 13126
eAsteRdAy, sAbRA M, 170 via Foresta
ln BuFFalo nY 14221
eckeRt, glenn b, 138 concourse e
BrigHtwaters nY 11718
ecung, MelAnie A, 255 Patroon crk
Blvd aPt 3147 alBanY nY 12206
edWARds, hARold g, 555 e FordHam
rd Bronx nY 10458
edWARds, kelvin R, 2 rocklea dr
rocHester nY 14624
eginton, gRAce, 129 atlantic ave aPt
2F BrooklYn nY 11201
einhoRn, sAMuel, 166 e 34tH st aPt
14F new York nY 10016
einstein, bonny e, 85 Fonda rd
coHoes nY 12047
eisenstein, sAndRA, 814 BroadwaY
new York nY 10003
elFAR, MohAMed sA, 5815 ParaPet dr
Jamesville nY 13078
elliott, stephen, 18 wasHington ave
mastic nY 11950
ellis, leslie, 39 sunset dr croton on
Hudson nY 10520
elluzzi, nikolAs, 30 sPring st Pleasantville nY 10570
elRod, cAsey, 6 vedder st amsterdam
nY 12010
eMens, AMy c, 12 marlands rd rocHester nY 14624
engelMAnn, RodeRick, 655 Belle
terre rd Port JeFFerson nY 11777
eodice, elizAbeth, 2 mount tom rd
new rocHelle nY 10805
eRcole FRicke, eugeniA, 10 Janet dr
Plainview nY 11803
esdAille, joseph, 1540 unionPort rd
aPt 10e Bronx nY 10462
esposito, jAMes, 15 HaYes st kingston nY 12401
esteves, jose, 55 w 25tH st new York
nY 10010
estevez, eRicA M, 3816 review Pl aPt
3a Bronx nY 10463
etienne-jules, cluny, 24 HasBrouck
dr aPt F garnerville nY 10923
etteRe, MichAel j, 3746 FootHill st
moHegan lake nY 10547
evAns, colleen, 399 old state rd
rensselaer Falls nY 13680
evensen, jon chRistiAn, 295 greenwicH st new York nY 10007
FAbeR, deboRAh h, 474 w 238tH st aPt
1H Bronx nY 10463
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kAne, elizAbeth, 111 tHird ave aPt 11H
new York nY 10003
kAne, gAbRiel, 1152 e 72nd st BrooklYn nY 11234
kAne, Milyn j, 698 Plank rd averill
Park nY 12018
kAntz, bRiAn, 319 mount vernon rd
BuFFalo nY 14226
kAplAn, neAl l, 133 e 58tH st ste 510
new York nY 10022
kApooR, RAjesh, 2030 26tH st 1st
Floor astoria nY 11105
kARAsick, zev W, 792 emPire ave aPt 1
Far rockawaY nY 11691
kARlin, hARold R, 433 atlantic ave
ste 1 east rockawaY nY 11518
kAtel, deA, 7235 112tH st aPt 3e Forest Hills nY 11375
kAtz, shARone, 144 e 7tH st aPt c5
new York nY 10009
kAvoukiAn, jAnicA n, 36B s main st
voorHeesville nY 12186
keddell, dARyn, 152 e 100tH st aPt 2e
new York nY 10029
keegAn-tWoMbly, kevin a, 44 stePHan
rd kingston nY 12401
keenAn, dAle M, 39 greene st troY
nY 12180
kelleheR, jAMes, 26 anne cHamBers
ln katonaH nY 10536
kellogg, sAndRA l, 417 mill Hook rd
accord nY 12404
kelly, colleen, 6227 emPire ave scHenectadY nY 12306
kelly, john, 2 Blair ln BrookHaven
nY 11719
kelso, desiRee, 1002 morris st
ogdensBurg nY 13669
kennARd, stephAnie kiAh, 101 w 140tH
st aPt 61 new York nY 10030
kennedy, RobeRt, 207 cornwall dr
sYracuse nY 13214
kepneR, MAttheW j, 335 PYramid Pines
est saratoga sPrings nY 12866
keshishiAn, kARen, 209 ellington ave
w garden citY nY 11530
kessleR, jenniFeR, 6 castle dr Potsdam nY 13676
keWisch, joRg b, 115 Broad view cir
wading river nY 11792
khAdivi, Ali, 7 Peter cooPer rd aPt
11c new York nY 10010
khAsidis, Michele, 107 Hilgert dr
sYracuse nY 13219
khAtRi, sAAd, 37 Bridge st aPt 4F
BrooklYn nY 11201
kiM, hee-jun, 392 cPw 7w new York
nY 10025
kiM, Mijin, 920 lark dr alBanY nY
12207
kiM, seAn, 162 Park ave new HYde Park
nY 11040
kiM, Woo jong, 8063 262nd st glen
oaks nY 11004
kiMMelMAn, MichAel s, 505 w end ave
aPt 12B new York nY 10024
kiRkpAtRick, judith, 235 dover rd
Barneveld nY 13304
kiRkWood, RoseMARie s, 79d edgewater Park Bronx nY 10465
kizneR, dAnA, 99 Jane st aPt 2F new
York nY 10014
kleinhAns, todd, 4750 saBre ln
manlius nY 13104
kleMbczyk, loRRAine, 25 Pinewood
ave saratoga sPrings nY 12866
klingAMAn, stephen, 43 w kendrick
ave Hamilton nY 13346
klock, jAson M, 8775 drumlin HeigHts
dr Baldwinsville nY 13027
knApp, jeFFRey s, 20 Hunns lake Pl
stanFordville nY 12581
knodel, sARAh M, 26 Burning BusH
waY orcHard Park nY 14127
knoWles, Ronnie, 595a Blue mountain
rd saugerties nY 12477
kochAn, julie, 2219 Plum st niskaYuna
nY 12309
koelln, edith, 171 Blue Point rd
selden nY 11784
kopecky, peteR, 10 w BroadwaY aPt 7k
long BeacH nY 11561
kopp, steven, 91 central Park rd
Plainview nY 11803
koRins, dAvid, 114 w 70tH st 4cd new
York nY 10023
kostAndy, petRo, 500 Harrison st aPt
1905 sYracuse nY 13202
kouRides, ARiAnnA e, 303 w 21st st
aPt 9e new York nY 10011
kozAk, jonAthAn M, 4 cranBerrY ct
cortlandt manor nY 10567
kozlovskA, MARtA, 209 maPle ave
mamaroneck nY 10543
kRAkAt, kARen s, 36 BerksHire drive
alBanY nY 12205
kRAMeR, bRAndon, 271 w Pulaski rd
aPt a Huntington station nY 11746
kRAMeR, nAncy, 156 HuntleY dr
ardsleY nY 10502
kRAsuski, stephen e, 36 wineBerrY ln
Ballston sPa nY 12020
kReindleR, lAuRie, 4 PiPing Brook ln
BedFord nY 10506
kRenzeR, bARbARA, 4964 adaH dr
manlius nY 13104
kRohn, deboRAh, 203 w 105tH st aPt
12B new York nY 10025
kubisA, kAcie A, 1 donna ct BingHamton nY 13901
kuchinski, constAnce l, 783 greene
ave BrooklYn nY 11221
kuckley, sAMuel b, 330 e 38tH st aPt
41d new York nY 10016
kudelkA, AndRzej, 50 Pineview ln
coram nY 11727
kulAkA, stephen, 8829 Ft Hamiltn
PkwY aPt a34 BrooklYn nY 11209
kundeRt, deboRAh, 33 rockrose dr
east greenBusH nY 12061
kunReutheR, douglAs k, 135 eastern
PkwY aPt 13F BrooklYn nY 11238
kuo, Rose, 260 w BroadwaY aPt 9F new
York nY 10013
kuRtz, dAniel, 169 carroll st BrooklYn nY 11231
kyRyk-heFFeRnAn, theodoRA, 5928
Fikes rd memPHis nY 13112
lAbeRtA, MichAel j, 14 Bennington
road BuFFalo nY 14226
lAclAiR, pAul, 8865 us HigHwaY 11
Potsdam nY 13676
lAdouceuR, theResA, 50 gullane dr
slingerlands nY 12159
lAFAveR, koRey, 269 Jones rd lisBon
nY 13658
lAFRAnce, pAtRiciA, 291 rileY rd new
windsor nY 12553
lAin, phyllis, 29 keziaH ln westtown
nY 10998
lAiRd, dAniel, 5366 state route 104
oswego nY 13126
lAke, cARRie, 424 river rd Heuvelton
nY 13654
lAke, geRAldine, 6915 Boston cross
rd Boston nY 14025
lAMAcchiA, justin, 2487 wasHington
st niagara Falls nY 14304
lAMAR, MARie i, 1036 Park ave new
York nY 10028
lAng, hAnnes, 1995 15tH st troY nY
12180
lAngAn, john l, 725 renaissance dr
BuFFalo nY 14221
lApieRRe, dAnielle, 318 Pine st soutH
HemPstead nY 11550
lApieRRe, pAtRick, 22 Judson st
canton nY 13617
lApo, yoshiko, 15 overlook dr woodstock nY 12498
lARA, MARiA, 1541 JesuP ave aPt 3
Bronx nY 10452
lARk, chRistopheR, 2972 davis st
oceanside nY 11572
lARosA, sARAh, 620 e 20tH st aPt 4c
new York nY 10009
lAsteR, thoMAs, 4 PiPing Brook ln
BedFord nY 10506
lAsuRe, AngelinA l, 9 Pine st delmar
nY 12054
lAuRendi, joAn, 553 meadowBrook dr
lewiston nY 14092
lAvinski, kARA, 91 mcBee ct monroe
nY 10950
lAvinsky, jeRi, 345 e 21st st aPt 5 new
York nY 10010
lAW, hillARy, 110 roxen rd rockville
centre nY 11570
leAtheRWood, jAnet, 47 william Penn
dr stonY Brook nY 11790
lebovitz, AlexA, 300 n end ave aPt 15a
new York nY 10282
lee, Minjoo, 543 48tH ave aPt 3B long
island citY nY 11101
lee-gRAsic, young su, 31 dingee rd
soutH salem nY 10590
leibstone, bRuce, 344 w 23rd st aPt
8c new York nY 10011
leigh, dAn, 21 1 2 cornelia street
new York nY 10014
lenz, joseph l, 7572 cHestnut ridge
rd orcHard Park nY 14127
leone, pAtRiciA, 3 ground Pine ct dix
Hills nY 11746
lepoRe, doMinick, 11 JoHn cava ln
cortlandt manor nY 10567
lepRe, biAgio M, 554 larkField rd ste
201 east nortHPort nY 11731
lesko, jeAn F, 3 wHite deer ln west
Harrison nY 10604
levin, AlexAndeR, 1302 newkirk ave
1-c BrooklYn nY 11230
levine, gARy s, 97 15 avenue l BrooklYn nY 11236
leWis, Michelle, 69 wilton rd greenField center nY 12833
leWis, Monique l, 99 s clinton ave aPt
5a BaY sHore nY 11706
leWis, philip, 39 annandale rd stonY
Brook nY 11790
li, cheung y, 3 winding creek waY
coHoes nY 12047
liAo, Aiyi, 8 e gate ln setauket nY
11733
libbon, MARisA A, 33 mill st aPt 1
rHineBeck nY 12572
liggio, chARles, 4 river crest rd
gansevoort nY 12831
liguoRi, nicholAs F, 625 Freedom
Plains rd PougHkeePsie nY 12603
liMeRick, FAy, 11617 170tH st Jamaica
nY 11434
lin, teRRy y, 300 e 39tH st aPt 26d new
York nY 10016
lindhoRst, MARy kAy, 143 riverview
Port ewen nY 12466
lindskoog, lynn, 2 166 3rd st troY
nY 12180
line, MichAel A, 281 tHornton rd
rocHester nY 14617
linehAn, bRendAn, 2737 giFFord ave
Bronx nY 10465
lioi, dAniel, 368 s alBanY rd B selkirk
nY 12158
lipp, FRed, 165-42a BaisleY Blvd
Jamaica nY 11434
lipp, FRed, 89 atlantic ave ste a lYnBrook nY 11563
lively, stephen, 1320 vanderBilt ave
niagara Falls nY 14305
liveRio, lisA v, 4 5tH ave amsterdam
nY 12010
livingston, RobeRt, 43 essex st aPt 5
new York nY 10002
lizARdo, Apollo v, 608 mYrtle ave
second Fl alBanY nY 12208
lloyd, tARi, Po Box 111 5 ct st canastota nY 13032
lodise, susAn M, 220 Front st aPt 5c
new York nY 10038
loebs, cAtheRine A, 71 reagan rd
wintHroP nY 13697
loMbARdo, thoMAs, 2330 maPle rd
aPt 159 BuFFalo nY 14221
loneRo, Alice, 104 suFFolk st aPt 6 #
6 new York nY 10002
lopez, cARlos j, 28 roBerts rd w
sHirleY nY 11967
lotA, conRAdo, 2554 ridge st Yorktown nY 10598
louis-kAdushin, shARon, Po Box 1497
vernon nY 13476
loWRy, chRistop, 6543 emilY ln lockPort nY 14094
lu, WenliAng, 1420 80tH st BrooklYn
nY 11228
lucks, heRbeRt, Po Box 807 east
setauket nY 11733
lukelA, MAttheW, 10 arcHer Pl aPt 1
tarrYtown nY 10591
luMb, kAtheRine, 308 garField Pl aPt
4r BrooklYn nY 11215
lynch, AndReW, 433 roBin ln vestal
nY 13850
lynch, ceceliA, 9 mallard dr rexFord
nY 12148
lynch, dAniel e, 17 vermont ave
BingHamton nY 13905
lynch, eRik j, 67 FairwaY ln red Hook
nY 12571
lynch, john j, 117 ProsPect Park w
aPt 2 BrooklYn nY 11215
lynch, MARie, 127 knox ave west
seneca nY 14224
lynch, tiMothy, 12 rolling Brook dr
saratoga sPrings nY 12866
lyons, Alexis, 145 4tH ave new York
nY 10003
lyons, tiMothy, 2 deer xing HigHland
nY 12528
MAbiA RAshid, uMMe, 3723 91st st
Jackson Hts nY 11372
MAcedA, cAtheRine M, 8301 ridge Blvd
BrooklYn nY 11209
MAcejkA, pAul, 1223 9tH ave scHenectadY nY 12303
MAcisAAc, bARbARA, 20 lown ct
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
MAckenzie, seAn, 310 e 2nd st new
York nY 10009
MAdheRe, MARie, 1262 e 83rd st
BrooklYn nY 11236
MAgARi, Anthony c, 223 dorotHY st
sYracuse nY 13203
MAghiAR, liviA l, 186 mount airY rd w
croton on Hudson nY 10520
MAhoney, bRiAn c, 42 dorset dr BuFFalo nY 14223
MAines, dAvid, 267 PoPlar Hill rd
BingHamton nY 13901
MAlhotRA, sAMeeR, 330 e 39tH st aPt
32d new York nY 10016
MAncini, MichAel, 233 tHimBleBerrY
rd malta nY 12020
MAncusi, AnnA, 836 second ave
Franklin square nY 11010
MAndA, kARAlee, 340 vleY rd scHenectadY nY 12302
MAngione, kAthy, 54 knollBrook rd
aPt 35 rocHester nY 14610
MAniky, MiAn z, 528 mcdonald ave
BrooklYn nY 11218
MAnkovich, AlexAndeR, 171 e 92nd st
aPt 5e new York nY 10128
MAnne, lAuRA, 79 wellington rd
middle island nY 11953
MARchetti, dAvid, 50 waterFord Park
BuFFalo nY 14221
MARinelli, kiMbeRly, 20 countY Pl
lancaster nY 14086
MARji, zAid y, 4501 BroadwaY aPt 6e
new York nY 10040
MARkMAn, jeReMy, 3407 HenrY Hudson PkwY 6c Bronx nY 10463
MARo, kAtheRine Ann, 374 5tH ave aPt
2r BrooklYn nY 11215
MARoukis, soultAnA, 1127 main st
FisHkill nY 12524
MARReRo, jAson j, 300 s BroadwaY
tarrYtown nY 10591
MARshAll, jAMes W, 1003 arrowHead
dr s scHenectadY nY 12302
MARsicAno, pAtRiciA, 10 mount wilson ave Farmingville nY 11738
MARtin, MARy, 1 main st st JoHnsville
nY 13452
MARtin, sheldon R, 1818 ocean ave
aPt 6r BrooklYn nY 11230
MARtin, todd, 28 dug rd aPt 4 new
Paltz nY 12561
MARtinez, jose, 40 w 22nd street new
York nY 10010
MARtinez, jose, 84116 austin st kew
gardens nY 11415
MARtino, john, 2709 woodlawn ave
niagara Falls nY 14301
MAslAkiAn, RAMelA, 3910 50tH ave
sunnYside nY 11104
MAteRA, MARy elizAbeth, 419 lowell
ave new HYde Park nY 11040
MAtheWs, bARbARA, 31 Hollandale ln
aPt d cliFton Park nY 12065
MAtsulAvAge, deAnnA M, 516 college
ave niagara Falls nY 14305
MAttheWs, RobeRt, 4965 rome taBerg
rd rome nY 13440
MAuReR, Michelle, 12 david ln saratoga sPrings nY 12866
MAxWell, petRA, 6836 108tH st aPt
B50 Forest Hills nY 11375
MAzuR, beRnAdette, Po Box 470
warwick nY 10990
MAzuR, isAbellA l, 1531 5tH ave
watervliet nY 12189
Mc deRMott, Alice t, 2241 PlumB 1st
st BrooklYn nY 11229
McAllisteR, steven d, 29 cunningHam
ave uniondale nY 11553
McbRide, tAngee, 620 w 149tH st
street aPt 5B new York nY 10031
MccAFFeRy, MARy k, 4014 erieville rd
cazenovia nY 13035
MccAFFRey, thoMAs, 76 ontario st
oswego nY 13126
MccAMMon, lAuRA, 120 greenwicH st
aPt 9g new York nY 10006
MccAnn, joRdAn, 158 western ave g
alBanY nY 12203
MccAnn, WilliAM, 2464 camBridge dr
niskaYuna nY 12309
MccARthy, colette s, 1178 Baker ave
scHenectadY nY 12309
MccARthy, john b, 198 mill stream
run weBster nY 14580
MccoRd, MARy, 48 wilBur Blvd PougHkeePsie nY 12603
MccoRkle, douglAs, 79 alleY rd
lagrangeville nY 12540
MccoRMAck, MARy e, 944 sPring
avenue ext troY nY 12180
MccoRMAck, WilliAM A, 7 Park ave
ardsleY nY 10502
Mcdonnell, elAine, 300 rector Pl aPt
8s new York nY 10280
Mcdonough, john, 1736 e 33rd st
BrooklYn nY 11234
McgARvey, lindA e, 86 HilltoP acres
Yonkers nY 10704
Mcgee, MeRle, 365 clinton ave aPt 3e
BrooklYn nY 11238
McguiRe, MARy, 212 redField ave
FaYetteville nY 13066
McguiRe, MichAel, 3019 Bender ct
HamBurg nY 14075
McintyRe, gAvin R, 2121 Burdett ave
troY nY 12180
MckAnn, bRiAn, 514 salt Point tPke
PougHkeePsie nY 12601
MckennA, connoR p, 7 stuYvesant
oval aPt 3B new York nY 10009
MckennA, veRonicA, 3695 lark st
levittown nY 11756
MclAughlin, cARolyn, 76 grandview
ter alBanY nY 12202
McMillAn, giselle, 592 e 85tH st aPt
2 BrooklYn nY 11236
McMillen, kRistA, 63 sPringField dr
voorHeesville nY 12186
McsWeeney, MichAel p, 60 cascade rd
warwick nY 10990
MeisbuRgeR, peteR, 417 nortHern
Pines rd gansevoort nY 12831
Melendez, MARgARet, 77 swan lake
dr PatcHogue nY 11772
MeltzeR, MARnA, 18 Hamilton st
guilderland nY 12084
Melville, sARAh c, 2 crescent st
canton nY 13617
Mendez, luis, 70 ramaPo ave aPt 1
suFFern nY 10901
Mendick, kRisten, 130 east ave ste
550 rocHester nY 14604
MeRcAdo, RichARd l, 925 westBurY dr
westBurY nY 11590
MeReigh, AbellARd t, 460 s 6tH ave
mount vernon nY 10550
MeyeR, chRistiAn W, 35 oak grove rd
salt Point nY 12578
MeyeR, shAnA, 10 monroe Blvd aPt 3F
long BeacH nY 11561
MeyeR-Wilson, Wendy, 209 wells ave
w sYracuse nY 13212
MichAel, kARl, 2541 Putnam st scHenectadY nY 12304
MichAel-hARRish, loRi, 5341 via del
sole BuFFalo nY 14221
MichAlski, jAnis l, 8 rudolPH ct
coHoes nY 12047
MilAnese, ginAleA, 40 skYview dr
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
Miles, MelindA, 266 1 2 main st
BrockPort nY 14420
MilleR, bRiAn W, 26 kurts kourt
wHitesBoro nY 13492
MilleR, lAuRA, 2150 BroadwaY aPt 7a
new York nY 10023
Mills, judson b, 17 Hull st colton
nY 13625
Milne, bARbARA j, 21 kauFman dr
BuFFalo nY 14225
Milohnic, Anthony, 1866 cHester dr
east meadow nY 11554
MineR, josh M, 223 rogers ave
tonawanda nY 14150
Mingino, AndReW t, Po Box 943 uPton
nY 11973
Minuto, louis M, 31 rockawaY ave
garden citY nY 11530
MisiAk, MAttheW, 1328 dangelo dr
nortH tonawanda nY 14120
Mitchell, chRistopheR, 826 glendale
rd west BaBYlon nY 11704
Mitchell, MAttheW A, 108 w 128tH st
aPt 2 new York nY 10027
Mitchell, phillip W, 3719 maYle ct
niagara Falls nY 14305
Mitchell, teResA, Po Box 76 west
stockHolm nY 13696
MizRAhi, RAvid, 80 Bates dr monseY
nY 10952
MolinA, MichAel, Po Box 283 Plattekill nY 12568
MolinAs, sAndRA, 2600 netHerland
ave ste 109 Bronx nY 10463
MolleR, RAchAel, 433 78tH st aPt 4
BrooklYn nY 11209
Moloney, eMily R, 3 FennawaY grn
cazenovia nY 13035
Monell, donnA l, 912 cHerYl dr
endicott nY 13760
MoRAn, duAne, 80 colonY rd stillwater nY 12170
MoRgAn, eRic, 20410 43rd ave aPt 2B
BaYside nY 11361
MoRgAn, kevin, 550 w 1st st aPt 921
oswego nY 13126
MoRoni, MARio, 11 davis st BingHamton nY 13905
MoRRis, dAniel M, 333 rector Pl aPt
707 new York nY 10280
MoRRis, RobeRt, 338 guY Park ave
amsterdam nY 12010
MoRRis, sAndRA, 60 oBrien rd Potsdam nY 13676
MoRRissey, thoMAs, 1132 meadowdale rd altamont nY 12009
MoRRoW, jAnnAy, 81 raYmond ave
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
MoRse, jeFFRey i, 8 new st Florida
nY 10921
MoRsField jR, MARk, 425 w 21st st
aPt 4 new York nY 10011
MoscA, kiMbeRly n, 77 s Field Fls
monroe nY 10950
MosheR, donnA, 37 edwards rd
wYnantskill nY 12198
Moss, gRegoRy s, 340 e 74tH st aPt 4F
new York nY 10021
MoWRy, shAWn, 6 Pinewood dr cliFton
Park nY 12065
MoyAl, AlAin, 44 meserole st aPt 203
BrooklYn nY 11206
MoyAno, pilAR, 2151 lYnnwood dr
niskaYuna nY 12309
Mu, linA, 8423 meadow rose ct east
amHerst nY 14051
Mu, xiuqiAn, 8423 meadow rose ct
east amHerst nY 14051
Muckle, RichARd, 272 stuFFle st
croPseYville nY 12052
MuiR, teRRy, 119 w walnut st oneida
nY 13421
MuldneR, todd e, 6 secretariat lane
saratoga sPrings nY 12866
Mullen, jodi, 3066 state route 48
oswego nY 13126
Mullen, john p, 5289 aBBe dr sYracuse nY 13219
Mullen, MichAel, 3066 state route 48
oswego nY 13126
MungeR, tAshebA, 1755 weeks ave aPt
B1 Bronx nY 10457
MuRphy, john, 18 sugarBusH rd
cliFton Park nY 12065
MuRphy, MARy, 307 Hicks st aPt 1
BrooklYn nY 11201
MuRRAy, bethAny, 18 manor Pl watervliet nY 12189
Musco, elizAbeth, 1 vincent dr cHester nY 10918
MustAFA, syed, 190 BrittanY cir
rocHester nY 14618
MysliWiec, duAne, 7 tallmadge Pl
mecHanicville nY 12118
nAcson, sigi, 246 cumBerland st a
BrooklYn nY 11205
nAdel, Mitchell n, 2 oBrY dr scarsdale nY 10583
nAndlAll, suResh, 2245 61st st
BrooklYn nY 11204
nAples, MichAel W, 2177 3rd st east
meadow nY 11554
nAsseR, jonAthAn, 12 artHur Pl
gosHen nY 10924
neARy, cARolyn M, 110 antHonY waY
scHenectadY nY 12303
nedelsky, AMAndA, 12498 duanesBurg
rd aPt 1 delanson nY 12053
neuMAnn, tARA, 217 e 96tH st aPt 34H
new York nY 10128
nevin, jAMes b, 230 mulBerrY st aPt
13 new York nY 10012
neWhouse, cRystAl A, Box 770 stillwater nY 12170
neWMAn, dAniel q, 128 greengage cir
east amHerst nY 14051
ng, vivien, 43 Harris ave alBanY nY
12208
nicholson, AlexAndRA, 308 e nortH
canal st canastota nY 13032
nickeRson, jill, 1 universitY Pl aPt 50
new York nY 10003
niRsbeRgeR, MARk h, 13B woodcliFFe
dr cliFton Park nY 12065
noblett, jAne A, 53 magnolia cir
ravena nY 12143
nolAn, cynthiA c, 78 state st PittsFord nY 14534
nolen, kAleb, 14 dodwortH st BrooklYn nY 11221
noRFleet, susAn, 14 sanFord ave
cHester nY 10918
nucheReno, RobeRt, 4855 meadowBrook rd BuFFalo nY 14221
nuRik, gRigoRy, 426 links dr e
oceanside nY 11572
nusbAuM, MARk, 444 e 86tH st aPt 23c
new York nY 10028
o connoR, jAMes F, 250 village Blvd s
Baldwinsville nY 13027
obRien, MARk, 154 martling ave aPt a3
tarrYtown nY 10591
obRyAn, RobeRt, 390 saratoga rd
scHenectadY nY 12302
o connoR, cAileAn c, 2322 28tH ave
aPt 2F astoria nY 11102
o connoR, dAniel F, 474 madison ave
aPt 1 alBanY nY 12208
o connoR, heidi, 177 krumville rd
oliveBridge nY 12461
o connoR, suzAnne, 252 weatHerwax
rd averill Park nY 12018
o deA, dAniel j, 2 taconic view ct
lagrangeville nY 12540
o gRAdy, cynthiA l, 83 minnesota st
rocHester nY 14609
oh, MAn, 474 48tH ave aPt 2H long
island citY nY 11109
olAyA, pAtRiciA, 7410 260tH st 1st
Floor glen oaks nY 11004
oliveiRA, leonARdo, 101 BedFord ave
aPt a407 BrooklYn nY 11211
oMiliAn, AudRey, 43 JeFFreY dr BuFFalo nY 14228
oMiliAn, benjAMin, 43 JeFFreY dr
BuFFalo nY 14228
oRtiz, geoRge, 15 old alBanY Post rd
n cold sPring nY 10516
oRtiz, leslie A, 4 Belcourt st BuFFalo
nY 14226
oRtiz, Rose M, 603 w 139tH st aPt 4B
new York nY 10031
oRtMAn, holloWAy, 768 ricHmond ave
BuFFalo nY 14222
o sheA, sheilA, 35 e 38tH st new York
nY 10016
oshiMA, AyAko, 200 caBrini Blvd aPt 31
new York nY 10033
ott, nAthAn, 288 wisconsin st rocHester nY 14609
ouyAng, nengtAi, 14 evelYn rd Port
JeFFerson station nY 11776
oWens, bRiAn g, 106 liBertY rd troY
nY 12180
oWens, jAson, 104 lockwood rd
sYracuse nY 13214
pAce, chRistopheR, 16 Boxwood ct
Huntington station nY 11746
pAddock, joAn, 278 river rd BriarcliFF manor nY 10510
pAdiAl, MichAel s, 213 gair st Piermont nY 10968
pAdillA-blooMField, Renee, 17014
130tH ave aPt 12B Jamaica nY 11434
pAegloW, RobeRt j, 90 mcalPin st.
alBanY nY 12209
pAgAno, jo Anne, Po Box 237 east lake
road Hamilton nY 13346
pAge, jenniFeR, 41 stillwater rd
conklin nY 13748
pAge, joel, 12 Finnegan waY Henrietta
nY 14467
pAine, RobeRt M, 300 e 75tH st aPt 5B
new York nY 10021
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RichARdson, cARol Ann, Po Box 466
newBurgH nY 12551
RichMond, sARAh b, 205 8tH ave aPt
2F new York nY 10011
Rigney, cody, 313 PineHurst st troY
nY 12182
Riley, thoMAs, 425 76tH st BrooklYn nY 11209
RiMAs, gint, 329 w 84tH st aPt 4B
new York nY 10024
RitzenthAleR, gARy, 18 e utica st
uPPr oswego nY 13126
RiveRA, AnAbelle, 788 Brookridge
dr valleY cottage nY 10989
RiveRA, bRittAny, 76 mandalaY dr
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
Rizk, chRistin, 37 Hamlet dr mount
sinai nY 11766
RobARe, kyM, 1491 w Blood rd east
aurora nY 14052
RobeRts, jAcob, 188 maY rd Potsdam nY 13676
RobeRts, MAndy, 15 Pawling ave
mecHanicville nY 12118
RobeRts, Michele, 414 denwHit ter
canastota nY 13032
Robinson, donAld, 2823 kulP rd
eden nY 14057
Rocconi, RobeRt, Po Box 531 kings
Park nY 11754
RochA, geRARdo, 37 castle Pnes
cliFton Park nY 12065
RodgeRs, jessicA, 67 Foxglove row
riverHead nY 11901
RodRiguez, FRAncis, 431 Plaza dr
aPt 4 vestal nY 13850
RodWell, shAne M, 1006 Forrest
Pointe dr e greenBusH nY 12065
Roe, AnitA, 730 Park ave aPt 18a
new York nY 10021
Roellke, chRistopheR, 124
raYmond ave Box PougHkeePsie nY
12604
RogeRs, eleAnoR A, 39 Beekman Pl
rocHester nY 14620
Rogness, peteR, 785 w end ave aPt
4c new York nY 10025
RoMAno, toby, 3494 e BaY ct merrick nY 11566
RoMAnski, heAtheR, 303 10tH ave
9a new York nY 10001
RoMeo, FRAncesscA M, 181 HarrY l
dr JoHnson citY nY 13790
RoMeRo, RAMond, 164 cHurcH st
aPt 2F new rocHelle nY 10805
RoMM, jAMes, 89 BarrYtown rd
BarrYtown nY 12507
RoMpAlA, edWARd j, 3006 PHYllis
st endicott nY 13760
RosAdo, pedRo R, 3457 82nd st aPt
3g Jackson HeigHts nY 11372
Rose, AMeliA, 11 wood lot rd new
Paltz nY 12561
Rosen, stuARt M, 829 Park ave 3c
new York nY 10021
RosenbeRg, MARk, 325 w 52nd st
aPt 3B new York nY 10019
RosenbluM, neAl, 440 walton st
west HemPstead nY 11552
RosenzWeig, bRuce, 1150 Portion
rd Holtsville nY 11742
Ross, pAul, 7 katHerine st Po Box 6
ellenville nY 12428
RotteR, deboRAh A, 1321 HelderBerg ave scHenectadY nY 12306
RoWAn, jenniFeR, 31 Hudson view
Hl ossining nY 10562
RuAno, juAn, 202 wasHington ave
cedarHurst nY 11516
Rubel, steven, 125 wincHester Pl
lawrence nY 11559
Rubenstein, MichAel, 35 missaPoque ave soutHamPton nY 11968
RudikoFF, donAld, 150 e 93rd st
new York nY 10128
Rueb, teRi, 106 Huntington ave BuFFalo nY 14214
Ruiz-botsAcos, MARiA, 258 riverside dr aPt 9B new York nY 10025
Runyon, tAnyA R, 832 Hudson river
road mecHanicville nY 12118
RusselbuRn, MilissA n, 1168
HalseY st BrooklYn nY 11207
Russo, donAld, 112 soutHern Blvd
alBanY nY 12209
Russo, guy R, 5 maliBu Hl rensselaer nY 12144
RyAn, geoFFRey p, 146 BerksHire
Blvd alBanY nY 12203
RyAn, lisA h, 8 old anvil lane
middletown nY 10940
RyAn, MeghAn, 1303 williamsBurg
dr maHoPac nY 10541
RyAng, Michelle, 116 PineHurst ave
aPt H54 new York nY 10033
sAcci, scott c, 75 wineBerrY lane
malta nY 12020
sAck, RobeRt, 235 Beaver dam rd
BrookHaven nY 11719
sAcks, jenniFeR, 2611 30tH st aPt
2F astoria nY 11102
sAhAdeo, RAun pAul, 1901 Jerome
ave scHenectadY nY 12306
sAlAMone, FRAnk j, 957 avon crest
Blvd scHenectadY nY 12309
sAlAzAR, oscAR M, 125 lake st aPt
11n wHite Plains nY 10604
sAloMon, heRMAn, 380 n BroadwaY
ste 302 JericHo nY 11753
sAlvAdo, chRistopheR, 166 PerrY
st aPt 2c new York nY 10014
sAMAd, MAhAMMed A, 1250 sHakesPeare ave Bronx nY 10452
sAnAsie, nAitRAM, 1001 5tH ave
new HYde Park nY 11040
sAnchez, cesAR y, 329 wicks rd
Brentwood nY 11717
sAnto, elAnA, 213 eastern PkwY
aPt 1 BrooklYn nY 11238
sAntos, leonARdo, 1277 lincoln Pl
aPt 1r BrooklYn nY 11213
sARiAn, zAbel, 1 wasHington
square vlg new York nY 10012
sAsso, MARgARet, 210 e 10tH st aPt
6 aPt 6 new York nY 10003
sAundeRs, john R, 7 roBin street
scHenectadY nY 12306
sAvonA, keRi e, 340 Pearl st kingston nY 12401
sAyeR, MARk j, 360 JeFFers rd de
kalB Junction nY 13630
scARinge, RAyMond, 861 grooms
rd rexFord nY 12148
scARpullA, nicole, 22 Julia cir
east setauket nY 11733
schARF, kAthleen M, 773 Peru st
nortH lawrence nY 12967
schee, MAy F, 195 garField Pl aPt 2J
BrooklYn nY 11215
schiloWitz, hARvey, 2740 3rd ave
Bronx nY 10455
schleicheR, betty, 37 Fox road
HoPewell Junction nY 12533
schlesingeR, RAchel b, 301 w 53rd
st aPt 21g new York nY 10019
schlude, chARlene j, 11 glade
drive niskaYuna nY 12309
schMelkin, dAnielle, 18 annette
waY JericHo nY 11753
schMid, susAn, 47 lawrence Hill
rd Huntington nY 11743
schMitt, joshuA j, 139 14tH st BuFFalo nY 14213
schpeRo, gil, 301 e 38tH st aPt 14e
new York nY 10016
schRAgis, Alvin, 90 Park ave Fl 28
new York nY 10016
schRode, eRin A, 309 FiFitH avenue
aPt. d new York nY 10016
schulte, lisA h, 875 countY route 6
HigH Falls nY 12440
schuMAcheR, jill, 2010 midlane s
sYosset nY 11791
schWARtz, ARon M, 1153 53rd st
BrooklYn nY 11219
schWARtz, john h, 295 kennels rd
millBrook nY 12545
schWARzbAuM, len A, 10721 queens
Blvd Forest Hills nY 11375
sciAllA, peteR, 345 w 13tH st new
York nY 10014
scipione, MARiA, 138 sanFord st
rocHester nY 14620
scipioni, Antonio, 4 marsHall Pl
ossining nY 10562
scott, FRAnciel, 125 maPle ln
medFord nY 11763
scotto, Anthony, 15612 79tH st
Howard BeacH nY 11414
senise, Anthony, 7 countrY Pl
FreePort nY 11520
shAiovA, lAuRen A, 236 cumBerland st BrooklYn nY 11205
shAMpine, bRet, 71 Bullard st a
gouverneur nY 13642
shAnnon, john, 18 loundon Hts
loudonville nY 12211
shAntAl, eRin, 5251 Fearon rd morrisville nY 13408
shAo, chARles, 7011 groton st
Forest Hills nY 11375
shApiRo, AdAM, 3 asHFord ln
Huntington nY 11743
shARAk, MichAel, 377 tecumseH rd
Jamesville nY 13078
shARe, gRegoRy M, 311 w BroadwaY
aPt 5g new York nY 10013
shARiAtMAdAR, Al, 999 walt wHitman rd ste 101 melville nY 11747
shARkey, jAMes, 40 w 86tH st aPt
2a new York nY 10024
sheRbAkovA, AnnA, 65 oceana dr e
aPt 8c BrooklYn nY 11235
shilts, ARthuR, 61 James wilkinson
rd rock tavern nY 12575
shneydeR, elinA, 2 liBrarY ln new
HartFord nY 13413
shoRey, MelAnie, 117 wHitneY Pl
BuFFalo nY 14201
shuARt, WilliAM, 519 Briggs st
Bellmore nY 11710
shulMAn, deAn, 401 e 74tH st aPt
10d new York nY 10021
shuMWAy, justin, 35 Hart dr
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
siegel, RobeRt M, 1 old middletown rd Pearl river nY 10965
siFton, sAMuel p, 211 conover st
BrooklYn nY 11231
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
silbeRt, gRegoRy, 52 w 70tH st aPt
g new York nY 10023
siliA, cRistiAn, 18902 64tH ave aPt 5
FresH meadows nY 11365
silvA, sAbRinA, 515 w 52nd st aPt
10l new York nY 10019
silvA-Alejo, Miguel, 290 union ave
aPt 3d new rocHelle nY 10801
silveRMAn, chRistopheR, 134B
Jackman dr PougHkeePsie nY 12603
silveRMAn, gARy, 21 autumn ridge
ct katonaH nY 10536
silveRMAn, jenniFeR M, 201 w 74tH
st aPt 11F new York nY 10023
silveRnAil, jeFFRey, 111 nortH
street scotia nY 12302
siMenic, joseph, 254 w 51st st aPt
174 new York nY 10019
siMeonA, helen, 7 cHestnut rd
amitYville nY 11701
siMMons, jonAthAn s, 12
BlancHard avenue aPartment 2
alBanY nY 12203
siMMons, kARl, 3758 HenneBerrY
rd Jamesville nY 13078
siMMs, MARk A, 10852 176tH st
Jamaica nY 11433
siMon, hoWARd, 7036 HigHField rd
FaYetteville nY 13066
siMon, MARciA, 39 Hastings dr
stonY Brook nY 11790
siMpson, seth, 141 HoneYwell lane
HYde Park nY 12538
sin belin, RitA, 229 w 137tH st new
York nY 10030
sinclAiR, nAthAn, 8230 elmer Hill
rd rome nY 13440
sinhA, nAtAshA, 509 w 170tH st aPt
23 new York nY 10032
siRiboe, AMMA, 1880 valentine ave
aPt 805 Bronx nY 10457
skillMAn, MAttheW, 45 wolF ln
gardiner nY 12525
skott, elizAbeth j, 517 groveside
rd Buskirk nY 12028
skucAs, gAil, 1156 Peck rd Hilton
nY 14468
skuMuRski, ted, 19 tamara ct east
greenBusH nY 12061
skutelsky, MARinA, 112 e 167tH st
Bronx nY 10452
slAck, jeFFRey, 95 HigHland ave
massena nY 13662
slAvish, tiMothy MichAel, 110
livingston st aPt 10d BrooklYn
nY 11201
sledge, donishA, 440 warBurton
ave aPt 3a Yonkers nY 10701
sMAll, lAcRetiA, 1641 nelson ave
aPt 1 Bronx nY 10453
sMAllMAn, bettinA, 3 cHestnut cir
skaneateles nY 13152
sMith, AbigAil b, 37 n scHodack rd
east greenBusH nY 12061
sMith, AMAndA j, 57 reade st aPt
5e new York nY 10007
sMith, AngelA, 603 w 111tH st aPt
4e new York nY 10025
sMith, jessicA, 309 w 54tH st aPt
2c new York nY 10019
sMith, julie n, 7190 taurus ave
derBY nY 14047
sMith, lAuRie A, 135 w nYack rd aPt
11 nanuet nY 10954
sMith, lindA, 10 cocHran Hill rd
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
sMith, MARciA bie, 68 raucH dr
sPringville nY 14141
sMith, peteR, 157 ParkHurst rd
gansevoort nY 12831
snydeR, AbRAhAM, 409 taconic lake
rd PetersBurgH nY 12138
snydeR, kiMbeRly A, 1098 glasco
turnPike saugerties nY 12477
soboRoWski, geRAld, Po Box 1093
vernon nY 13476
soFiA, nicholAs, 26 vosBurgH mHP
mecHanicville nY 12118
solAR, susAn, 20 stoneHedge dr
west nYack nY 10994
soMMeR, eRikA l, 39 wHite st new
York nY 10013
soMMeR, jeFFRey i, 59 arleigH rd
great neck nY 11021
sonnenshein, jAy l, 30 central
Park s rm 3c new York nY 10019
souchAck, john, 216 nelson rd
scarsdale nY 10583
southWood, RyAn k, 133 scHoHarie
Plank rd e altamont nY 12009
soveRAll, lyRis, 743 e 93rd st
BrooklYn nY 11236
soWl, viRginiA, 22 westgate ave aPt
103 akron nY 14001
spenceR, tRAcy, 2643 state route
12B deansBoro nY 13328
spiliotis, kAtheRine, 2 HigH
meadow trl Peekskill nY 10566
spitchkA, AleksAndRA, 23 skYline
dr latHam nY 12110
spRing, MelissA, 223 FourtH street
scHenectadY nY 12302
stA MARiA, viRginiA, 2 Peter ct
Huntington station nY 11746
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
stAbinsky, hARvey, 15 Boulder trl
armonk nY 10504
stAck, RobeRt, 27 walden ct east
moricHes nY 11940
stAnsMoRe, selinA, 7 JeFFerson rd
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
stARk, jAMes, 205 crocker Hill rd
BingHamton nY 13904
stARR, dAniel, 36 meadow lane
west camP nY 12490
stedMAn, dAvid, Po Box 901 morrisville nY 13408
steele, julie A, 9 Fleetwood ave
alBanY nY 12208
steele, keoshA, 1809 e FaYette st
sYracuse nY 13210
steelMAn, jocelyn b, 302 w 86tH
st aPt 2a new York nY 10024
steeRs, AndReW h, 233 e 96tH st
aPt 6r new York nY 10128
stein, RichARd M, 42 tanners neck
ln westHamPton nY 11977
steinMulleR, RichARd b, 215 w
saugerties rd saugerties nY 12477
stevens, kevin t, 4804 norstar
Blvd Bldg 4 aPt 118 liverPool nY
13088
stevens, MichAel, 4350 sunset ct
lockPort nY 14094
steveRMAn, susAn, 8722 maPle
Flats rd cleveland nY 13042
steWARt, telisA, 224 Button
sHores rd Baldwinsville nY 13027
stiglMeieR, cAitlin, 4200 old
Homestead rd sYracuse nY 13215
stilleR, gRegoRy, 536 e 79tH st aPt
6o new York nY 10075
stith, RichARd, 1385 5tH ave aPt 9d
new York nY 10029
stone, RichARd, Po Box 331 rosendale nY 12472
stotz, chRistin, 501 w 123rd st a
new York nY 10027
stoyAnov, veselin, 6515 224tH st
aPt a oakland gardens nY 11364
stRAngio gAvAcs, MARiA, 3709
trails end nortH tonawanda nY
14120
stReelMAn, jAMes M, 95 mountainside rd warwick nY 10990
stRokes, eRic, 440 Blodgett Hill rd
ravena nY 12143
stRope, gRegoRy c, 1002 Hudson
ave stillwater nY 12170
stulMAkeR, RobeRt e, 14 tarragon
terrace cliFton Park nY 12065
subick, bRAezen R, 1192 elmwood
ave rocHester nY 14620
suiteR-gRAhAM, betty A, 10 Boenau
st alBanY nY 12202
sullivAn, john, 14632 24tH ave
wHitestone nY 11357
sultAn, MuhAMMAd, 1104 lawn ct
BrooklYn nY 11235
suMAnAsooRiyA, MilAni s, 602
swan st Potsdam nY 13676
suMski, kRisten, 18 PeckHam road
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
sundell, todd, 430 grant ave
sYracuse nY 13207
suRMAn, RebeccA, 1365 van
antwerP rd aPt m-123 scHenectadY
nY 12309
suszynski, MARy e, 20 culPePPer
rd BuFFalo nY 14221
sutheRlAnd, john g, 294 sterling
rd Harrison nY 10528
sWARtzbeck, dARlAne, 13-1 skYline
dr unit u FisHkill nY 12524
sWAyze, RobeRt, 11 Broken Hill rd
PittsFord nY 14534
sWeet, tiMothy, 238 e 58tH st aPt
14 new York nY 10022
sWeRdloFF, yoleidys, 1749 micHael
william rd merrick nY 11566
sWiezy, jAMes, 56 lincoln PkwY
BuFFalo nY 14222
szygiel, geoRge, 133 eckFord st
aPt 2 BrooklYn nY 11222
tAn, khA nghi, 9707 67tH ave aPt 4k
rego Park nY 11374
tARdio, FRAnk, 499 saratoga rd
scotia nY 12302
tARonji, RobeRt, 3093 Fern Place
2nd. Floor Bronx nY 10465
tAshbook, MichAel, 902 manor ln
BaY sHore nY 11706
tAyloR, AngelA, 5214 moore rd
munnsville nY 13409
teAts, Ross, 21 ledgewood dr
alBanY nY 12205
tehRAni, kevin, 108 e 35tH st new
York nY 10016
tenesAcA, jose, 12 state st aPt 1
ossining nY 10562
tepedjiyski, petio, 6405 53rd dr
aPt B11 masPetH nY 11378
teppeR, sheilA, 1547 e 12tH st
BrooklYn nY 11230
teRnullo, kARen, 2229 watt st
scHenectadY nY 12304
teRRuso, shAunA, 8406 126tH st
kew gardens nY 11415
teRRy belAngeR, cAtheRine A, 6
woods edge Burnt Hills nY 12027
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pontes, nicole A, 344 dean st aPt 1
BrooklYn nY 11217
poRco, pAul d, 30 rosenkill rd
PougHkeePsie nY 12603
poRjesz, beRnice, 855 w end ave
aPt 4a new York nY 10025
poRteR, jenniFeR, 1966 a c Powell
Blvd aPt 9 new York nY 10026
posovsky, stephen, 50 clinton st
ste 100 HemPstead nY 11550
post, debRA, 2 e end ave aPt 7F new
York nY 10075
potteR, clAiRe, 100 luquer st aPt
10B BrooklYn nY 11231
pouRnARAs, AndReAs, 51 west 11tH
st new York nY 10011
pRAjApAti, bhupindeR, 826 crown
st aPt 1 BrooklYn nY 11213
pRAsAd, geetikA, 411 w 48tH st aPt
4re new York nY 10036
pReisch, kelly, 6846 minnick rd
lockPort nY 14094
pRendeRgAst, AishA, 74 Fini dr
carmel nY 10512
pReston, thoMAs, 29 Hargrove dr
stonY Brook nY 11790
pRiebe, cedRic, 9 woodHull cove ln
setauket nY 11733
pRiMeAu, MARie, 18B Harvest waY
waterFord nY 12188
pRiMeAux, steve, 182 collaBar rd
montgomerY nY 12549
pRoehl, kRisten, 617 ellis dr
BrockPort nY 14420
pRopeR-zivkov, donnA, 3621 ricHard ln wantagH nY 11793
psARiAnos, MARiA, 3 tamarack lane
east greenBusH nY 12061
puRcell, diAnA, 157 w 123rd st aPt
6H new York nY 10027
puRdon, steve g, 420 BrodY dr
utica nY 13502
pyle, WAyne, 5 soutHside ave aPt 2d
new Paltz nY 12561
qin, jiA, 6924 53rd ave masPetH nY
11378
quAile, sARAh, 6 winding Brook dr
aPt 1e guilderland nY 12084
quARtuccio, elizAbet, 2 creek Pl
locust valleY nY 11560
quick, tiMothy, 2 Holmes Pl BingHamton nY 13903
quinn, nAncy, Po Box 211 island
Park nY 11558
quinteRo, Ruben, 20 n wilBur ave
kingston nY 12401
RAccuiA, joseph F, 64 HeartHstone
dr wilton nY 12831
RAdix, tRAvis, 5111 avenue H
BrooklYn nY 11234
RAdoMyslsky, eugene, 1555 e 19tH
st aPt 4k BrooklYn nY 11230
RAMos, FloRence, 150 Pine Hill rd
cHester nY 10918
RAMstedt, MelissA, 218 cHarles
ave sYracuse nY 13209
RAniolo, WilliAM, 12 rack ln east
setauket nY 11733
RAppAzzo, MichAel A, 395 Bridge st
soutH BetHleHem nY 12161
RAstley, cARMel, 1254 state HigHwaY 345 Potsdam nY 13676
RAvetto, chRistin, 20 ludingtonville rd Holmes nY 12531
RAyMeR, clARence d, 9 gatewaY cir
rocHester nY 14624
RAyMeR, coRey, 173 Furlong rd
rocHester nY 14623
RAyMond, geoRge F, 3535 Hill Blvd
ste o Yorktown Hts nY 10598
Rebock, MelissA, 312 Fox Hollow
rd sHandaken nY 12480
RectoR, donAld M, 85 Perinton st
rocHester nY 14615
RedMond, kAtie, 125 division ave
west saYville nY 11796
Regulski, tAMARA, 71 lusk st
JoHnson citY nY 13790
Reich, nAchMAn, 1161 47tH st # 2
BrooklYn nY 11219
Reidel, loRRAine, 1676 carrie st
scHenectadY nY 12308
Reilly, MichAel, 39 eastwood dr
west seneca nY 14224
Reitzes, RobeRt, 321 wHiPPoorwill
rd cHaPPaqua nY 10514
ReMbisz, chRistopheR, 16 galled
ln HYde Park nY 12538
Reo, thoMAs, 34 Jordan dr Patterson nY 12563
ReskA, MARy A, 252 windFall rd
utica nY 13502
Reyes, yeseniA, 1400 langdon Blvd
rockville centre nY 11570
Reynolds, lyndA, Po Box 499 east
setauket nY 11733
Rhodes, AMAndA, 135 amenia union
rd amenia nY 12501
Rice, sAMARA, 196 n Park ave aPt 2
BuFFalo nY 14216
RichARds, kelly l, 361 carmen rd
aPt 3 BuFFalo nY 14226
RichARdson, cARol Ann, 481 little
Britain rd newBurgH nY 12550
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pAlAtucci, nAncy M, 21 Pine BusH
rd stone ridge nY 12484
pAltRidge, MAndie, 203 grand st
aPt 4 newBurgH nY 12550
pAnnullo, AntoniettA, 132 tuliP
ave Floral Park nY 11001
pApA, jAMes t, 1 carriage Hill dr
latHam nY 12110
pApieRMAn, joel, 777 n macquesten
PkwY mount vernon nY 10552
pARe, jeAn, 300 mercer st aPt 18k
new York nY 10003
pARissi, eugeniA, 2728 tHomson ave
unt 400 long island citY nY 11101
pAszkieWicz, bARbARA, 480 nassau
ave FreePort nY 11520
pAtRick, MARshA, 601 kaPPock st
aPt 2e riverdale nY 10463
pAtRik, lindA, 59 lake Hill rd kingston nY 12401
pAtulski, eMily M, 2092 Frdrck
dgls Blvd aPt 2B new York nY 10026
peARce, dAvid R, 30 w genesee st
Baldwinsville nY 13027
peARson, nAncy, 7312 35tH ave aPt
c62 Jackson HeigHts nY 11372
peddie, sheilA y, 48 Point st Yonkers nY 10701
pedRozA, kARen, 201 Huron st aPt
3r BrooklYn nY 11222
peiFFeR, WAyne t, 54 PHiliPs ave
HigHland nY 12528
peluso, sheilA M, 205 water st aPt
7B BrooklYn nY 11201
penA, yudelky, 2055 Harrison ave
aPt 1 Bronx nY 10453
penoyeR, deboRAh, 728 scottsville
mumFord rd scottsville nY 14546
peRAltA, jAMes A, 37 alHamBra dr
rocHester nY 14622
peRcey, john A, 7 BrasHear Place
castleton nY 12033
peReiRA, MARiAnA, 133 saratoga rd
Bldg 101 aPt 3 glenville nY 12302
peRelMAn, sAbRinA A, 250 w 85tH
st aPt 5J new York nY 10024
peReyRA, joblAnski, 3400 irwin ave
3rd Fl Bronx nY 10463
peRez, AnielkA, 23 woodBine st
coram nY 11727
peRez-Robinson, AnA, 849 BroadwaY BrooklYn nY 11206
peRez-solAno, MildRed A, 273 e
179tH st aPt 4-F Bronx nY 10457
peRkins, joAnn, 15 dresden ct
delmar nY 12054
peRRunA, dAniellA M, 3505 sPringwood dr waPPingers Falls nY 12590
peRRy, dAvid, 66 Blue JaY waY
rexFord nY 12148
peteRMAn, eRic j, 670 w end ave aPt
4e new York nY 10025
petRAnchuk, eRic c, 206 kaYmar dr
sYracuse nY 13212
philibeRt, celine, 1068 n racquette
river rd massena nY 13662
phillips, loRi, Po Box 114 esPerance nY 12066
phillips, MichAel s, 113 oliPHant
ave doBBs FerrY nY 10522
piciulo, MelissA, 350 new camPus
dr BrockPort nY 14420
picollA, jAMes, 9743 sessions rd
sauquoit nY 13456
pieRce, ilonA, 61 Jedwood Pl valleY
stream nY 11581
pietRi, kRistinA, 2026 coleman st
BrooklYn nY 11234
pile, MARy jo, 123 cHamBers st aPt
3 new York nY 10007
pillsbuRy, MARnie s, 1100 Park ave
new York nY 10128
pinA, joRge, 4106 50tH st aPt 4F
woodside nY 11377
pindeR, john, 11 BamBoo ln Hicksville nY 11801
piszczek, kARolinA, 3536 79tH st
aPt 52 Jackson HeigHts nY 11372
pittMAn, RobeRt, 75 rockeFeller
Plz new York nY 10019
plAce, sheRyl, 282 remsen st # 2
coHoes nY 12047
plAcito, john, 703 dewitt st sYracuse nY 13203
plAtt, donnA, 50 iroquois rd ossining nY 10562
pliAkis, eugenie, 1160 midland ave
Bronxville nY 10708
plonczAk, iRene, 542 e Penn st
long BeacH nY 11561
plotnikovA, evgeniyA, 82 marcY ave
aPt 4B BrooklYn nY 11211
plouFF, dAvid p, 10 grenada ter
watervliet nY 12189
pohl, henRy, 104 BrigHtonwood rd
glenmont nY 12077
pokoRski, ReginA, 50 gramBo dr
lancaster nY 14086
polisneR, pAige, 30 w 61st st aPt 8B
new York nY 10023
pollAk, chAvA, 31 edison ct aPt d
monseY nY 10952
poMponi, viRginiA, 168 ralPH ave
wHite Plains nY 10606
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UNCLAIMED FUNDS
tesFAtsion, RutA, 133 cHaPin st
rocHester nY 14621
thAyeR, keRi, 245 oxFord rd aPt
14d new HartFord nY 13413
thiAM, seRigne, 16 waYland st unt
7 delmar nY 12054
thoMAs, AndReW, Po Box 178 512
lake Hill nY 12448
thoMAs, john, 8003 246tH st Bellerose nY 11426
thoMAs, Roy, 36 roosevelt st massena nY 13662
thoMpson, eRin, 32 deeP ln wantagH nY 11793
thoMpson, hoWARd k, 24 marquis
dr slingerlands nY 12159
thoMpson, john t, 11 esoPus drive
saugerties nY 12477
thoMpson, lAtoyA, 22303 103rd ave
queens village nY 11429
thoMpson, vAleRie, 74 HenrY st
kingston nY 12401
tiby, susAn, 212 emann dr camillus
nY 13031
tiedeMAnn, MARy, 7287 daBneY ln
FaYetteville nY 13066
tieRney, kellie, Po Box 3 9 george
ave round lake nY 12151
tobiAs, dAvid, 150 w 28tH st ste
1510 new York nY 10001
tobin, thoMAs, 207 cindY dr BuFFalo nY 14221
toliA, shAshikAnt, 266 suYdam st
BrooklYn nY 11237
toliA, shAshikAnt n, 266 suYdam
street BrooklYn nY 11237
toMes, jeReMy, 2568 western ave
ste 5 aPt 8 altamont nY 12009
toMkins, RobeRt e, 19 regencY
drive PougHkeePsie nY 12603
toMlinson, keshA, 189 2nd st 1st
Floor alBanY nY 12210
topel, eRic b, 123 w 93rd st aPt 7i
new York nY 10025
toRRe, thoMAs, 35 Hilldale rd
alBertson nY 11506
toWnsend, egAn l, 260 motHer gaston Blvd aPt 9e BrooklYn nY 11212
tRAcey, judith, 12 BusH ct new citY
nY 10956
tRiM, tRevoR, 4517 Foster ave
BrooklYn nY 11203
tRinidAd, joAn, 315 e 170tH st aPt
2B Bronx nY 10456
tRiolo, cARolyn, 5 Penn st lake
grove nY 11755
tRoiAno, joseph, 1606 ricHard st
scHenectadY nY 12303
tRucksess, eRic M, 40 Florence dr
cHaPPaqua nY 10514
tucci, chRistoheR A, 900 Palmer rd
aPt 3a Bronxville nY 10708
tuckeR, edWARd W, 7491 state
route 104 oswego nY 13126
tuckeR, gRegoRy j, 7 HaggertY Hill
rd rHineBeck nY 12572
tuckeR, MichAel p, 1433 Fieldcrest
dr weBster nY 14580
tung, lisA, 12 reids grv west Henrietta nY 14586
tuohy, RenA, 4116 circle ct BuFFalo
nY 14221
tWoMey, lAuRA, 193 edgewood ave
Pleasantville nY 10570
tyAck, MAx, 65 PHilliPs st middletown nY 10940
tyleR, kelly, 65 cHestnut cor
lancaster nY 14086
tzvi steRn, hARold, 6928 169tH st
FresH meadows nY 11365
uckeR, kevin, 206 quasPeck Blvd
valleY cottage nY 10989
ugAz, esteFAny, 19 odell ave aPt 3
wHite Plains nY 10606
undReineR, FRAnces, 30 overlook
dr sYosset nY 11791
vAccARo-MotA, cAtheRine M, 379
cHurcH road alBanY nY 12203
vAdnAis, donnA, 1217 stone araBia
rd Fort Plain nY 13339
vAlyou, eARl e, 454 valleY Falls rd
melrose nY 12121
vAn Alystyne, Ruth, Po Box 252
east scHodack nY 12063
vAn pelt, veRonicA, Po Box 753 Fort
montgomerY nY 10922
vAn Roessel, AnneMARie, 415 main
st aPt 4g new York nY 10044
vAnAsco, joseph, 33 lee ave BaBYlon nY 11702
vAnbuRen, AdAM, 501 dencarY ln
aPt c endicott nY 13760
veRdejo, desiRee, 279 w 117tH st #
69 new York nY 10026
veRgA, MARgueRite p, 157 derBY st
valleY stream nY 11581
vidleR, lAuRA, 140 e 92nd st aPt 6s
new York nY 10128
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
vigil, MARiA v, 189 louise dr BaY
sHore nY 11706
villAvicencio, RosA, 119 s HigHland ave ossining nY 10562
vinson, kenneth, 18 eastmount dr
aPt 286 slingerlands nY 12159
vito, donnA j, 21 Fairview ave
tuckaHoe nY 10707
vlAck, lAuRA vAn, 97 van dale rd
woodstock nY 12498
volkovA, olgA, 107 w 4tH st
oswego nY 13126
volleRo, MichAel F, 4459 swissvale
dr manlius nY 13104
volpe, joseph, 55 reYnolds rd
PougHquag nY 12570
von heMeRt, Anne, 250 w 19tH st
aPt 4B new York nY 10011
WAgneR, RAchel, 333 e 30tH st lBBY
1 new York nY 10016
WAgneR, Robin, 101 w 12tH st aPt
18l new York nY 10011
WAlkeR, luke, 2123 western ave
guilderland nY 12084
WAlsh, Rose M, 221 vincenza ln
scHenectadY nY 12303
WAlteRs, Wesley, 88 sudBurY ln
aPt a BuFFalo nY 14221
WAlton, Regine, 70 e seaman ave
FreePort nY 11520
WAng, jock, 31 sPring st waPPingers Fl nY 12590
WARd hAMlin, h, 8570 lower east
Hill rd colden nY 14033
WARd, cARol, 930 Berme rd HigH
Falls nY 12440
WARd, RAlph, 1675 York ave aPt 19B
new York nY 10128
WARneR, Milton j, 617 Bear st aPt
1 sYracuse nY 13208
WARRen, MichAel e, 35 warren waY
HigH Falls nY 12440
WAshington, sARAh k, 170 w 74tH
st aPt 402 new York nY 10023
WeAtheRell, bRuce A, 41 tredwell
ln sag HarBor nY 11963
WebeR, AMy, 292 20tH st aPt 2l
BrooklYn nY 11215
WebeR, chRistop, 250 FrencH rd
west seneca nY 14224
WebeR, kAARe, 51 crosswaY scarsdale nY 10583
WebeR, MARtin, 27 rockwell ave
middletown nY 10940
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
WebsteR, dAnA, Po Box 476 elBridge nY 13060
Weeks, WilliAM, 273 Beattie ave aPt
1 lockPort nY 14094
WeidneR, jAMes b, 30 sutton Pl aPt
5a new York nY 10022
Weinstein dennis, sARAh, 1623 3rd
ave aPt 40 new York nY 10128
WeintRAub, holden, 130 Barrow st
aPt 410 new York nY 10014
Weiss, Allison, 221 le Havre dr
BuFFalo nY 14227
Weiss, sAMuel, 15067 village rd
aPt 57c Jamaica nY 11432
WentWoRth, kARen, 8640 Briar
PatcH Baldwinsville nY 13027
Whitchett, john h, 77 saint Francis
st roosevelt nY 11575
Whitton, tAMMie, 2226 countY
route 19 de kalB Junction nY 13630
Wido, jenniFeR d, 141 witmer rd
aPt 12d nortH tonawanda nY 14120
WiegAnd, lynn, 1382 skY HigH rd
tullY nY 13159
Wilcox, lindsey, 178 oak st BingHamton nY 13905
Wilkinson, keegAn R, 55 s clover
st aPt 1 PougHkeePsie nY 12601
WilliAMs, dAnA, 10 inglewood dr
rocHester nY 14619
WilliAMs, dAWn, 682 sHeFField ave
BrooklYn nY 11207
WilliAMs, gRegoRy R, 1284 lowell
rd scHenectadY nY 12308
WilliAMs, sAdely, 60-68 west 162
st. #6a Bronx nY 10452
Wills, lAchAc, 151 eagle st alBanY
nY 12202
Wills, MichAel, 13741 225tH st
laurelton nY 11413
WilMot, MichAel, 12 Park Place
waterFord nY 12188
Wilson, cARol, 174 malta st BrooklYn nY 11207
Wilson, kelly Ann, 188 vanderBilt
Blvd oakdale nY 11769
Wilson, MegAn, 160 w 71st st # 2
new York nY 10023
Wilson, tRAcey, 153 nelson st aPt
1 BrooklYn nY 11231
Wind, WilliAM, 9695 stonecliFF ct
clarence nY 14031
WinteR, dAvid, 5636 draudt rd
orcHard Park nY 14127
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
Wise, sheRWood, 303 woodlawn
ave alBanY nY 12208
WittenbeRg, pAtRiciA, Po Box 45
old BetHPage nY 11804
Wittenstein, keith, 123 oak st aPt
2 BrooklYn nY 11222
Wojcik, WAlteR, 45 Brookvale ave
west BaBYlon nY 11704
WolFe, peteR, 135 asHland ave BuFFalo nY 14222
WoRMuth, MelindA A, 409 rt 146
cliFton Park nY 12065
WRAnovics, chARles M, 140 aPPle
Hill rd HurleY nY 12443
WRobel, MARk, 132 caPen Blvd BuFFalo nY 14226
Wu, tsung tAo, 7610 34tH ave aPt 2s
Jackson HeigHts nY 11372
Wuchte, RichARd, 251 e 51st st aPt
7l new York nY 10022
WuRstle, suzAnne, 218 main st aPt
326 east setauket nY 11733
yAkubovA, elviRA, 6612 102nd st
aPt 1e rego Park nY 11374
yentis, MARA, 400 e 70tH st aPt
2303 new York nY 10021
yoshii, eMiko, 30 w 18tH st aPt 19B
new York nY 10011
youn jung, eun, 231 greYstone ln
aPt 15 rocHester nY 14618
young, bRAndon s, 171 covert st
aPt 2 BrooklYn nY 11207
young, kiM, 219 lark st rocHester
nY 14613
young, scott, Po Box 252 esoPus
nY 12429
young-WRight, keevA, 471a Heritage Hls somers nY 10589
yule, seAn, 334 w 47tH st # 1 new
York nY 10036
zAkhARenko, kAteRynA, 56 Beaver
st aPt 403 new York nY 10004
zAlogA, MARtA, 190 BedFord avenue unit 185 BrooklYn nY 11249
zAMAn, shAh M, 243 nortH rd suite
201 soutH PougHkeePsie nY 12601
zAngARi, jAcquelyn, 24212 town
green dr elmsFord nY 10523
zbytek, yonghui, 66 BettY lou ln
BuFFalo nY 14225
zeb, MichAelle, 72 Beekman ave aPt
1 sleePY Hollow nY 10591
zelMAn, AdAlA s, 22 eaton rd troY
nY 12180
UNCLAIMED FUNDS
zenilMAn, MichAel, 389 BroadwaY
lawrence nY 11559
zhyzhkinA, olenA, 1824 80tH st aPt
2 BrooklYn nY 11214
ziegleR, Ruth, 19 PierrePont st aPt
4 BrooklYn nY 11201
ziMMeRMAn, jAn M, 40 ProsPect
Park w aPt 3k BrooklYn nY 11215
zinAne-vARgetto, nAjAt, 1965 85tH
st aPt 4 BrooklYn nY 11214
zito, jAMes M, 13 Primrose ave
soutH glens Falls nY 12803
zuccARello, debbie s, 21122 34tH
rd BaYside nY 11361
zuccARo, tAniA, 27 will waY carmel
nY 10512
zupitzA, theRese, 109 Holmes rd
newBurgH nY 12550
zuRschMit, RitA, 48 3rd st camden
nY 13316
zWeihoRn, chAninAh l, 4119 13tH
ave BrooklYn nY 11219
A RepoRt oF unclAiMed Funds hAs
been MAde to the coMptRolleR
oF the stAte oF neW yoRk puRsuAnt to section 1316 oF the AbAndoned pRopeRty lAW oF the stAte
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oF the peRsons AppeARing FRoM
the RecoRds oF the sAid coMpAny
to be entitled theReto is in on
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WheRe such AbAndoned pRopeRty
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Will be pAid by us on oR beFoRe
08/31/2018 to peRsons estAblishing to ouR sAtisFAction theiR
Right to Receive the sAMe. on oR
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Approximate amount of lien
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provisions of filed judgment and
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Index No. 23938-07.
Kerry J. Katsorhis, Esq., Referee.
Stern & Eisenberg, PC
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SUPREME COURT COUNTY OF
QUEENS,
LAKEVIEW
LOAN
SERVICING, LLC, Plaintiff, vs.
JOSEPH BAPTISTE, ET AL.,
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale duly filed on
August 10, 2017, I, the
undersigned Referee will sell at
public auction at the Queens
County
Supreme
Court,
Courtroom 25, 88-11 Sutphin
Boulevard, Jamaica, NY on May
25, 2018 at 10:00 a.m., premises
known as 534 Beach 69th Street,
Arverne, NY 11692 a/k/a 534
Beach 69th Street, Far Rockaway,
NY 11692. All that certain plot,
piece or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying and
being in the Borough of Queens,
County of Queens, City and State
of New York, Block 16035 and Lot
30 f/k/a Block 16035 and Lot 28.
Approximate
amount
of
judgment is $337,753.46 plus
interest and costs. Premises will
be sold subject to provisions of
filed
Judgment
Index
#
702914/2016.
John J. O’Grady, Esq., Referee
Schiller, Knapp, Lefkowitz &
Hertzel, LLP, 1412 Sweet Home
Road, Suite 12, Amherst, New
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NOTICE OF SALE
FORECLOSURE NOTICES
NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF QUEENS
WELLS FARGO BANK, NA., Plaintiff
AGAINST GIB DECAILLE, et al.,
Defendant(s) Pursuant to a
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale
duly dated February 08, 2018 I,
the undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction at the Queens
County Courthouse in Courtroom
#25, 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard,
Jamaica, New York, on May 18,
2018 at 10:00AM, premises known
as
10454
164TH
STREET,
JAMAICA, NY 11433. All that
certain plot piece or parcel of
land, with the buildings and
improvements erected, situate,
lying and being in the Borough
and County of Queens, City and
State of New York, BLOCK 10161,
LOT 31. Approximate amount of
judgment
$710,261.25
plus
interest and costs. Premises will
be sold subject to provisions of
filed Judgment for Index#
15912/10.
Joseph Covello, Esq., Referee
Gross Polowy, LLC Attorney for
Plaintiff 1775 Wehrle Drive, Suite
100 Williamsville, NY 14221 52878
SUPREME COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF QUEENS
THE BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON
TRUST COMPANY N.A. F/K/A THE
BANK OF NEW YORK TRUST
COMPANY N.A. AS SUCCESSOR-ININTEREST TO JPMORGAN CHASE
BANK N.A. AS TRUSTEE FOR
MASTR
ADJUSTABLE
RATE
MORTGAGES
TRUST
2005-6
MORTGAGE PASS THROUGH
CERTIFICATES SERIES,
V.
INDIRA CHANDAN, A/K/A INDIRA
RAMSAMY, ET. AL.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated February 28,
2018, and entered in the Office of
the Clerk of the County of Queens,
wherein THE BANK OF NEW YORK
MELLON TRUST COMPANY N.A.
F/K/A THE BANK OF NEW YORK
TRUST COMPANY N.A. AS
SUCCESSOR-IN-INTEREST
TO
JPMORGAN CHASE BANK N.A. AS
TRUSTEE
FOR
MASTR
ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGES
TRUST 2005-6 MORTGAGE PASS
THROUGH CERTIFICATES SERIES,
is the Plaintiff an
d
INDIRA
CHANDAN,
A/K/A
INDIRA
RAMSAMY, ET AL. are the
Defendant(s). I, the undersigned
Referee will sell at public auction
at
the
QUEENS
COUNTY
COURTHOUSE, COURTROOM #25,
88-11 SUTPHIN BLVD., JAMAICA
NY 11435, on June 08, 2018 at
10:00AM, premises known as 10322 124TH STREET, RICHMOND
HILLS, NY 11419: Block 9560, Lot
16:
ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT, PIECE
OR PARCEL OF LAND, WITH THE
BUILDINGS
AND
IMPROVEMENTS
THEREON
ERECTED, SITUATE, LYING AND
BEING IN BOROUGH AND
COUNTY OF QUEENS, CITY AND
STATE OF NEW YORK
Premises will be sold subject to
provisions of filed Judgment
Index # 706703/2015.
DONALD L. CLARKE, Esq. Referee. RAS Boriskin, LLC 900
Merchants Concourse, Suite 106,
Westbury, New York 11590,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
SUPREME COURT, QUEENS COUNTY.
ASTORIA BANK f/k/a Astoria Federal
Savings and Loan Association vs.
LESLEY ANN SUPERVILLE-DUNSTON
a/k/a LESLEY ANN SUPERVILLE, et al.,
defts.
Index
No.
708042/16.
Pursuant to a Judgment of
Foreclosure an
d
Sale entere
d
August 28, 2017, I will sell at public
auction to the highest bidder a in
Court Room 25 of the Queens
County Supreme Court House, 88-11
Sutphin Boulevard, Jamaica, NY on
May 25, 2018 at 10:00 am, the
premises described as follows:
BEGINNING at the corner formed by
the intersection of the easterly side
of 96th Street, with the northerly
side of 25th Avenue, being a plot
100 ft. x 20.50 ft. Said premises
being more accurately described in
the Judgment of Foreclosure and
Sale. Approx. Judgment amt.:
$509,280.09 plus interest. Subject to
terms and conditions of filed
Judgment. Premises k/a 96-01 25th
Avenue, East Elmhurst, NY. Dated:
March 29, 2018. WYATT N. GIBBONS,
Referee. THOMAS & GRAHAM, LLP,
Plaintiff’s attorneys. #94606
SUPREME COURT
OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF QUEENS
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC,
V.
SANG HYUN OH A/K/A SANG H.
OH, ET. AL.
NOTICE OF SALE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
pursuant to a Final Judgment of
Foreclosure dated January 04,
2018, and entered in the Office of
the Clerk of the County of Queens,
wherein NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE
LLC is the Plaintiff and SANG
HYUN OH A/K/A SANG H. OH, ET
AL. are the Defendant(s). I, the
undersigned Referee will sell at
public auction at the QUEENS
COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 88-11
SUTPHIN BLVD. COURTROOM #25,
JAMAICA, NY 11435, on May 25,
2018 at 10:00AM, premises known
as 66-09 242ND STREET, UNIT
14C, DOUGLASTON, NY 11362:
Block 8286, Lot 4108:
ALL THAT CERTAIN PLOT, PIECE
OR PARCEL OF LAND, WITH THE
BUILDINGS
AND
IMPROVEMENTS
THEREIN
CONTAINED, SITUATE AND
BEING
A
PART
OF
A
CONDOMINIUM
IN
DOUGLASTON, COUNTY OF
QUEENS, CITY AND STATE OF
NEW YORK, KNOWN AND
DESIGNATED AS UNIT NO. 14 C
AND
P-34,
AND
ALSO
DESIGNATED AS TAX LOT 4108
TOGETHER WITH A .38054%
UNDIVIDED INTEREST IN THE
COMMON ELEMENTS OF THE
CONDOMINIUM HEREINAFTER
DESCRIBED AS THE SAME IS
DEFINED IN THE DECLARATION
OF CONDOMINIUM
Premises will be sold subject to
provisions of filed Judgment
Index # 11808/2013. MARK I.
SCHRECK, ESQ., Esq. - Referee. RAS
Boriskin, LLC 900 Merchants
Concourse, Suite 106, Westbury,
New York 11590, Attorneys for
Plaintiff.
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www.auction.com or call (800)
280-2832.
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Supplemental Summons and Notice of Object of Action
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
COUNTY OF SUFFOLK
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Action to Foreclose a Mortgage
U.S. BANK NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
AS LEGAL TITLE TRUSTEE FOR TRUMAN
2016 SC6 TITLE TRUST
Plaintiff
Vsx
JOANNE VAUGHN IF LIVING, AND IF HE/SHE
INDEX #: 619243/2017
BE DEAD, ANY AND ALL PERSONS UNKNOWN MORTGAGED PREMISES:
TO PLAINTIFF, CLAIMING, OR WHO MAY CLAIM 136 NORTH 20TH STREET
TO HAVE AN INTEREST IN, OR GENERAL OR
WYANDANCH, NY 11798
SPECIFIC LIEN UPON THE REAL PROPERTY
DSBL #: 0100 - 039.00 DESCRIBED IN THIS ACTION; SUCH UNKNOWN
02.00 - 044.000
PERSONS BEING HEREIN GENERALLY DESCRIBED
AND INTENDED TO BE INCLUDED IN WIFE, WIDOW,
HUSBAND, WIDOWER, HEIRS AT LAW, NEXT OF KIN,
DESCENDANTS, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, DEVISEES,
LEGATEES, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, COMMITTEES, LIENORS, AND
ASSIGNEES OF SUCH DECEASED, ANY AND ALL PERSONS DERIVING
INTEREST IN OR LIEN UPON, OR TITLE TO SAID REAL PROPERTY BY,
THROUGH OR UNDER THEM, OR EITHER OF THEM, AND THEIR RESPECTIVE
WIVES, WIDOWS, HUSBANDS, WIDOWERS, HEIRS AT LAW, NEXT OF KIN,
DESCENDANTS, EXECUTORS, ADMINISTRATORS, DEVISEES, LEGATEES,
CREDITORS, TRUSTEES, COMMITTEES, LIENORS, AND ASSIGNS, ALL OF
WHOM AND WHOSE NAMES, EXCEPT AS STATED, ARE UNKNOWN TO
PLAINTIFF;, PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA ACTING THROUGH THE IRS, JOHN DOE (Those unknown
tenants, occupants, persons or corporations or their heirs, distributees,
executors, administrators, trustees, guardians, assignees, creditors or
successors claiming an interest in the mortgaged premises.)
Defendant(s)
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To the Above named Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to answer the Complaint in this action, and
to serve a copy of your answer, or, if the Complaint is not served with this
Supplemental Summons, to serve a notice of appearance, on the
Plaintiff(s) attorney(s) within twenty days after the service of this
Supplemental Summons, exclusive of the day of service (or within 30
days after the service is complete if this Supplemental Summons is not
personally delivered to you within the State of New York). In case of your
failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by
default for the relief demanded in the Complaint.
The Attorney for Plaintiff has an office for business in the County of Erie.
Trial to be held in the County of Suffolk.
The basis of the venue designated above is the location of the
Mortgaged Premises.
TO Joanne Vaughn Defendant in this Action.
The foregoing Supplemental Summons is served upon you by
publication, pursuant to an order of HON. Linda Kevins of the Supreme
Court of the State of New York, dated the Tenth day of April, 2018 and
filed with the Complaint in the Office of the Clerk of the County of Suffolk,
in the City of Riverhead.
The object of this action is to foreclose a mortgage upon the premises
described below, executed by Joanne Vaughn dated the May 13, 2008, to
secure the sum of $264,000.00 and recorded at Book 21713, Page 767 in
the Office of the Suffolk County Clerk, on the May 30, 2008. The
mortgage was subsequently assigned by an assignment executed June
17, 2010 and recorded on July 1, 2010, in the Office of the Suffolk County
Clerk at Book 21961, Page 358. The mortgage was subsequently assigned
by an assignment executed March 25, 2014 and recorded on May 23,
2014, in the Office of the Suffolk County Clerk at Book 22492, Page 389.
The mortgage was subsequently assigned by an assignment executed
June 29, 2017 and recorded on August 9, 2017, in the Office of the Suffolk
County Clerk at Book 22841, Page 530.
The property in question is described as follows:
136 NORTH 20TH STREET, WYANDANCH, NY 11798
NOTICE
YOU ARE IN DANGER OF LOSING YOUR HOME
If you do not respond to this summons and complaint by serving a copy
of the answer on the attorney for the mortgage company who filed this
foreclosure proceeding against you and filing the answer with the court,
a default judgment may be entered and you can lose your home.
Speak to an attorney or go to the court where your case is pending for
further information on how to answer the summons and protect your
property.
Sending a payment to your mortgage company will not stop this
foreclosure action.
YOU MUST RESPOND BY SERVING A COPY OF THE ANSWER ON THE
ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF (MORTGAGE COMPANY) AND FILING THE
ANSWER WITH THE COURT.
DATED: April 13, 2018
Gross Polowy, LLC
Attorney(s) For Plaintiff(s)
1775 Wehrle Drive, Suite 100
Williamsville, NY 14221
The law firm of Gross Polowy, LLC and the attorneys whom it employs are
debt collectors who are attempting to collect a debt. Any information
obtained by them will be used for that purpose.
NOTICE OF SALE
SUPREME COURT: QUEENS COUNTY.
DEUTSCHE BANK NATIONAL TRUST
COMPANY
ON
BEHALF
OF
FINANCIAL
ASSET
SECURITIES
CORP., SOUNDVIEW HOME LOAN
TRUST 2007-WMC1, ASSET-BACKED
CERTIFICATES, SERIES 2007-WMC1,
Pltf. vs. PURCELL CONWAY, et al,
Defts. Index # 14228/2007. Pursuant
to judgment of foreclosure and sale
dated Jan. 4, 2008, and a
subsequent Order dated July 13,
2016, I will sell at public auction at
the Queens County Supreme Court,
88-11 Sutphin Blvd, Jamaica, NY, in
Courtroom #25, on Friday June 1,
2018 at 10:00 a.m. prem. k/a 459
Beach 63rd St., Far Rockaway, NY
11692 a/k/a Block 16037, Lot 44.
Said
property located
on the
westerly side of Beach 63rd St., 112
ft. southerly from the corner formed
by the intersection of the southerly
side of Thursby Ave. with the
westerly side of Beach 63rd St.,
being a plot 100 ft. x 25.50 ft.
Approx. amt. of judgment is
$352,805.75 plus costs and interest.
Sold subject to terms and conditions
of filed jud gment and terms of sale.
JAMES D. ROBERTSON, Referee.
DRUCKMAN LAW GROUP PLLC,
Attys. for Pltf., 242 Drexel Ave.,
Westbury, NY 11590.
File No. 37136. #94736
NOTICE OF SALE SUPREME COURT
COUNTY OF QUEENS
NATIONSTAR MORTGAGE LLC,
Plaintiff AGAINST JAMES BARTON,
JR., HEIR TO THE ESTATE OF
JAMES BARTON AKA JAMES
BARTON SR., UNKNOWN HEIRS OF
THE ESTATE OF JAMES BARTON
AKA JAMES BARTON SR., et al.,
Defendant(s) Pursuant to a
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale
duly dated February 03, 2017 I,
the undersigned Referee will sell
at public auction at the Queens
County Courthouse in Courtroom
# 25, 88-11 Sutphin Boulevard,
Jamaica, New York, on May 18,
2018 at 10:00AM, premises known
as 158-20 81ST STREET, HOWARD
BEACH, NY 11414. All that certain
plot piece or parcel of land, with
the buildings and improvements
erected, situate, lying and being
in the Borough and County of
Queens, City and State of New
York, BLOCK 13979, LOT 15.
Approximate
amount
of
judgment
$981,973.03
plus
interest and costs. Premises will
be sold subject to provisions of
filed Judgment for Index#
7096/10. VIVIA L JOSEPH, ESQ.,
Referee Gross Polowy, LLC
Attorney for Plaintiff 1775 Wehrle
Drive, Suite 100 Williamsville, NY
14221 53246
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ONEWEST BANK, FSB, Plaintiff
against
ARTHUR
ROBILLOS,
Defendant(s).
Pursuant to a
Judgment of Foreclosure and Sale
entered on May 5, 2017. I, the
undersigned Referee will sell at
public auction at the Queens County
Supreme Courthouse, 88-11 Sutphin
Boulevard, Court Room # 25,
Jamaica, N.Y. on the 8th day of June,
2018 at 10:00 a.m. premises
described as follows: All that certain
plot, piece or parcel of land, situate,
lying and being in the Borough of
Queens, City and State of New York.
Said premises known as 101-59
113th Street, South Richmond Hill,
N.Y. 11419.
(Block: 9431, Lot: 51).
Approximate amount of lien $
628,585.39 plus interest and costs.
Premises will be sold subject to
provisions of filed judgment and
terms of sale.
Index No. 14335-11. David Wayne
Graber, Esq., Referee.
McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, LLC
Attorney(s) for Plaintiff
145 Huguenot Street - Suite 210
New Rochelle, New York 10801
(914) 636-8900
NOTICE OF SALE
Supreme Court County Of Queens
Bank of America, N.A., Plaintiff
AGAINST Chaya Kearse, Michael
Kearse, et al, Defendant Pursuant
to a Judgment of Foreclosure and
Sale duly dated 2/28/2018 and
entered on 3/15/2018, I, the
undersigned Referee, will sell at
public auction at the Queens
County
Courthouse,
88-11
Sutphin Blvd., Courtroom 25,
Jamaica, NY on May 25, 2018 at
10:00 AM premises known as 6956 Hillmeyer Avenue, Arverne, NY
11692. All that certain plot piece
or parcel of land, with the
buildings and improvements
erected, situate, lying and being
in the County of Queens, City and
State of New York, BLOCK: 16046,
LOT: 70. Approximate amount of
judgment is $496,321.01 plus
interests and costs. Premises will
be sold subject to provisions of
filed
Judgment
Index
#
702600/2015. George Headley,
Referee FRENKEL LAMBERT WEISS
WEISMAN & GORDON LLP 53
Gibson Street
Bay Shore, NY 11706
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Western Conference Semifinals
Best-of-7; x-if necessary
Houston vs. Utah
Series tied, 1-1
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Game 2: Utah 116, Houston 108
Fri.: at Utah, 10:30 p.m.
Sun.: at Utah, 8 p.m.
Tue.: at Houston, 8 p.m.
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Fri.: at New Orleans, 8 p.m.
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Celtics 108, 76ers 103
Philadelphia
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
Covington 40:26 8-15 2-2 4-9 2 5 22
Saric
34:02 4-13 4-4 3-9 3 3 14
Embiid
36:53 8-22 3-6 4-14 5 5 20
Redick
36:00 9-17 0-0 1-3 2 1 23
Simmons 30:50 0-4 1-2 0-5 7 2 1
Belinelli
19:34 5-11 0-0 0-1 3 1 11
McConnell 17:12 4-4 0-0 1-1 5 1 8
Ilyasova
16:00 2-6 0-0 3-6 1 1 4
Johnson
9:03 0-0 0-0 0-1 2 2 0
Totals
240:00 40-92 10-14 16-49 30 21 103
Percentages: FG .435, FT .714. 3-point
goals: 13-33, .394 (Redick 5-9,
Covington 4-7, Saric 2-6, Belinelli 1-4,
Embiid 1-6, Ilyasova 0-1). Team
rebounds: 5. Team turnovers: 11 (12
PTS). Blocked shots: 4 (Covington 2,
Embiid, Simmons). Turnovers: 11
(Simmons 5, Belinelli 2, Embiid 2, Saric
2). Steals: 7 (Covington 2, McConnell 2,
Embiid, Ilyasova, Redick).
Boston
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
Horford
37:06 5-9 3-3 3-12 5 1 13
Tatum
33:20 7-14 5-6 0-2 2 2 21
Baynes
21:12 2-6 0-0 1-4 0 1 5
Rozier
38:04 6-15 4-4 0-7 9 1 20
Smart
39:29 6-13 3-5 0-5 3 4 19
Morris
28:23 3-8 3-4 1-6 3 3 11
Brown
24:41 5-12 1-2 0-4 1 2 13
Larkin
9:56 1-1 0-0 0-0 0 1 2
Monroe
6:15 2-4 0-0 0-1 0 1 4
Ojeleye
1:34 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Totals
240:00 37-82 19-24 5-41 23 16 108
Percentages: FG .451, FT .792. 3-point
goals: 15-36, .417 (Rozier 4-9, Smart 410, Morris 2-3, Tatum 2-4, Brown 2-5,
Baynes 1-3, Horford 0-2). Team
rebounds: 11. Team turnovers: 9 (16
PTS). Blocked shots: 4 (Morris, Rozier,
Smart, Tatum). Turnovers: 9 (Smart 3,
Tatum 2, Baynes, Brown, Horford,
Larkin). Steals: 7 (Smart 2, Brown,
Horford, Monroe, Rozier, Tatum).
Philadelphia
31 25 19 28—103
Boston
22 29 28 29—108
A: 18,624 (18,624). T: 2:23.
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Cavaliers 128, Raptors 110
Cleveland
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
James
40:31 19-28 4-8 1-8 14 1 43
Smith
35:05 5-8 3-3 1-1 1 1 15
Love
35:15 11-21 7-7 1-11 2 4 31
Hill
35:20 5-8 3-3 1-3 2 1 13
Korver
27:47 2-3 0-0 0-2 2 3 5
Green
20:10 5-8 0-2 0-1 1 2 14
Thompson 15:09 1-1 0-0 0-2 0 0 2
Clarkson 13:40 2-5 0-0 0-1 0 1 5
Hood
11:55 0-2 0-0 1-4 3 1 0
Nance Jr.
2:34 0-0 0-0 0-1 0 0 0
Osman
2:34 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Totals
240:00 50-84 17-23 5-34 25 14 128
Percentages: FG .595, FT .739. 3-point
goals: 11-26, .423 (Green 4-6, Smith 2-3,
Love 2-6, Korver 1-2, James 1-3,
Clarkson 1-4, Hill 0-2). Team rebounds:
8. Team turnovers: 3 (4 PTS). Blocked
shots: 3 (Green 2, Love). Turnovers: 3
(Hood, James, Love). Steals: 5 (Korver
2, James, Love, Smith).
Toronto
Min
FG FT O-Rb A PF Pts
Anunoby 23:09 2-5 0-0 0-0 1 3 5
Ibaka
12:12 0-5 2-2 3-6 1 0 2
Valnciunas 26:51 8-11 0-0 2-12 2 2 16
DeRozan 35:05 11-23 2-2 0-0 3 5 24
Lowry
33:47 7-10 4-5 0-4 8 5 21
VanVleet 23:55 5-10 0-0 0-0 4 0 14
Wright
23:39 2-4 0-0 0-4 4 1 5
Miles
20:05 3-5 0-0 0-0 1 3 8
Siakam
18:15 1-1 0-0 0-6 0 4 2
Poeltl
14:42 3-3 2-2 0-2 1 1 8
Powell
3:12 1-2 0-0 0-1 0 0 2
Nogueira
2:34 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0
Brown
2:34 1-2 0-0 0-0 1 0 3
Totals
240:00 44-81 10-11 5-35 26 24 110
Percentages: FG .543, FT .909. 3-point
goals: 12-30, .400 (VanVleet 4-7, Lowry
3-6, Miles 2-2, Brown 1-2, Wright 1-2,
Anunoby 1-3, Ibaka 0-1, Powell 0-1,
Valanciunas 0-1, DeRozan 0-5). Team
rebounds: 1. Team turnovers: 11 (13
PTS). Blocked shots: 2 (Miles,
Valanciunas). Turnovers: 11 (Lowry 4,
Wright 2, Anunoby, DeRozan, Ibaka,
Siakam, Valanciunas). Steals: 2
(Anunoby, Poeltl). Technicals: coach
Dwane Casey, 00:45 second.
Cleveland
26 35 37 30—128
Toronto
29 34 24 23—110
A: 20,127 (19,800). T: 2:19.
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Pittsburgh vs. Washington
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Game 1: Pittsburgh 3, Washington 2
Game 2: Washington 4, Pittsburgh 1
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Mon., May 7: at Pittsburgh, 7 p.m.
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Game 2: Nashville 5, Winnipeg 4, 2OT
Game 3: Winnipeg 7, Nashville 4
Game 4: Nashville 2, Winnipeg 1
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Mon.: at Winnipeg, 9:30 p.m.
x-Thu.: at Nashville, TBD
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Series tied, 2-2
Game 1: Vegas 7, San Jose 0
Game 2: San Jose 4, Vegas 3, 2OT
Game 3: Vegas 4, San Jose 3, OT
Game 4: San Jose 4, Vegas 0
Fri.: at Vegas, 10 p.m.
Sun.: at San Jose, 7:30 p.m.
x-Tue.: at Vegas, TBD
0 1 0— 1
0 2 1— 3
First Period: None. Penalties: Carlson,
WSH, (hooking), 1:10.
Second Period: 1, Pittsburgh, Guentzel
9 (Crosby, Simon), 9:21. 2, Washington,
Oshie 4 (Kuznetsov, Backstrom), 12:55
(pp). 3, Pittsburgh, Malkin 4 (Hornqvist,
Kessel), 17:31 (pp). Penalties: Malkin,
PIT, (slashing), 0:37; Stephenson, WSH,
(slashing),
3:30;
Guentzel,
PIT,
(tripping), 11:51; Guentzel, PIT,
(slashing),
14:17;
Oshie,
WSH,
(interference), 16:10.
Third Period: 4, Pittsburgh, Guentzel
10 (Letang, Crosby), 19:02 (pp).
Penalties: Washington bench, served
by Stephenson (too many men on the
ice), 18:49; Oshie, WSH, Major
(fighting), 19:02; Letang, PIT, Major
(fighting), 19:02.
Shots on Goal: Washington 7-11-3—21.
Pittsburgh 9-8-7—24.
Power-play
opportunities:
Washington 1 of 3; Pittsburgh 2 of 4.
Goalies: Washington, Holtby 6-3 (23
shots-21 saves). Pittsburgh, Murray 6-4
(21-20).
A: 18,650 (18,387). T: 2:33. Referees:
Francis Charron, Brad Watson.
Linesmen: David Brisebois, Brad
Kovachik.
Predators 2, Jets 1
Nashville
Winnipeg
1 1 0— 2
0 0 1— 1
First Period: 1, Nashville, Hartman 2,
17:20. Penalties: Josi, NSH, (cross
checking),
3:46;
Laine,
WPG,
(roughing), 3:46; Smith, NSH, (tripping),
20:00.
Second Period: 2, Nashville, Subban 3
(Johansen, Forsberg), 14:36 (pp).
Penalties: Byfuglien, WPG, (slashing),
13:43; Lowry, WPG, (hooking), 18:39.
Third Period: 3, Winnipeg, Laine 3
(Stastny), 19:09 (pp). Penalties:
Subban, NSH, (cross checking), 17:58.
Shots on Goal: Nashville 9-13-7—29.
Winnipeg 12-11-10—33.
Power-play opportunities: Nashville 1
of 2; Winnipeg 1 of 2.
Goalies: Nashville, Rinne 6-4 (33 shots32 saves). Winnipeg, Hellebuyck 6-3
(29-27).
A: 15,321 (15,294). T: 2:30. Referees:
Eric
Furlatt,
Kelly
Sutherland.
Linesmen: Michel Cormier, Brian
Murphy.
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Transactions
American League
Cleveland Indians: Recalled RHP
Adam Plutko from Columbus (IL).
Los Angeles Angels: Optioned OF
Ryan Schimpf to Salt Lake City (PCL).
Recalled Jaime Barria from Salt Lake
City.
Seattle Mariners: Released OF Ichiro
Suzuki and named him special
assistant to the chairman. Selected
the contract of RHP Erik Goeddel from
Tacoma (PCL).
Toronto Blue Jays: Placed 1B Justin
Smoak on paternity leave. Optioned
INF Gift Ngoepe to Buffalo (IL).
Reinstated 3B Josh Donaldson from
the 10-day DL. Recalled OF Dwight
Smith Jr. and LHP Tim Mayza from
Buffalo.
National League
Arizona Diamondbacks: Optioned 1B
Christian Walker to Reno (PCL).
Reinstated OF Steven Souza Jr. from
the 10-day DL.
Atlanta Braves: Claimed INF/OF Phil
Gosselin off waivers from Cincinnati.
Cincinnati Reds: Placed LHP Amir
Garrett on the bereavement list.
Los Angeles Dodgers: Optioned
INF/OF Breyvic Valera to Oklahoma
City (PCL). Placed LHP Hyun-Jin Ryu
on the 10-day DL. Recalled RHP Yimi
Gacia and INF/OF Tim Locastro from
Oklahoma City.
Milwaukee Brewers: Sent C Stephen
Vogt to Biloxi (SL) for a rehab
assignment.
New York Mets: Agreed to terms in
INF Cody Asche on a minor league
contract.
Washington Nationals: Sent 3B
Anthony Rendon to Potomac
(Carolina) for a rehab assignment.
FOOTBALL
National Football League
Atlanta Falcons: Agreed to terms with
QB Matt Ryan on a five-year contract
extension.
Dallas Cowboys: Announced the
retirement of TE Jason Witten.
Washington Redskins: Released OL
Orlando Franklin. Signed OL Sean
Welsh.
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4 Evening wear
7 Bradley’s conf.
10 Rafael Montero injury
in 2018
11 Spoil
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13 He grew up a Yankee
fan & homered in his
first game at Yankee
Stadium (2015)
16 Jumbo on the course
17 Student-athlete’s
quarters
20 Stan skated in the
NHL 1994-2004
including 18 games
with the Rangers
24 Carl Merrill
26 Damon had one
before joining the
Yankees
27 Brett Gardner’s
league-leading stat
in 2011
29 Hurler Fernando
30 The Yanks swapped
him to Boston for
Sparky Lyle
32 DeMarre Carroll
38 Met or Net
39 Unit of energy
40 Curtis Granderson’s
league-leading stat in
2011
41 Slider’s site
42 Studio that made
“The Pride of the
Yankees”
43 Relative
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1 Old boat
2 Recording trio
3 Sylvester Williams
4 Randy Levine for
the Yankees
5 Hurler Santana
6 Preakness or
Belmont
7 13 Across in 2015
8 Compete
9 NYC taxi
14 Nets’ old home
15 “Sandy” Alderson
17 Social serv. org.
18 NY Giant for 22
seasons
19 Regret
21 Onetime Jint Vyto
22 Mrs. Astor
23 Barber
25 Met or Net
28 Coney Island rink
31 Therefore
32 He was sent to
Tampa Bay in 2018
33 3 Down’s college
34 Negative
35 Gooden
36 Japanese sash
37 Card game
SOLUTION IN SATURDAY’S POST
Fight Schedule
Friday
At StubHub Center, Carson, Calif.
(ESPN), Ryan Garcia vs. Jayson Velez,
10, super featherweights.
May 5
At StubHub Center, Carson, Calif.
(HBO), Gennady Golovkin vs. Vanes
Martirosyan, 12, for Golovkin's WBCWBA middleweight titles.
At London, Tony Bellew vs. David Haye,
12, heavyweights; Martin J. Ward vs.
James Tennyson, 12, for Ward's
European junior lightweight title; John
Ryder vs. Jamie Cox, 12, super
middleweights.
May 11
At 2300 Arena, Philadelphia (SHO),
Devin Haney vs. Mason Menard, 10,
lightweights.
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Toronto vs. Cleveland
Cleveland leads series, 2-0
Game 1: Cleveland 113, Toronto 112, OT
Game 2: Cleveland 128, Toronto 110
Sat.: at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m.
Mon.: at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m.
x-Wed.: at Toronto, TBA
x-May 11: at Cleveland, TBA
x-May 13: at Toronto, TBA
Boston vs. Philadelphia
Boston leads series, 2-0
Game 1: Boston 117, Philadelphia 101
Game 2: Boston 108, Philadelphia 103
Sat.: at Philadelphia, 5 p.m.
Mon.: at Philadelphia, 6 p.m.
x-Wed.: at Boston, TBA
x-May 11: at Philadelphia, TBA
x-May 13: at Boston, TBA
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Washington
Pittsburgh
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
NBA
Penguins 3, Capitals 1
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AL Standings
East
W
Boston
Yankees
Toronto
Tampa Bay
Baltimore
22
21
18
13
8
9
10
14
16
23
.710 —
.677 1
.563 4½
.448 8
.258 14
Central
Cleveland
Detroit
Minnesota
Chicago
Kansas City
W
17
13
10
9
9
L
14
17
17
20
22
Pct. GB *WGB
.548 —
—
.433 3½
5½
.370 5
7
.310 7
9
.290 8
10
West
Los Angeles
Houston
Seattle
Oakland
Texas
W
19
20
18
15
13
L Pct. GB *WGB
L
12
13
12
16
20
—
—
1½
5
11
Pct. GB *WGB
.613 —
—
.606 —
—
.600
½
½
.484 4
4
.394 7
7
L10 Streak Home Away
5-5 L-1
9-1 W-3
4-6 L-1
7-3 L-2
2-8 L-3
L10
5-5
4-6
2-8
4-6
4-6
L10
5-5
4-6
7-3
5-5
5-5
11-4 11-5
11-5 10-5
9-7 9-7
6-7 7-9
5-10 3-13
Streak Home Away
W-1
11-8 6-6
L-1
8-8 5-9
L-1
7-7 3-10
W-1
3-10 6-10
W-1
4-12 5-10
Streak Home Away
W-3
8-10 11-2
L-3
10-9 10-4
W-1
7-6 11-6
L-1
8-6 7-10
W-1
5-12 8-8
*WGB: Games behind leader in wild-card race
Thursday
Yankees 6, Houston 5
Toronto 13, Cleveland 11, 1st gm., 11 inn.
Kansas City 10, Detroit 6
Texas 11, Boston 5
White Sox 6, Minnesota 5
Cleveland 13, Toronto 4, 2nd game
L.A. Angels 12, Baltimore 3
Seattle 4, Oakland 1
Saturday
Cleveland at Yankees, 1:05
Detroit at Kansas City, 4:15
Toronto at Tampa Bay, 6:10
Minnesota at White Sox, 7:10
Boston at Texas, 8:05
Houston at Arizona, 8:10
Baltimore at Oakland, 9:05
L.A. Angels at Seattle, 9:10
AB
0
4
4
5
3
1
5
4
2
4
4
Totals
R
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
1
1
1
0
H
0
2
0
2
1
0
1
1
0
2
0
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 --4 0 0 .370
0 1 0 .300
0 0 1 .345
0 1 0 .365
0 0 0 .188
0 0 1 .261
0 0 1 .243
0 2 0 .136
1 0 1 .200
0 0 2 .180
36 5 9 5
Texas
DeShields cf
Choo dh
Kiner-Falefa 2b
Mazara rf
Gallo 1b
Profar ss
R.Nunez 3b
Chirinos c
Rua lf
Totals
AB
5
5
4
5
3
2
3
4
4
R
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
H
2
2
1
2
0
1
0
2
1
6
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .278
0 0 1 .258
1 1 0 .276
5 0 1 .285
0 0 2 .220
1 2 1 .244
1 0 1 .130
1 0 1 .198
1 0 1 .207
35 11 11 10
Boston
Texas
4
3
9
001 200 020 — 5 9 3
022 600 10x —11 11 2
E: Bogaerts 2 (3), Devers (7), DeShields (1),
Kiner-Falefa (3). LOB: Boston 9, Texas 5. 2B:
Betts (12), Bogaerts (9), Mazara (5),
Chirinos (6). 3B: Profar (1). HR: Betts (12),
off Minor; Mazara (6), off Velazquez. RBIs:
Betts 4 (25), Vazquez (5), Kiner-Falefa (8),
Mazara 5 (22), Profar (12), R.Nunez (2),
Chirinos (12), Rua (4). SF: Betts, R.Nunez.
Boston
Price, L, 2-4
Velazquez
Walden
IP
3.2
0.2
3.2
H
6
1
4
R ER BB SO NP ERA
9 7 2 4 86 5.11
1 1 1 1 18 2.38
1 0 0 4 53 3.68
Texas
Minor, W, 3-1
Leclerc
Barnette
IP
6.0
1.2
1.1
H
7
2
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 3 3 4 96 4.36
2 2 1 2 35 1.86
0 0 0 0 17 3.00
T: 3:20. A: 22,348 (49,115).
New York
Gardner cf
Judge rf
Gregorius ss
Stanton lf
Sanchez c
Walker 1b
Andujar dh-3b
Torreyes 3b
b-Hicks ph
Chapman p
Torres 2b
Totals
Rangers 11, Red Sox 5
Boston
Walden p
Betts rf
Ramirez 1b
Martinez lf
Bogaerts ss
Lin ss
Devers 3b
E.Nunez 2b
Swihart dh-c
Vazquez c
Bradley Jr. cf
Yankees 6, Astros 5
Houston
Springer rf-cf
Altuve 2b
Correa ss
Gurriel dh
Reddick lf-rf
Bregman 3b
Gonzalez 1b
McCann c
Marisnick cf
a-Fisher ph-lf
c-Gattis ph
Totals
AB
5
5
5
3
2
2
4
3
1
0
3
R
0
0
1
0
1
2
1
0
1
0
0
H
0
0
2
0
0
1
2
1
1
0
1
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .194
1 0 0 .298
0 0 2 .333
0 1 2 .234
0 2 2 .204
1 1 0 .171
0 0 1 .284
1 0 0 .386
0 0 0 .242
0 0 0 --3 0 1 .317
33 6 8 6
AB
5
5
4
4
4
3
4
4
2
1
1
R
0
0
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
H
1
0
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
0
0
9
BI BB SO Avg
1 0 1 .256
0 0 2 .328
1 0 1 .307
0 0 0 .243
0 0 0 .242
0 0 0 .252
1 0 2 .229
1 0 1 .269
0 0 0 .164
0 0 1 .170
0 0 1 .190
37 5 9 4
New York
Houston
4
0
9
021 000 003 — 6 8 0
000 000 410 — 5 9 0
a-struck out for Marisnick in the 7th. bsingled for Torreyes in the 9th. c-advanced
to 1st on strikeout for Fisher in the 9th. LOB:
New York 6, Houston 6. 2B: Gregorius (10).
HR: Correa (5), off Green. RBIs: Judge (19),
Walker (7), Torreyes (5), Torres 3 (5),
Springer (20), Correa (22), Gonzalez (17),
McCann (9). SF: Torres. Runners left in
scoring position: New York 2 (Gregorius,
Andujar); Houston 3 (Altuve 3). RISP: New
York 5 for 11; Houston 2 for 7. Runners
moved up: Gardner, Springer.
New York
IP
Tanaka
6.0
Green
1.1
Shreve, W, 1-0 0.2
Chapman, S, 7-7 1.0
H
5
3
0
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 3 0 5 83 4.39
2 1 0 1 25 2.35
0 0 0 0 9 0.75
0 0 0 3 15 1.29
Houston
IP
McCullers
7.0
Devenski, H, 6 1.0
Harris, L, 1-2 0.0
Peacock
1.0
H
5
0
2
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 3 3 5 108 3.73
0 0 0 3 12 0.68
3 3 1 0 15 3.97
0 0 0 1 10 2.63
Tanaka pitched to 3 batters in the 7th.
Harris pitched to 3 batters in the 9th.
Inherited runners-scored: Green 3-3,
Peacock 3-3. HBP: McCullers (Walker),
Tanaka (Bregman). WP: Tanaka, Peacock,
Chapman. PB: Sanchez (5). Umpires: Home,
Jim Reynolds; First, John Tumpane; Second,
Mark Wegner; Third, Alfonso Marquez. T:
3:11. A: 34,838 (41,168).
Pitching Form
Game Time
'17 vs OPP
CAREER
W-L
ERA vs OPP
LAST 3 STARTS
W-L
IP
ERA
The
Line
W-L
2018
ERA
*REC
7:05pm
0-4
2-0
9.16
1.71
1-3
3-2
1-0
0-0
0.00
3.72
3-3
4-3
0-2
2-0
14.2
17.1
6.75
0.52
7:10pm
1-3
2-1
5.46
4.09
3-3
3-1
0-0
0-0
4.50
0.00
0-0
0-1
1-2
1-1
15.1
15.0
5.87
5.40
3.27
2.67
5-1
3-3
0-1
0-1
7.45
2.84
0-1
10-7
0-1
2-1
16.1
17.1
3.86
3.12
METS
7:05pm
1-1
3-2
NATIONALS $123-133
Phillies
1.69
4.35
1-0
2-4
0-0
1-0
0.00
0.93
0-0
1-0
1-0
1-2
5.1
15.2
1.69
2.87
REDS
$110-120
Marlins
7:10pm
1-0
1-3
BRAVES
$127-137
Giants
3.90
2.53
4-2
2-4
0-0
0-1
0.00
11.25
0-0
2-2
1-1
1-0
15.0
16.2
5.40
2.16
BREWERS
$110-120
Pirates
7:35pm
2-2
2-1
0.00
0.82
1-0
3-1
0-0
0-0
0.00
4.26
0-0
1-0
1-0
1-1
7.0
16.2
0.00
0.54
Dodgers
8:10pm
1-0
2-1
5.74
3.27
4-1
3-2
1-0
0-0
4.63
0.00
3-0
0-0
2-0
2-0
14.2
21.0
6.75
1.71
Favorite
Line
8:15pm
3-1
3-0
YANKEES
$185-205
3.76
2.78
2-3
3-3
1-2
0-0
5.85
0.00
4-3
0-0
1-1
2-1
17.2
16.2
4.58
3.78
Blue Jays
$131-141
RAYS
Red Sox
$168-183
RANGERS
Major League Baseball
Indians
Yankees
Tomlin (R)
Sabathia (L)
Rockies
Mets
Marquez (R)
Wheeler (R)
Phillies
Nationals
Pivetta (R)
Gonzalez (L)
Marlins
Reds
Chen (L)
Romano (R)
Giants
Braves
Stratton (R)
Foltynewicz (R)
Pirates
Brewers
Kingham (R)
Guerra (R)
Cubs
Cardinals
Quintana (L)
Mikolas (R)
Dodgers
Padres
Maeda (R)
Lucchesi (L)
9:10pm
2-2
3-1
Blue Jays
Rays
Happ (L)
Kittredge (R)
4-1
1-2
3.50
6.23
5-1
0-2
0-0
0-0
0.00
0.00
3-3
0-0
2-0
0-1
20.0
5.1
3.15
3.38
Twins
$140-150 WHITE SOX
7:10pm
ROYALS
$106-116
Tigers
Red Sox
Rangers
Porcello (R)
Colon (R)
2.23
2.87
5-1
2-2
1-0
0-0
4.85
0.00
6-4
8-5
1-0
1-0
20.2
20.1
2.61
3.54
ATHLETICS $137-147
Orioles
8:05pm
4-0
1-0
Twins
White Sox
Berrios (R)
Fulmer (R)
8:10pm
2-3
2-1
3.63
4.68
3-3
3-2
2-1
0-1
2.21
40.50
4-1
0-1
0-2
2-0
14.0
14.0
5.79
3.86
Favorite
Tigers
Royals
Liriano (L)
Kennedy (R)
8:15pm
3-1
1-3
3.38
3.48
3-2
2-4
1-0
2-1
3.00
4.50
8-5
3-4
2-0
0-2
16.2
13.0
4.32
6.92
Astros
$178-193
D’BACKS
Home Team In CAPS
Orioles
Athletics
Cashner (R)
Mengden (R)
10:05pm
1-4
2-3
4.76
4.68
1-5
3-3
1-0
0-0
2.25
0.00
1-0
0-0
0-3
1-1
16.0
16.2
7.31
3.24
Angels
Mariners
Richards (R)
Leake (R)
10:10pm
3-1
3-2
4.88
6.48
4-2
4-2
0-0
1-0
0.00
3.00
5-4
2-0
2-1
1-2
12.2
15.1
5.68
9.98
Astros
D'Backs
Cole (R)
Medlen (R)
9:40pm
2-1
0-0
1.73
0.00
5-1
0-0
0-1
0-0
2.57
0.00
2-2
—
1-1
0-0
20.2
0.0
2.18
0.00
* REC: Won-lost record of pitcher's team in games he has started.
Changes are needed Stitches
For the signs they are a changin’. ... News outside Fenway
Park yesterday. Yawkey Way is no more. Street named after former Bosox owner Tom Yawkey is history. History
shows Tom was in charge of the franchise known as the
last to sign a black player. Road outside the storied ballpark will hereby be known as Jersey St. ... In a related story
out of New Jersey, Chris Christie Street will now be referred to as Beachbody Drive.
We sure can pick ‘em, can’t we? A day after the Cubs got
blown out 11-2, the Mets were scalped by the Bravos 11-0.
Jason Vargas surrendering six runs in 4 ²/₃ innings. Julio Teheran flirted with a no-no before leaving after seven having
scattered two hits. Latest loss leaves us at -109 variteks.
-$
Gayle King: “I feel sick to my stomach.” No worries,
Gayle. Turning it around tonight. Riding the Happ express.
J.A. Happ pitches in St. Pete vs. the Rays. He’s won for us
twice this year and has earned a W in his last four starts —
20 units on the Jays. And 10 units on the Red Sox as comeback player of the year Rick Porcello is matched against
“round mound on the mound” Bartolo Colon in Texas.
stitches@nypost.com
Royals 10, Tigers 6
Detroit
AB R H BI BB SO
Martin cf
4 2 3 0 1 1
Candelario 3b
5 0 1 2 0 2
Cabrera dh
4 0 1 0 0 1
1-Goodrum pr-dh 1 0 0 0 0 0
Castellanos rf
5 1 3 2 0 1
Jones lf
5 0 0 0 0 1
Hicks 1b
4 2 2 0 1 1
McCann c
4 0 1 1 1 3
Iglesias ss
5 0 2 1 0 1
Machado 2b
4 1 2 0 0 0
Totals
41 6 15 6 3 11
Kansas City
Merrifield 2b
Soler rf
Moustakas 3b
Perez c
Duda 1b
Jay lf
Cuthbert dh
Gordon cf
Escobar ss
Totals
Detroit
Kansas City
AB
5
4
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
36
R
0
3
2
2
0
0
0
2
1
10
H
1
1
1
2
3
1
0
3
1
13
Avg
.284
.283
.323
.200
.309
.263
.250
.258
.219
.212
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .250
1 1 1 .312
1 1 0 .298
2 1 0 .304
4 0 1 .235
1 0 0 .265
0 0 1 .211
1 0 0 .303
0 0 0 .218
10 3 4
002 121 000 — 6 15 0
202 123 00x —10 13 0
1-ran for Cabrera in the 6th. LOB: Detroit 11,
Kansas City 6. 2B: Candelario (9), Hicks (3),
Machado (9), Moustakas (7), Perez (3). HR:
Castellanos (3), off Skoglund; Perez (2), off
Fiers; Gordon (2), off Fiers; Soler (4), off Bell.
RBIs: Candelario 2 (14), Castellanos 2 (20),
McCann (13), Iglesias (8), Soler (10),
Moustakas (20), Perez 2 (6), Duda 4 (15), Jay
(7), Gordon (5). SF: Moustakas. Runners left
in scoring position: Detroit 6 (Candelario 2,
Castellanos 2, McCann, Machado); Kansas
City 3 (Jay, Cuthbert 2).
Detroit
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Fiers
4.0 6 5 5 1 1 66 5.00
Bell, L, 0-1
1.2 5 5 5 1 2 38 8.59
Saupold
1.1 2 0 0 1 0 28 2.70
Barbato
1.0 0 0 0 0 1 11 9.00
Kansas City IP
Skoglund
4.2
Barlow
0.2
McCarthy, W, 3-0 1.2
Hill
0.2
Boyer, H, 2
0.1
Herrera
1.0
H
8
4
0
2
0
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
5 5 3 6 93 6.84
1 1 0 0 23 4.91
0 0 0 1 12 2.19
0 0 0 1 18 4.09
0 0 0 1 313.06
0 0 0 2 12 0.77
T: 3:07. A: 28,866 (37,903).
White Sox 6, Twins 5
Minnesota
Dozier 2b
Mauer 1b
Kepler cf
Escobar 3b
Rosario lf
Grossman rf
Morrison dh
Petit ss
Castro c
AB
5
4
4
3
4
4
4
4
1
Totals
R
0
0
0
1
1
0
2
1
0
H
0
1
0
0
1
0
3
2
0
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .226
0 0 0 .293
0 0 1 .286
0 1 0 .298
1 0 1 .252
0 0 0 .185
2 0 0 .184
0 0 1 .455
1 1 0 .150
33 5 7 4
Chicago
Sanchez 2b
Anderson ss
Abreu 1b
Delmonico lf
Davidson 3b
Palka dh
Thompson rf
Narvaez c
Engel cf
AB
4
4
3
3
4
4
4
3
1
Totals
R
0
0
1
1
0
1
1
1
1
H
1
0
0
1
2
1
1
1
0
30 6 7 5
Minnesota
Chicago
2
3
BI BB SO Avg
2 0 1 .272
0 0 4 .252
0 1 1 .257
0 0 1 .244
0 0 2 .263
2 0 2 .292
1 0 2 .140
0 0 1 .209
0 1 0 .164
2 14
002 300 000 — 5 7 2
001 211 001 — 6 7 0
Two outs when winning run scored. E:
Grossman (2), Petit (1). LOB: Minnesota 5,
Chicago 2. 2B: Rosario (6), Morrison (3),
Davidson (5), Narvaez (3). HR: Morrison (3),
off Lopez; Palka (2), off Odorizzi; Thompson
(3), off Reed. RBIs: Rosario (17), Morrison 2
(9), Castro (3), Sanchez 2 (17), Palka 2 (8),
Thompson (3). SB: Engel (5). CS: Sanchez
(1), Delmonico (1). SF: Castro. S: Engel.
Runners left in scoring position: Minnesota
1 (Dozier); Chicago 1 (Thompson). RISP:
Minnesota 2 for 4; Chicago 1 for 4. Runners
moved up: Sanchez. DP: Minnesota 1
(Castro, Dozier).
Minnesota
Odorizzi
Rogers
Pressly
Reed, L, 0-2
IP
5.1
1.2
1.0
0.2
H
6
0
0
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
5 3 2 8 106 4.10
0 0 0 3 17 7.30
0 0 0 2 14 1.04
1 1 0 1 12 3.24
Chicago
Lopez
Avilan
Minaya
Bummer
Jones, W, 2-0
IP
6.2
1.0
0.1
0.2
0.1
H
6
1
0
0
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
5 4 2 0 83 2.43
0 0 0 2 19 3.72
0 0 0 0 610.80
0 0 0 1 14 5.19
0 0 0 0 3 1.46
T: 2:54. A: 13,260 (40,615).
Friday
National League
Favorite
Line
Underdog
$114-124
Rockies
CARDINALS $100-110
Cubs
$117-127
PADRES
American League
Angels
Underdog
Indians
$115-125
MARINERS
Interleague
Line
Underdog
Gm. 1: Jays 13, Indians 11, 11 inn.
Toronto
Granderson lf
Maile ph
Smith Jr. lf
Donaldson 3b
Hernandez rf
Solarte 2b-1b
Pillar cf
Martin c
Morales dh
Pearce 1b
Diaz ss
Gurriel Jr. ss-2b
Totals
AB
3
0
0
7
6
6
6
5
6
3
2
5
R
2
1
0
3
2
2
1
1
0
0
0
1
H
1
0
0
3
1
5
2
1
0
1
0
3
BI BB SO Avg
0 3 2 .278
0 1 0 .341
0 0 0 --3 0 2 .264
0 1 2 .282
6 1 0 .270
1 1 1 .325
2 0 2 .153
0 0 2 .190
0 0 1 .273
0 1 1 .187
1 1 1 .256
49 13 17 13
Cleveland
Lindor ss
Davis lf
Ramirez 3b
Brantley dh
Encarnacion 1b
Gomes c
Alonso ph
Guyer rf
Kipnis ph-2b
Zimmer cf
Gonzalez 2b
Naquin rf
Totals
AB
6
6
3
5
5
4
1
3
3
5
3
2
R
2
0
3
2
1
0
0
1
0
1
1
0
H
3
2
0
3
3
0
0
1
0
1
1
1
46 11 15 10
Toronto
Cleveland
9 14
BI BB SO Avg
4 0 1 .276
0 0 1 .212
0 2 0 .263
0 1 0 .349
3 1 1 .209
0 1 2 .250
0 0 1 .212
1 0 0 .184
0 0 0 .193
2 0 3 .221
0 0 1 .333
0 0 1 .304
5 11
020 302 110 04 —13 17 1
000 700 020 02 —11 15 1
E: Solarte (2), Lindor (4). LOB: Toronto 13,
Cleveland 8. 2B: Donaldson 2 (3), Hernandez
(8), Solarte (5), Pillar (13), Gurriel Jr. (1),
Brantley 2 (8), Guyer (5). HR: Martin (4), off
Carrasco; Donaldson (4), off Goody; Solarte
(8), off Olson; Lindor (6), off Garcia; Lindor
(7), off Tepera. RBIs: Donaldson 3 (12),
Solarte 6 (21), Pillar (16), Martin 2 (9),
Gurriel Jr. (6), Lindor 4 (16), Encarnacion 3
(19), Guyer (6), Zimmer 2 (5).
Toronto
IP
Garcia
3.1
Barnes
0.1
Axford
2.1
Clippard, H, 4 1.0
Tepera
1.0
Oh
1.0
Mayza, W, 1-0 1.0
Osuna
1.0
H
7
2
0
1
2
0
1
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
6 6 1 4 67 6.60
1 1 2 0 17 2.57
0 0 0 1 18 1.65
0 0 1 2 23 1.65
2 1 1 1 19 2.30
0 0 0 1 19 2.02
0 0 0 1 9 0.00
2 2 0 1 16 3.14
Cleveland
Carrasco
Goody
McAllister
Taylor
Allen
Otero
Olson, L, 0-1
H
9
2
3
0
0
1
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
6 6 3 7 113 3.95
2 2 0 1 12 6.94
1 1 2 2 45 9.00
0 0 0 1 5 0.00
0 0 2 1 22 1.98
0 0 0 1 25 4.40
4 4 2 1 29 7.15
T: 4:47.
IP
5.1
0.2
1.2
0.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
NL Standings
19
17
17
16
11
11
12
13
16
19
L Pct. GB *WGB
.633 —
.586 1½
.567 2
.500 4
.367 8
L10 Streak Home Away
Central
Milwaukee
St. Louis
Chicago
Pittsburgh
Cincinnati
W
19
17
16
17
7
L
13
12
12
15
24
Pct. GB *WGB
.594 —
—
.586
½
—
.571 1
½
.531 2
1½
.226 11½
11
L10 Streak Home Away
6-4 W-3
8-6 11-7
6-4 W-2
9-5 8-7
7-3 L-2
8-6 8-6
5-5 L-4
10-5 7-10
4-6 L-3
3-12 4-12
West
Arizona
Colorado
San Francisco
Los Angeles
San Diego
W
21
17
16
14
11
L
10
15
15
17
21
Pct. GB *WGB
.677 —
—
.531 4½
1½
.516 5
2
.452 7
4
.344 10½
7½
L10
6-4
5-5
7-3
3-7
3-7
—
—
7-3 W-5
3-7 L-3
½ 4-6 W-1
2½ 6-4 W-5
6½ 6-4 L-1
8-4 11-7
7-7 10-5
11-5 6-8
8-9 8-7
7-11 4-8
Streak Home Away
L-2
11-5 10-5
W-2
5-7 12-8
W-1
10-7 6-8
W-2
7-8 7-9
L-1
5-12 6-9
*WGB: Games behind leader in wild-card race
Saturday
Colorado at Mets, 7:10
Cubs at St. Louis, 2:15
Philadelphia at Washington, 4:05
Dodgers vs. San Diego at Monterrey, 7:10
Miami at Cincinnati, 7:10
Pittsburgh at Milwaukee, 7:10
San Francisco at Atlanta, 7:10
Houston at Arizona, 8:10
Nationals 3, Pirates 1
Pittsburgh
Frazier 2b
Polanco rf
Marte cf
Freese 1b-3b
Dickerson lf
Diaz c
Moran 3b
Rodriguez ss
Williams p
b-Bell ph-1b
Totals
AB
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
3
2
1
32
R
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
H
1
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
5
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .244
1 0 0 .205
0 0 1 .276
0 0 1 .261
0 0 0 .315
0 0 0 .405
0 0 0 .287
0 0 2 .143
0 0 1 .077
0 0 0 .244
1 0 5
Washington
Harper rf
Turner ss
Adams lf
Bautista lf
Zimmerman 1b
Kendrick 2b
Taylor cf
Wieters c
Hellickson p
a-Stevenson ph
Difo 3b
Totals
AB
4
4
4
0
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
27
R
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
1
3
H
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
0
0
1
4
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .257
2 0 0 .281
0 0 0 .295
0 0 0 .000
1 0 0 .190
0 0 1 .292
0 0 1 .207
0 0 0 .208
0 0 0 .000
0 0 1 .318
0 2 0 .275
3 2 4
Pittsburgh
Washington
000 000 010 — 1 5 0
000 003 00x — 3 4 1
a-struck out for Kintzler in the 7th. b-singled
for Feliz in the 8th. E: Kendrick (5). LOB:
Pittsburgh 5, Washington 3. 2B: Polanco (8).
HR: Turner (2), off Williams; Zimmerman
(5), off Williams. RBIs: Polanco (17), Turner
2 (12), Zimmerman (15). S: Hellickson.
Runners left in scoring position: Pittsburgh
2 (Marte, Freese); Washington 1 (Turner).
RISP: Pittsburgh 0 for 5; Washington 0 for 2.
GIDP: Diaz. DP: Washington 1 (Hellickson,
Kendrick, Zimmerman).
H
4
0
0
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 3 1 3 90 2.63
0 0 0 0 3 4.38
0 0 0 1 14 3.46
0 0 1 0 21 3.21
Washington
Hellickson
Solis, W, 1-1
Kintzler, H, 7
Madson, H, 5
Doolittle, S, 6
H
3
0
1
1
0
R ER BB SO NP ERA
0 0 0 4 61 3.00
0 0 0 0 1 4.63
0 0 0 0 15 3.94
1 0 0 1 16 5.65
0 0 0 0 17 1.84
IP
5.2
0.1
1.0
0.1
1.2
T: 2:42. A: 30,434 (41,313).
Atlanta
Albies 2b
Acuna lf
Freeman 1b
Markakis rf
Suzuki c
Camargo ss
Culberson 3b
Teheran p
Biddle p
b-Tucker ph
Fried p
Inciarte cf
AB
6
5
4
4
5
4
5
2
0
1
0
3
Totals
R
1
1
2
3
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
1
H
2
3
0
3
2
0
2
2
0
1
0
0
BI BB SO Avg
3 0 0 .280
1 0 1 .382
0 1 1 .322
3 1 0 .336
2 0 0 .304
0 1 2 .261
1 0 1 .156
1 0 0 .200
0 0 01.000
0 0 0 .282
0 0 0 .000
0 2 0 .276
39 11 15 11
New York
Reyes 3b
Bruce rf
Nimmo rf
Cespedes lf
Lagares cf
Cabrera 2b
Flores 2b
Conforto cf-lf
Gonzalez 1b
Rosario ss
Nido c
Vargas p
Harvey p
Blevins p
a-Lobaton ph
Familia p
AB
4
3
0
2
1
3
1
3
4
3
3
1
1
0
1
0
Totals
R
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
H
0
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .139
0 0 2 .235
0 1 0 .294
0 1 1 .248
0 0 0 .333
0 0 1 .327
0 0 1 .193
0 1 2 .200
0 0 1 .233
0 0 0 .222
0 0 2 .167
0 0 0 .000
0 0 0 .286
0 0 0 --0 0 0 .125
0 0 0 ---
30 0 3 0
Atlanta
New York
5
3 10
300 030 500 —11 15 0
000 000 000 — 0 3 0
a-grounded out for Blevins in the 8th. bdoubled for Biddle in the 9th. LOB: Atlanta 8,
New York 6. 2B: Markakis (8), Tucker (7),
Cabrera (10). HR: Suzuki (5), off Vargas;
Acuna (2), off Vargas; Markakis (5), off
Vargas; Albies (10), off Harvey. RBIs: Albies
3 (23), Acuna (5), Markakis 3 (23), Suzuki 2
(14), Culberson (1), Teheran (1). CS: Acuna
(1). SF: Teheran. S: Teheran. Runners left in
scoring position: Atlanta 3 (Albies 2,
Inciarte); New York 3 (Gonzalez, Rosario 2).
RISP: Atlanta 3 for 7; New York 1 for 5.
Runners moved up: Inciarte.
Atlanta
IP
Teheran, W, 2-1 7.0
Biddle
1.0
Fried
1.0
New York
Vargas, L, 0-2
Harvey
Blevins
Familia
IP
4.2
2.0
1.1
1.0
H
2
0
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
0 0 2 6 96 3.65
0 0 0 1 11 0.00
0 0 1 3 20 6.75
H
11
3
0
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
6 6 2 3 8016.20
5 5 3 1 39 7.00
0 0 0 1 17 6.43
0 0 0 0 14 1.69
Inherited runners-scored: Harvey 2-0,
Blevins 1-0. Umpires: Home, Nic Lentz;
Home, Bill Welke; Second, Mike Everitt;
Third, Lance Barrett. T: 2:40. A: 26,882
(41,922).
H
0
0
1
2
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
7
BI BB SO Avg
0 1 0 .231
0 0 1 .216
0 0 0 .269
0 1 1 .313
1 0 0 .288
1 2 0 .196
1 0 0 .244
0 0 0 .353
0 0 2 .000
0 0 2 .000
0 0 1 .298
0 0 1 .262
3 4 8
010 000 040 — 5 7 1
010 001 000 — 2 6 0
a-hit by pitch for Marrero in the 6th. bgrounded out for Corbin in the 6th. c-struck
out for Paredes in the 7th. d-singled for
Hernandez in the 8th. e-flied out for Mathis
in the 9th. f-popped out for Bracho in the
9th. E: Farmer (1). LOB: Los Angeles 6,
Arizona 7. 2B: Kemp (5), Bellinger (7),
Verdugo (4). HR: Barnes (1), off Corbin.
RBIs: Bellinger (16), Barnes (3), Farmer (5),
Marte (9), Corbin (2).
Los Angeles IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Wood
5.0 4 1 1 2 8 96 3.82
Garcia
0.1 2 1 0 0 0 16 0.00
Paredes
0.2 0 0 0 0 0 12 0.00
Chargois, W, 1-0 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 14 1.46
Stripling, H, 2 1.0 0 0 0 0 1 11 2.33
Jansen, S, 5-7 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4.97
AB
5
4
4
4
4
4
4
3
3
Totals
R
0
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
1
H
0
1
0
3
1
0
2
0
1
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 2 .229
1 0 2 .263
0 0 1 .268
1 0 1 .287
0 0 0 .322
0 0 0 .179
1 0 0 .500
0 1 1 .318
1 1 0 .191
35 4 8 4
Cleveland
Lindor ss
Kipnis 2b
Ramirez dh
Brantley lf
1-Guyer pr-lf
Alonso 1b
Naquin rf
Perez c
Zimmer cf
Gonzalez 3b
AB
6
5
5
3
0
4
5
4
2
5
Totals
R
1
2
2
0
0
1
2
1
2
2
H
2
2
3
1
0
1
2
1
1
3
39 13 16 12
Toronto
Cleveland
2
7
BI BB SO Avg
2 0 1 .278
0 1 0 .202
3 1 0 .277
1 1 0 .348
0 0 0 .184
0 1 1 .213
0 0 2 .311
1 1 2 .125
1 3 1 .227
4 0 1 .391
8
8
010 100 011 — 4 8 0
001 191 10x —13 16 0
1-ran for Brantley in the 7th. LOB: Toronto 6,
Cleveland 11. 2B: Solarte (6), Smith Jr. 2 (2),
Lindor (8), Ramirez (7), Naquin (2), Gonzalez
2 (3). HR: Solarte (9), off Plutko; Donaldson
(5), off Plutko; Diaz (5), off Plutko; Ramirez
(8), off Biagini. RBIs: Donaldson (13), Solarte
(22), Smith Jr. (1), Diaz (11), Lindor 2 (18),
Ramirez 3 (19), Brantley (16), Perez (2),
Zimmer (6), Gonzalez 4 (5). SF: Brantley.
Runners left in scoring position: Toronto 5
(Gurriel Jr. 3, Morales, Maile); Cleveland 7
(Lindor 2, Ramirez, Brantley, Alonso, Perez
2).
Arizona
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Corbin
6.0 3 1 1 2 5 92 2.15
Chafin, H, 5 1.0 1 0 0 0 2 19 2.31
Salas, L, 3-2 0.0 2 3 3 1 0 13 3.12
De La Rosa, BS 1.0 1 1 1 1 0 12 1.59
Bracho
1.0 0 0 0 0 1 12 1.50
T: 3:17. A: 21,407 (48,519).
IP
4.1
1.2
2.0
H
10
5
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
6 6 1 4 86 8.10
6 6 3 2 5132.40
1 1 4 2 55 3.86
Cleveland
IP
Plutko, W, 1-0 7.1
Marshall
0.2
Beliveau
1.0
H
6
0
2
R ER BB SO NP ERA
3 3 0 6 104 3.68
0 0 0 1 8 0.00
1 1 2 0 2810.80
Mariners 4, Athletics 1
Angels 12, Orioles 3
Oakland
Semien ss
Canha cf
Lowrie 2b
Davis dh
Chapman 3b
Olson 1b
Piscotty rf
Pinder lf
a-Joyce ph-lf
Lucroy c
Totals
AB
4
4
4
3
4
3
3
2
1
3
31
R
0
0
0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
H
0
0
2
1
0
0
1
1
0
1
6
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 1 .267
0 0 2 .317
0 0 2 .346
0 1 0 .223
0 0 1 .243
0 0 0 .255
1 0 0 .269
0 0 0 .280
0 0 1 .203
0 0 2 .262
1 1 9
Seattle
Gordon cf
Segura ss
Cano 2b
Cruz dh
Haniger rf
Seager 3b
Healy 1b
Zunino c
Heredia lf
Totals
AB
4
2
4
3
4
3
3
3
3
29
R
2
0
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
4
H
3
0
2
1
1
0
0
0
0
7
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .355
0 0 0 .290
2 0 0 .299
2 0 0 .262
0 0 0 .299
0 0 1 .241
0 0 2 .204
0 0 3 .163
0 0 0 .281
4 0 6
Baltimore
Mancini lf
Valencia rf
Peterson 2b
Machado ss
Vielma ss
Jones cf
Gentry cf
Davis 1b
Trumbo dh
Alvarez 3b
Santander rf-lf
Sisco c
Totals
AB
4
0
3
4
0
4
0
3
4
4
4
4
34
R
2
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
3
H
2
0
1
2
0
1
0
1
1
0
0
0
8
BI BB SO Avg
0 0 0 .272
0 0 0 .212
0 1 1 .222
2 0 0 .358
0 0 0 .200
0 0 0 .231
0 0 0 .189
1 1 1 .184
0 0 0 .250
0 0 1 .221
0 0 1 .195
0 0 1 .226
3 2 5
Los Angeles
Kinsler 2b
Trout cf
Upton lf
Young lf
Pujols 1b
Marte 1b
Ohtani dh
Simmons ss
Valbuena 3b
Calhoun rf
Maldonado c
Totals
AB
4
5
4
1
4
0
3
4
4
4
3
36
R
2
2
3
0
1
0
2
2
0
0
0
12
H
1
2
3
0
1
0
2
2
3
1
0
15
BI BB SO Avg
0 1 2 .229
2 0 0 .297
1 0 1 .246
0 0 1 .143
2 0 0 .248
0 0 0 .304
1 1 1 .327
3 0 0 .327
3 0 0 .264
0 0 0 .171
0 1 2 .213
12 3 7
Oakland
Seattle
000 010 000 — 1 6 1
103 000 00x — 4 7 0
a-struck out for Pinder in the 8th. E: Lucroy
(4). LOB: Oakland 4, Seattle 5. 2B: Lucroy (7),
Gordon (7). HR: Piscotty (2), off Bradford;
Cruz (7), off Manaea. RBIs: Piscotty (13),
Cano 2 (16), Cruz 2 (16). SB: Gordon 2 (14).
CS: Pinder (1). S: Segura 2. Runners left in
scoring position: Oakland 2 (Canha, Olson);
Seattle 4 (Cano, Seager, Zunino 2). RISP:
Oakland 0 for 4; Seattle 2 for 8. Runners
moved up: Haniger. GIDP: Davis. DP: Seattle
1 (Cano, Segura, Healy).
Oakland
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Manaea, L, 4-3 6.0 6 4 4 0 5 84 1.63
Trivino
1.0 1 0 0 0 0 13 1.12
Casilla
1.0 0 0 0 0 1 13 3.00
Seattle
IP
LeBlanc
4.0
Bradford, W, 3-0 2.1
Pazos, H, 3 0.2
Nicasio, H, 12 1.0
Diaz, S, 13-13 1.0
H
3
1
0
1
1
R ER BB SO NP ERA
0 0 1 3 70 3.57
1 1 0 2 32 2.08
0 0 0 0 9 1.59
0 0 0 3 22 3.78
0 0 0 1 16 1.04
T: 2:31. A: 12,888 (47,943).
Toronto
Biagini, L, 0-1
Santos
Ramirez
T: 3:11. A: 19,007 (35,225).
Baltimore
Los Angeles
000 002 010 — 3 8 0
530 400 00x —12 15 1
E: Pujols (3). LOB: Baltimore 6, Los Angeles
4. 2B: Kinsler (3), Upton (5), Pujols (7),
Simmons 2 (8). 3B: Trout (1). RBIs: Machado
2 (27), Davis (8), Trout 2 (21), Upton (19),
Pujols 2 (17), Ohtani (13), Simmons 3 (19),
Valbuena 3 (12). CS: Calhoun (1). Runners
left in scoring position: Baltimore 3 (Davis,
Trumbo, Sisco); Los Angeles 2 (Kinsler,
Valbuena).
Baltimore
IP H R ER BB SO NP ERA
Tillman, L, 1-5 1.0 7 7 7 1 0 47 9.24
Castro
2.1 4 4 4 1 3 56 4.58
Givens
2.1 2 1 1 1 1 29 4.50
Bleier
1.1 2 0 0 0 2 22 0.47
O'Day
1.0 0 0 0 0 1 11 3.55
Los Angeles
Barria, W, 2-1
Parker
Morris
IP
6.0
1.0
2.0
H
4
0
4
R ER BB SO NP ERA
2 2 2 2 85 3.46
0 0 0 3 15 4.11
1 1 0 0 33 5.06
T: 3:02. A: 35,879 (45,050).
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Golf Scores
PGATour-Wells Fargo
At Quail Hollow Club; Charlotte, N.C.; Purse:
$7.7 million; Yardage: 7,554; Par: 71 (35-36)
First Round
John Peterson .................. 32-33 65 -6
Peter Malnati ................... 33-34 67 -4
Tyrrell Hatton................... 33-34 67 -4
Johnson Wagner .............. 34-33 67 -4
Keith Mitchell................... 32-35 67 -4
Kyle Stanley ..................... 33-34 67 -4
Aaron Wise....................... 34-34 68 -3
Rory McIlroy..................... 34-34 68 -3
Michael Thompson.......... 33-35 68 -3
Tom Lovelady................... 35-33 68 -3
Keegan Bradley................ 34-34 68 -3
Geoff Ogilvy ..................... 32-36 68 -3
Ollie Schniederjans ......... 32-36 68 -3
Jason Dufner .................... 34-34 68 -3
Emiliano Grillo.................. 33-35 68 -3
Beau Hossler .................... 33-35 68 -3
Paul Casey........................ 34-35 69 -2
Jason Day ......................... 34-35 69 -2
Tony Finau........................ 32-37 69 -2
Ross Fisher ....................... 34-35 69 -2
Bud Cauley ....................... 34-35 69 -2
T.J. Vogel .......................... 32-37 69 -2
Sam Burns ........................ 35-34 69 -2
Charl Schwartzel ............. 34-36 70 -1
Francesco Molinari.......... 34-36 70 -1
Alex Cejka......................... 36-34 70 -1
Sam Saunders .................. 32-38 70 -1
Luke List ........................... 35-35 70 -1
Jhonattan Vegas .............. 34-36 70 -1
Hudson Swafford............. 36-34 70 -1
Chesson Hadley ............... 37-33 70 -1
Cameron Tringale............ 35-35 70 -1
Joel Dahmen..................... 36-34 70 -1
Patrick Rodgers ............... 34-37 71 E
J.B. Holmes ....................... 36-35 71 E
Rod Pampling................... 35-36 71 E
Billy Hurley III................... 35-36 71 E
Aaron Baddeley ............... 35-36 71 E
MLS
Stewart Cink ....................
Ernie Els ............................
Mackenzie Hughes ..........
Greg Chalmers .................
Austin Cook ......................
Blayne Barber ..................
Xinjun Zhang ....................
Shawn Stefani..................
Fabián Gómez ..................
Patrick Reed.....................
Tiger Woods .....................
Charles Howell III ............
Brice Garnett....................
Graeme McDowell ...........
Jonas Blixt ........................
Jonathan Byrd ..................
Rory Sabbatini .................
Richy Werenski ................
Sam Ryder ........................
Talor Gooch......................
Tyrone Van Aswegen ......
Ted Potter, Jr....................
Phil Mickelson..................
Bill Haas............................
Peter Uihlein ....................
Troy Merritt......................
Bronson Burgoon.............
Sung Kang ........................
Abraham Ancer................
Sean O'Hair ......................
Harold Varner III ..............
Brian Harman...................
Rickie Fowler....................
Brooks Koepka.................
Nick Watney.....................
Kevin Kisner .....................
Webb Simpson.................
Martin Flores....................
Rob Oppenheim ...............
Joaquin Niemann .............
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34-37
36-35
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Tennis Results
EAST
W
NYCFC
6
Atlanta United FC 6
Orlando City
5
New England
4
Columbus
4
Red Bulls
4
Chicago
2
Philadelphia
2
Montreal
2
D.C. United
1
Toronto FC
1
L D Pts GF GA
1 2 20 19 10
1 1 19 21 9
2 1 16 16 13
2 2 14 13 8
3 2 14 13 10
3 0 12 17 10
3 2
8 11 12
3 2
8 6 10
6 0
6 10 21
4 2
5 8 13
4 1
4 6 13
WEST
W
Sporting K.C.
5
Los Angeles FC 5
Vancouver
4
FC Dallas
3
LA Galaxy
3
Real Salt Lake 3
Minn. United
3
Houston
2
Colorado
2
Portland
2
San Jose
1
Seattle FC
1
L D Pts GF GA
2 2 17 20 12
2 0 15 17 13
4 1 13 10 17
1 3 12 10 6
4 1 10 10 13
4 1 10 9 16
5 0
9 11 16
3 2
8 15 11
3 2
8 10 10
3 2
8 12 14
4 2
5 12 15
4 1
4 5 9
Note: 3 pts. for win, 1 for tie
Friday, May 4
Philadelphia at Toronto FC, 8pm
Saturday, May 5
NYCFC at Red Bulls, 1:55pm
New England at Montreal, 1pm
Vancouver at Minnesota United, 2pm
FC Dallas at Los Angeles FC, 3:55pm
Columbus at Seattle FC, 4pm
Atlanta United FC at Chicago, 8:30pm
Colorado at Sporting K.C., 8:30pm
LA Galaxy at Houston, 8:30pm
Portland at San Jose, 10:30pm
ATP World Tour BMW Open
At MTTC Iphitos; Munich; Purse:
$608,000 (WT250); Surface: ClayOutdoor
Singles - Second Round
Marton Fucsovics, Hungary, def.
Marco Cecchinato, Italy, 7-6 (5), 6-1.
Maximilian Marterer, Germany, def.
Diego Schwartzman (3), Argentina, 64, 6-2.
Philipp Kohlschreiber (6), Germany,
def. Mischa Zverev, Germany, 6-2, 6-2.
Roberto Bautista Agut (2), Spain, def.
Casper Ruud, Norway, 6-4, 6-3.
ATP World Tour Millennium
Estoril Open
At Clube de Tenis do Estoril; Estoril,
Portugal; Purse: $608,000 (WT250);
Surface: Clay-Outdoor
Singles - Second Round
Roberto Carballes Baena, Spain, def.
Cameron Norrie, Britain, 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 (1).
Stefanos Tsitsipas, Greece, def. Kevin
Anderson (1), South Africa, 6-7 (3), 63, 6-3.
Pablo Carreno Busta (2), Spain, def.
Nicolas Kicker, Argentina, 6-1, 7-5.
Nicolas Jarry, Chile, def. Ricardo Ojeda
Lara, Spain, 6-3, 7-6 (6).
WTA Tour J&T Banka Prague Open
At TK Sparta Praha; Prague, Czech
Republic; Purse: $226,750 (Intl.);
Surface: Clay-Outdoor
Singles - Quarterfinals
Petra Kvitova (2), Czech Republic, def.
Katerina Siniakova (8), Czech
Republic, 6-3, 6-3.
Zhang Shuai (6), China, def. Jasmine
Paolini, Italy, 6-4, 6-3.
Mihaela Buzarnescu (7), Romania, def.
Kristyna Pliskova, Czech Republic, 62, 6-3.
Camila Giorgi, Italy, def. Sam Stosur,
Australia, 6-2, 6-3.
Soccer Scores
UEFA Europa League
Atletico Madrid 1, Arsenal 0
FC Salzburg 2, Marseille 1
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Williams, L, 4-2 5.2
Santana
0.1
Feliz
1.0
Kontos
1.0
Braves 11, Mets 0
R
1
0
1
1
0
2
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
Arizona
AB R H BI BB SO Avg
Owings lf
4 0 1 0 0 1 .233
Ahmed ss
4 0 0 0 0 1 .240
Goldschmidt 1b
4 1 0 0 0 2 .245
Pollock cf
4 0 2 0 0 1 .307
Souza Jr. rf
4 0 0 0 0 2 .000
Marte 2b
3 1 2 1 1 1 .224
Marrero 3b
2 0 0 0 0 0 .205
a-Descalso ph-3b 1 0 0 0 0 0 .240
Mathis c
2 0 0 0 1 0 .212
e-Avila ph
1 0 0 0 0 0 .157
Corbin p
2 0 1 1 0 1 .308
b-Murphy ph
1 0 0 0 0 0 .263
f-Peralta ph
1 0 0 0 0 0 .297
Totals
33 2 6 2 2 9
Los Angeles
Arizona
Thursday
Atlanta 11, Mets 0
Washington 3, Pittsburgh 1
L.A. Dodgers 5, Arizona 2
Toronto
Gurriel Jr. 2b
Donaldson dh
Hernandez rf
Solarte 3b
Pillar cf
Morales 1b
Smith Jr. lf
Maile c
Diaz ss
AB
4
3
2
3
3
2
4
4
3
2
1
1
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Atlanta
Mets
Philadelphia
Washington
Miami
Game 2: Indians 13, Blue Jays 4
Los Angeles
Taylor ss
Hernandez 2b
d-Utley ph-2b
Kemp rf
Bellinger 1b
Barnes c
Farmer 3b
Verdugo lf-rf
Locastro cf
Wood p
c-Grandal ph
Pederson lf
Totals
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
East
Dodgers 5, Diamondbacks 2
SPORTS SHORTS
NHL: Penguins get even against Capitals
nypost.com
Jake Guentzel scored twice to push his playoff total to a
league-leading 10, Matt Murray stopped 20 shots and the Penguins beat the Capitals 3-1 in Game 4 to even their tense Eastern
Conference semifinal Thursday night in Pittsburgh. The Capitals were playing without forward Tom Wilson, who served
the first of a three-game suspension for an illegal hit in Game 3.
 In Winnipeg, Manitoba, Pekka Rinne made 32 saves,
P.K. Subban and Ryan Hartman scored and the Predators
held off a late charge by the Jets to win 2-1 and even their second-round series through four games.
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
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MLB: Francona wins 1,500th in twinbill split
The Indians’ Terry Francona became the 24th manager to
win 1,500 games as Adam Plutko won his first major league
start in a 13-4 victory for a split of an extra-long doubleheader
with the Blue Jays in Cleveland. The Blue Jays won the
opener 13-11 as Yangervis Solarte hit his first career grand
slam with two outs in the 11th inning.
 In Anaheim, Calif., Albert Pujols had a two-run double
for his 2.999th career hit in the Angels’ 12-3 rout of the Orioles.
 In Arlington, Texas, Nomar Mazara drove in five runs
while homering in his third straight game and the Rangers
beat the Red Sox 11-5, handing former AL Cy Young Award
winner David Price his third loss in a row.
 In Washington, Trea Turner and Ryan Zimmerman
homered in the sixth inning and the Nationals beat the Pirates 3-1 to complete a four-game sweep.
ETC.: Falcons’ Ryan gets NFL’s richest deal
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan has become the NFL’s
highest-paid player, agreeing to a five-year contract extension
worth a guaranteed $100 million, the team announced. The
deal could be worth as much as $150 million total.
 The NBA asked the Raptors to tell rapper Drake to
avoid a repeat of his verbal exchanges with Cleveland’s Kendrick Perkins during Game 1 of Toronto’s second-round series against the Cavaliers.
 Serena Williams withdrew from next week’s Madrid
Open, saying she wasn’t ready to compete.
Path to LeBron not
hopeless for Knicks
By MARC BERMAN
certainty about his return
next season would seem to
Knicks brass has pointed make the Garden a less than
toward the summer of 2019, desirable landing spot for
when it plans to be ready to James should he decide to
leave the Cavamake a freeliers.
agent splash. But
The path to
after Thursday’s
clearing space
hiring of former
isn’t as daunting
Memphis head
as one would
coach and Heat
think, considerassistant David
ing the opt-out
Fizdale,
the
clauses of cenKnicks are preters Enes Kanter
pared to open
and
Kyle
salary-cap space
O’Quinn.
this summer in
If both opt out
the
unlikely
event they get an LeBRON JAMES — and there’s a
Big Fizdale fan.
legitimate
inkling LeBron
James has some interest in chance they will — the
coming to the Garden this Knicks still would need to
summer, according to an make one more significant
move to get far enough unNBA source.
James is a big fan of der the projected cap to
Fizdale, who was a Miami have room for James.
The Knicks would have to
assistant from 2008-2016, including all four of James’ trade Courtney Lee’s conseasons there. But Kristaps tract to a club that has suffiPorzingis’ injury and the un- cient cap space to absorb it,
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Kanter’s number for next
season is $18.8 million, while
O’Quinn has $4.2 million
left on his pact. Lee’s salary
next season is $12.2 million.
According to Bobby
Marks, the former Nets capologist who now works for
ESPN, if all three of those
things occur, the Knicks
would stand $30 million under the salary cap — enough
to afford James. That would
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Of course, James could be
a free agent again in 2019,
with his recent history of
signing short-term deals.
James was upset by the
Grizzlies’ firing of Fizdale in
November. But when James
learned of the rift between
Fizdale and star center Marc
Gasol, he said, “Maybe that’s
what it was, because he ain’t
gonna kiss nobody’s ass, I
know that.”
LeBron James had 43 points
and 14 assists to lead the Cavaliers to a 128-110 victory over
the Raptors on Thursday
night in Toronto, giving
Cleveland a 2-0 lead in their
second-round playoff series.
James delivered the first
40-point, 14-assist game in
NBA playoff history, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. James also had eight rebounds, narrowly missing his
second straight triple-double.
His big night didn’t surprise
Kevin Love, who added 31
points and 11 rebounds.
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shootaround], you could just
sense it,” Love said. “He knew
what was at stake, he knew us
getting another win here was
going to be huge for us. … You
could just sense that he was
going to have a special night.”
J.R. Smith scored 15 points,
Jeff Green had 14 and George
Hill 13 as the Cavaliers posted
their eighth consecutive postseason victory over the Raptors. DeMar DeRozan scored
24 points and Kyle Lowry had
21 for the Raptors, who lost
back-to-back home games for
the first time all season.
If it is true there is strength
in numbers, the Giants are
just fine in the defensive
backfield.
But if quantity does not
equate to quality, the Giants
could be in some trouble in
their secondary.
On Thursday, the Giants
signed safety Orion Stewart,
who becomes the seventh
new defensive back to join
the team. The Giants are collecting spare parts cast aside
by other teams and hoping
some of them make enough
of an impression to stick
around on the roster.
Stewart, 24, went undrafted
out of Baylor and spent last
summer in training camp
with the Broncos before he
was waived. He spent the
2017 season on the practice
squads of the Bills and Redskins and has not appeared in
an NFL game.
This offseason the Giants
also added defensive backs
William Gay, C.J. Goodwin,
Teddy Williams, Curtis Riley,
B.W. Webb and Michael
Thomas — all with varied
NFL experience and success.
Celtics 108, 76ers 103
In Boston, rookie Jayson Tatum scored 21 points and hit a
pair of free throws in the closing second as the Celtics rallied from a 22-point deficit to
beat the 76ers for a 2-0 lead in
the Eastern Conference semis.
Terry Rozier added 20
points, nine assists and seven
rebounds. J.J. Redick had 23
points for the 76ers and Joel
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5 fur; $100,000; mdn; 2YO
Ladies first. Kentucky Oaks today at Churchill..Kicking off the card
with 2YOs once again. Repoles SOCIAL FAN debuted at Aqueduct and
arrived 2nd best. Choice to move forward with a race under him. Franco
on; blinkers on. Pletcher couples him with first-timer FLAT RATE. Sired by
Violence who is by Medaglia Doro. Maragh will pilot. WRATH is sired by
Flatter for the Claiborne Farms. Gets green light after working a ¹/₂ mile in
:47.4 at Keeneland.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
Analysis by Vic Cangialosi
placed on the shelf last June. DADDYS HOME scored at this distance last
month at Big A.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
1 Miko(L),120
J Alvarado
9-4-3
Rice
2 Lion in Wait(L),120
R Maragh
5-2-1
3 Hardly Mate(L),122
K Carmouche
1 Have Another(L),120
Rider TBA
4-3-1
Reynolds
8-1
2 Super Dude(L),120
M Franco
3-1-1
Rice
7-2
5-2
3 Harlan's Hunch(L),122
D Davis
5-1-6
Gargan
3-1
Cox
7-2
4 Benefactor(L),120
K Carmouche
2-4-6
Maker
5-2
1-4-9
Maker
2-1
5 Wild About Deb(L),122
J Alvarado
6-1-5
Rice
7-2
20-1
6 Daddy's Home(L),122
E Cancel
1-5-3
Gullo
7 Gorse(L),120
T McCarthy
2-7-4
Sillaman
12-1
8 Compagno(L),120
D Cohen
8-5-1
Diodoro
8-1
M Franco
2-x-x
Pletcher
1-2
4 B Three(L),120
H Diaz, Jr
5-3-2
DiPrima
2 b-Herbies Toys(M),119
D Cohen
x-x-x
Dilger
3-1
5 Edisto Island(L),120
D Davis
4-5-1
Casse
6-1
2B b-Waynes Footsteps,119
K Carmouche
x-x-x
Dilger
3-1
6 Mistress Ofthedark(L),120
E Cancel
1-6-5
Serpe
15-1
3 Cool Man Cletus(M),119
R Montanez
x-x-x
Salzman
15-1
7 Hoponthebusgus(L),120
M Franco
4-2-1
Rodriguez
1A a-Flat Rate(M),119
R Maragh
x-x-x
Pletcher
1-2
4 Wrath ,119
A Jimenez
x-x-x
Colebrook
5-1
5 Fix Me a Sandwich(L),119
X Perez
6-x-x
Farrior
10-1
6 Chattel(M),119
T McCarthy
x-x-x
McFarlane
20-1
Runaway winner LA PIU BELLA makes NY debut. Broke maiden by
10 lengths after showing the way at Gulfstream. Stretches to distance she
struggled with 2 back. Better equipped. SALTY SMILE crushed claimers by
11+, then 2nd with allowance. Consider if we're off the turf. SIMONA Dirt to
turf where she's 0 for 2. Missed by a neck with this brand sprinting on the
dirt. Exotics value. Franco replaces Davis who stays on BLISSFUL BREEZE.
Switched to the turf and graduated from off the pace. Factors moving
sprint to route for Casse.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
1 Regal Dame(L),116
D Cohen
4-11-2 Maker
2-1
2 Blissful Breeze(L),116
D Davis
1-3-3
Casse
3-1
3 Salty Smile(L),116
Rider TBA
2-1-2
Rodriguez
9-5
4 La Piu Bella(L),116
K Carmouche
1-9-3
Gargan
7-5
5 Simona(L),116
M Franco
2-4-6
Duggan
10-1
6 Northernstreetgal(L),116
J Alvarado
6-1-4
Contessa
15-1
7 Giant Boxer(L),116
T McCarthy
9-1-x
Rodriguez
6-1

3
1 1/16 miles; $55,000; alw; 3YO
Derby hopeful HYNDFORD never made it to Kentucky after coming
up well short at Louisiana. Failed to factor, finishing a distant 6th in the LA
Derby. Will be bet hard at the windows this lower level. Franco rides for
Pletcher. LUTHERAN RAGS (2nd), BINKSTER (4th) and INFIELD IS IN (3rd),
all within a length of each other at the Big A.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
1 Sweeping Vista(L),119
E Cancel
1-x-x
Baker
15-1
2 Binkster(L),122
K Carmouche
4-1-2
Cannizzo
10-1
3 Lutheran Rags(L),122
D Davis
2-3-1
Toscano
9-2
4 American Power(L),119
T McCarthy
2-1-x
Servis
5-1
5 Infield Is In(L),119
A Lezcano
4-3-4
Metivier
12-1
6 Hyndford(L),122
M Franco
6-2-1
Pletcher
2-5

4
1 mile(T); $48,000; clm($50,000); 3up(f)
Preferred surface for LION IN WAIT. Returns to turf where she went
back-to-back here in the fall. Never headed in either. Maragh replaces

5
4-1
6 fur; $77,000; alw; 3up(f)
Sweet. SOWER was put on the lead in her Laurel debut and never
looked back, drawing away by 7+. Right back. Davis picks her up for Rice.
POSSE NEEDED made seasonal at Gulfstream and got beat a neck racing
optionals. Broke maiden here last summer with Alvarado up. Eligible 2nd
off the shelf. ANDESINE edged optionals by a game neck moving a mile.
Proven at 6 panels. Board hitter 11 of 14 on dirt.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
1 Andesine(L),124
K Carmouche
1-3-2
Englehart
5-1
2 Sower(L),120
D Davis
1-x-x
Rice
6-5
3 Stormy's Song(L),124
M Franco
4-5-8
Lynch
7-2
4 Everybody Loves Me(L),120 D Cohen
1-11-8 Terranova
5 Posse Needed(L),124
J Alvarado
2-4-1
Hennig
6 Bow Town Cat(L),124
T McCarthy
3-1-3
Reynolds

6
15-1
5-2
10-1
1 mile; $75,000; mdn; 3up(f)
Jerkens moves HOT CASH to the dirt after 3 tries on the grass. She's
by Ghostzapper and may thrive. 1st time lasix. Maragh subs for Alvarado
who will ride 1st time starter FIDUCIARY VALUES for Chad Brown. Sired by
First Samarai who is by Giants Causeway. Trainer also enters OOZLE. Ran
2nd to a much the best winner at this distance. Offers exotics value.
PRESUMPTUOUS is 0 for 17 but hit the board last pair racing a mile.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds

8
8-1
1 3/8 miles; $100,000; 4up
FLAT OUT STAKES
Dialing long distance in the 2 turn, 11 furlong Flat Out. HARD STUDY picked
up where he left off. Beat optionals from off the pace in seasonal at
Gulfstream. Went 4 for 6 last year including the 1 ³/₄ mile Birdstone. Has
won with Franco up. ZANOTTI has never run this far. Strong winter at Big A
saw him place 2nd in the grade 3 Excelsior after winning the Queens
County. No worse than 2nd in 13 of 19 on dirt. Carmouche to pilot. HARLAN
PUNCH was 3rd, a neck back in Excelsior. Won 3 straight at Big A including
the Stymie. Proven at 1 ¹/₄ miles. Cohen rides for Jacobson. SCUBA was 3rd
best last pair battling graded company at Fair Grounds. MILLS finished
with good energy to get 2nd money in the 9 panel Mr Sinatra. TURCO
BRAVO has a W at the distance.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
1 Hard Study(L),116
M Franco
1-1-2
Pletcher
8-5
2 Backsideofthemoon(L),120 R Maragh
4-2-1
L O'Brien
10-1
3 Watershed(L),123
J Alvarado
4-7-4
McLaughlin
12-1
4 Mills(L),114
A Arroyo
2-2-4
Donk
12-1
5 Zanotti(L),114
K Carmouche
2-2-2
Guerrero
7-2
6 Scuba(L),123
T McCarthy
3-3-2
Walsh
4-1
7 Harlan Punch(L),118
D Cohen
3-4-1
Jacobson
6-1
8 Turco Bravo(L),114
C DeCarlo
4-4-3
Cannizzo
20-1
9 Carlino(L),116
D Davis
3-5-1
Hennig
20-1

1 Presumptuous(L),124
D Davis
2-3-7
Bond
7-2
2 Sansibar Jewel(L),124
K Carmouche
6-5-5
Clement
6-1
3 Surging Tide(M),117
E Cancel
x-x-x
Baker
4 Fingerpaint(L),117
D Cohen
3-9-4
Terranova
20-1
5 Hot Cash(M),117
R Maragh
7-5-4
J Jerkens
6-1
6 Golden Award(M),117
T McCarthy
x-x-x
Mott
9-2
CURTIS exits poor effort at Parx. Runnerup with better at Big A
previously. Cohen up. TOOHOTTOEVENSPEAK edges lower after coming
home 3rd, then 5th. HEAVENS RUNWAY Graded stake winner continues to
drop. 3rd, then 4th last pair. Maragh up. HOLDING ACES won the Kelly Kip
in March.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
7 Fiduciary Values(M),117
J Alvarado
x-x-x
C Brown
5-2
1 Heaven's Runway(L),120
R Maragh
4-3-7
Jacobson
8 Oozle(L),117
M Franco
2-3-x
C Brown
8-1
2 Holding Aces(L),122
T Simpson
3-1-3
Persaud
3 Italian Syndicate(L),120
E Cancel
7-8-10 Schosberg
4 Curtis(L),120
D Cohen
6-2-3
Gullo
5 Fratello Del Nord(L),120
H Diaz, Jr
8-4-6
Barrera
20-1
6 Set the Trappe(L),120
A Lezcano
6-5-8
Ferraro
12-1
7 Chosen One Elijah(L),120
J Panaijo
7-7-8
Jones
30-1
5-3-1
Diodoro

7
6-1
1 mile(T); $48,000; clm($50,000); 3up
HARLANS HUNCH raced on the lead here 6 days ago before losing
by a head. Now winless thru 9 at Belmont but may break thru retreating a
1/16th. Wired claimers in Florida this distance 2 back. BENEFACTOR Dirt to
turf for Maker. Beat optionals by a head on the Gulfstream lawn in
December. GORSE ships from Keeneland off the Sillaman claim. Switches
back to turf where he made the board 3 straight last summer. Sweetens
deep exotics. SUPER DUDE took show prize in a 50k at Delaware and was
9
6 fur; $25,000; clm($12,500); 3up
8 Toohottoevenspeak(L),122 T McCarthy
7-2
6-1
20-1
8-5
2-1
Belmont Results
FIRST-5 fur; $100,000; mdn; 2YO(f)
5 Me Nvr No (Stvns)
17.00 4.40 3.20
2 Abyssinian (Jimenez)
3.30 2.70
3 Three Birds (Cohen)
6.20
$1
Exacta
(5-2)
$16.20
$0.1
Superfecta
•
•
(5-2-3-4) $57.75 • $0.5 Trifecta (5-2-3) $79.87
SECOND-6 1/2 fur; $41,000; md cl($40,0); 3p
2 Chng of Vnu (Ortz)
3.70 3.10 2.30
4 Go Lassie Go (Franco)
6.10 4.00
1 Gio Lucky (Cohen)
2.30
Scr: C K Dexter Haven.
$1
Daily
Double
(5-2)
$14.60
$1
Exacta
(2•
•
4) $11.50 • $1 Quinella (2-4) $9.00 • $0.1
Superfecta (2-4-1-6) $11.10 • $0.5 Trifecta (24-1) $16.12
Winner picked by Vic C
THIRD-1 mile; $77,000; alw; 3YO
Vic C.’s Kentucky Oaks
Post Time: 6:10 p.m.
ELEVENTH-1 1/8 miles; $1,000,000; 3YO(f)
KENTUCKY OAKS
PN Horse,Wt.
Jockey Last 3 Odds
5 WonderGadot(L121 JVelzqz 2-3-3 20-1
14 MonomoyGirl(L)121 FGerox 1-1-2
2-1
10 MidnightBisou(L121 MSmth 1-1-1
5-2
9 TakeChargePalL121 J Ortiz 2-2-1 15-1
1 SassySienna(L),121 GStvns 1-3-2 15-1
2 Coach Rocks(L),121 L Saez 1-1-5 12-1
3 Classy Act(L),121
BHrnnJ 4-2-1 15-1
4 ChocolateMrtnL121 JCstlln 1-1-4 12-1
6 Kelly'sHumor(L)121 IOrtizJr 2-10-5 30-1
7 Rayya(L),121
DVnDy 2-1-2 12-1
8 HevnhsmynkkL121 C Borel 3-4-1 50-1
11 My Miss Lilly(L),121 J Bravo 1-3-3 10-1
12 PatronaMargrtL121 RSntnJr 3-4-1 30-1
13 EskimoKisses(L)121 CLaneri 2-2-1 15-1
4
5
1
Th Mny Dnc (Chn)
8.40 4.10 3.00
Almithmaar (Ortiz)
3.00 2.50
Ultmteentcement (Crmouche)
4.00
• $1 Pick 3 (5-2-4) 3 Correct $126.25 • $1
Daily Double (2-4) $15.90 • $1 Exacta (4-5)
$15.30 • $0.1 Superfecta (4-5-1-2) $25.25 •
$0.5 Trifecta (4-5-1) $41.12
FOURTH-5 fur(T); $75,000; mdn; 2YO(f)
3 Our Psson (Jmenz)
6.80 3.40 3.10
5 Toonie Loonie (Lezcano)
6.10 4.30
2 Smack (Franco)
4.20
• $1 Pick 3 (2-4-3) 3 Correct $54.00 • $1 Daily
Double (4-3) $19.20 • $1 Exacta (3-5) $21.60
• $1 Quinella (3-5) $13.60 • $0.1 Superfecta
(3-5-2-4) $35.45 • $0.5 Trifecta (3-5-2) $52.25
FIFTH-6 fur; $25,000; clm($12,500); 3up(f)
5 Loose (Alvarado)
4.60 3.00 2.80
7 Soxy Ruby (Franco)
4.90 3.40
8 Special Dividend (Diaz,Jr.)
4.10
Scr: Lil Renegade.
$1
Pick
3
(4-3-5)
3
Correct
$78.00
$1
•
•
Consolation Pick 3 (4-3-4) 3 Correct $22.70 •
$1 Consolation Double (3-4) $3.50 • $0.5
Trifecta (5-7-8) $25.87 • $1 Daily Double (3-5)
$11.00 • $1 Exacta (5-7) $10.80 • $0.1
Superfecta (5-7-8-6) $15.87
SIXTH-6 fur; $35,000; mdn cl( $30,0); 3up(f)
6 Bwl f Ksss (OrtzJr.)
4.90 3.40 2.70
5 Magari (Davis)
3.90 2.20
1 Tequila Sunday (Cancel)
3.10
$1
Pick
3
(3-4-6)
3
Correct
$12.20,
$1 Pick 3
•
3-5-6 • $1 Daily Double (5-6) $7.20 • $1
Exacta (6-5) $9.70 • $0.1 Superfecta (6-5-1-7)
$16.85 • $0.5 Trifecta (6-5-1) $14.25
SEVENTH-1 1/16m; $25,000; cl($12,50); 3up
7 Bar None (OrtizJr.)
17.80 7.90 6.20
4 Cause I'm Alex (Davis)
18.60 13.60
5 Taoiseach (Diaz,Jr.)
10.20
Scr: Chilly Bon Bon.
•
•
•
•
$1 Pick 3 (5-6-7) 3 Correct $66.75 $1 Daily
Double (6-7) $24.30 $1 Exacta (7-4) $149.25
$0.1 Superfecta (7-4-5-3) $372.15 $0.5
Trifecta (7-4-5) $424.25
•
EIGHTH-1 1/8 miles(T); $65,000; alw; 3up(f)
1 a-Vortx Rd (Cstlln)
3.80 2.40 2.20
4 Eghth Cmmndmnt (Cncl)
6.00 5.10
1 a-Unbrdlddvntr (Mrgh) 3.80 2.40 2.20
$1
Pick
3
(6-7-1)
3
Correct
$60.25
•
• $1 Daily
Double (7-1) $24.10 • $1 Exacta (1-4) $13.40
•
$0.1 Superfecta (1-4-6-2) $13.25
Trifecta (1-4-6) $27.37
• $0.5
Winner picked by Vic C
NINTH-6 fur(T); $42,000; clm($40,000); 3up
11 Fct Check (OrtzJr.)
3.60 2.90 2.30
8 No Regrets (Carmouche)
5.70 2.90
4 Source Control (Cohen)
2.90
Scr: Alien Invasion, Malibu Action, Go Big Or
Go Home.
• Pick Six 6 Correct $3,509.00, 5 Correct
•
•
$37.40 $1 Pick 3 (7-1-11) 3 Correct $56.25
$1 Consolation Pick 3 (7-1-9) 3 Correct $23.10
$1 Consolation Double (1-9) $1.90 $0.5
Trifecta (11-8-4) $15.00 $0.1 Superfecta
(11-8-4-7) $9.75 $1 Exacta (11-8) $10.90
$1 Daily Double (1-11) $4.00
•
•
•
•
Double picked by Vic C
Attendance: N/A
Track Handle $794,933.
Total Handle $7,401,778.
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1 1/16 miles(T); $59,000; clm($40,000); 3YO(f)
55
Sower (5th)
Lock Record: 2 for 4 (50%)
Meet Record: 13/37 $73.40
Carmouche who retains the mount on HARDLY MATE for Maker. Big run
from last of 7 to defeat allowance in latest. Conservatively placed for
repeat but has not fared well racing the green mile. MIKO makes seasonal
for Rice. Up to nip allowance on the Saratoga lawn last summer. Soft spot
for return, Alvarado up.
PN Horse Wt.
Jockey
Last 3 Trainer
Odds
1 a-Social Fan(L),119
2
Lock of
the Day
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
Best Bet: Set Me Up (11th)
FIRST: Mile pace; $15,000; claiming
6 Inspiration View (JStratton) 3-1-8 3-1
1 Wild Again
(DDube) 2-2-2 2-1
2 Buckle Up
(MMacDonald) 1-1-2 4-1
3 Double Your Bet (LStalbaum) 1-6-1 5-2
4 Cadillac Phil
(JBartlett) 7-7-7 8-1
5 Bettor Believe It (BHolland) 4-3-6 12-1
SECOND: Mile trot; $20,000; cond
1 Fox Valley Iliad (LStalbaum) 6-5-3 5-2
4 Bingo Queen
(BSears) 7-6-8 8-1
6 Kronwall
(DDube) 3-2-2 9-2
2 CrazyAboutPat (MacDonld) 6-4-5 2-1
3 Gonna Fly
(JBartlett) 1-4-2 3-1
5 Watkins
(BHolland) 5-3-4 12-1
7 Noble Warrawee (EGoodell) 4-5-1 20-1
THIRD: Mile pace; $7,500; claiming
5 Lukes Cowboy (JStratton) 3-1-2 2-1
7 Duel In The Sun (JBartlett) 2-1-2 5-2
1 Real Flight
(BSears) 7-8-5 7-1
2 Rockin Robert
(BHolland) 7-9-6 15-1
3 Big Turn On
(DDube) 7-4-5 9-1
4 Colonial Road (DBlumenfeld) 3-6-4 20-1
6 Flight Again
(EGoodell) 6-3-8 20-1
8 Mister Livan N (LStalbaum) 1-3-2 4-1
FOURTH: Mile trot; $20,000; cond
3 Andy Ray
(JBartlett) 4-5-1 5-2
1 Uva Hanover
(BSears) 1-8-7 3-1
6 Kinetic King
(JStratton) 2-3-2 9-2
2 Lily'sSwanPond (MMacDnld) 1-7-7 7-1
4 Brooklyn Bond
(DDube) 1-7-6 6-1
5 MrCoolSeaeyreN (LStalbam) 4-4-2 5-1
7 Sumatra
(EGoodell) 3-3-1 15-1
FIFTH: Mile pace; $15,000; cond
1 Highland Tartan
(BSears) 2-3-6 5-1
3 Speaking Out
(JBartlett) 2-5-8 5-2
2 Donau
(MMacDonald) 7-5-8 2-1
4 MidnightLightning (BHollnd) 4-3-2 5-1
5 Stening A
(LStalbaum) 8-3-1 20-1
6 Our Dragon King (JStratton) 4-1-7 9-1
7 Sporty Spook A
(DDube) 3-4-6 10-1
8 Grand Master (DBlumenfeld) 8-8-1 20-1
SIXTH: Mile pace; $40,000; Open
4 CarobbeanPacetry (JStrattn) 4-5-1 7-1
7 MotuMoonbeamN (Holland) 3-7-2 9-1
1 Mach It A Par
(JBartlett) 1-3-5 2-1
2 CulinaryDelightN (LStalbam) 1-1-1 5-1
3 Caviart Cherie
(DDube) 5-1-8 10-1
5 Bettorhaveanother (Bongrn) 6-2-1 9-2
6 DelightfulDragon (MMcDnld) 1-4-5 6-1
8 Call Me Queen Be (EGoodell) 2-4-3 9-1
SEVENTH: Mile pace; $20,000; cond
2 Gina Grace N (LStalbaum) 3-2-6 8-5
4 Made Of Jewels As (Bartlett) 2-4-5 3-1
1 Annabeth
(MMacDonald) 8-2-4 6-1
3 Macho Chick
(DDube) 4-6-7 6-1
5 Bronze Over N
(BSears) 2-4-7 12-1
6 Foxy Dame N
(JStratton) 5-6-5 15-1
7 All About Madi (EGoodell) 4-2-6 12-1
8 Vintage Babe
(BHolland) 3-4-5 12-1
EIGHTH: Mile pace; $30,000; handicap
8 Firebby A
(JStratton) 1-1-5 4-1
2 Freakonomics
(EGoodell) 6-3-1 9-2
5 Skippin By
(BHolland) 7-4-2 3-1
1 Sail To The Beach (BSears) 3-7-8 7-2
3 Fanticipation
(JBartlett) 2-5-5 9-2
4 TaketotheskyN (MacDonld) 3-5-1 15-1
6 Betabcool N
(JBongiorno) 6-6-1 10-1
7 Keystone Wanda (DDube) 2-4-2 20-1
NINTH: Mile pace; $15,000; cond
1 Macon Georgia A (JStratton) 5-4-3 1-1
3 Sports Sinner
(JBartlett) 7-1-1 6-1
7 Hug The Wind N (EGoodell) 2-5-3 5-1
2 Major Bucks (MMacDonald) 3-5-4 8-1
4 ClassicAmericanN (LStalbm) 2-8-1 6-1
5 Adonis Bay
(BSears) 5-6-4 15-1
6 Galactic GalleonN(BHolland) 3-5-7 15-1
8 Dakota Jack
(DDube) 4-2-4 20-1
TENTH: Mile pace; $15,000; cond
2 Rycroft N
(BSears) 1-5-7 9-2
4 ItsonlyrocknrollA (LStalbam) 2-4-2 3-1
5 OneToDrawTo (MMacDonld) 6-3-7 20-1
1 Waikiki Beach A (EGoodell) 8-6-8 4-1
3 Lone Survivor
(DDube) 9-4-7 7-1
6 First Class Horse (BHolland) 7-6-7 7-1
7 Lucan Hanover (JBartlett) 2-3-3 4-1
8 Bettor Rock On N (JStratton) 5-2-3 9-1
ELEVENTH: Mile pace; $20,000; cond
5 Set Me Up
(BSears) 4-2-1 3-1
2 Miss Irish RoseA (Stalbaum) 3-8-6 5-2
1 Brown Brinny
(JBartlett) 6-1-2 7-2
3 Bellatricks
(BHolland) 1-6-5 6-1
4 Berazzled
(MMacDonald) 8-3-7 5-1
6 Freeze Out
(JStratton) 7-6-7 20-1
7 GlenferrieBronteN(JBongirn) 7-1-1 20-1
8 Certified Ideal
(DDube) 5-7-6 20-1
TWELFTH: Mile pace; $17,000; claiming
3 Stolen Car
(BSears) 1-1-5 2-1
4 Panchester United (DDube) 4-7-5 9-1
5 WynbergCourageN(BHollnd) 1-4-6 9-2
1 Cheyenne Jeffrey (JBartlett) 5-7-1 7-2
2 CarracciHanover(JBongiorn) 8-1-1 7-2
6 Teo Enteo A
(LStalbaum) 4-7-7 15-1
7 PowerOfACruiser(MMcDnld) 7-6-4 20-1
8 Dr DrakeRamoray(JStratton) 3-4-3 20-1
Post Time: 1:30 p.m.
KENTUCKY
144 KENT
TH
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
nypost.com
56
5
Year
2018
2017
Totals
6
Weight: All carry 126 pounds
TV: NBCSN, Noon-2:30 p.m.; NBC, 2:30-7:30 p.m.
Horses are listed in post position order.
1
WEATHER: Showers, 73°, 26% chance of rain
● Jockey: Paco Lopez
● Trainer: Jason Servis
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(4)
(5)
(9)
1st
1
3
4
Derby Record: (0) 0 0 0
Derby Record: (0) 0 0 0
2nd
1
0
1
3rd
0
0
0
Earnings
$220,000
$449,100
$669,100
CURRENT FORM: Going in the wrong direction. Jerome
winner has been getting further from the winner’s circle
since. Tired fourth in the Wood Memorial.
WORTH A WAGER? Fires out. Like NFL star Russell Wilson at
Yankees camp, he’s just happy to be here. Not last, 19th.
2
FREE DROP BILLY
(Dosage: 1.74)
30-1
Chestnut colt, by Union Rags (Dixie Union), out of Trensa
(Giant’s Causeway)
● Jockey: Robby Albarado
● Trainer: Dale Romans
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(3)
(5)
(8)
1st
0
2
2
Derby Record: (14) 0 1 2
Derby Record: (8) 0 0 2
2nd
1
2
3
3rd
2
0
2
Earnings
$197,200
$428,020
$625,220
4
FLAMEAWAY
30-1
(Dosage: 3.00)
Chestnut colt, by Scat Daddy (Johannesburg), out of
Vulcan Rose (Fusaichi Pegasus)
● Jockey: Jose Lezcano
● Trainer: Mark Casse
Earnings St.
2018
(4)
2017
(5)
Totals
(9)
1st
2
3
5
Derby Record: (5) 0 1 0
Derby Record: (5) 0 0 0
2nd
2
0
2
3rd
0
0
0
CURRENT FORM: Casse’s Canadian-bred won a 100K on
grass and a grade 3 on dirt to kick off campaign. Loads off a
pair of close 2nds in both the Tampa Bay and Blue Grass.
WORTH A WAGER? Nooo Canada! Mr Versatility’s won on turf,
synthetic, dirt, wet and fast surfaces. Always gives a square
effort and will here to land 10th.
Mendelssohn, 5-1,
with Ryan Moore
aboard, will try
to be the first
European-based
horse to win
the Derby.
St.
(2)
(3)
(5)
1st
1
2
3
3rd
0
1
1
7
JUSTIFY
St.
(2)
(3)
(5)
1st
1
1
2
Derby Record: (3) 0 0 0
Derby Record: (4) 0 0 0
2nd
0
2
2
3rd Earnings
1
$638,400
0 $1,216,600
1 $1,855,000
3-1
(Dosage: 3.00)
Chestnut colt, by Scat Daddy (Johannesburg), out of
Stage Magic (Ghostzapper)
● Jockey: Mike Smith
● Trainer: Bob Baffert
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(3)
(0)
(3)
1st
3
0
3
Derby Record: (23) 1 4 1
Derby Record: (27) 4 3 3
2nd
0
0
0
3rd
0
0
0
Earnings
$666,000
$0
$666,000
CURRENT FORM: Just perfect! Un-raced as a 2-year-old, he’s
won all three starts this year while pulling down triple-digit
figs. Shrugged off rival Bolt d’Oro in the Santa Anita.
WORTH A WAGER? Loads for Baffert as justifiable fave. Believe in
curses? In 1882, Apollo won the Derby as an un-raced 2-year
old. None since. Nearly reverses the curse. Second best.
LONE SAILOR
50-1
(Dosage: 2.71)
Bay colt, by Majestic Warrior (A.P. Indy), out of Ambitious
(Mr. Greeley)
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(3)
(5)
(8)
1st
0
1
1
2nd
2
1
3
3rd
0
1
1
Earnings
$210,600
$123,637
$334,237
CURRENT FORM: An afterthought until he almost stole the
Louisiana Derby. Gained the front, then out-kicked by Noble Indy.
WORTH A WAGER? Got our attention. Closed into some swift splits
at Louisiana to seize the moment. Still came up short. Shorter here at
longer price. Popular as Durant in OKC. Evenly for 14th.
9
Derby Record: (3) 0 1 0
Derby Record: (8) 0 0 2
2nd
0
0
0
12-1
(Dosage: 3.40)
● Jockey: James Graham
Derby Record: (0) 0 0 0
● Trainer: Thomas Amoss Derby Record: (5) 0 0 0
Chestnut colt, by Shackleford (Forestry), out of Marquee
Delivery (Marquetry)
Year
2018
2017
Totals
Earnings
$803,520
$79,400
$882,920
WORTH A WAGER? Is the Magic back? Makes third start of the year.
Became a BC champ in third race of juvenile campaign. Connections
(Brown and Ortiz) are strong. Blue Grass was soft. Seventh.
8
PROMISES FULFILLED (Dosage: 9.00) 30-1
● Jockey: Corey Lanerie
● Trainer: Dale Romans
3rd
0
1
1
CURRENT FORM: Breeders’ Cup Juvenile winner came home
third in Fountain of Youth but re-established himself a contender by winning the Blue Grass.
$450,760
$254,074
$704,834
CURRENT FORM: Stock dropped in Blue Grass but he had an
excuse. Closed to within 3 lengths before settling fourth
(placed third) after late interference.
WORTH A WAGER? Tim Tebow couldn’t crack the lineup but
free-falling Billy did. Romans’ colt tends to lather during
warm-up. May benefit going long. Belmont Stakes? 16th.
3
2nd
0
0
0
Chestnut colt, by Curlin (Smart Strike), out of Glinda the
Good (Hard Spun)
Year
2018
2017
Totals
Total purse: $2,000,000
Post time: Saturday, 6:46 p.m.
50-1
GOOD MAGIC
● Jockey: Jose Ortiz
● Trainer: Chad Brown
Distance: 1 1/4 miles
(Dosage: 4.14)
1st
2
2
4
WORTH A WAGER? Florida Derby winners Nyquist/Always
Dreaming took the Roses last two years. Pedigree concerns
raise red flags, but Castellano came off Bolt d’Oro to ride
here. Good call. Winner.
Analysis by
VIC CANGIALOSI
Bay colt, by Poseidon’s Warrior (Speightstown), out of
My Every Wish (Langfuhr)
St.
(2)
(3)
(5)
CURRENT FORM: Pletcher’s stalker has made all the right calls
winning four in a row. Rallied from 8 lengths back before
opening of 3 of his own in the Florida Derby.
BETTOR’S GUIDE
FIRENZE FIRE
8-1
(Dosage: 5.00)
Bay colt, by Into Mischief (Harlan’s Holiday), out of Blue
Devil Bel (Gilded Time)
● Jockey: Javier Castellano Derby Record: (11) 0 0 0
● Trainer: Todd Pletcher
Derby Record: (48) 2 2 3
DERBY
DE
PROGRAM
NUMBER
AUDIBLE
HOFBURG
● Jockey: Irad Ortiz Jr.
● Trainer: William Mott
Earnings
$248,080
$89,200
$337,280
20-1
(Dosage: 2.78)
Chestnut colt, by Tapit (Pulpit), out of Soothing Touch
(Touch Gold)
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(2)
(1)
(3)
1st
1
0
1
Derby Record: (2) 0 0 0
Derby Record: (7) 0 0 0
2nd
1
0
1
3rd
0
0
0
Earnings
$223,800
$4,150
$227,950
CURRENT FORM: Fulfilled promises using speed to win three
CURRENT FORM: Broke maiden at second asking. Ambitiously
placed in the Florida Derby next out, he closed to be a clear
second to Audible.
WORTH A WAGER? You know that sound a record makes when
WORTH A WAGER? Lightly raced, lacks seasoning. That said he’s
made the most of his starts. Irad Ortiz subs for brother Jose.
May bounce back faster than Francesa, but we’ll place him eighth.
of initial four including the Fountain of Youth. Crashed and
burned taking pressure up top in the Florida Derby.
the needle scratches the vinyl? Contender prior to Florida
flop. Makes presence felt early but fades to 13th.
AP
16
MAGNUM MOON
(Dosage: 3.27)
6-1 57
Bay colt, by Malibu Moon (A.P. Indy), out of Dazzling Song
(Unbridled’s Song)
● Jockey: Luis Saez
● Trainer: Todd Pletcher
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(4)
(0)
(4)
1st
4
0
4
Derby Record: (5) 0 0 0
Derby Record: (48) 2 2 3
2nd
0
0
0
3rd Earnings
0 $1,177,800
0
$0
0 $1,177,800
CURRENT FORM: Has done everything Pletcher has asked him
to do. Four for four after winning the Arkansas Derby wire to
window. Unfazed going 9 furlongs.
WORTH A WAGER? Moon is rising. One of four for Pletcher is
getting better with every start. Can grandson of AP Indy and
Unbridled’s Song get required distance? Putting him fifth as
he answers the question.
30-1
(Dosage: 3.00)
Chestnut colt, by Curlin (Smart Strike), out of Surf Song
(Storm Cat)
● Jockey: Flavien Prat
● Trainer: Bob Baffert
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(2)
(4)
(6)
1st
0
1
1
Derby Record: (1) 0 0 1
Derby Record: (27) 4 3 3
2nd
1
2
3
3rd
1
1
2
Earnings
$280,000
$472,000
$752,000
CURRENT FORM: One-hit wonder never has been off board. Ran
AP
10
MY BOY JACK (Dosage: 1.77)
30-1
Dark Bay or Brown colt, by Creative Cause (Giant’s
Causeway), out of Gold N Shaft (Mineshaft)
● Jockey: Kent Desormeaux
● Trainer: Keith Desormeaux
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St. 1st
(4)
2
(6)
1
(10) 3
2nd
0
3
3
3rd
2
0
2
11
8-1
(Dosage: 3.00)
Bay colt, by Medaglia d’Oro (El Prado), out of Globe Trot
(A.P. Indy)
● Jockey: Victor Espinoza
● Trainer: Mick Ruis
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(2)
(4)
(6)
1st
1
3
4
WORTH A WAGER? My winter book bet took two steps back
when out-toughed by McKinzie, then a clear second to
Justify. He’s by Medaglia d’Oro and may stay the distance.
Using in deep exotics. Fourth.
12
30-1
(Dosage: 3.00)
Dark Bay or Brown colt, by Medaglia d’Oro (El Prado), out
of It’s Tricky (Mineshaft)
● Jockey: Junior Alvarado
Derby Record: (1) 0 0 0
● Trainer: Kiaran McLaughlin Derby Record: (7) 0 1 0
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(3)
(3)
(6)
1st
1
2
3
2nd
1
0
1
3rd
0
1
1
Earnings
$381,800
$213,880
$595,680
CURRENT FORM: Godolphin colt won Gotham from off pace,
then placed second to an aggressive Vino Rosso in the Wood.
Alvarado claimed foul; stewards disagreed.
WORTH A WAGER? Won the Gotham under wraps but with all
the foul play down the lane in the Wood, he still finished well
back of Vino Rosso. He’ll be behind him again in 11th.
St.
(3)
(5)
(8)
1st
2
1
3
Derby Record: (1) 0 0 0
Derby Record: (48) 4 1 5
2nd
0
1
1
3rd
0
1
1
18
WORTH A WAGER? Not after “Lose”iana. Won Risen Star by the
gap between Michael Strahan’s teeth for D. Wayne Lukas, then
failed to show up. Maybe that was his Super Bowl. Distant 17th.
14
MENDELSSOHN
5-1
(Dosage: 1.80)
Bay colt, by Scat Daddy (Johannesburg), out of Leslie’s
Lady (Tricky Creek)
● Jockey: Ryan Moore
● Trainer: Aidan O’Brien
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(2)
(5)
(7)
1st
2
2
4
Derby Record: (1) 0 0 0
Derby Record: (5) 0 0 0
2nd
0
1
1
3rd Earnings
0 $1,254,485
0
$706,652
0 $1,961,137
WORTH A WAGER? Remember Mubtaahij? Lani? Thunder
Snow? Past UAE winners have not fared well on Derby Day.
This $3M baby is dangerous and should leave a mark. We’ve
got him third.
15
INSTILLED REGARD
(Dosage: 1.59)
Dark Bay or Brown colt, by Arch (Kris S.), out of
Enhancing (Forestry)
50-1
● Jockey: Drayden Van Dyke Derby Record: (0) 0 0 0
● Trainer: Jerry Hollendorfer Derby Record: (6) 0 0 1
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(3)
(4)
(7)
1st
1
1
2
2nd
0
2
2
3rd
0
1
1
Earnings
$186,000
$108,000
$294,000
CURRENT FORM: How did he get here? Won a grade 3 in
January but enters off a pair of fourth-place finishes in both
the Risen Star and Santa Anita Derby.
WORTH A WAGER? Made it to the gate only when Gronkowski
went on IR with a fever. Truly shocking if he wears the roses.
Look elsewhere. Last of 20.
12-1
(Dosage: 3.57)
Chestnut colt, by Curlin (Smart Strike), out of Mythical
Bride (Street Cry)
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(3)
(2)
(5)
1st
1
2
3
2nd
0
0
0
3rd
1
0
1
Earnings
$572,500
$48,000
$620,500
CURRENT FORM: Midpack in the Tampa Bay, he became a player
when he out-muscled Enticed down the lane to win the Wood.
WORTH A WAGER? The result stands. Bumped Enticed twice
in Wood but he was much the best after racing wide. Wants
more ground; fired a 1/2-mile bullet for this. Curbing our
enthusiasm. Ninth.
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NOBLE INDY
30-1
(Dosage: 3.00)
Bay colt, by Take Charge Indy (A.P. Indy), out of Noble
Maz (Storm Boot)
● Jockey: Florent Geroux
● Trainer: Todd Pletcher
Year
2018
2017
Totals
CURRENT FORM: Switch hitter can crush it from both sides of
the rail. Won the BC Juvenile Turf last year and enters off an
18-length trouncing in the UAE Derby.
VINO ROSSO
● Jockey: John Velazquez Derby Record: (19) 2 1 0
● Trainer: Todd Pletcher Derby Record: (48) 2 2 3
Earnings
$295,600
$140,928
$436,528
CURRENT FORM: Got nose down to take the Risen Star at 21-1,
but star fell when he checked in a distant eighth in the Louisiana.
3rd Earnings
0
$440,000
1
$576,000
1 $1,016,000
CURRENT FORM: Declared winner of the San Felipe after
playing bumper cars with actual winner, McKinzie. Blinked
when Justify stared him down in the Santa Anita.
ENTICED
Year
2018
2017
Totals
Derby Record: (9) 2 0 1
Derby Record: (0) 0 0 0
2nd
1
0
1
50-1
AP
(Dosage: 2.75)
Dark Bay or Brown colt, by Awesome Again (Deputy
Minister), out of Tiz o’ Gold (Cee’s Tizzy)
● Jockey: Luis Contreras
● Trainer: D. Wayne Lukas
Earnings
$532,000
$113,145
$645,145
CURRENT FORM: Late kicker sandwiched victories in the
Southwest and Lexington around a fast-closing third in the
longer Louisiana.
WORTH A WAGER? Are you experienced? He is. Has made 10
starts on five different tracks for Team Desormeaux and the
Don’t Tell My Wife stable. Makes a run from deep to be 12th.
BOLT D’ORO
13
Derby Record: (21) 3 1 4
Derby Record: (2) 0 1 0
BRAVAZO
second, then third to Magnum Moon in the Rebel and
Arkansas. Runner-up to Good Magic in the BC Juve.
WORTH A WAGER? From the producers of American Pharoah.
Zayat/Baffert colt has failed to make a statement, running
evenly in his preps. Has one speed and it may be good
enough only for 15th.
St.
(3)
(1)
(4)
1st
2
1
3
Derby Record: (2) 0 0 1
Derby Record: (48) 2 2 3
2nd
0
0
0
3rd
1
0
1
Earnings
$666,400
$25,200
$691,600
CURRENT FORM: Impressive credentials. Résumé now reads
three for four after prevailing by a hard-fought neck after
coming back again in the Louisiana.
WORTH A WAGER? Labeled “green” and “brat” he’s the bull in
the china closet. Doesn’t belong but can wreak havoc on
lead. Acted up in paddock prior to defeat. Blinkers helped.
Hangs in, sixth.
20
COMBATANT
50-1
(Dosage: 2.60)
Bay colt, by Scat Daddy (Johannesburg), out of Border
Dispute (Boundary)
● Jockey: Ricardo Santana Jr. Derby Record: (3) 0 0 0
● Trainer: Steve Asmussen
Derby Record: (18) 0 2 2
Year
2018
2017
Totals
St.
(4)
(3)
(7)
1st
0
1
1
2nd
2
1
3
3rd
1
0
1
Earnings
$270,000
$118,550
$388,550
CURRENT FORM: Solomini light! Ran third, then fourth to Magnum
Moon in the Rebel and Arkansas. Step slower than Solomini.
WORTH A WAGER? No. Asmussen trainee is another one-hit
wonder who can’t seem to finish the job. Outclassed, 18th.
nypost.com
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SOLOMINI
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
Santa Anita Derby winner Justify,
ridden by Mike Smith, is the
early favorite at 3-1 in
Saturday’s Derby.
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New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
BOW ON HIS CAREER:
Bill Torrey, affectionately
known as Bow Tie Bill for
his ubiquitous neckwear,
salutes the crowd as his
banner is hung in the
Coliseum in 2001. Torrey
died Wednesday at 83. AP
“L
OOKIT.”
If Bill Torrey did not
preface every sentence
that way, it sure was pretty darn
close.
“Lookit,” he would say as he did
at a press conference in 1978, for
instance, upon the announcement
of the Islanders’ signing of a
Swedish netminder named Goran
Hogosta. “There’s no question
that Hogie is a world-class goaltender and what that means for
Chico [Resch]
and
Smitty
[Billy Smith],
we’ll have to
see.”
Can’t
win
them all.
But for a
time, and what
a time it was,
the Islanders of Bill Torrey and Al
Arbour almost did win them all.
The general manager and the
coach, linked inextricably as quite
likely the greatest such tandem in
NHL history, are together again in
the wake of Torrey’s passing at his
home in Florida on Wednesday
night at the age of 83.
Bow Tie Bill and Radar.
Nineteen straight series victories for the Dynastic Islanders
through the four consecutive
Stanley Cups from 1980 to 1983
and the “Drive for Five” that finally fell three wins short in the
1984 final. Nineteen straight, a
number that never has been approached in the history of pro
sports and, it’s safe to say, never
will.
Nineteen straight with the players acquired through the draft and
via trades by Torrey and then
coached by Arbour.
Torrey had worked for Charlie
Finley in California and
he worked
for Roy Boe
on the Island
and each experience was
an
adventure. He was
a promoter
when he ran the AHL Pittsburgh
Hornets back in the day and then
he became The Architect from
the moment he took command of
the expansion team located in
Uniondale, L.I., in 1972.
He selected Smith, Eddie Westfall and Gerry Hart in the expansion draft; Billy Harris (first overall), Bobby Nystrom and Lorne
Henning in the amateur draft. The
Islanders won 12 games. He added
Denis Potvin (first overall) and
Larry Brooks
Dave Lewis in the ’73 draft, Clark
Gillies and Bryan Trottier (in the
second round!) a year after that.
My first job in this business —
my first full-time job, period —
was covering the Islanders in
1976-77. Imagine breaking in with
those guys. At the time, I had my
hair permed, and wore an Afro.
You know who I was to Torrey
and Arbour?
“Buffalo Head.”
The last time I talked with Torrey was in Edmonton on Dec. 11,
2015 upon the banner-raising ceremony for his good friend, Glen
Sather. Torrey’s banner, one simply
depicting a bow tie and the title,
“The Architect,” had been raised at
the Coliseum in January 2001.
“Lookit, Buffalo Head,” Torrey
said, before telling stories about
the rivalry between the two powerhouses of the 1980s. I reminded
him that I had once written that
the team might be on the verge of
trading for a center named Guy
Chouinard.
He shook his head and cackled
as he had done maybe 37 years
earlier.
“Geeeeee Shwee-nard,” he said
in an extended phonetic pronunciation of the one-time Flames’
center, who did score 50 goals in
1978-79.
Within two days of January 1975,
Torrey traded Ernie Hicke, Doug
Rombough and Craig Cameron to
the North Stars for J.P. Parise and
Jude Drouin. The Islanders, in
their third season and second
coached by Arbour, went to the
1975 semifinals. They went to the
semis in 1976 and then again in
1977. They added Mike Bossy (15th
overall!) in 1977-78 and lost in the
second round when they were
bullied by the Maple Leafs. They
were upset by the Rangers in the
Battle of New York in the 1979
semis after finishing first overall.
About that time, folks began to
wonder if the Islanders could win
the big one. Other than getting
Wayne Merrick from Cleveland in
1978, Torrey hadn’t made a trade
of substance in years. I began to
refer to him as “Stand Pat Bill.”
Then, he pulled off arguably the
most impactful deadline deal in
NHL history, the one in March
1980 in which Torrey dealt franchise favorite son Billy Harris and
Dave Lewis to the Kings in exchange for Butch Goring. It was
Dave DeBusschere coming to the
Knicks to the nth power.
Then, history.
Lookit.
You could look it up.
larry.brooks@nypost.com
BU coach
still may be
in play for
Rangers
By LARRY BROOKS
The status of Boston University coach David Quinn’s
candidacy to succeed Alain
Vigneault behind the Rangers’ bench is a mystery.
Quinn, according to two
sources, has told friends he is
remaining at BU. But a third
source told The Post the
coach has not informed
Rangers management he is
no longer in the running for
the job.
While the Rangers have not
offered the position to Quinn
following an interview, a
source has indicated the BU
coach remains on the club’s
list. University of Denver
coach Jim Montgomery also
was on the list until he accepted an offer Wednesday
from the Stars. Montgomery
had not been offered the
Rangers’ job, either.
This would seem to indicate general manager Jeff
Gorton is waiting to interview a coach or coaches currently under contract and
working in either the NHL or
AHL playoffs before reaching
a decision.
It is unknown whether
Quinn, who has been named
to coach Team USA in the
2019 World Juniors (a position from which he would
withdraw if he comes to New
York), is willing to wait out
the process.
Among potential candidates, Sheldon Keefe of the
Marlies is working in the second round of the AHL playoffs; Todd Nelson’s Grand
Rapids team was just eliminated in the first round; and
Joe Sacco, former coach of
the Avalanche, is working as
an assistant with the Bruins.
The Blueshirts would have
interest in Columbus assistant Brad Shaw, but it is uncertain whether the Blue
Jackets would grant permission to talk to John Tortorella’s heir apparent.
Another name is Scott Gordon, the former Islanders
coach, whose Lehigh Valley
Phantoms are in the second
round after winning the AHL
Atlantic Division.
The Rangers agreed to
➤
terms with free-agent for-
ward Ville Meskanen. The
22-year-old collected 24 goals
and 20 assists in 48 games
this past season for Ilves in
the Finnish Elite League.
By MARK CANNIZZARO
C
Wells Fargo leader
torn over success
HARLOTTE, N.C. —
You’ll have to search
far and wide to find a
more conflicted player on
the PGA Tour than John
Peterson.
Peterson, who stormed to
the lead at the Wells Fargo 2016, is playing on an eightChampionship with an tournament PGA Tour
opening-round 6-under-65 “major medical extension’’
Thursday at Quail Hollow, this year because of the
doesn’t really care if he procedure. He’s played in
keeps this up and wins the five of those events entertournament, which would ing this week and has two
happen to be his first vic- more after the Wells Fargo
to earn either $318,096 or
tory as a professional.
Because Peterson is fully 237 FedExCup points to seprepared — yearning, in cure his playing privileges
for the rest of this season.
fact — to retire at age 29.
To get to
“I know a
$318,096 this
little bit has
week, he’ll
been said
need to finabout me reish in a
tiring if I
three-way
don’t make
tie for fourth
the necesMark
better. To
sary money
Cannizzaro or
get to the
for my med237 FedExical starts
[extension], and all that’s Cup points, he’ll need to
true,’’ said Peterson, who finish in a two-way tie for
turned pro in 2011. “If I don’t second or better.
Here’s the crazy thing: Eimake it, I’m not playing golf
anymore. I don’t really have ther way, Peterson doesn’t
a ton to lose, so I’m kind of care.
In fact, he sounded on
free-wheeling it right now.
I’m just kind of playing golf.’’ Thursday like a guy who
Peterson, who joked that would prefer not to win this
by the time he played his fi- week to become exempt for
nal hole Thursday his gallery the rest of the year. It’s
consisted of “only like seven sounds like Peterson wants
or eight people and a golden his decision to be made for
retriever,’’ played so well that him.
“I just don’t enjoy the
he carded consecutive eagles
on Nos. 7 and 8 (the 16th and travel out here very much,’’
17th holes of his round) to Peterson said. “I just like
seize a two-shot lead. That being at home and I like behas him ahead of some of the ing around my family and
PGA Tour’s biggest stars in- friends more than I like
cluding Rory McIlroy, Justin chasing it around here.’’
Peterson’s Plan B is goThomas, Patrick Reed and
ing into business with
Tiger Woods.
Peterson, who had sur- friends in real estate develgery on his left hand in opment in Fort Worth,
Texas, where he lives.
“Don’t get me wrong, I
don’t hate it out here,’’
Peterson said. “I just kind of
want to be a dad and like be
around my kid and my family more often and 35 weeks
a year on the road is just not
for me.’’
Peterson’s
high-water
mark as a pro came in the
2012 U.S. Open at the Olympic Club, where he finished
fourth.
“It didn’t really hit me that
I could play out here until
the U.S. Open in 2012,’’
Peterson said. “I mean, obviously I shocked everybody
there and shocked myself.’’
Now it seems shocking
that a player with the skills
and experience Peterson has
is so prepared to walk away
in the prime of his career.
Not even days like Thursday,
he said, offer enough of a
pull to stay on Tour.
“I’ve never made back-toback eagles in a tournament and I don’t think I’ve
done it in practice, either,’’
Peterson said. “So I’m telling you about something
that I’ve never done before
right now. So no, there’s not
enough days like this.’’
After a pause, Peterson
continued.
“I’m going to try to win
this golf tournament … I
promise you,’’ he said. “I’m
going to do everything I can
to win, but if it doesn’t happen, whatever, you know?
Either way’s fine with me.’’
mark.cannizzaro@nypost.com
nypost.com
WINNING ISN’T EVERYTHING: John Peterson, who leads the Wells Fargo
Championship at 6-under after the opening round, would be more than happy to have
more time with his family if he doesn’t place high enough to extend his season. AP
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Tiger Woods wasn’t even finished signing his scorecard
to make his opening-round
even-par 71 at the Wells
Fargo Championship official
Thursday afternoon when
his caddie, Joe LaCava, still
toting Woods’ bag, told a reporter, “I’ve got to get my
butt over to the practice
green.’’
Woods, after speaking to
reporters, was soon to follow.
His uneven putting day —
31 putts, ranked 120th in the
field in strokes-gained-putting — prevented him from
keeping himself on the upper portion of the leaderboard, within touching distance of the 6-under posted
by first-round leader John
Peterson.
The worst of Woods’ woes
on the greens came on the final few holes, when he
missed a 4-foot birdie putt
on No. 14, then a 4-foot par
putt on No. 16 and a 9-foot
par putt on No. 18.
“I hit the ball fine, [but] I
struggled with my speed all
day,’’ Woods said. “It’s weird.
With greens this firm, they’re
springy and putting slow, so
my feel was off all day. The
greens are slow. They’re
springy and they’re firm, and
that’s not a combo you would
expect. I’ve just got to make
the adjustments.’’
Thus the impromptu postround visit to the practice
green.
Asked which — ball striking or putting — is easier to
make a quick correction on,
Woods said, “Ball-striking is
always hard. Putting, I’ve al-
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Tiger remains in mix
despite awful putting
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SHORT GAME TO BLAME: Tiger Woods lines up a putt
on a day he struggled mightily on the greens, leading to an
even-par 71 in the first round of the Wells Fargo Championship on Thursday.
AP
ways been a pretty good putter all of my career, so that’s
something I’ve never really
worried too much about.’’
The way Peterson charged
to the lead late in his round,
carding consecutive eagles
on Nos. 7 and 8 (his 16th and
17th holes), it made it a little
more difficult for Woods,
who hit 6-of-14 fairways and
13-of-18 greens in regulation,
to chase when he tees it up
for Friday’s second round.
But, with Peter Malnati,
Tyrell Hatton, Johnson
Wagner, Keith Mitchell and
Kyle Stanley tied for second
at 4-under and 10 players,
including Rory McIlroy,
Keegan
Bradley,
Geoff
Ogilvy and Jason Dufner,
tied at 3-under, Woods
sounded unconcerned about
anyone running away with
the tournament.
“The way this golf course
is set up and the way it’s
playing right now, the guys
are going to be stacked,’’
Woods said. “We’re all going
to be close. There’s going to
be, I’m guessing, 15 guys or
so with a chance on Sunday.’’
If Woods, who finished
32nd at the Masters in his
previous tournament, is to
be among those 15 with a
chance in the final round,
he’ll have to have cleaned up
the sloppy putting he displayed in the first round.
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ASEBALL Reference and Fangraphs
compute Wins Above Replacement
(WAR) differently, yet came to this
similar conclusion in their formulas —
which attempt to combine hitting, fielding
and base running into one statistic:
Neil Walker was the worst player in the
majors.
Going into his start at first base Thurs- period, would be the most likely to return
day afternoon against the Astros, Walker to Triple-A to receive regular at-bats.
But that is for now. Walker will have to
was last in Fangraphs WAR among the 220
players who had at least 80 plate appear- produce or else his status will become
ances, and he was tied for last with San shakier. Since the Yanks are trying to stay
Francisco’s Austin Jackson in Baseball Ref- under the $197 million luxury-tax threshold, they do not want to just throw away his
erence’s version.
The Yankees are facing a potential roster dollars — better to use them possibly as a
crunch with Brandon Drury (migraines) financial counterbalance in a July trade.
Yet part of his problem might be the
and Greg Bird (ankle surgery) almost
ready to start their injury rehabs. Has five $4 million. Like so many free agents, Walker
weeks of poor play made Walker vulnera- never received the offers he was anticipating. The Yankees believed they got a bargain
ble to be the roster casualty?
“I don’t see Walker as a guy to release, eat for such a consistent producer at $4 million
[his salary] or trade,” Yankees general man- when he finally signed March 12. But a lot of
ager Brian Cashman said by phone. “I think teams thought that about players they
brought in with spring trainhe is a better player than
ing fully going.
he has shown. Track reBut have you noticed the
cord is something I
trend? Just about all those
would trust.”
players are struggling. The
Walker’s
consistent
exception is Mike Moustakas
above-average producHardball
(signed March 11). Though
tion actually was his
his normal spring was disstrongest selling point.
In eight full seasons, his OPS ranged from rupted, he returned to the comfort of his
five points to 26 points above major league career-long team, the Royals. Jake Arrieta
average (factoring in park and league). So (signed March 12) also has been mainly
that he was 91 percent under the average good for the Phillies.
However, in arguably the most routinized
through five weeks was not going to convince Cashman that the Yankees used of sports, we are seeing what happens when
$4 million unwisely to land Walker as in- routine is broken. Will this impact next offseason by giving teams even more leverage
surance at first, second, third and DH.
Still, that roster crunch is coming. Cashman as they put out the vibe that they won’t sign
described Drury’s recovery as having “all ar- players once spring begins, or players want
rows pointing up.” But when asked what that to avoid the potential pitfalls of a late start?
Consider:
means for the roster, Cashman said, “I am not
1. Logan Morrison (signed Feb. 28) — Ungoing to play the what-are-we-going-to-do
der the radar, the Twins had among the magame on a date we are not activating him.”
My suspicion is, barring a dramatic jors’ best offenses in the second half last
slump, Gleyber Torres is now the en- year, and for $6.5 million they projected
trenched second baseman. If that is so, and Morrison (off a 38-homer season) in the
Walker is not going anywhere, then DH role would make it even more exploMiguel Andujar and Tyler Austin are most sive. But the most explosive element for
vulnerable. That Austin is the more expe- Morrison so far was his comments about
rienced first baseman makes him likely to the intelligence of Yankees fans who constay. Andujar, in a slump after a sizzling tinue to boo him for criticizing the pick last
Joel
Sherman
By HANNAH WITHIAM
Ichiro Suzuki is pulling an
Alex Rodriguez, for now.
The Mariners named Ichiro a
special assistant to the chairman
on Thursday, effectively removing him from the team’s active
roster for the 2018 season. The
transition leaves the door open
for Suzuki to play again in 2019 if
he shows renewed potential in
spring training, though it seems
like a big “if.” It’s possible Ichiro
could return just for the first
two games, which will be played
in Japan against the Athletics.
Ichiro was recently rumored to
year of Gary Sanchez for the Home
Run Derby rather than him. Morrison’s .157 batting average was
the AL’s worst and he had just
two homers.
2. Lucas Duda (Feb. 28) — The
Royals envisioned Duda ($3.5
million) helping offset some of
the offensive loss of Eric Hosmer. But he was hitting .216
with three homers and is arguably the worst regular on the
AL’s poorest offense.
3. Carlos Gomez (March 3) —
After removing Morrison, Corey
Dickerson, Evan Longoria and Steven Souza, the Rays hoped Gomez
($4 million) could fill some of the
void. Even with a recent hot steak,
he had just a .578 OPS.
4. Lance Lynn (March 12) — The
Twins envisioned a veteran stabilizer
in Lynn ($12 million), but he led the
majors in walks and had an 8.37 ERA.
5. Jonathan Lucroy (March 12) —
With zero homers and a .667 OPS, Lucroy ($3.5 million) is the worst regular
hitter on the A’s.
6. Carlos Gonzalez (March 12) — His
late reunion with the Rockies was supposed to augment a good offense. Instead, Gonzalez ($5 million) has had even
worse results (.671 OPS) than his disappointing 2017 and been injured, contributing to Colorado’s troubling attack.
7. Alex Cobb (March 21) — The last of
his four starts was his best, but the numbers for Cobb (four years, $57 million) are
atrocious: 0-3, 9.68 ERA, 37 hits and just
six strikeouts in 17 ²/₃ innings.
8. Greg Holland (March 31) — Holland’s
$14 million was supposed to be the final
piece, a proven closer to elevate the roster.
But Holland (7.36 ERA, 17 base runners in
7 ¹/₃ innings) already is out as the closer.
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Ichiro retires, sort of
be heading toward retirement after signing a one-year deal in the
offseason to return to the Mariners, the team he rose to stardom with after moving to Seattle
as a heralded Japanese prospect
in 2001. At 44, Ichiro is not the
hitter or speedster he once was,
with just nine hits in 44 at-bats
and no stolen bases this season.
Still, the Mariners did not want
to lose his baseball knowledge ac-
quired over 17 full MLB seasons
and 10 All-Star Game appearances.
“We want to make sure we capture all of the value that Ichiro
brings to this team off the field,”
Mariners general manager Jerry
Dipoto said in a statement. “This
new role is a way to accomplish
that. While it will evolve over
time, the key is that Ichiro’s presence in our clubhouse and with
our players and staff improves
our opportunity to win games.”
Ichiro’s agent, John Boggs,
wanted to make it clear the new
role does not mean the outfielder
is hanging up his cleats just yet.
“He is not retiring. He’s taking
on a different role for 2018, and
2019 has yet to evolve,” Boggs
told The Athletic.
Dipoto left open the possibility of Ichiro turning his year of
work into a full-time position.
prefer a two-man team.
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and “Monday
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place to start.
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last fact seems to be very
important. Of the four lead
NFL game analysts, three
— Witten, Romo (CBS) and
Troy Aikman (FOX) —
played for Dallas. Only Cris
Collinsworth (NBC) has no
Cowboys connection.
Still, here is the thing for
Witten, just as with Romo a
year ago: No one knows
how good he will be. CBS
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luck involved.
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broke the stories on Witten
were NFL insider Chris
Mortensen and ESPN
Cowboys reporter Todd
Archer. They very well
could have had football
sources, but ESPN still
looks a little ridiculous, citing sources, about a person
joining its organization and
then having its PR team decline comment.
There are no perfect answers about how ESPN
should handle the situation.
The problem is, where do
the business and journalism lines cross? The Post
first reported that Witten
auditioned for “Monday
Night Football,” but if ESPN
is reporting on itself,
shouldn’t it have broken
that story, too? Witten, after
all, was considering hanging up his shoulder pads at
that point.
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From Cowboys to MNF.
its Triple Crown shows on
SiriusXM and its video
platforms. There may have
been more components to
the offer, but it is unlikely
they would have been able
to come close to matching
the more than $1 million
Francesa is receiving from
WFAN. Francesa has a long
history with the Musburgers. He started his career as
an intern for Brent and
went on to be his chief researcher. At the beginning
of Brian’s career, he interned with Francesa.
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SPN has gone to great
lengths to try to ensure
Jason Witten is the
right fit for its “Monday
Night Football” broadcast
booth — which the longtime Cowboys tight end
will join after he retired
from the NFL on Thursday.
For weeks now, new
MNF play-by-play man Joe
Tessitore not only has been
auditioning
prospective
candidates on the Bristol
campus, but also has been
spending the day with each
prospect, eating meals and
even having them come
over to his house. It has
been an expansive and intense process for Tessitore
and ESPN’s decision-makers.
Sources said ESPN has
been going
to
these
lengths in
part because
it wants an
improved
chemistry
the network
thought the
previous MNF team, Sean
McDonough
and
Jon
Gruden,
lacked.
McDonough, a respected playby-play man, was taken off
the game, but given a soft
landing spot, assuming Tessitore’s former role as the
No. 2 college football game
caller behind Chris Fowler.
Gruden left for a $100 million contract to coach the
Raiders.
ESPN had wanted Peyton
Manning to be “the next
Tony Romo,” but struck
out. The network considered Brett Favre, but decided he was not the right
fit.
ESPN auditioned a whole
crew of prospective analysts, including Kurt Warner, Panthers tight end
Greg Olsen, ESPN analysts
Louis Riddick, Booger McFarland, Randy Moss and
Rex Ryan, among others. It
is still possible they could
add a third person to the
booth, though nearly all
play-by-play announcers
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BRYCE PETTY
No room
for Petty in T
crowded
QB room
By BRIAN COSTELLO
The Jets’ quarterback room got awfully
crowded recently and the team finally
got rid of one.
The team cut Bryce Petty, who was their
fourth-round pick in 2015, the team announced Thursday. The move was not
surprising after the Jets drafted Sam Darnold last week. That gave them five quarterbacks on the roster along with Josh McCown, Teddy Bridgewater and Christian
Hackenberg. Petty was the odd man out.
Petty went 1-6 as a starter with the Jets.
He saw action in 10 games, starting
seven. He completed 53.1 percent of his
passes for 1,353 yards with four touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
The 26-year-old first started toward
the end of the 2016 season. He won a
game against the 49ers in San Francisco,
but did not win again. He suffered a
shoulder injury in Week 16 that finished
his year. The Jets gave him a chance to
start again at the end of 2017 after McCown broke his left hand, but Petty lost
all three of his starts and only threw one
touchdown on the season.
It will be interesting to see if the former
Baylor star gets another chance with a different team. He had a very productive college career but there were questions about
how he would transition to the NFL.
Petty is just the second draft pick by
Mike Maccagnan that the team has released over his three-plus years as general manager.
Anderson arrest warrant lifted
Jets WR Robby Anderson is not in
trouble, as it had looked Wednesday. An
arrest warrant that was issued for Anderson Tuesday was lifted on Thursday,
according to his attorney, Ed O’Donnell.
Broward County (Fla.) initially said
Anderson had failed to appear at an arraignment hearing. O’Donnell said it was
a clerical error by the court that caused
the confusion. His next court date is July
19. Anderson was arrested in January after an alleged traffic violation and comments to the arresting officer. He faces a
reckless driving charge.
HEY were childhood friends and
travel basketball teammates once on
the San Clemente Shock, then one was
a quarterback and the other a wide receiver at San Clemente High School and
then teammates and roommates at USC.
No one knows Sam Darnold, future franchise quarterback for the New York Jets,
better than Jake Russell, his best friend.
“Pretty much everything we always did
together we made into a competition,
whether it was shooting in his backyard,
like seeing who could hit the most shots in
a row from the elbow, or just like playing
video games at his house or catching the
biggest wave out in the ocean, like we were
bodyboarding together, and we made each
other laugh a good amount,” Russell told
The Post by phone.
And now they go their separate ways,
Russell back to USC as a walk-on reserve
receiver and special teamer, Darnold to
New York to bring a franchise starving for
a young franchise quarterback back to the
top of Mount Namath.
“I think if the Jets have been looking for a
franchise quarterback,” Russell said, “they’ve
definitely found someone to do that.”
Let Russell start by taking you into the
San Clemente High huddle.
“Regardless of the situation he gets in, like
he always had a really calm demeanor and
he doesn’t let anything get to him,” Russell
said. “Sometimes we’d get down, or like the
other crowd would be going pretty wild after making a big play, we’d always get back in
the huddle and Sam would be like, ‘Guys,
we’re all good.’ Like, ‘Stay calm, just keep doing your job and executing our stuff, we’ll be
OK.’ That was always like super-reassuring,
super-nice to have in the huddle just because it settled everyone else down. His ability to keep kind of an
even demeanor under
pressure is really
something we loved in
the huddle.”
Now allow Russell
to tell you about his
friend’s arm.
“I always kinda took
it for granted because
the ball would always kinda be in the perfect spot for me to catch it,” he said.
And oh, that flea-flicker touchdown pass
he caught against Newport Harbor. “Sam
just launched it probably like 60 yards,”
Russell said.
Ice in the huddle. Fire with the football in
his hands.
“Once you really get to know him, he’s
just like a super-funny kid, kinda goofy
sometimes, likes to have a good time, and
when he knows it’s time to be serious, he’ll
flip a switch and he’ll become one of the
CHARACTER WITNESS: High school teammates Sam Darnold (left) and Jake
Russell (center) would go on to play together at USC, and Russell is confident his childhood friend will succeed as the Jets’ new franchise quarterback.
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Pals: Darnold will keep
his cool in NY spotlight
most competitive people you’ve ever met,”
Russell said.
Jonathan LaBonty, another of Darnold’s
roommates and a former USC teammate,
can vouch for that.
“We play this game called Spike Ball, it’s
like a game you play at the beach, you hit a
ball off like a little net
on the ground, four
people play it, partners
of two,” LaBonty told
The Post by phone.
And if Darnold lost?
“He would be absolutely furious,” LaBonty
said.
“He
wouldn’t want to talk
to anyone for a while.
“I don’t play video games with him anymore ’cause if you beat him in video games
like ‘Madden’ or something, he won’t talk
to you for a little bit.”
Darnold sounds very much like Eli Manning and Josh McCown.
“He really points out what everyone else
is doing well and he’ll be the last one to say
that he did something great,” Russell said.
New York won’t buckle Darnold. “He just
controls what he has to control and kinda
goes about his business,” Russell said. “I
Steve Serby
don’t think any of the criticisms or anything that happens in New York will get to
him too much.”
Blue-Collar Sam.
“I would not consider him a New York
Broadway type of person, he’s not on Wall
Street, he’s the type of guy who’s like … he’s
a blue-collar quarterback,” LaBonty said.
Russell: “In high school he was always
one of the biggest guys and he had really
bright red hair, everyone knew Sam for his
red hair, so like ‘Oh, Big Red.’ Then Clifford
was The Big Red Dog, so we called him
Clifford for a little bit.
“After we won the Rose Bowl, we always
joke around with him about his mole a little bit on his face, so we started calling him
the Rose Mole. We’ll see if anyone in New
York can come up with something good for
him out there.”
LaBonty offered this message about Sam
Darnold for long-suffering Jets fans: “Get
ready to see a kid sell out on the field for
you week after week. He’s a born winner,
he’s won everything he’s ever been a part
of. He’s going to win games, he’s going to
do things there that Jet fans haven’t seen in
a while.”
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him tops in this draft class is inaccurate.
When the evaluation process was complete, the Giants assigned the same grade
to Barkley and Chubb. On the draft board,
though, Barkley was stacked ahead of
Chubb.
THE SLEEPER: Barkley and guard
Will Hernandez will be Day 1 starters, unless something strange and unexpected
happens this summer. The belief is
Lorenzo Carter, a Georgia outside linebacker taken in the third round, could also
be an immediate starter. Yes, that means
Carter could get the
nod ahead of veteran
newcomer
Kareem
Martin, even though
Martin knows James
Bettcher’s
defense
from their shared time
in Arizona.
The Giants see
Carter as more athletic than Devon Kennard (signed by the
Lions) and a much more natural pass
rusher. They do not worry about his fairly
modest college production (14 sacks).
They believe he might have had more
pressures and hits on the quarterback of
any player in the draft, including Chubb.
At the very least, Carter should instantly
immerge as a third-down pass rusher, and
if he comes along quickly, he could surge
ahead of Martin in the playing rotation.
THE RIGHT STUFF: Shurmur continues to impress everyone inside the building. His first draft with the Giants was a
rousing success, as far as his involvement
and, at times, bemusement — the guy has
an understated sense of humor that insiders say is appreciated and keeps the tension of the task in perspective. Saturday
night, after the three-day draft was complete, Shurmur surprised the scouting
staff by joining them for dinner, an uncommon action for the head coach. Then
Shurmur delighted the scouting staff by
picking up the tab.
BRILLIANT SURPRISE: The affection truly started at the Senior Bowl, as
the Giants decision-makers, en masse,
gathered in Mobile, Ala., and laid their
eyes on Hernandez. That enthrallment did
not last long, as the Giants grew disconsolate at the scouting combine
in Indianapolis watching Hernandez set the bar for all offensive linemen with 37 reps on the
bench press (Quenton Nelson,
by comparison, had 35).
“He’ll never be there in the
second round,’’ a top Giants talent
evaluator groused. After taking
Barkley, the Giants watched the
first round unfold and were
stupefied Hernandez did not
come off the board. It has
been quite a while, a Giants
insider revealed, the entire
organization felt this good
coming out of a draft.
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HE GIANTS got their man in the NFL
draft. Indeed, all roads led to Saquon
Barkley. Still, there was intrigue involved in this long, detailed evaluation
process. Here is what The Post learned
before, during and especially after all the
picks were in:
CRUSHED IT: As general manager
Dave Gettleman so profoundly put it, no
team (at least publicly) finishes up the
draft, scans the piece of paper listing all
its picks and says, “We just drafted crap.’’
Each year brings about a different sensibility, though. Relief.
Accomplishment. Satisfaction. Rarely have
the Giants been this
thrilled — “ecstatic’’ is
the word one insider
used — to get one specific player as they
were and are to land
Barkley. The last time
the room felt so energized to get a player
in the first round of a draft? Jeremy
Shockey in 2002.
QB WAS NEVER AN OPTION: It is
not as if the Giants viewed this quarterback class as trash. They liked three of
them — Baker Mayfield was not in the
discussion very long — a great deal but in
order to justify the No. 2-overall pick,
there had to be love, and there was none.
Most troubling, and telling, was there was
no true consensus among the Giants
coaches, scouts and front office as to the
pecking order. Some liked Sam Darnold
best. Others liked Josh Allen best. Darnold, Allen/Allen, Darnold. Around and
around it went, and then, a little Josh
Rosen sprinkled in. What does that tell
you?
PAT’S PICK: If Barkley was gone, defensive end Bradley Chubb would have
been the pick. The assumption that if the
Giants were adamant about taking a quarterback it would have been Darnold is
faulty. In fact, Pat Shurmur preferred Allen, believing he has the most upside. This
is surprising, based on his assessment of
why he likes Kyle Lauletta, the fourthround selection.
“Really, arm strength is about fourth on
the list,’’ Shurmur said. “You have to
be a good decision-maker, you have
to have a sense of timing and you
have to throw an accurate ball.’’
Allen, the gunslinger out of
Wyoming, has the strongest arm
and displayed the worst accuracy of the top prospects. This
is further evidence Shurmur
does not project greatness
out of this group.
GRADING
GAME: To state
the Giants are
smitten
with
Barkley is an
understatement. To say
they
graded
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GOLIATH JOB
Following a winning process
the first step for wins to follow
T
HE KNICKS did the right thing Thursday. They
hired the right man. That doesn’t fix everything. It doesn’t guarantee anything. But hiring
David Fizdale is a step in the right direction, a big
step. Fizdale alone doesn’t make them champions or
even winners. But it puts them on the right path,
points them in the right direction. You start with
that.
Fizdale isn’t Red Auerbach, he
isn’t Red Holzman, and right now
you’d have to say he isn’t even his
old boss and his old friend in Miami, Erik Spoelstra. He’s a young
coach who had some early speed
as an NBA boss in Memphis, making the playoffs his first year, and
then ran into a 7-foot speed bump
named Marc Gasol and it went sideways for him
from there. He’s made mistakes and will make more.
He’s had growing pains and will have more. But he
was the right man at the start of this process and
winds up the right choice at the end. The Knicks got
this right.
Because what the Knicks need most, right now, is
leadership, they need a guy with a confident voice
and an able foundation who will start the slow process of making them a competitive team, and then a
representative team and then, in time, a winning
team. By all indications Fizdale fits that bill. By all
indications he is the right guy.
Now, the Knicks have hired the right guy before.
Mike D’Antoni was the right guy once upon a time.
He won big in Phoenix before and has won big in
Houston since and didn’t win near enough in New
York. Larry Brown was the right guy once upon a
time; he’s won everywhere else he’s ever been, starting with the Carolina Cougars of the ABA, all the
way to the Naismith Hall of Fame. Didn’t win here.
Didn’t work here. It happens. Nothing is guaranteed.
But Steve Mills and Scott Perry have gotten themselves a guy who knows how to coach and that’s precisely what the Knicks need right now. Whatever
red flags his soured relationship with Gasol may
raise, there’s plenty of testimonials from players all
over the league to offset that, that will back up
Fizdale as a good coach, a smart coach, a clever motivator and a fine strategist. And this is a franchise
yearning, desperately, for all of those qualities in its
head coach.
Because the Knicks are three-to-five years away
from making any kind of substantial impact at the
top of the league. It is a time rife with hard truths:
they will have to watch the Warriors play themselves out West, and closer to home they’ll have to
let the Celtics play themselves out right in their own
division. They will have to see where LeBron James
winds up next year and what that means for them
and everyone else in the league. All of that is true.
All of that is real.
So is this: the Knicks are better now than they
were yesterday, they are better now than they were
this season. They are better off with David Fizdale
as their coach than they ever were under Jeff Hornacek.
This is a time of profound change around the Knicks
under Mills and Perry, who aren’t merely trying to
change the culture that has strangled the franchise for
18 years but blow it up entirely. They began the process last year when they shipped Carmelo Anthony
to Oklahoma City at the end
of a process every bit
as deliberate as
this coaching
search. Now
they try to
build a blueprint for success in New
York at a time
when so many wonder if that’s
even possible anymore.
It will be a slow, torturous
trip. What we know for certain
is the Knicks need more players, better players than they
have now. We know they need
to get Kristaps Porzingis back,
healthy, and playing at a level
near where he was at the start
of last season, when it was
still OK to feel reasonably
good about the Knicks’ fortunes. That will be Fizdale’s
biggest challenge, along
with cultivating Frank Ntilikina and whoever they
happen to get out of this
year’s lottery, and whatever
pieces they can assemble
the first couple of years.
It starts there. It starts
with that. Fizdale won’t be
handed a playoff-caliber team
as he was in Memphis and that
is probably for the best. Let him establish something here. Let him make
this a destination place. And then let’s
see if some of the players who speak so
highly of him now want to join him in a
few years. That is certainly what Perry
and Mills want to see. And it’s what
Knicks fans ought to want to see, too.
For what they’ve seen, too often, are
false starts and half-measures and if
there is one clear thing about the MillsPerry partnership, it’s that they will be
exhaustive in making their choices.
Happened with Melo. Happened here.
The Knicks are better off for both slow
processes. They did the right thing hiring David Fizdale. Now all we need to
know is if they’ll be rewarded for that in
a tangible way.
Mike Vaccaro
mvaccaro@nypost.com
Meet David Fizdale
Born: June 16, 1974
(age 43)
Hometown:
Los Angeles
Coaching record:
50-51 (.495)
CAREER HISTORY
1998-2002: San Diego
(asst.)
2002-04: Fresno State
(asst.)
2003-04: Warriors
(asst.)
2004-08: Hawks (asst.)
2008-16: Heat (asst.)
2016-17: Grizzlies
DID YOU KNOW?
n Grizzlies made the postseason
in his only full season as coach
in 2016-17, losing to the Spurs in
six games in the first round.
n After being unhappy with
officiating in Spurs series, fined
$30,000 for a rant that featured
instant catchphrase “Take that
for data!”
n Feud with Memphis star Marc
Gasol led to dismissal in 2017.
n Part of two championship
Heat teams in 2012 and 2013,
having coached LeBron James
and Dwyane Wade.
AP
By MARC BERMAN
On the three-week anniversary of
Jeff Hornacek’s firing, the Knicks
have agreed to terms in principle
with a new coach — David Fizdale,
an NBA source confirmed.
The deal reportedly is for four
years, according to ESPN. The
Knicks will make an official announcement next week when they
will hold a press conference.
The 43-year-old former Grizzlies
coach beat out Mike Budenholzer
and David Blatt as Knicks brass
pared its 11-man list down to three
finalists in recent days. Mark Jackson’s candidacy had fallen by the
wayside with concerns he hadn’t
been in the NBA the past four
years and it was unclear how he
would assemble his coaching staff.
Fizdale, who becomes the team’s
11th head coach since Jeff Van Gundy
resigned in 2001, doesn’t have the
head-coaching experience of any of
the other finalists but checked a lot
of the other boxes on the wish list of
Knicks president Steve Mills and
general manager Scott Perry.
The feeling within the Knicks organization was Fizdale’s Memphis
stint was upended prematurely by
a feud with Marc Gasol in November. Mills and Perry looked at his
conflict with the Spanish center as
an aberration.
Fizdale was a longtime assistant
with the Heat and got along famously with LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.
The Knicks’ first-year management team said it was vital the new
coach had a connectivity with the
players, something they believed
Hornacek lacked. Also, working
with the front office, which wants
to be an extension of the coaching
staff, was deemed key.
Sources in Memphis said Fizdale
had no issues regarding communication with the Grizzlies management. Embracing analytics does
not appear to be an issue either.
“You can throw him into any room,
and he will be able to work with that
room,’’ Heat coach Erik Spoelstra recently told the Palm Beach Post.
“Anywhere. From where he grew up
in South Central [Los Angeles], to a
board meeting to a basketball camp,
he can bring any group of people together. And I know I’ll always get the
David Fizdale is just
another Mark Jackson. All
preaching no plays. Knicks
need a X and O coach not a
motivational speaker
@LeBandz_James
My Knicks just hired David
Fizdale. We could have done
way worse. Not bad at all
@Evan_Devould
The Fizdale move gives me
hope that the Knicks can be
a 6 seed in my lifetime
@sunraysunray
The #knicks are ways
away from being any good
but I like the hire of David
Fizdale.
@JasonN2288
I’m not saying David Fizdale
isn’t a good coach (I don’t
know much about him), but
why won’t the #Knicks hire
Mark Jackson? I just don’t
get it.
@yourboysdot
David fizdale was the best
coach for us and the best
coach without a job, glad
the Knicks picked him up
@_saintmarx
THE NEW BOSS: David Fizdale, talking with Grizzlies guard Andrew Harrison in 2016, takes over as the
Knicks head coach hoping to improve upon the coaching staff’s connectivity with the players.
AP
truth out of Fiz, even if it’s not what I
want to hear.”
Budenholzer, the Knicks’ second
choice, is expected to be the Bucks’
top candidate and is planning to interview with them. Milwaukee
may be a better fit for Budenholzer
as the Bucks are a playoff team on
the rise with a healthy superstar in
Giannis Antetokounmpo.
Also expected to interview for
the Bucks’ job is Blatt, the former
Cavaliers coach who took his team
to the NBA Finals but also warred
with James.
However, if James ever looks New
York’s way, they will have a recruiting gem in Fizdale. However, besides not having the necessary cap
space this summer, the Knicks could
spend much of next season without
injured star Kristaps Porzingis.
Fizdale also interviewed with
Phoenix, Charlotte, Orlando and
Atlanta. He will not be able to
bring along his top Memphis assistant, J.B. Bickerstaff, who replaced
him on an interim basis and was
named Grizzlies’ head coach
Wednesday. Bickerstaff thanked
several people at his press conference, including Fizdale.
Fizdale could hire ex-Knicks
coach Mike Woodson as his top assistant. Woodson told The Post he
would listen to an offer should the
Knicks hired Fizdale, even though
Woodson is currently Doc Rivers’
assistant with the Clippers. Fizdale
was an assistant coach under
Woodson in Atlanta from 2004-08.
It’s unclear whether Fizdale will
bring any of his Memphis assistants — Keith Smart, Bob Bender,
Nick Van Exel, Greg Buckner and
Adam Mazarei — as they may stay
with the Grizzlies. Miami assistant
Juwan Howard, who interviewed
with the Knicks, could also be
asked to join Fizdale’s staff.
Fizdale was with Miami for the
team’s entire run with James,
Wade and Bosh that ended with titles in 2012 and 2013.
On his visit to the Garden in
April, Wade called Fizdale “a
phenomenal coach” who “has defensive principles from Pat Riley.”
Wade
tweeted
Thursday:
“When one [door] closes. Another one opens. The future of
New York just got a lot brighter
(literally). [Congrats] my friend
Coach Fizdale!”
“They got the best coach on the
market, in my opinion,’’ echoed
ESPN’s Chauncey Billups.
In 2016, Fizdale finally became a
head coach with the Grizzlies,
posting a 43-39 record before a
rough-and-tumble, six-game, firstround playoff ouster by the Spurs.
But after an eight-game losing
streak in November and a feud with
Gasol, Fizdale was a goner. The
Knicks believe Fizdale’s strength is
his connectivity with players. His
relationship with their young European players, Porzingis and Frank
Ntilikina, will bear watching.
marc.berman@nypost.com
Ex-Heat assistant could play role in long-shot LeBron pursuit / Page 54
Very excited for David
Fizdale as he gets another
head coaching opportunity.
He’s an incredible
basketball mind. If the
Knicks give him space, he
can bring the team back
and create a quick positive
impact.
@RulingSports
I’m so hyped the Knicks
finally hired a great coach.
Welcome to New York David
Fizdale!
@jdelgado_5
Super happy about the
Fizdale hire. Going to
change the culture, focus
on defense and hopefully
get some free agents to
New York. I know LeBron
loves him #AManCanDream
#Knicks
@TheRealQuiggls
I hope Fizdale brings back
that Riley thing where
everybody on the Knicks
gets into the best shape
they’ve ever been in in their
lives.
@JonKnicksFan
nypost.com

Ex-Grizz coach Fizdale takes over Knicks

43-year-old beat out 10 other candidates
I really hope the #Knicks let
Fizdale truly coach and not
dictate lineups to him. Great
addition to that team!
@Carterjgray
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By GEORGE A. KING III
HOUSTON — There is a
chance Brandon Drury
comes off the disabled list
this weekend when the Indians play three games at
Yankee Stadium, but as of
Thursday that decision
hadn’t been made.
“I think it’s possible,’’
Aaron Boone said of the
third baseman, who has
been on the DL since April 7
with migraine headaches
and blurry vision, being activated. “But that is something, we get through
[Thursday] and evaluate
where we are. We haven’t
had that conversation other
than before this series and
we made the decision it
wasn’t going to be before
this series. Those are probably conversations we start
to have this weekend, but
we are not ready to make
the decision yet.’’
At Triple-A Scranton/
Wilkes-Barre, Drury was
batting .348 with an .879
OPS through seven games
before going 2-for-3 in
Thursday’s 4-3 win over
Pawtucket.
Boone started Ronald
Torreyes at third on Thursday against right-hander
Lance McCullers Jr. After
Drury ‘possible’
for this weekend
YANKEES
NOTES
going 3-for-5 on April 28
against the Angels, Andujar
has one hit in his last 14 atbats (.071). That dropped
his average from .312 to .275.
He rebounded Thursday
when he went 2-for-4 and
contributed a single to the
three-run ninth inning rally.
Boone used Andujar as the
DH on Thursday for the
fourth time this season and
shifted Brett Gardner from
left to center field in order to
give Aaron Hicks a day off.
In his previous 11 games,
Hicks batted .162 (6-for-37)
with a .568 OPS. Hicks singled and scored in the
ninth as a pinch hitter.
➤
The Yankees are promoting left-handed pitch-
ing prospect Justus Sheffield to SWB. The No. 46overall prospect posted a
2.25 ERA and 1.07 WHIP
with Double-A Trenton.
Sheffield held opponents
to a .163 batting average
over five starts (28 innings), while his 39 strikeouts led the Eastern
League.
“He’s going to continue
to develop, work on the
fastball command,” Yankees vice president of
baseball operations Tim
Naehring said on YES.
Sheffield was acquired
by the Yankees in the 2016
deal that sent Andrew
Miller to the Indians.
➤
When
the
Astros
scored a run in the seventh
inning off Chad Green,
the Yankees’ relievers
streak of 21 innings without
giving up a run ended.
THE
CATCHLRY!
RIVA
➤
The last time the Yankees won 12-of-13 was June
5-18, 2012.
➤ According to Boone,
Greg Bird is progressing
to the point where he could
get at-bats in an extended
spring training game early
next week in Florida.
“I think he is scheduled to
get his first at-bats on Monday in extended spring possibly,’’ Boone said of Bird, who
is coming back from late
March ankle surgery. “He is
moving in the right direction
and really pleased with his
rehab. All things considered,
I think it’s going pretty well.’’
Boone wouldn’t say
when Bird would begin
playing games above the
extended spring training
level. When Bird was operated on in late March, the
prognosis was he would be
out six-to-eight weeks.
ON DECK
INSIDE THE MATCHUPS
VS. INDIANS
YANKEES: Sabathia will be
looking for his third straight
win, opening the weekend
FRIDAY — 7:05, PIX11 series with the Indians.
LHP CC Sabathia
Since his return from
(2-0, 1.71) vs.
the disabled list April 19,
Sabathia has gone 2-0 with
RHP Josh Tomlin
a 0.52 ERA in three starts,
(0-4, 9.16)
one earned run
SATURDAY — 1:05, YES permitting
in 17 ¹/₃ innings.
RHP Sonny Gray
(1-2, 6.67) vs.
RHP Trevor Bauer
(2-2, 2.41)
INDIANS: Tomlin’s struggles
continued in his outing
Sunday, when he allowed
six runs on 10 hits, including
SUNDAY — 1:05, YES two homers, in six innings
RHP Domingo German against the Mariners. In
(0-1, 3.77) vs.
18 ²/₃ innings this season,
RHP Mike Clevinger the righty has given up
(2-0, 2.56)
10 home runs. In 21 career
All games broadcast on innings at Yankee Stadium,
WFAN (660 AM, 101.9 FM) Tomlin has an 8.57 ERA.
STAT SO?
YANKEES: The Yankees are 40-25 (.615) against the
reigning AL champions since 2010. They are 3-1 against
the Astros in 2018, and were 2-5 vs. the Indians in 2017,
5-2 vs. the Royals in 2016, 4-2 vs. the Royals in 2015, 12-7
vs. the Red Sox in 2014, 3-3 vs. the Tigers in 2013, 4-3 vs.
the Rangers in 2012 and 7-2 vs. the Rangers in 2011.
INDIANS: After batting .159 through April 10,
Francisco Lindor has enjoyed multi-hit games in each
of his last five games.
ON DECK
FRIDAY — 7:10
RHP Zack Wheeler
(2-1, 4.09) vs.
RHP German Marquez
(1-3, 5.14)
SATURDAY — 7:10
LHP Steven Matz
(1-2, 4.98) vs.
RHP Chad Bettis
(3-1, 2.43)
SUNDAY — 1:10
All games on SNY and
WOR (710 AM)
INSIDE THE MATCHUPS
METS: Wheeler
gave up two runs
in five innings with
nine strikeouts in
beating the Padres
on Sunday, his first
win since his season
debut against the
Marlins on April 11.
Wheeler has made
only one career start
against the Rockies,
in May 2014, giving up
four earned runs in
four innings.
ROCKIES: Marquez
battled during his
last start Saturday
against the Marlins.
Even though he gave
up three runs — one
earned — Marquez
retired the last seven
batters he faced
while pitching six
innings in a 4-1 loss.
STAT SO?
METS: Michael
Conforto has reached
base in 21 of his 22
games this season,
drawing a walk in
Thursday’s loss to the
Braves. Conforto has
drawn at least one
walk in 16 of his 22
games.
ROCKIES: Charlie
Blackmon brings a lot
of power to the top
of Colorado’s lineup.
His 10 home runs
are among the most
in MLB, with nine of
them coming on the
road. Blackmon also
tends to go deep
early, with his Tuesday
night homer against
the Cubs the 29th
leadoff home run of
his career.
By ZACH BRAZILLER
Matt Harvey cited positives.
Mickey Callaway described it as a
“blip.”
Apparently, five runs over two innings is making progress these days
for Harvey.
The one-time dominant righthander, who has struggled since being demoted to the bullpen after
back-to-back injury-riddled lost seasons, entered in a rout and turned it
into a laugher as the Mets were
swept by the Braves, 11-0, at Citi
Field on Thursday afternoon.
“It’s a little blip on the road —
again — but we got to keep pounding away and try to make sure we do
the best we can with Matt Harvey,”
Callaway said.
After retiring the first four batters
he faced, Harvey’s outing turned
ugly. He walked three, allowed five
hits, and a three-run homer to Ozzie
Albies in an disastrous seventh inning that led to him being booed off
the mound. His velocity initially
was improved, his fastball reaching
95 mph. But by his final inning of
work, he was down to 92, and his
pitches were either wild or over the
fat part of the plate.
“I’m still struggling obviously with
[the move to the bullpen],” Harvey
said. “But there are some positives
out of today other than the numbers.
Now it’s just about putting everything together.”
That didn’t stop Harvey from trying to look at the bright side as his
ERA ballooned to 7.00, and 10.50
over six innings of work since going
to the bullpen. He repeatedly went
back to talking about what he
viewed as positives — in particular,
his 1-2-3 sixth inning when he struck
out Ronald Acuna Jr. — rather than
harp on the five runs he allowed.
nypost.com
RHP Noah Syndergaard
(2-1, 3.10) vs.
LHP Kyle Freeland
(1-4, 4.24)
LOAD OF BULL
THAT’S ENOUGH: Manager Mickey Callaway takes the ball from Matt Harvey after the former ace imploded
against the Braves at Citi Field on Thursday. Harvey gave up five runs, all earned, in relief.
Anthony J. Causi
“I got to keep working and try and
fine-tune mechanics and executing
pitches kind of like I did that at-bat,”
he said.
Callaway still sees major mechanical issues with Harvey that have
been there since spring training.
He’s too stiff in his motion, yanking
the ball instead of throwing it
through the catcher.
“The way his body is working right
now, it’s not allowing him to throw
through the catcher,” Callaway said.
“In spring training, he was really
throwing through the catcher, and
there was life on the ball, a little bit
more [velocity]. Right now, even the
strikes he throws look like they’re
landing into the catcher’s mitt instead of going through the catcher.
“He’s got a ways to go. But one
thing we can’t ever do is give up on
anybody.”
Harvey declined to address the
Page Six report in which he traveled
to Los Angeles for a night of party-
ing following the team’s arrival in
San Diego last week. General manager Sandy Alderson took a shot at
Harvey on Tuesday, saying, “Usually
I get upset if a report is unexpected,
so I guess the short answer is no,”
when asked his reaction to the report.
“I’m not answering any questions
about that,” Harvey said.
He was happy to talk about his
outing — the positive parts at least,
few as those were to find.
Callaway maintains faith in slumping duo
By DAN MARTIN
It was another rough day
at the plate for Amed Rosario, who went 0-for-3 in the
Mets’ 11-0 loss to Atlanta.
Though the young shortstop is hardly alone in
Queens in his struggles, he
doesn’t exactly have the
same résumé of some of his
more experienced teammates.
Still, Rosario and manager Mickey Callaway are
confident he will snap out
of it soon — and Callaway
insisted Rosario wasn’t going anywhere.
“The best way to get guys
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METS NOTES
out of it is to play them and
let them get rid of it,’’ Callaway said. “If you don’t play
them, they’re never gonna
come out of it. It’s tough
right now for them.
They’ve got to grind
through it.”
Callaway was speaking
not only of Rosario, but also
about Michael Conforto,
who was hitless again on
Thursday — a day after he
was given the day off and
worked on his swing.
“It was obvious that Conforto wasn’t comfortable
out there today with some
of the swings he took,” Callaway said.
Conforto hasn’t had an
extra-base hit since he doubled on April 16 and he’s
now 8-for-66 with a double
and 16 strikeouts in his last
16 games.
Rosario is in a similar
slide, just 5-for-30 with a
walk and seven strikeouts
and no extra-base hits in his
last nine games. On Thursday, he also popped out
with the bases loaded and
two outs against Julio Teheran.
“The moments are gonna
come,’’
Rosario
said
through an interpreter.
“We’re human beings. We
know there are going to be
struggles. I have to keep
working.’’
Callaway said the duo is
“spinning a little bit.”
“Obviously, it’s not where
they want to be,” Callaway
said. “To say it’s a huge issue ... nobody can say that
[yet].”
➤
The Mets signed INF/
OF Cody Asche to a minor
league deal and he will report to Triple-A Las Vegas.
Asche was released by the
Yankees on Tuesday. The
27-year-old Asche began the
year with the Royals before
landing at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre, where he
hit .169 with a homer in 16
games for the Yankees’ top
affiliate. He played 19 games
in the majors with the
White Sox last year.
➤
Minor league catcher
Walter Rasquin of Single-A Columbia was suspended for 50 games without pay after testing positive for methamphetamine,
a stimulant in violation of
the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program. In 13 games this season, he has an OPS of .821.
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Vargas shelled as Mets
blanked in 2nd straight
By DAN MARTIN
of spring training with a non-displaced
fracture of the hamate bone in his right
The Mets were no-hit into the sev- (non-throwing) hand.
He then gave up nine runs in just 3 ²/₃
enth inning by Atlanta’s Julio Teheran
on Thursday — and that wasn’t even innings in his first start of the year.
Callaway blamed that poor outing on
the worst part of an afternoon during
which they lost 11-0 to the Braves at Citi his mechanics having been thrown off
by throwing from behind the screen for
Field.
No, of greater concern is the perfor- so long.
On Thursday, it was an inability to put
mance of Jason Vargas, who was hit
hard enough for a second straight start hitters away.
Nick Markakis drilled an RBI double
that he might be well served to go back
to right on an 0-2 curveball, and Kurt
to pitching behind a protective screen.
Suzuki followed by
Then there was Matt
Boxscore
crushing a 1-2 changeup
Harvey, called on to clean BRAVES 11
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0
into the left-field seats
up Vargas’ mess in the fifth. METS
to give Atlanta a 3-0 lead
Harvey, recently demoted
to the bullpen, got out of the fifth and in the first inning.
After three scoreless innings, Vargas
pitched a clean sixth before he imploded and surrendered five runs in the allowed a leadoff homer to rookie sensation Ronald Acuna Jr. in the fifth and
seventh.
After the three-game sweep by the a two-run shot by Markakis.
His numbers could have been even
Braves in Queens, the Mets have lost
four of five and now sit 1½ games back worse if Harvey hadn’t stranded the
two runners left by Vargas in the fifth.
of Atlanta in the NL East.
Despite the ugly pitching performances, Ozzie Albies smacked a three-run
Mickey Callaway tried to put a positive homer off Harvey in the seventh.
By then, Teheran was cruising —
spin on them — especially Vargas’.
“He was much better,” Callaway said of nothing new against the Mets. In 22 outthe lefty, who gave up six runs in just 4 ²/₃ ings against the Mets, Teheran is 9-5
innings. “The three runs in first inning with a 2.32 ERA.
The right-hander retired the first 11
were just two really bad pitches. … The last
inning was kind of the same thing. I think Mets he faced until Yoenis Cespedes
we saw a little bit of the real Vargas in drew a two-out walk in the fourth. And
those middle innings. He’s gonna be fine.” no one came close to a hit until AsVargas had a more realistic take on his drubal Cabrera’s double to right with
nightmarish beginning with the Mets. two outs in the seventh. It was the secNo Mets starter had given up at least six ond time in less than two weeks Teheearned runs in each of his first two ran tossed seven scoreless innings verstarts of a season since Bret Saberhagen sus the Mets and the first time the Mets
were shut out in consecutive games
in 1992.
Asked if he agreed with Callaway’s as- since 2015.
“I don’t think our guys are giving up
sessment, Vargas said: “I definitely don’t.
The outcome is similar to the previous or not preparing or anything like that,”
one because we weren’t able to let the Callaway said. “I’m happy about that.
team compete in early part of the game.” Things have not gone well lately. That’s
Vargas opened the season on the dis- part of a long baseball season.”
abled list after being sidelined for most
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Pulling out of slide will require short
S
OMEHOW, the calendar insisted at game’s end it was
still only May the 3rd, though
it often feels like the Mets’ season
has already lasted several-and-ahalf months. Somehow, the Mets
have only played 29 games, when
it often seems like they’ve played
twice as many, and they are five
games north of .500, when it’s
hard to remember the last time
they had a winning streak.
Somehow, the standings confirm the Mets are only a gameand-a-half behind Atlanta in the
NL East, when it certainly feels
like they’ve already been lapped
by the Baby Braves, who walked
into Citi Field and pummeled the
Mets senseless this week, outscoring them
21-2 and outplaying them
in every way
possible.
“Things have
not gone well
lately,” Mets
manager
Mickey Callaway said after this latest unsightly slog, this 11-0 whitewash,
was over Thursday afternoon in
front of 26,882 customers who
could most kindly be described
as “dissatisfied.”
Things, in truth, have been set
ablaze during a
dumpster fire
of a fortnight
that has seen
the Mets’ 11-1
start crumble
to a 17-12 present, lowlighted
by these three
games against
the Braves, who showed off their
shiny new toys (Ozzie Albies and
Ronald Acuna Jr.) and a threeheaded pitching scourge of
Mike Vaccaro
Michael Soroka, Sean Newcomb
and Julian Teheran that hearkened
to the MadduxGlavineSmoltz
beast that used to feast upon Mets
bats in the old days.
“That’s part of the long season,”
Callaway said. “You’ll have ups
and downs. Eventually we’ll
come out of it. We’re still playing
the game the right way. We’re just
not on the winning side. Keep
doing that, and we’ll be OK.”
It is a faith that Callaway, as the
manager, has to own, but it is one
that is hard for just about anyone
else to visualize right now. That’s
how bad the Mets looked these
past three days, and that’s how
hopeless they were against Teheran on Thursday, unable to muster a hit through 6²/₃ innings, this
after Jason Vargas allowed three
first-inning runs (and still saw his
ERA drop by more than a full run
by the time the inning was done).
This is what happens when every phase of your operation breaks
down: Even a day that actually begins positively — Jacob deGrom’s
elbow MRI coming back clean,
against the instincts, impulses and
assumptions of every Mets fan extant — ends in a mud puddle.
The starting pitching is a mess.
By ZACH BRAZILLER
After a hot start, the Mets have
come back down to earth in a big
way over the past three weeks,
with offensive production down
across the board and the pitching
staff losing its mojo:
Start
11-1
5.01
1.08
.244
.753
2.59
10.2
Category
W-L
Runs
HR
BA
OPS
ERA
Ks
Slump
6-11
4.0
0.8
.222
.644
5.23
9.8
NOTHING DOING: Jason
Vargas had another rough outing,
allowing six runs on 11 hits, and
Yoenis Cespedes (inset left) and
the Mets’ offense were held
scoreless once again in an 11-0
loss to the Braves on Thursday.
AP; Anthony J. Causi
memory of ugly series
Twice in this series the Mets
were down 3-0 before ever taking
a turn at bat, and that’s unhelpful
because the offense is in an even
worse place. Michael Conforto is
channeling 2016 instead of 2017, a
bad thing because he wound up
with Triple-A Vegas in ’16. A
team that hadn’t been shut out
through its first 27 games is now
working on an 18-inning scoreless streak and looks every bit as
feeble as that number suggests.
And the bullpen — remember
months (um, weeks) ago when
that was the team’s strength?
Wednesday night, it was Robert
Gsellman, splendid all year, who
was strafed by the Braves. Thursday afternoon, it was Matt Harvey and the latest chapter of his
dash for a DFA, failing to throw
many strikes and watching the
ones he did throw get treated like
batting-practice meatballs.
“I’m still trying to figure this
out,” Harvey said.
He can join a crowded clubhouse of teammates in the same
predicament right now. Look, it
was clear the Mets weren’t as
good as their 11-1 start. What you
have to hope if you are a Met or a
Mets manager or a Mets fan is
that they aren’t as bad as the 6-11
that has followed. Although
there’s little compelling evidence
to argue otherwise right now.
“There’s nothing we can do
about that right now,” said Asdrubel Cabrera, who received the
home team’s loudest plaudits when
he broke up Teheran’s no-no in the
seventh inning with a double. “We
have to forget about this series.”
That is really the only remedy
that makes sense, actually. The
way things are with the Mets
right now, selective amnesia really isn’t such a terrible thing.
mvaccaro@nypost.com
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Falling all over
As Mets fans freaked out and
the organization waited on
pins and needles for the MRI
exam results for its ace’s barking right elbow, Jacob deGrom
insisted he was calm, not fearing the worst.
On Thursday morning, the
good news came as deGrom
hoped: His hyperextended elbow
had no structural damage. No
strain, even. He can prepare to
make his scheduled start Monday against the Reds after being
examined at the Hospital for
Special Surgery in Manhattan.
That sound you heard was a
huge sigh of relief coming from
Queens.
“I think I’ll be fine,” deGrom,
who reported no lingering pain
in his elbow, said before the
Mets’ 11-0 loss to the Braves at
Citi Field on Thursday afternoon.
“I feel good today. I get a day
where we get some treatment in
and we go from there. They said
there was nothing on the MRI, so
my head is pretty clear.”
Dr. Armin Tehrany, the
founder of Manhattan Orthopedic Care, said he believes because the MRI came back clean
and there are no symptoms of
recurring pain, deGrom should
be fine to pitch Monday.
“Nothing in what we’ve seen
or read so far would indicate
[he’s putting himself at risk]
based on this injury,” Tehrany
said in a phone interview.
The plan is for deGrom to play
catch Friday, throw a bullpen session Saturday and take his turn in
the rotation Monday if all goes
well. He will be closely monitored over the next few days.
“We just have to make sure
his mechanics are where they
need to be to continue to maintain his health,” manager
Mickey Callaway said. “Obviously, talking to him on a daily
basis, making sure he’s not
feeling anything.
“It felt good to be able to sit
in there and hear that news and
talk to Jacob, just knowing he’s
in a better spot than we
thought [with] him coming out
of the game [Wednesday] night
is relief.”
DeGrom, 29, suffered the injury on a swing and miss in the
third inning of Wednesday’s 7-0
loss to the Braves. He told Callaway and pitching coach Dave
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deGood news is
ace likely will
make next start
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JACOB deGROM
MRI exam results negative.
Eiland of the discomfort but
felt he could continue to pitch.
He has felt similar pain after
previous swings this season,
and it hadn’t affected his pitching. This time, he felt pain in
his biceps while on the mound
and was pulled after the fourth
inning with his ERA down to
1.87 after four shutout frames.
DeGrom said he wasn’t overly
concerned Wednesday night.
The dominant right-hander
knows what a major elbow injury feels like and where the
pain comes from — he underwent Tommy John surgery for
torn elbow ligaments in 2010 —
and this wasn’t that. He slept
fine after having the MRI exam.
“Their thought, I think, is the
biceps tried to stop the arm
from hyperextending and
maybe something in there
[got] aggravated,” deGrom
said. “I’ve been injured before.
Kind of the spot it was in. I
wasn’t as worried. So I was
like, ‘This has got to be more of
a muscle thing than a structural thing.’ I wasn’t as worried
when I was coming in, but I
was frustrated [Wednesday]
night. For something to happen
on a swing or whatever? I was
pitching well. Looking back, I
probably should have taken
[pitches] until I struck out.”
DeGrom won’t take batting
practice in the meantime, but
he didn’t say whether he would
stop swinging in games. He has
a solution for the issue.
“Don’t swing and miss,” he
joked.
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Sky’s the limit for
surging Bombers
H
OUSTON — The 2017 Yankees started
out 21-10, and we kept wondering when
the market correction would occur.
The 2018 Yankees have started out 21-10,
and we keep wondering when they’re finally
going to put it all together.
A year makes a heck of a difference, in perception if not in reality. And after the Yankees capped a sublime road trip Thursday by
executing a ninth-inning comeback to defeat
the Astros a third straight day, 6-5 at Minute
Maid Park in this rematch of last season’s
American League Championship Series,
they have every reason to think big.
“There’s always more room for growth,”
said Aaron Judge, who drove home the winning run on a force out. “We’re in a good
spot right now. Guys have stepped up when
they had to.”
Said rookie Gleyber Torres, who delivered another
huge hit and drove in
three runs: “The team is
super good right now.”
A 6-1 road swing
through Anaheim and
here and a 12-1 record in
their past 13 games notwithstanding, the
Yankees stand as the best second-place
team in baseball, residing a game behind
the Red Sox in the AL East after Boston lost
to the Rangers on Thursday night. Every
team has liabilities — the defending-champion Astros’ Achilles’ heel continues to be
their bullpen, for instance — and you still
have to question whether the Yankees’
starting rotation, especially with Jordan
Montgomery out for a while due to a
strained flexor tendon in his left elbow, will
hit a speed bump.
Man, oh man, though, do the Yankees have
talent all over their roster. Consider that the
key hits in their three-run ninth came from
rookies Torres and Miguel Andujar and
pinch-hitter Aaron Hicks, with the recently
terrible Neil Walker drawing a leadoff walk
against Astros reliever Will Harris. And that
lefty reliever Chasen Shreve picked up the
win and lowered his ERA to 0.75 by recording a pair of big outs in the bottom of the
eighth, keeping the Yankees’ deficit at two
runs.
And that Aroldis Chapman, the big-money
closer, showcased his value by escaping a firstand-second, two-out jam with a three-pitch
strikeout, each of the pitches
registering over 100 mph, of
reigning AL MVP Jose Altuve.
“What a game,” manager
Aaron Boone said. “What a series.”
Remember, last October, the
Yankees went 0-4 here, including the eliminating ALCS
Game 7, prompting one team
official to muse, “We ran out of
home games.” They didn’t
hit particularly well
against the Astros’ terrific pitching staff this
week, slashing .205/.259/
.326, yet timing those hits
appropriately,
combined
with strong pitching and
defense, gave them the 3-1
edge, which should in turn
provide a boost.
They’re soaring even
though Giancarlo Stanton followed up his twohomer, four-RBI performance
Wednesday
with a predictable 0-for-3, including two
more strikeouts, and a walk. Even
though veteran Brett Gardner clocked
an 0-for-5 to drop his slash line to a
ghastly .194/.315/.250, and Walker’s
good day (a single, walk and hit by pitch)
lifted him to a still miserable .171/.195/
.233. And even though their bullpen has
lost Tommy Kahnle and Adam Warren
to the disabled list, where top first baseman Greg Bird, too, has resided all season.
“The top players we have on this team,
the guys like G [Stanton], Gary [Sanchez]
and Didi [Gregorius], they’re going to win
us a lot of ballgames,” Judge said. “But I
think it’s guys like Andujar, guys like Gleyber, Tyler Austin coming through like he
has all season, that’s really going to put
us over the hump.”
He might be right. For sure, you don’t
look at Judge, or any of his teammates,
and contemplate when the fantasy
will end. The only limit to this
team’s fantasy scenario comes
from whatever dark places lurk in
your own mind.
Ken Davidoff
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HOUSTON — For nine innings, Aaron
Boone’s mind raced through all the things
a big league manager has to think about
and then it stopped spitting out strategic
ideas.
Standing in the third-base dugout at
Minute Maid Park on Thursday, there was
very little Boone could do about what was
unfolding in front of him. Aroldis Chapman was about to take on Jose Altuve with
the potential tying run on second and the
potential winning run on first and two
outs in the ninth, the Yankees desperately
holding the skinniest of one-run leads.
YANKEES
ASTROS
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5
By KEN DAVIDOFF
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“I think I turned to [infield coach Carlos
Mendoza] and said, ‘This is pretty good,
isn’t it?’ ” Boone said of Chapman’s tripledigit fastball against Altuve, one of the
best fastball hitters alive. “This is what
you live for. Our best against the reigning
MVP with the game on the line. Embrace
that, love it and our guys do.’’
The Yankees loved it a lot more when
Chapman blew Altuve away with three
fastballs that were clocked above the century mark to save a wild 6-5 victory that
was witnessed by 34,838.
“I wanted to be aggressive and get
ahead in the count. On the first one he
was a little late, so I decided to go with the
fastball,’’ Chapman said of three heaters
that were clocked at 100, 101 and 101 mph.
Altuve, who went 2-for-17 in the fourgame series, took the second one and
swung through the final streak of white.
Chapman’s seventh save in as many
chances sent the Yankees home having
won three of four from the defending
World Series champs who had eliminated
them from last year’s ALCS in seven
games. The win tied a bow around a 6-1
trip that opened in Anaheim with a threegame sweep.
Had it not been for Gleyber Torres’
clutch two-run single off Brad Peacock
that tied the score 5-5 in the ninth, the
Chapman-Altuve duel likely would have
never surfaced.
“If I get the opportunity to do my job I
enjoy it,’’ said Torres, who sent a 0-1 pitch
to left that scored Neil Walker and Miguel
Andujar. “If I do it, I enjoy it.’’
Aaron Judge’s ground ball that forced
Torres at second scored Aaron Hicks for a
6-5 lead.
A dozen games into his big league career, there is a lot to like about Torres,
HEATING UP: Jose Altuve takes one of three Aroldis Chapman fastballs during his
at-bat in the ninth inning that resulted in a game-ending strikeout in the Yankees’ 6-5
victory in Houston, where Giancarlo Stanton (left) and Aaron Judge celebrated the
club’s 12th win in its past 13 games.
USA TODAY Sports; AP
Yankees rally in 9th
to take series from
Series champions
who is hitting .317 (13-for-41) with five
RBIs and plays with a calmness not found
in many 21-year-olds in the big leagues.
Across the first six innings the Yankees
watched Masahiro Tanaka blank the Astros, who hadn’t scored since the fourth
inning of the first game of the series on
Monday. But the 3-0 lead they took in the
third vanished in the seventh when the
Astros scored four runs and knocked
Tanaka out. All three runners Chad Green
inherited scored and Green gave up a long
homer to Carlos Correa leading off the
eighth for a 5-3 Astros lead.
“What a game, what a series,’’ Boone
said after the Yankees’ 12th win in 13
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games raised their record to 21-10. “It
looked like we were rolling along there
and to their credit they answered back
and our guys never mail it in. That’s a
good day right there.’’
Matchups like Chapman-Altuve with
the game on the line and down to the final
out can’t be staged. It’s not McEnroeBorg. Nor is it Ali-Frazier. So when they
surface, even in the early days of May,
they provide a moment that is unique.
“I feel pretty good right now. I feel
healthy and have a lot of confidence,’’
Chapman said. “The pitches are there.’’
Thursday the pitches were where Chapman wanted them to the point where the
best hitter in the American League had no
chance.
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HOUSTON — It took Gleyber Torres
just over two weeks of 2018 minor league
games to work his way into the bigs. It has
required even less time for the rookie to
make himself feel like an essential Yankee.
In arguably the Yankees’ biggest win of
the season, a 6-5 thriller over the Astros
on Thursday at Minute Maid Park, Torres
delivered a game-tying, two-run, ninth-inning single after contributing a sacrifice
fly earlier. He owns a fantastic .317/.356/
.390 slash line and is playing great defense
at second base to boot.
“I don’t think he’s 21, man,” a smiling
Aaron Judge said of his new teammate.
“The way he plays, the way he handles
himself and makes adjustments … you
don’t see that often in a young guy.”
“If I get an opportunity to try to help my
team, I enjoy it,” Torres said. “If I do my
job, I enjoy it more.”
The Yankees are now 11-1 since Torres
joined the team on April 22. They finished
a 6-1 road trip and a 3-1 series against the
defending-champion Astros in large part
thanks to Torres.
The score stood at 5-3, in the home
team’s favor, when Torres stepped up to
the plate against Houston reliever Brad
Peacock with no outs and the bases
loaded in the ninth.
Peacock, fresh in the game to relieve
Will Harris, offered Torres a high, 0-and-1
slider. Torres stroked it to left field, where
it landed in front of Derek Fisher, and
Miguel Andujar and Neil Walker scored
from second and third base, respectively,
to knot the game at 5-5.
Torres, upon getting his big hit, raised
his arms and pointed to his teammates.
“It’s what I expected,” Aaron Boone said
of his newest prized player. “Poise, he’s
got that in spades. He’s beyond his years.
He plays with a confidence and maturity. I
feel great about him in that spot.”
The Yankees feel great about their top
prospect in nearly any spot, and that Aroldis Chapman — the man who brought
back Torres in that memorable 2016 trade
with the Cubs, only to return to the Yankees that subsequent offseason — saved
the victory had to make it sweeter for everyone involved.
“I feel good,” Torres said, and his presence has made the Yankees feel ecstatic.
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Torres gets
big knock in
comeback
By GEORGE A. KING III
New York Post, Friday, May 4, 2018
GLEYBER TORRES
Game-tying single in ninth inning.
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[
MTV GROWLS FOR ‘PANTHER’ Chadwick
“Conan,” cut down: TBS talk-show
host Conan O’Brien (inset) revealed
that his one-hour series will be a halfhour in 2018. The new format will allow
for more comedy bits in the lineup.
Boseman’s (left) blockbuster received 7 nominations for the
MTV Movie & TV Awards, which will be given out on July 18.
TV Friday
]
STORM
WARNING
Copenhagen siblings can’t
stand ‘The Rain’
By ROBERT RORKE
S
OME of the most memorable television of the last decade originated
elsewhere. Showtime’s “Homeland” was based on the Israeli series
“Prisoners of War.” “The Killing”
on AMC was adapted from the Danish crime drama “Forbrydelsen.” Another
crime series, FX’s “The Bridge,” was adapted
from a Danish-Swedish show called “Broen/
Bron,” moved to the Texas-Mexico border
and featured dialogue in English and Spanish.
In each case, the original casts were largely
replaced with English-speaking actors, some
of whom — Joel Kinnaman of “The Killing”
and Diane Kruger and Demian Bichir of “The
Bridge” — were born in foreign countries.
With Netflix’s current global expansion,
viewers can now see programs in Spanish
(“Narcos”), German (“Babylon Berlin”) and
French (“Call My Agent”), all with subtitles.
On Friday, the streaming service will debut
its first original Danish-language series, “The
Rain.” The survival drama, created by Jannik
Tai Mosholt and Christian Potalivo, presents
a world where two siblings, survivors of a
disaster where falling rain wiped out the
population, spend six years inside a bunker
before exploring what remains of the world.
Inspired by “Lord of the Flies” and HBO’s
series “The Leftovers,” the creators wanted
to write a show that asked the question,
“What would our well-structured society
SERIES
PREMIERE
“The Rain”
Available Friday
on Netflix
look like if we
took all of civilization away?”
“It would be
nice to see nature
striking back and
humanity losing
control,” Mosholt
says.
Simone (Alba
August) and
Rasmus (Lucas
Lynggaard Tønnesen) are very
young when they
are moved to the bunker by their scientist
father just before the rain comes. They end up
living there alone.
“We wanted to see the world through the
eyes of the kids,” says Potalivo. “We wanted
to see them in the moment when they realize
they have nothing to mirror themselves on.
Rasmus in his mind is a child when he gets
out. Simone’s become a mother to her brother
but there are so many things she’s never had
the chance to do. Is that still possible to do in
Above: Lucas
Lyndggaard
Ly
Tǿnnesen (left) and
Alba August explore a
devastated world in
“The Rain.” Inset: Alba
in the family
bunker.
audiences they are excited to create one in
their world?”
“We wanted
their own language and share their culture on
to capture the
a new platform.
energy of being
“If we wanted to do something for a global
young,” Mosholt
audience, we had to hope the Americans
says. “Even
would remake the stuff we had,” Potalivo
though the
says. “Then it would no longer be ours. It’s
world has colexciting if this is the way things are going.
lapsed you want
People from all around the world can see stuff
to enjoy yourself
from other countries.”
and find hope.”
Partly filmed
on location
outside Copenhagen, Potalivo and Mosholt
say the countryside still has enough
“leftover bunkers” from World War II
to facilitate authenticity.
“When we were doing research,
we found a huge Cold War bunker
in southern Denmark. It was amazingly big, like being in an alien
movie,” Mosholt says.
After years of watching Danish
Roseanne Barr resurrected her ABC
series being adapted for American
comedy with great success. Now
Deadline Hollywood reports that Tim
Allen (above) is in talks to revive his
PAYING THE PRICE In this image from Season 2 of Netflix’s controversial hit “13 Reasons
sitcom “Last Man Standing,” which
Why,” it appears that Bryce Walker (Justin Prentice, near left), the Season 1 rapist who was one
ABC canceled in 2017, but on
of the principal reasons why Hannah Baker committed suicide, is facing consequences for his
another network: Fox.
actions as he tussels with Liberty High school guidance counselor Kevin Porter (Derek Luke,
far left). This year, Netflix is including a video before each episode encouraging viewers to visit
the site 13ReasonsWhy.info for additional resources on suicide.
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