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Throwback Thursday: When Two Yankees Decided to Trade Families

Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson in the Yankees' locker room on September 17, 1971.  [Photo via Larry Morris/The New York Times]
Mike Kekich and Fritz Peterson in the Yankees’ locker room on September 17, 1971. [Photo via Larry Morris/The New York Times]

One of the oddest announcements to ever be made happened at the Yankees’ Spring Training camp 42 years ago this month.

Yankees pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich called a press conference to announce that they were…switching wives.

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The New York Jets are Close to Being Relevant (Kind of)

AP Photo/Bill Kostroun
The New York Jets are close to being relevant again in the NFL, after years of misery. [Photo via AP Photo/Bill Kostroun

So, the New York Jets just landed (haha, get it?) wide receiver Brandon Marshall in a trade with the Chicago Bears.

Marshall is a great talent, and he makes the Jets a whole lot better. He gives the team a true number one receiver.

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The Day the NBA Went Absolutely Nuts: Trade Deadline Day 2015

The NBA exploded at the trade deadline with eleven trades going through just before 3:00PM EST. [Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration / Nevada Site Office]

If you’re reading this, it’s too late.

The NBA Trade Deadline passed at 3:00PM EST on Thursday afternoon, and everyone is still trying to make sense of what just happened.

The NBA went absolutely nuts and erupted into eleven last minute-trades just as time was expiring. Imagine a regular NBA night where every game ends in a buzzer beater. That’s a pretty decent way to describe what happened.