Jimmy Hascup

Staff Writer

Jimmy Hascup is a contributor to SB Nation New York. A graduate of American University, Hascup has interned at FanHouse and Baseball Prospectus. He's also contributed to Rotoprofessor.com and SNYRangersblog.com. You can follow Jimmy on twitter at: twitter.com/jhascup22.


Trading R.A. Dickey is the right move for Mets


New York is still a ways away from contending and a way for them to speed up the rebuild process is jettisoning ace knuckleballer R.A. Dickey this offseason.

CBA talks will continue for fourth straight day


The fact that negotiations will resume and neither side has released much information is a good sign that negotiations are serious.

Owners, players will finally meet again Tuesday


There's a sliver of optimism as the league has reportedly made concessions on its make-whole provision.

New York Mets' free agency preview


Free agency is typically a time when teams use money to patch up their biggest holes. The problem for the New York Mets, though, is that they have an assortment of areas to address, with a very...

New York Mets free agency: Who to keep, let go

The end of the World Series means the beginning of free agency, but for the New York Mets, that's likely not going to equate to much. General manager Sandy Alderson has already indicated that the...

What is David Wright worth?

The deal Nationals third baseman Ryan Zimmerman signed last spring could offer some insight as to what David Wright is valued at on the open market. NY Post's Joel Sherman says it could amount to...

More NHL games lost, more frustration builds


The NHL on Friday canceled games through Nov. 30. The two sides don't have any meetings scheduled and it looks as if this lockout could get uglier before it gets any better.

Rasheed Wallace profile: Can veteran still play?


What does Rasheed Wallace bring to the table after two years away from the NBA? No one really knows for sure.

Time is running out on saving full NHL season


With no talks scheduled and a league-imposed Oct. 25 deadline to save the full season, it's looking likely that at a minimum there will be a shortened campaign, if there's one at all.

Marcus Camby brings defense, rebounding to Knicks

Marcus Camby is back with the Knicks for a second time, and his game really hasn't changed. He is still all about defense and rebounding.

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