New York Giant Head Coach Tom Coughlin throws out the first pitch prior to the start of the game between the New York Yankees and the Chicago White Sox at Yankee Stadium on June 30, 2012 in the Bronx borough of New York City. Yankees defeated White Sox 4-0. (Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images)
Good morning, New York Giants fans! A quick notebook for you today.
Giants hopeful Will Hill has new perspective on life and football | NJ.com
"I know I made mistakes and I had to learn from my mistakes and that’s what the year off did. I had to sit back, think and become a better young person," Hill said. "It’s been a hard time. Many nights crying, many nights just wondering, ‘When is this going to happen?’
"But people were like, ‘Will, you’re a good athlete. Become a better person and everything will happen.’ "
Valentine's View: This is a tremendous piece on Hill from Mike Garafolo. Take the time to read it this morning.
Coughlin relieved he didn't bounce pitch - Yankees Blog - ESPN New York
Tom Coughlin may not have thrown a strike to Russell Martin, but the two-time Super Bowl champion coach of the New York Giants was relieved he didn't bounce the first pitch prior to Saturday's Yankees-White Sox game at the Stadium.
"It wasn't in the dirt," said Coughlin, who was asked to throw out the first pitch by his alma mater as part of Syracuse University day. "It was probably high and inside, but it was close enough. I might have gotten the call."