No spread on page 1 of today's New York Times. With the Yankees capturing their 40th pennant, one would think that the Gray Lady would give up a little space (and a lot of love) for the damn Yankees. But last night's victory earned no front page love.
Is the New York Times that out of touch? Can this be one reason why fewer people are reading the dead-tree-medium?
Or is because the New York Times thinks of itself as bigger than New York?
It's a shame that notorious globalism has shunted aside notorious localism. New Yorkers have something to cheer; you would think this would be a big deal!