So far, the NYC station 120 miles away blew right thru. Let me see other tomorrow.
Hearing a 50 gallon station out of NYC during the day is good. I'm assuming that WFAN @ 660 is the one you want for sports, and last I heard WABC @ 770 and WCBS @ 880 were still big signal operations. But, out here in the flatlands, it's no big whoop to copy Dallas during the day over 200 miles away. Used to be a truly amazing signal from Decatur, TX on 105.7 FM that I could routinely copy in the summer. Not talking Sporadic-E, just a typical hot & humid morning. Good 230 air miles or better.
Anyway, at night your best DX will probably be WWL in New Orleans @ 870. Heuuuuuuuge signal that you should hear most nights. WBZ @ 1030 in Boston used to be a favorite of mine, WWKB @ 1520 in Buffalo used to be WKBW and a landmark on the dial, then there was the big three out of Chicago @ 680, 720 and 890. If you're a total BCB Stud you'll copy KFAB in Omaha @ 1110 or KMOX in St. Louis on 1120. If you're really lucky you might... Might... Get a grip on WOAI in San Antonio on 1200. That would be tough copy for you thanks to WPHT just 10 kc's up, but it's a big signal in the Midwest.
The two stations you'll probably never hear but are your best bet for rare DX from the west are KOA in Denver @ 850 and KSL in SLC @ 1160. I've heard KFI in LA twice, so Denver might be possible for you. At least you and Denver are on the same side of the continental divide.
BTW: Every once in a great while I can hear WPHT. Did it once on a car radio just before sunset on a really short day in December.....
Delco be Da'Bomb.