Tuesday , 30 September 2014

The Baseball Gods Must Be With Derek Jeter

Image Credit: Bill Menzel

Boston - Derek Jeter must have some direct connection to all the positive forces of nature because everything about him is like a Hollywood ending. Since his rookie season 20 years ago Derek has had many dramatic moments too numerous to mention for this article so I will just mention these few. Remember all the commotion for his 3000th hit, July 9th, ... Read More »

Mets Final Win Leads To Next Season’s Optimism

East side, West side, everybody's coming down,

Flushing, NY – They packed their bags and were ready to go home. At Citi Field Sunday afternoon the New York Mets completed a 79-83 season of progress and promise as they go into 2015. And the best way to do it was with a win and finishing the month of September with 15 wins, a second place tie in ... Read More »

Houston’s Altuve Wins Batting Title


Flushing, NY -  Jose Altuve at first was not in the Houston Astros lineup Sunday afternoon at Citi Field in the season finale with the New York Mets. And then he was. It became a controversial item on social media because Altuve was in a tight battle with Victor Martinez of the Detroit Tigers for the American League batting title with a ... Read More »

Sports Beat: Stuck in the 70s

Image Credit: Daniel Budasoff

Queens - Being a baby boomer, I admit that I have an affinity for the Seventies. Sure, it’s easy now to make fun of the clothing and knickknacks as the lava lamp and smiley face stickers but they were stylish back in the day anyway. I confess that I try not to miss Sirius XM 7’s Saturday noon replays of the ... Read More »

Bobby Abreu: Another Baseball Great Retires

Bobby Abreu

Flushing, NY - September 28 was the final day of the regular season. For most baseball fans, the end of each season is a sad day. There are no games to attend in this country, but the sport is a constant topic of discussion during the long months of fall and winter. Sunday, this year, was the final day in the ... Read More »

Kellogg Surveys Latino Baseball Fans

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New York, NY - To show just how far fans will go to “Never Miss a Game,” Kellogg recently surveyed more than 1,000 baseball fans across America*. Results show that the passion for America’s Pastime runs deep, shapes priorities and even leads to some interesting behaviors. Read More »

Mets Blast Astros On Walk-Off Home Run


Flushing, NY - A larger than usual crowd of 34,886 attended the penultimate game of the 2014 season at Citi Field on Saturday night between the Mets and the Houston Astros. Many of the younger people in attendance were present to watch the post-game concert starring teenage heartthrob Austin Mahone. Whether Mets fans, baseball fans in general or concert goers, ... Read More »

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