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Mariano Rivera: A Lifesaving Loss to Remember

Mo has pitched a record 19 years with Yankees.

Image Credit: Daniel Budasoff

As “The Sandman,” rides out to the sunset along with his 652 career saves there’s one loss that Mariano Rivera achieved that’s his most important one. It happened twelve years ago in Game Seven of the World’s Series. On November 4, 2001, Arizona Diamonbacks outfielder Luis Gonzalez singled past a drawn infield as Jay Bell scored the winning run in the bottom of ... Read More »

NO AGE DISCRIMINATION AT AQUEDUCT

Garris appears not one day older than 26. (Photo by Aris/Latino Sports)

The Resorts World Casino located at Aqueduct Racetrack will hold a boxing event on Saturday December 8 with Heavyweight Vinny Maddalone, 35-8 (26 KO’S) headlining the card. Promoting the bouts are New Legend Boxing, Old World Boxing and W.O.N. Promotions. There are nine scheduled matches on the card and one of them is a history making event. Eminem’s hit rap ... Read More »

Do the Right Thing for Aaron and Maris

Melky Cabrera,,,,Photo Bill Menzel/Latino Sports

It started with Marion Jones being stripped of her Olympic medals; it continued with s Lance Armstrong’s even Tour de France titles being taken back by the International Cycling Union and it continues on the Major League Baseball level. San Francisco Giants outfielder Melky Cabrera, who led the Major Leagues with a .346 batting average, decided to forfeit the batting ... Read More »

Fan Friendly Aardsma

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Spring Training is a time of hope. You hope your team is put together in a way that they’ll be playing in the postseason for a championship. There are no guarantees. When fans come to these games they also hope for an autograph from a player.   You can almost guarantee that will happen if you stick around at games ... Read More »

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