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Photos: Masahiro Tanaka Yankee Stadium Debut

Image Credit: Bill Menzel

Bronx, NY (Featured Image: Bill Menzel) - On Wednesday night, Latino Sports Photographer Bill Menzel was at Yankee Stadium for Masahiro Tanaka Bronx debut. Despite the Yankees 5-4 loss to the Baltimore Orioles, Tanaka had a brilliant 10-strikeout performance in seven innings of work. Read More »

Learning About The 2014 MLB Diversity Business Summit

Yankee Stadium, Location: Bronx NY, Architect: Populous

New York, NY - In 2013, Major League Baseball (MLB) generated over $8 Billion in revenues. As astronomical as that numbers is, I was more interested in learning how does one become employed with one of the most powerful sports leagues in the United States. While it’s true that many leagues and their teams post their current positions on a regular ... Read More »

Photos: Cincinnati Reds 2-1 Victory Over The Mets

Image Credit: Daniel Budasoff

Flushing, NY- Outstanding pitching and timely hitting by Cincinnati Reds starter Alfredo Simon stopped the Mets from achieving a win on Sunday afternoon, thus preventing them from a series sweep in their 2-1 loss. To read the recap, click here. In the meantime, enjoy the pictures photographer Daniel Budasoff took from Citi Field. Read More »

Miguel Cabrera Career Hit No. 2,000 Is A Home Run

Image Credit: Lisa Luevanos

DETROIT (Featured Image: Lisa Luevanos) - On Friday, Miguel Cabrera hit his 2,000th career hit in a 10-4 win over the Baltimore Orioles. As a result, Cabrera is the ninth player shy of his 31st birthday to reach 2,000 hits. The others to accomplish that feat are Ty Cobb, Rogers Hornsby, Mel Ott, Hank Aaron, Joe Medwick, Jimmie Foxx, Robin Yount and Alex ... Read More »

Citi Field: The Day After Opening Day


Flushing, NY - On Monday, the Mets suffered a 9-7 home opening lost to the Washington Nationals at Citi Field. On April Fool’s Day, I had the privilege of taking a quiet stroll inside Citi Field. There is something magical about walking through an empty stadium the day after a home opener. It’s peaceful and filled with optimism for the next ... Read More »

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