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Potential Infield Future For The Mets


Flushing, NY -  A certainty about the New York Mets is their young pitching and how they are such valuable commodities that are a part of this rebuilding plan to contention. Sunday at Citi Field a new infield for the future may have emerged in the Mets 6-5 series finale win over the Philadelphia Phillies. Wilmer Flores has been getting ... Read More »

Loss to Mets Drop Phillies Deeper in the Cellar


Flushing, NY- The 6-5 loss to the Mets on Sunday afternoon dropped the Philadelphia Phillies deeper in last place in the National League East. They now trail the Mets by 1.5 games. The season series between the two clubs ended on Sunday to the relief of the Phillies, who only won 6 of the 19 games this year. The Phillies ... Read More »

This Time Again For Mets And Phillies To Look At Next Year

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

Flushing, NY - Marlon Byrd of the Philadelphia Phillies hit his 25th home run of the season off New York Mets starter Bartolo Colon Saturday evening in the fifth inning at Citi Field. There was no significance in the game as both teams are playing and planning for next year. The signifance as to where Colon and Byrd fit in the ... Read More »

Detroit Tigers Honor Yankees Derek Jeter [Photos]

Image Credit: Lisa Luevanos

DETROIT - Detroit-based photographer Lisa Luevanos is a Detroit Tigers fans. On Wednesday, August 27, Lisa covered the Tigers 8-4 loss over the New York Yankees. Prior to the game, the Detroit Tigers honored Yankees shortstop and Michigan native Derek Jeter in a special pre-game on-field ceremony. Enjoy the photos she took from Comerica Park. About Lisa Luevanos Born and raised in Southwest Detroit, ... Read More »

Latino Players Leading In MLB Offensive Categories


Bronx, NY - As we enter the last week of August, with just over thirty games to be held for each team, one fact should not be overlooked in relation to the performance of several Latino stars in Major League Baseball, but especially in the American League. If things remain as they are, the three major offensive categories (average, homers and ... Read More »

Dan Schlossberg’s Midweek Report: ‘Field of Dreams’ Site Draws Baseball Lovers To Iowa


DUBUQUE, Iowa – Twenty-five years after Kevin Costner filmed “Field of Dreams” on a cornfield converted to a diamond, baseball lovers still flock to the site. Former big-league closer Tom Henke and long-time American League umpire Al Clark were among a busload of baseball lovers who journeyed across miles of farmland to see the field yesterday. Not much has changed ... Read More »

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