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Yankees Fall 7-4 To The Astros [Photos]

Image Credit: Daniel Budasoff

Bronx, NY - On Tuesday, Latino Sports photographer Daniel Budasoff was at Yankee Stadium as the New York Yankee fell 7-4 to the Houston Astros. Overall, the Bronx Bombers have lost six out of their last eight games and are 11-7 at home since the MLB All-Star break. New York Yankees Notes LHP Chris Capuano (5.1IP, 8H, 4ER, 2BB, 8K) did ... Read More »

NYPL All-Star Game End In 1-1 Draw

Image Credit: Cesar Diaz

Brooklyn, NY - On Tuesday night, 7,230 congregated to MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones for the 10th annual New York-Penn League (NYPL) All-Star Game. While neither the North All-Stars and South All-Stars were able to elk out a win, Wednesday night’s 1-1 result combined with the weather, the smell of the food, the laughter of children with their families ... Read More »

Dan Schlossberg’s Midweek Report: What new Baseball czar must do


NEW YORK — Just days after his appointment, Commissioner-in-waiting Rob Manfred is receiving tons of unsolicited advice. Some writers are telling him to dump the DH while others are asking that he make it universal. Late-starting, long-running games, changes to the All-Star Game and postseason play, and even the dreaded salary cap are all back in the conversation. Everyone has ... Read More »

Happy Birthday Roberto Clemente

All Star Roberto Clemente 1965

Yesterday August 18th was the anniversary of what would have been Roberto Clemente’s 80th birthday. I happen to be here in Puerto Rico and the sad reality is that very few people, in fact no one that I spoke with knew that it was Clemente’s Birthday. I also did not hear anything on any radio program, or in any of ... Read More »

Puerto Rico Lost Heart Breaker To South Korea


Pennsylvania:  Puerto Rico Lost 8-5 in the Little League World Series to South Korea. Puerto Rico was winning until the sixth and last inning when South Korea broke open and scored three  runs and go ahead in the score. Puerto Rico went into the last inning tied 5-5, in the score. South Korea batting in the top of the sixth ... Read More »

Home Run by Starlin Castro Gives Cubs a 2-1 Win over Mets

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

Flushing, NY - The third game of the four game series between the New York Mets and the Chicago Cubs on Sunday afternoon was a true pitching duel between starting pitchers Jose Arrieta of the Cubs and Rafael Montero of the Mets. Both right-handers pitched effectively deep into the game. They exited from the contest in the eighth inning. Arrieta ... Read More »

Sports Beat: Terry’s Temper Tested

Collins-April 1, 2013DBa

Queens, NY - Terry Collins was known for being a fiery guy who alienated many of the players he managed during his stints with the Houston Astros and the Anaheim Angels and that’s why many observers were surprised when the Mets hired him to be the team’s skipper four years ago. It turns out that Collins has surprised nearly everyone with ... Read More »

Boricua Phenom, Javier Báez Quite Possibly May be the Answer for the Mets in 2015

Image Credit: Danny Torres

FLUSHING, NY – In 1955, a boyish, unorthodox player named Roberto Clemente stepped into a major league batter’s box for the very first time. Against Johnny Podres, a left-handed pitcher for the Brooklyn Dodgers, Clemente singled in his first at-bat and as the old saying goes, “The rest is history.” But, let’s carefully look at Clemente’s numbers during his rookie ... Read More »

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