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Red Bulls Trample The Houston Dynamo In A Dominating 4-0 Home Win

(Credit: Rob Tringali/New York Red Bulls)

Harrison, NJ (Featured Image: Rob Tringali/New York Red Bulls) - For a second consecutive week, the New York Red Bulls won on a weekday at Red Bull Arena. Last week, New York defeated the Philadelphia Union 2-1. With back-to-back home wins, the Red Bulls extend their MLS regular home unbeaten streak to 13 (9-0-4). On Wednesday night, they trampled the visiting Houston ... Read More »

Wrigley Field 100th Anniversary Celebrated

CHICAGO - JANUARY 16:  Wrigley Field, home of the Chicago Cubs baseball team, who is celebrating 100 Years in baseball in Chicago, Illinois on JANUARY 16, 2014.  (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images)

With a five run ninth inning, the Kansas City Packers defeated the Chicago Whales, 7-5, at Wrigley Field on Wednesday afternoon, April 23. Who? The names don’t sound familiar. It was not a Little League game, not a minor league game, not even a soccer game. It was a regular season National League contest. The Chicago Cubs were wearing the ... Read More »

A Case for Bernie Williams

Bernie Williams

Ever since we published the article on the Yankee opening day when Derek Jeter, Jorge Posada, Andy Pettitte and Mariano Rivera (Yankee Core) were part of the opening day ceremonies by throwing out the ceremonial first pitch we have received a number of comments asking about Bernie Williams and his exclusion from the Yankee Core. Why was Bernie Williams not ... Read More »

Angels vs. Tigers: Albert Pujols Tribute

Image Credit: Lisa Luevanos

NEW YORK - On Tuesday, Alberto Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels became the 26th player and third-youngest to hit 500 home runs. Against the Washington Nationals, Pujols led his team to a 7-2 win with his 5 RBI and two-home run performance. On Easter Sunday, April 20, Detroit-based photographer Lisa Luevanos covered the Tigers 2-1 win over the Angels at Comerica Park. For that game, ... Read More »

Mejia, Defense, And Bullpen Shutout The Cardinals

Image Credit: Dan Budasoff

NEW YORK – If the New York Mets can get the good pitching, timely hit, defense and bullpen support as they did Monday night against the St. Louis Cardinals they can be tough to beat. Jenry Mejia with command on the fastball, cutter and slider could not be touched and paved the way for the Mets 2-0 opening series win ... Read More »

Sports Beat: Mets No Longer Like Ike


NEW YORK - It seemed to take forever but Mets general manager Sandy Alderson finally traded first baseman Ike Davis to the Pittsburgh Pirates. I asked Alderson at a hastily arranged press conference in the box of the Citi Field press conference following the trade whether he was able to get maximum value for Ike considering that the Pirates knew (a) ... Read More »

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