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On The Road Again: Albuquerque

Image Credit: Albuquerque Isotopes

Albuquerque - It’s rare that civic officials are thrilled to have their city portrayed as a headquarters for a narcotics manufacturing operation, even a fictitious one, but Albuquerque tourism executives were grateful that the recently concluded popular AMC series, “Breaking Bad,” was filmed in New Mexico’s largest city. There are even bus tours that will take you to locales where the ... Read More »

Bartolo Colón and the Mets Trounce the Phillies 7-1 in a Not So Brotherly Love Fashion

Image Credit: Cesar Diaz

FLUSHING, NY – Surely if there were nostalgic Met fans who grew up during the 1970’s (this writer happens to be one of those fortunate ones) who can recall the late talented Puerto Rican comedian, Freddie Prinze’s customary catch phrase, ‘Looking Good,’ I’m certain those two words popped into their minds after the Mets defeated the Phillies 7-1. After a ... Read More »

2014 Baseball Hall Of Fame Induction [Photos]

Image Credit: George Napolitano

New York, NY - This weekend our Baseball Editor Dan Schlossberg and Legendary Pro Wrestling Photographer George Napolitano covered the 2014 Baseball Hall of Fame for Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa, Tom Glavine, Frank Thomas, Greg Maddux and Joe Torre were inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday. Without a shadow of a doubt, the class of 2014 will ... Read More »

Sports Beat: Neither A Buyer Nor Seller Be


NEW YORK – July 31 is the Major League Baseball trade deadline. This generally has been the week on the baseball calendar when contending teams try to acquire a veteran player that they believe will help them win a World Series by trading highly regarded prospect or two to a team whose season pretty much ended long ago. The down-on-the-luck ... Read More »

Friday Night Fireworks: Cyclones Fall 5-2 To The Lake Monsters [Photos]

Image Credit: Jeremí Pérez Artiga

Brooklyn, NY - Photographer  Jeremí Pérez Artiga on hand to cover Friday night’s Brooklyn Cyclones 5-2 loss to the Oakland A’s affiliate team, the Vermont Lake Monsters. Despite the loss, Italian Heritage Night at MCU Park was a success as the 4,942 fans were treated to a fun evening of baseball and fireworks. While a win would have pulled the Cyclones within one game ... Read More »

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