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Yanks Defeat The Blue Jays 5-3 [Photos]

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Bronx, NY - On Friday night, Latino Sports photographer Bill Menzel was at Yankee Stadium covering the Yankees 5-3 win over the Toronto Blue Jays. For a full recap of the game, read Howard Goldin’s article by clicking here. NEW YORK YANKEES NOTES The Yankees are closing their regular season by playing 21 games in 20 days from 9/9-28 (are 6-6 thus far)…have ... Read More »

Mets And Marlins Pitchers In Opposite Directions

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Flushing, NY - On one side for the New York Mets at Citi Field Wednesday night was their struggling right-hande Dillon Gee.  And for the Miami Marlins there is right-hander Henderson Alvarez who opposed New York for the sixth time this season and got his third win against them this season. Two pitchers going in opposite directions in the final games ... Read More »

Dan Schlossberg’s Midweek Report: A-Named Players Get A-Plus Grades

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HUNTSVILLE, AL – Though reporting tonight from the birthplace of Braves closer Craig Kimbrel, there’s little doubt that two players whose surnames start the alphabet are weaving terrific individual tales. Jose Altuve, the diminutive second baseman of the Houston Astros, is not only going to win the American League batting crown but also has broken the club hits record held ... Read More »

A Night For Wilmer Flores And The Mets

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Flushing, NY - Yes, it is September and a time when the New York Mets are putting a plan together to be in contention this time next season. One of the priorities is to determine who will be starting at shortstop a year from now and Wilmer Flores may be the answer. Flores has been getting the starts at short ... Read More »

Carlos Beltrán: A Star on the Field and a Humanitarian in Life

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NEW YORK - Every September MLB presents the Roberto Clemente Award to a player whose on and off the field conduct and contributions live up to the humanitarian reputation of the Hall of Fame individual who the award is named for. The most recent and very well-deserved recipient of the award last season was Carlos Beltrán. The honor was especially meaningful ... Read More »

Mets Lose 6-5 On Jacob deGrom Strikeout Record Evening

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Flushing, NY - On Monday night, the Mets and Marlins began a three game set at Citi Field that will have bearing on which of the two clubs will finish in third place in the National League East. The Mets trailed Miami by one game when the series started. Both managers started young and talented hurlers, who have promising futures ... Read More »

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