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 »
The 2014 FIBA World Basketball Cup will have five countries from Latin American that will be partici...
Bronx, NY - On Tuesday, Latino Sports photographer Daniel Budasoff was at Yankee Stadium as the New ...
Brooklyn, NY - On Tuesday night, 7,230 congregated to MCU Park, home of the Brooklyn Cyclones for th...
GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Contesting their first-ever match in CONCACAF Champions League (CCL), the Portl...
Yesterday August 18th was the anniversary of what would have been Roberto Clemente’s 80th birthday. ...
NEW YORK, NY – Latino Sports photographer Daniel Budasoff recently made a trip to Chicago, Illinois so he can cover the Chicago Cubs from Wrigley Field. Despite the Cubs 6-2 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers, Daniel enjoyed his experience. Here’s some of the photos he took, enjoy. Read More »
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 »
Flushing, NY - Excellent pitching and timely hitting along with the ability to draw walks gave the Mets their second consecutive victory over the Chicago Cubs at Citi Field. Interestingly, the Mets won both games with only the need for four hits in each. The Mets needed only two multi-run innings on Saturday to accumulate seven runs for the 7-3 ... Read More »
When something goes well, sometimes you need to repeat it. That is exactly what will take place tomorrow at Orchard Beach in the Bronx when the Retire 21 Campaign volunteers will return to once again collect petitions to help retire Roberto Clemente’s #21 from Major League Baseball. Last week the Retire 21 Campaign volunteers had teamed up with the Harlem ... Read More »
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 »
Brooklyn, NY - With the Brooklyn Cyclones on the road, the wrestling organization, Ring Of Honor (ROH) invaded MCU Park. Titled Field of Honor, wrestling fans were treated to an evening of fun and action-packed professional wrestling. From the wrestlers to the fans, the chilly atmosphere at MCU Park was filled with chants/insults towards and against both the wrestlers and the fans. That ... Read More »
Flushing, NY - On Friday night, the New York Mets defeated the Chicago Cubs 3-2. The wrap around weekend series between the Mets and the Cubs at Citi Field provides a look into the future possibilities for both clubs. With one-quarter of the 2014 regular season remaining, both teams have been eliminated from any realistic chance of reaching the playoffs. ... Read More »
DETROIT - Detroit-based photographer Lisa Luevanos is a Detroit Tigers fans. On Wednesday, August 13, Lisa covered the Tigers 8-4 win over the Pittsburgh Pirates. Enjoy the photos she took from Comerica Park. About Lisa Luevanos Born and raised in Southwest Detroit, Lisa was introduced to the art of the photography by her mother, Mary Puente Luevanos, a noted artist in her ... Read More »
NEW YORK – Derek Jeter played in his 14th All-Star Game this season. There won’t be another. The 40-year-old captain of the New York Yankees says he’ll retire at the end of the season and isn’t likely to reconsider — whether the team rebounds over the next six weeks or settles into the depths of the American League East. Like ... Read More »