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 »
Bronx, New York - The first game of the final series at Yankee Stadium began auspiciously for the ho...
Bronx, NY - Although the size of the crowd, 35,614, on a cool Monday evening was not as the large as...
Bronx, NY - On Sunday afternoon, Latino Sports photographer Bill Menzel was at Yankee Stadium coveri...
Bronx, NY (Image Credit: Bill Menzel) - As MLB nears the end of regular season play, the interest in...
Queens, NY - Last week baseball commissioner Bud Selig made his final visit to Citi Field before he ...
Bronx, NY - Although the door is almost closed to the Yankees walking into the post-season, winning the last three contests has technically kept their chances alive. They are 4.5 games out of the second Wild Card spot with nine games remaining. Most fans believe the 2014 season of the Yankees will end on September 28 and their interest is ... Read More »
Bronx, NY - If you like boxing and you like Latin music you will be in for treat tomorrow in the Condado De La Salsa, The Bronx. TKOs and Timbales: The Intersection of Boxing and Music Saturday, September 20 | 1 – 8pm In partnership with El Maestro, Inc. All events will take place at: BMHC Lab | 1303 Louis Niñé ... Read More »
Bronx, NY – For the eighth consecutive game, the Yankees on Wednesday night did not score more than three runs. Their much discussed lack of hitting did not prevent them from defeating the Toronto Blue Jays in the first game of the Yankees final homestand of the 2014 season. The win was an exciting surprise for the 34,729 fans present. ... Read More »
New York, NY – Today, at an event in New York City, Major League Soccer unveiled its new brand identity and MLS Crest. A seminal moment in League history, the announcement caps off a near two year journey that has seen MLS scale new heights in its goal of becoming one of the world’s elite sports leagues by 2022. “We have ... Read More »
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 »
Bronx, NY - The soccer stadium project proposed early in the year for the new Manchester City Football Club’s home in the South Bronx became an instant hot topic in the community that had leaders and activist talking and acting. It might have been January, but the meetings and conversations taking place in the community around the proposed soccer stadium were ... Read More »
Flushing, NY - On Monday night, a most recognizable former Met, Ed Kranepool, was seated in front of the Citi Field Rotunda. He was greeting fans in a most pleasant manner and signing eagerly desired autographs. The former first sacker, who joined the Mets in 1962 at the age of 17, was not at the ballpark to earn a big paycheck, ... Read More »
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 »
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 »