Flushing, NY - Gio Gonzalez has always been a competitor and two years ago won 21 games for the Washington Nationals. The left-hander has had an off year fighting an issue with his left shoulder and after taking a loss Friday night to the New York Mets at Citi Field the record dropped to 8-10. So when Nationals manager Matt Williams ... Read More »
Bronx, NY - On Friday night, Latino Sports photographer Bill Menzel was at Yankee Stadium covering t...
Bronx, NY - Although the door is almost closed to the Yankees walking into the post-season, winning ...
Bronx, NY - If you like boxing and you like Latin music you will be in for treat tomorrow in the Con...
Bronx, NY – For the eighth consecutive game, the Yankees on Wednesday night did not score more...
New York, NY – Today, at an event in New York City, Major League Soccer unveiled its new brand ident...
Bronx, NY - On Thursday night, the emotions for players and fans of the Tampa Rays and New York Yankees ran the gamut. The third smallest crowd to attend a Yankee game in the Bronx this season (32,627) was put through an emotional roller coaster. For the first 7.1 innings of the contest, the hero was Rays’ starter Alex Cobb with ... Read More »
New York, NY - Going out on your own is never easy, whether it be as a freshman in your first dorm, or leaving your folks’ home for your first apartment. There are a number of consumer goods out there to make your life a bit easier. We are supposed to spend eight hours a day getting sleep in order to ... Read More »
FLUSHING, NY - Rafael Montero got his first major league win as the Mets beat the Rockies 2-0 at Citi Field on Wednesday night, completing the sweep. The Mets have now won seven of their last eight games, with a big four-game weekend series at Citi Field with the first-place Washington Nationals on deck. Montero was stellar, as he went 5 1/3 ... Read More »
Bronx, NY - The New York Yankees, as they do every year, have scheduled a number of activities that celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month. On Saturday, September 6, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held at Yankee Stadium to officially open the roving photo exhibit of the Latino Baseball Hall of Fame that will remain on display next to the Yankee Museum ... Read More »
HARRISON, NJ (Image Credit: Rob Tringali/New York Red Bulls) - Lloyd Sam and the Red Bulls left it late on Wednesday, but the midfielder found the game-winner in the 90th minute as New York defeated D.C. United 1-0 at Red Bull Arena. Red Bulls goalkeeper Luis Robles and the defense collected his fourth shutout of the season as well, as ... Read More »
DETROIT - Detroit-based photographer Lisa Luevanos is a Detroit Tigers fans. On Tuesday, September 9, Lisa covered the Tigers 4-2 win over the Kansas City Royals. 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 ... Read More »
New York, NY - If the 2015 World Series goes seven games, teams will still be playing on November 5. Unless they’re shoveling snow, of course. The new schedule, issued this week, contains the same problems that have undermined the integrity of both individual and team records since interleague play began. Simply put, interleague play should be reserved for the All-Star ... Read More »
NEW YORK, NY - Jim Nantz and Phil Simms are ready for their new spotlight as the voices of Thursday Night Football on CBS and the NFL Network. They spoke recently at a CBS Sports event promoting the new series, which starts this Thursday, September 11th, with the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Baltimore Ravens. My Questions for Jim Nantz On joining an ... Read More »
NEW YORK - Much of the Tuesday night post game discussion in the Bronx with New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi centered on a play at home plate in the fifth inning that did not become a run for the Yankees in their loss to Tampa Bay. A run that further diminished their slim playoff chances could also be blamed on ... Read More »