Wednesday , 27 August 2014

Strasburg, Nationals Complete Sweep of Mets

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FLUSHING, NY - The Washington Nationals completed their sweep of the Mets with a 4-1 win on Thursday night. Washington has won all six games they have played at Citi Field this year and their last 11 overall. The Mets now trail first-place Washington by 10 1/2 games in the National League East. Mets Manager Terry Collins said of the Nationals’ success ... Read More »

Nets Schedule Released… When Does Kidd Come In?

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BROOKLYN, NY - One difference on this schedule release night compared to the prior two for Brooklyn Nets supporters is looking to see when the Milwaukee Bucks come in. It’s not because they want to see the second pick in this year’s Draft, Jabari Parker, but to see their coach, Jason Kidd, and likely boo him. The most shocking story ... Read More »

Sports Beat: 2014 Fall TV Preview

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QUEENS, NY - When we were growing up the changing of the seasons from summer to fall meant two things: (a) the start of a new school year and (b) the time when the various television networks launched their new primetime programs. The television landscape has become far more complicated over the last generation with the proliferation of cable television networks, ... Read More »

Nationals Defeat Mets For 9th Consecutive Time at Citi Field

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Flushing, NY - The Washington Nationals have adopted Citi Field as their home away from home. Washington’s 7-1 win over the Mets was their ninth straight victory in Flushing. The Nationals have not lost a game at the Mets “home” park since June 29, 2013. On Monday night, Washington starter Doug Fister exhibited his mastery over the New Yorkers. Fister ... Read More »

Led by UConn Alum Taurasi, Mercury Run by Liberty

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NEW YORK, NY - The New York Liberty suffered a tough 76-64 loss to Phoenix Mercury, who have the best record in the WNBA at 27-4, on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. The Liberty hung in early, trailing just 25-20 at the end of the first quarter. They cut Phoenix’s lead to three, at 33-30, on an Essence Carson jumper with 3:31 left ... Read More »

Hundreds Support Retire 21 Campaign

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This past Sunday August 10th, 2014 the Retire 21 campaign received a huge bump up when close to a thousand spectators danced and enjoyed a Salsa concert to the sounds of the classic orchestra, Tipica 73 with a message: It’s Time To Retire Roberto Clemente’s #21. The concert took place at the main stage of the Bronx Riviera, Orchard Beach. ... Read More »

Bronx Native Produces First Yankee Animated Film

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Bronx, NY - Anyone who knows Ray Negron, the Community Relations consultant of the New York Yankees would not be surprised that the motion picture he is so integrally involved in concerns baseball, the New York Yankees and children. The uplifting film is one that will appeal to both young and old. The film, “Henry & Me”, centers on a young ... Read More »

Thoughts of Dave Zirin’s Book: Brazil’s Dance With The Devil

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New York, NY - One the best things about a World Cup year are the books. The matches were fantastic but it’s the books that best illuminate the both the social, political, economic, spiritual and military history and journey leading up to the the beautiful game’s most coveted tournament. Whether you’re the player who’s representing your country or the fan who will witness ... Read More »

Golf: Get Ready for the 2014 Barclays

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By Lloyd Carroll & Jason Schott New York, NY - It used to be that the completion of golf’s four majors meant the end of interest in golf for the year. With the implementation of the PGA Tour’s playoff system, the FedEx Cup, that is certainly no longer the case. The first leg of that playoff series, the Barclays, which marks the PGA ... Read More »

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