Queens, NY - Café Rubio, an excellent Latin food bistro at 98-05 Northern Boulevard in Queens, was the site of the second Latino baseball luncheon in a week that was presented by El Mundo de las Grandes Ligas. One week earlier Dellin Betances, Jose Ramirez and Tony Peña were saluted at Hola España in the Bronx. As the scene shifted to ... Read More »
New York, NY - Congratulations to Puerto Rico’s own Charlie Montoyo as he became the Durham Bu...
Bronx, NY - The many on-the-field accomplishments of New York Yankee rookie Dellin Betances has earn...
Bronx, NY - While Yankee Stadium, the iconic ballpark on 161st Street is the showplace of the commun...
Bronx, NY - This past weekend, Latino Sports photographer Daniel Budasoff was at Yankee Stadium cove...
Bronx, NY - The Yanks won their third straight over the Cincinnati Reds in an exciting manner as the...
The 2014 National League East title chase suggests the Little League game where a batter hits a Texas Leaguer, five players converge, but the ball falls because everyone says, “You take it.” Does anybody really want the title that the Atlanta Braves won by 10 games last year? On the eve of the All-Star break, nobody has yet to make ... Read More »
New York, NY - While Tuesday’s FIFA World Cup semifinal match concluded in a 7-1 high-scoring win for Germany, Wednesday’s Argentina and Netherlands semifinal match was a tight low-scoring affair. After 120 minutes of soccer whether neither side scored a goal they went into penalties. For the Oranje, this was their second straight match where it came down to penalties. In ... Read More »
DETROIT - Detroit-based photographer Lisa Luevanos is a Detroit Tigers fan. Last weekend, Lisa covered the Tigers as they lost by a combined score of 20-8 to Tampa Bay Rays at Comerica Park. It must be noted that the Tigers won the first game of their series 8-1. With that said, here’s some of the photos she took last weekend. About ... Read More »
Flushing, NY - Although the Mets are still eight games behind the Atlanta Braves in the National League East and are eight games below the .500 mark, there is still cause for joy in Flushing. On Tuesday night, the Mets won their second straight contest in a four game series with the Braves and that night’s victory was the 4,000th for ... Read More »
NEW YORK - Mauricio Herrera has arrived and the boxing world knows. Once unheralded, he is no more after losing an interesting and majority decision to the junior welterweight champion Danny “Swift” Garcia in March, in hostile territory at the Coliseo Ruben Rodriguez in Bayamon Puerto Rico. He gave Garcia, perhaps the toughest fight in his title reign and during the ... Read More »
New York, NY - To be honest, I’m not surprised that Brazil lost to Germany in today’s World Cup semifinal match. With Neymar ruled out of the World Cup and Thiago Silva serving a one-game suspension, it was too much for Brazil to overcome. The one thing I’m surprised about is how Germany scored five goals in under 30 minutes of first ... Read More »
Brooklyn, NY - On Monday, the Brooklyn Cyclones played a doubleheader against the Hudson Valley Renegades. The Cyclones lost the first game 8-4. In the second game, the Cyclones ended the Renegades 9-game winning streak with a 3-2 win. On Tuesday, both teams met again for another doubleheader at MCU Park. In the first game, the Cyclones prevailed and defeated the ... Read More »
New York, NY - After several weeks of exciting soccer, we’re now down to the semifinals. The final four teams are two wins away from winning the 2014 FIFA World Cup. On Tuesday, Brazil will face Germany at 4pm ET. On Wednesday, Argentina will face the Netherlands. The winners of the semifinals will meet in the World Cup Final on Sunday, ... Read More »
Flushing, NY - The Mets gained one game from the National League East leading Atlanta Braves on Monday night with a walk-off single in the 11th inning by shortstop Ruben Tejada. Juan Lagares, who had doubled to begin the rally scored the winning tally. Tejada said he had “a good swing’ and made “good contact.” The first seven innings were a ... Read More »