Hornets finish AAU season at 25-5

Hornets finish AAU season at 25-5

The 6th grade boys team of the Hudson River Hornets AAU basketball club finished the 2012 spring season with a 25-5 record that included four tournament championships and a 18-game win streak. The Hornets captured the championships of the Dowd Memorial Tournament in Central Valley, N.Y., the Miranda Memorial Tournament in Suffern, N.Y., the Crossroads […]

R.A. Dickey Leads the Way for Mets

Bad luck for Bay BY JOE RINI Judging by the success of pitcher R.A. Dickey in 2012, the New York Mets may insist that all of their pitchers take up mountain climbing in the off-season. Less than six months after the 37-year-old right hander risked his career by climbing the 19,336 feet of Mount Kilimanjaro […]

Rangers Resurrection 2012-13

BY CHAYIM TAUBER There may not be an NHL season next year but if there is, the Rangers are more ready for it than they have been in decades. The New York Rangers suffered a devastating end to their season at the hand of their metro-rival Devils. A sudden death overtime goal, the quickest, swiftest, […]

Mets Shake Off Slide With Big Win in Tampa

Bullpen roles shuffled BY JOE RINI If the recent 7 and 4 homestand with its Johan Santana no-hitter seemed like a magic carpet ride, the start of the current nine game road trip must have felt like a three hour commute to work for the New York Mets. Several late inning defensive lapses contributed to […]

YES! Santana Pitches First Mets No-Hitter

Franco Inducted Into Mets Hall of Fame BY JOE RINI For Mets fans, it was a weekend to celebrate a lefthander from their past and a present day lefty whose future looks brighter than it did a few months ago. On Friday June 1, Johan Santana no-hit the World Champion St. Louis Cardinals at Citi […]

JOHAN SANTANA HURLS FIRST NO-HITTER IN METS HISTORY

JOHAN SANTANA HURLS FIRST NO-HITTER IN METS HISTORY

Fifty years of non-history have finally ended as Mets ace Johan Santana hurled the franchise’s first no-hitter. It only took 8,020 games. Two-time Cy Young winner Johan Santana was a one-man juggernaut Friday night as he dominated the St. Louis Cardinals for all nine innings, giving up only five walks. As always is the case […]

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