As Mets continue hot play, their captain prepares to say goodbye

As Mets continue hot play, their captain prepares to say goodbye

BY AARON GENUTH On an emotional day in Flushing, the Mets responded to the looming end of an era with a day of inspired baseball. Or at least inspired enough to sweep a doubleheader from the Marlins, a team 10 games worse in the standings than the Mets are. Prior to the first game of […]

Mets & Yankees in Need of Suspense

Mets & Yankees in Need of Suspense

Late Bloomers McNeil & Voit Shine for Locals BY JOE RINI    September has finally arrived for New York’s local baseball teams. The arrival of Suspense is yet to be announced. The fortunes of the 2018 Mets and Yankees have split like a fork in the road with the Yankees soaring and the Mets sinking, yet […]

Yonkers Trot and Messenger Stakes Saturday Night, September 1; Yonkers Raceway’s Triple Crown Events Worth $500,000 Apiece

Yonkers Trot and Messenger Stakes Saturday Night, September 1; Yonkers Raceway’s Triple Crown Events Worth $500,000 Apiece

YONKERS, NY—The 64th edition of the Yonkers Trot and 63rd renewal of the Messenger Stakes are both set for Saturday night, September 1, and the three-year-olds trotters and pacers have declared in for the second jewels of the Triple Crown at Yonkers Raceway. Each is worth $500,000. Four colts and four geldings have been entered […]

And Cy Young Award Goes to…deGrom?

And Cy Young Award Goes to…deGrom?

Wins Scarce Despite Ace’s Dominance By Joe Rini One team stands in between Jacob deGrom and the 2018 Cy Young Award. Unfortunately, it’s his own team. Calling to mind the Cy Young Award winning seasons of Doc Gooden in 1985 and Tom Seaver in 1971, deGrom has pitched to a major league leading 1.71 ERA […]

Why Is Baseball Perfect For Our Fast-Paced Lives?

Why Is Baseball Perfect For Our Fast-Paced Lives?

In America, baseball is one of the four major sports that attracts a huge fan base. Baseball is the opposite of our normal lives. It is the kind of sports one can watch when relaxed but at the same time filled with so much excitement. For some Baseball is God’s game. This amazing sport adds […]

RCT Chats With Mets Pitcher Seth Lugo

RCT Chats With Mets Pitcher Seth Lugo

Lugo’s a Bright Spot in a Bleak Season By Joe Rini Perseverance, hardwork, and attitude matter. They certainly mattered for Mets pitcher Seth Lugo. The odds of a 34th round draft pick making the major leagues can sometimes seem as daunting as a 34-year old accountant making the major leagues. Only one player selected in […]

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