ROCKLAND BOULDERS, HELEN HAYES HOSPITAL, & BRIDGES JOIN FOR ACCESSIBLE AWARENESS DAY AT PCU PARK

ROCKLAND BOULDERS, HELEN HAYES HOSPITAL, & BRIDGES JOIN FOR ACCESSIBLE AWARENESS DAY AT PCU PARK

+ COMMUNITY WHEELCHAIR SOFTBALL GAME VS. BOULDERS Pomona, NY – Helen Hayes Hospital will team up with the Rockland Boulders baseball team and Bridges Independent Living Center on Sunday, July 28th to present Accessible Awareness Day at Palisades Credit Union Park—featuring a very special wheelchair softball game pitting Helen Hayes Hospital, Bridges, and community members against […]

Sean Flaherty Of Orangeburg, NY Named To Athletic Director Scholars Academic Honor Roll At Hofstra University

Sean Flaherty Of Orangeburg, NY Named To Athletic Director Scholars Academic Honor Roll At Hofstra University

HEMPSTEAD, NY (07/15/2019)– Hofstra University and the Department of Athletics are excited to announce the creation of the Hofstra Athletic Director Scholars Academic Honor Roll, recognizing the incredible work of Pride student-athletes in the classroom. Sean Flaherty of Orangeburg, NY has earned a spot on the initial list. A total of 159 Hofstra student-athletes were […]

Is it time for New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway to resign?

Is it time for New York Mets manager Mickey Callaway to resign?

By Travis Pulver Going into Friday night’s game against the Miami Marlins, the New York Mets were hoping that the reigning National League Cy Young winner, Jacob deGrom could lead the team out of their rut. With losses in their last two against the Washington Nationals, the team had fallen two games below .500 (20-22). […]

1969 Mets Are Champions Forever

41 Seaver Way Is New Address for Citi Field By Joe Rini After a week where nearly everything went wrong for the Mets, on the seventh day, they commemorated a year where everything went right. After a devastating loss on Sunday June 23 in Chicago, subsequent disappointing play on the field and distractions off it, […]

Swoboda’s More Than Just a Guy or a Catch

Swoboda’s More Than Just a Guy or a Catch

RCT Chats With Ron About 1969 Mets & Book “Here’s the Catch” BY JOE RINI To Ron Swoboda, “just a guy,” baseball’s parlance for an average player, made his iconic catch in the 9th inning of pivotal Game 4 of the 1969 World Series. While Swoboda’s career statistics might support the just a guy designation, […]

Alonso Lives the Dream and Chats With the RCT

Alonso Lives the Dream and Chats With the RCT

Callaway and Brass Juggling the Roster By Joe Rini The temperatures are rising but at least one polar bear is thriving in the New York City heat. Christened the “Polar Bear” by his teammates, Pete Alonso, the 6 foot 3, 245-pound power hitting first baseman, hasn’t shown any stage fright since debuting on the New […]