Former 1969 Miracle Met needs another miracle

Former 1969 Miracle Met needs another miracle

BY KEITH SHIKOWITZ The last person from the original 1962 New York Mets to play for the team until his retirement in 1979, Ed Kranepool, is suffering from diabetes and is need of a kidney transplant. His plight and prayers were almost answered. They had a donor, and they were ready for surgery, but unfortunately, […]

Will The Giants Target A Quarterback In April?

Will The Giants Target A Quarterback In April?

New York became a non-factor in the NFL fairly early on this year, with neither the Jets nor the Giants (nor the Bills for that matter) managing to make serious runs at the playoffs. The difference between the teams, however, is that two have recently secured new quarterbacks and one has not. For the Bills, […]

STAC TO INDUCT 22ND ANNUAL HALL OF FAME CLASS

STAC TO INDUCT 22ND ANNUAL HALL OF FAME CLASS

St. Thomas Aquinas College’s Alumni Association will induct five alumni and two Spartan Award honorees into its prestigious Alumni Hall of Fame on January 25, 2019 at the Park Ridge Marriott (Park Ridge, NJ), announced Karen Wright, vice president for Institutional Advancement at the College. St. Thomas Aquinas College Alumni Hall of Fame honorees are […]

A CLOSER LOOK AT KEVIN BAEZ – FORMER NEW YORK METS PLAYER TO LEAD BOULDERS

A CLOSER LOOK AT KEVIN BAEZ – FORMER NEW YORK METS PLAYER TO LEAD BOULDERS

BY KEITH S. SHIKOWITZ Baseball has been America’s pastime for over a century and a half. Professional and minor league teams have been playing it since the late 1860s. In 2011, independent league baseball came to Rockland County in the form of the Rockland Boulders, a member of the Can-Am League. While no teams in […]

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