Brooklyn’s in the Air When Dodgers Fly to Mets

Oldest living Dodger and Larry King, Harvey in, Santana out BY JOE RINI The design of Citi Field, with its Jackie Robinson Rotunda, evokes Ebbets Field but when the Los Angeles Dodgers visited this past weekend, one could almost hear the echoes of Hilda Chester and her famed cowbell as the Mets paid tribute to […]

Jeremy Sins

Jeremy Sins

Machiavellian negotiating tactic by Lin leads to his departure from the Big Apple BY DYLAN SKRILOFF When you wear your faith on your sleeve, it’s expected your deeds match your words. Throughout Jeremy Lin’s surprise 2011-12 NBA campaign, which brought him fame and ultimately fortune, Lin consistently and publicly referred to the Holy Bible and […]

Mets Seek to Steady Themselves After Stumbling

Harvey on Broadway and Buffalo for Now BY JOE RINI For a team that has teetered at various points this season only to defy expectations and rebound again, the Mets find themselves at their latest crossroads in the 2012 baseball season. Three losses in Atlanta to open the second half of the season, followed by […]

Mets Forecast: Mostly Sunny With a Chance of Playoffs

Concern for Dillon Gee BY JOE RINI Preseason prognosticators who pegged the Philadelphia Phillies and Miami Marlins as consensus winners of the Eastern Division with the Mets barely glimpsing first place from a distance have been defied by the New Yorkers first half success. As major league baseball returns from the All-Star break this weekend, […]

Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame Inducts Seven

The Rockland County Sports Hall of Fame held its 39th Annual Induction Ceremony at the Pearl River Elks Club and continued its tradition of excellence by inducting seven outstanding athletes, coaches and officials. Marcel Cooper, Nyack High School 1988, was a State Champion Wrestler in the 126 lb. weight class and went on to become a two time Senior National Champion while serving […]

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