With Pelf On the Shelf, Mets Ride Schwinden to Denver and Houston

BY JOE RINI With the curtain barely raised on the new season, Mets pitcher Mike Pelfrey has exited the stage early in Act 1 of the 2012 baseball season. After dodging the injury bullet that had sniped at so many of his teammates since joining the Mets in 2006, Pelfrey underwent “Tommy John” surgery this […]

Spring is in the Air and so is America’s Pastime

Rockland County Times Staff Editorial The 2012 baseball season is just getting started and it seems that every year on Opening Day there’s a special feeling in the air. It’s not like any sport or game. There’s something about baseball that’s different. It’s the smell of the grass, it’s the memories of playing catch with […]

Psst, Are You a Mets Fan? Yeah, Me Too

BY JOSEPH RINI I am a camouflaged New York Mets fan – literally. As a part of a game day promotion, they gave away jeep green Met caps at Shea Stadium a few years ago and I’ve worn it ever since then. It’s not a bad looking cap. People have complimented me on it. A […]

Rockland Boulders Announce New Radio Partner

PRESS RELEASE The Rockland Boulders announced today their 2012 games will be broadcast on AM 1230 WFAS and the introduction of the Rockland Boulders Radio Network. 59 Boulders games will be broadcast this season on WFAS, including every home game. AM 1230 WFAS has been broadcasting to the greater Rockland and Westchester areas for over 80 years […]

Orangetown Seeks to Build More Ball fields

BY ROBERT KNIGHT CITY EDITOR ROCKLAND COUNTY TIMES While the Town of Orangetown wrestles over how to make its two public golf courses profitable the Town Board decided last week to proceed with another recreational project – creating new soccer and other athletic fields on a portion of the vacant former Rockland Psychiatric Center campus […]

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