Broken Yankees Need More Than A Spark… They Need Change

Broken Yankees Need More Than A Spark… They Need Change

By: John Jastremski After the Yankees were humiliated by the Detroit Tigers right before Memorial Day, the entire team stressed the urgency of their most recent home stand. Four games with the Tampa Bay Rays and three games with the Boston Red Sox. To say the Yankees failed miserably in their most recent homestand doesn’t […]

Hole in One for Stony Point; Patriot Hills Park LLC Inks Deal to Buy Town’s Golf Course for $6.4 Million

Hole in One for Stony Point; Patriot Hills Park LLC Inks Deal to Buy Town’s Golf Course for $6.4 Million

Stony Point’s Patriot Hills Golf Course offers winning views of the Hudson, but its $1.5 million yearly maintenance cost was a losing proposition for taxpayers. The town has owned the property since 1973 and built the golf course 20 years ago with the expectation it would attract at least 50,000 rounds of golf a year, […]

Pete Stands Alone with 53 Home Runs as a Rookie

Pete Stands Alone with 53 Home Runs as a Rookie

HR Record for Alonso But Is Callaway Going, Going…? By Joe Rini And yet… Pete Alonso capped off a historic season by hitting a rookie record 53rd home run in Game 161 in Saturday’s 3-0 shutout over the playoff bound Braves. Three days earlier, Jacob deGrom staked his claim to back to back Cy Young […]

It’s Miracle or Else for 2019 Mets

It’s Miracle or Else for 2019 Mets

Syndergaard and the Quest for a Personal Catcher By Joe Rini Are there Miracle Mets every 50 years? The 2019 Mets hope so. After an amazing 15-1 stretch catapulted the Amazins to within ½ game of a wildcard spot in the National League, a prolonged period of middling play at 13-14 since August 10 has […]

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