Is Stage Set for Another Mets Miracle in 2019?

Is Stage Set for Another Mets Miracle in 2019?

Surge Feels Like 1969, 1973 & 2015 …Do You Believe? By Joe Rini And I thought Ed Kranepool was just being kind. As the Mets Hall of Famer addressed the fans at the festivities honoring the 1969 champion Mets on June 29, he concluded his remarks by addressing the current Mets. “They can do it, […]

Rockland Track & Field Hall of Fame to Induct Nine

Rockland Track & Field Hall of Fame to Induct Nine

By Jamie Kempton The Rockland County Track & Field Hall of Fame will enshrine nine new members during its 13th induction ceremony on Saturday, May 19, beginning 1 p.m., at the Paramount Country Club in New City. The class of 2019 includes a quartet of two-time state champions: sprinter Roudy Monrose of Spring Valley and […]

2018 Leaves Mets Wishing for 2019

2018 Leaves Mets Wishing for 2019

Wright’s Farewell and deGrom’s Dominance By Joe Rini If the 2018 Mets season was a sandwich, it would be the infamous “wish” sandwich famously sung by Dan Aykroyd’s alter-ego, Elwood Blues, in the song, “Rubber Biscuit.” The sandwich is two slices of bread that leaves you wishing for meat just as this season left fans […]

Mets & Yankees in Need of Suspense

Mets & Yankees in Need of Suspense

Late Bloomers McNeil & Voit Shine for Locals BY JOE RINI    September has finally arrived for New York’s local baseball teams. The arrival of Suspense is yet to be announced. The fortunes of the 2018 Mets and Yankees have split like a fork in the road with the Yankees soaring and the Mets sinking, yet […]

RCT Chats With Mets Pitcher Seth Lugo

RCT Chats With Mets Pitcher Seth Lugo

Lugo’s a Bright Spot in a Bleak Season By Joe Rini Perseverance, hardwork, and attitude matter. They certainly mattered for Mets pitcher Seth Lugo. The odds of a 34th round draft pick making the major leagues can sometimes seem as daunting as a 34-year old accountant making the major leagues. Only one player selected in […]

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