County Executive’s Corner: “One Game at a Time”

County Executive’s Corner: “One Game at a Time”

By County Executive Ed Day  I remember watching the Yankees play the Pirates in the 1960 World Series when I was growing up in Brooklyn. By all rights, the Yankees should have won that series. They outscored the Pirates 55-27 in the Series, out hit them 91-60, even got two complete-game shutouts from Whitey Ford […]

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 […]

New York Yankees VS Cleveland Indians

New York Yankees VS Cleveland Indians

Trust the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians to drum up interest ahead of their scheduled games. While other clubs in the league has its own share of following and rivalries, the friendly competition between the Yankees and the Indians have stood the test of time and today, still manages to draw in the crowds. […]

Mets Jolt Yankees in NYC But Fall a Sweep in Miami

Wheeler watch begins, D’Arnaud on the mend BY JOE RINI While periodical cicadas were emerging from the ground after a 17 year wait to screech their way to a mate, the New York Mets swept the season series from the New York Yankees for the first time in this the seventeenth year of inter-league play […]

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

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

Spring is in the Air and so is America’s Pastime Originally published April 11, 2012; updated each season Rockland County Times Staff Editorial The 2015 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 […]

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