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America’s New Team : Da Raiders!!!

By Tom Rottkamp, Contributing Writer The Las Vegas Raiders Perhaps, if I had the wildly imaginative scientific mind of Issac Asimov, I could imagine where the the game of professional football is headed in the next 10-20 years. I don’t. I’m not a science fiction guy. And yet, with the rapid pace of technological advance in this “post” post modern ... Read More »

Around NY Sports with Mike Lalor: Mets and MLB Predictions!

By Mike Lalor, Contributing Writer Mets ready for Opening Day….and 2017 MLB Predictions! The New York Mets completed their 2017 Grapefruit League campaign on Thursday with a 5-4 victory over their AAA affiliate, the Las Vegas 51s, at First Data Field in Port St. Lucie, FL.  The Mets finished the exhibition season with a 15-17 record, and now that slate ... Read More »

15 TO WATCH: RICK HORROW’S TOP SPORTS/BUSINESS/ MARKETING/ENDORSEMENT ISSUES FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL 3 with Jamie Swimmer

1.      As millions of global golf fans prepare to watch The Masters on their phones, tablets, and laptops (especially during Thursday and Friday’s workday rounds), it’s notable that host city Augusta, GA is known as the “Cyber Capitol of the South.” So why is Augusta so high on the tech-o-meter? In 2012, the NSA opened a regional headquarters on base ... Read More »

New York Rangers Game Preview

  NEW YORK RANGERS vs. PHILADELPHIA FLYERS Sunday, Apr. 2, 2017, 7:30 p.m. ET Madison Square Garden – New York, NY   Rangers: 46-26-6 (98 pts) Flyers: 37-32-8 (82 pts)*   * The Flyers face the New Jersey Devils tonight in Philadelphia prior to playing against the Rangers tomorrow   ** See the attached document for additional information on all ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

By Bryan Revello, Editor in Chief Welcome to the Baby Bomber Era The Yankees are experiencing a youth movement for the first time in a while and there are quite a few “Baby Bombers” with high expectations. Over the next few blogs, I will review a few of these players, where they stand and what can be expected. For Part ... Read More »

NYSCF Raises Major Funds at Angela Lombardo Blues Raiser

The Angela Lombardo Blues Raiser was a fundraising event to benefit children and adults in need on March 19, 2017. Music lovers and philanthropists gathered at the Mouse Trap Cafe in Amityville and listened to blues music while supporting a great cause. The event was headlined by Slam Allen (formerly of the James Cotton Band) and we would like to ... Read More »

Women’s Wrestling is Hot Right Now…Especially in NYC

By Bryan Revello, Editor in Chief Women’s pro wrestling is hot right now. Not long ago were women’s matches considered ‘bathroom breaks” by many wrestling fans, thanks to the longtime portrayal of women as sex symbols with little in-ring talent when seen at wrestling’s highest level, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). However, as the 21st century continues to see the rise ... Read More »

16 Days left to see the NY Cosmos & Farruko Half Time show

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INSIDE SCOOP ON YANKEES PHENOM GARY SANCHEZ

By Bryan Revello, Editor in Chief Gary Sanchez answered questions prior to the Thurman Munson Awards Dinner in February and I was able to attend the press conference and collect these notes for our readers.  He started by saying that his 2017 goals are to stay healthy and to help the pitching staff. He emphasized that helping the pitching staff is ... Read More »

10.2 SECONDS . . . . . AND COUNTING

By Tom Rottkamp of NassauBasketball.com The Last Play of the Game March 12, 2017 LI AA Championship at Stony Brook Westbury vs. Hills East Jalyn Dunlap’s fantastic putback gave Westbury a 1 point lead with 10.5 seconds to play. As the ball circled the rim and then fell through the net, Westbury guard Darius Young bounced over to Hills pg ... Read More »