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BOB WOLFF TO RECEIVE VIN SCULLY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN SPORTS BROADCASTING

BOB WOLFF TO RECEIVE VIN SCULLY LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD IN SPORTS BROADCASTING; PBS NEWS HOUR ANCHORS JUDY WOODRUFF, GWEN IFILL TO RECEIVE CHARLES OSGOOD AWARD FROM WFUV RADIO ***Broadcasters to be honored on November 1st in New York City***   New York, September 19— The late, legendary sportscaster Bob Wolff, one of the most prolific and recognizable voices in sports broadcast history, has been selected ... Read More »

Take Me Out to the…Casino! Former Yankees First Baseman Tino Martinez Heading to Empire City Casino On August 16th

Four Time World Champion to Take Photos and Watch “Subway Series” Yankees vs. Mets with Fans   Yonkers, NY — Empire City Casino continues to bring New York baseball’s most popular players to the largest entertainment destination in the northeast.  Former New York Yankees first baseman Tino Martinez, a key player on four “Bronx Bombers” World Series championship teams, will ... Read More »

Scranton/Wilkes-Barre RailRiders Outfielder Mason Williams Raises Awareness of Vision Loss with New T-Shirt Campaign

SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Scranton/WilkesBarre RailRiders outfielder Mason Williams is helping to raise awareness of Choroideremia (CHM), a rare inherited disorder that causes progressive vision loss, and ultimately complete blindness. Williams’ efforts are in support of his friend, Mark DeVoe, a 12-year-old from Washington, N.J., who is currently battling the retinal disease. Williams, in partnership with Athletes Brand, co-designed a t-shirt ... Read More »

Exclusive Interview with Mets Legend Darryl Strawberry

This past Saturday, July 15th, Champion Motors in Syosset held a special autograph event featuring current New York Mets and also a legend.  Michael Conforto, Jay Bruce, Jacob deGrom and Darryl Strawberry all were on hand to sign autographs and reminisce with Mets fans.  New York Sportscene reporter Joanne Phillips was on hand and grabbed an exclusive interview with Mets ... Read More »

Mets Welcome Fallen First Responder Families at 33rd Annual Mets Family Night on Wednesday, July 19th at CitiField

Supporting the families of NYC’s first responders, Answer the Call will host more than 600 beneficiaries at its 33rd Annual Mets Game & Family Night next Wednesday, July 19th at Citi Field (former Met Rusty Staub started the fallen first responder fund in 1985). The event will feature: First pitch tossed out by children of three recently fallen New York heroes: Three children ... Read More »

Where Do Mets Go From Here?

  By Mark Kelly – CKMagicSports All was breaking perfect for the Mets when they finished their three-game series with the Cubs. After Wednesday’s thrilling come-from-behind 9-4 victory, the Mets were riding high. Yes, the had to deal with injuries to Neil Walker and Matt Harvey, but what would a day be without a player going down with an injury? The ... Read More »

Mets Need A Quick Fix To Get Back in Race

By Mark Kelly – CKMagicSports More than any of the  other four major sports, the Major League Baseball season is a marathon. Just because your team is out of it on Memorial Day, doesn’t necessarily mean that they need to pack up and prepare for next season. Looking at the standings on June 10, the New York Mets find themselves seven ... Read More »

New “Pitch-Man” on Mound at Mets Tonight Despite Shoulder Surgery: Empire City Casino Jackpot King Howard Gershowitz to Throw First Pitch

New Pitch-Man in Mets Rotation: All eyes will be on Howard Gershowitz tonight at Citi Field when he takes the mound for the Mets home game vs. the Pittsburgh Pirates as he throws out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the 7:10 start. Having won $1.5 million playing the slots at Empire City Casino, Howard G. is the biggest winner in Empire City’s 10-year history and his winning is the largest ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

5/20/17 The Yankees have not been shut out in 2017 and have 10 comeback wins. One of the major reasons that this season feels so much like the past is because the signature of many Yankees championship teams was their penchant for making dramatic comebacks. Fans always believed that the Yankees were still in the game and the above stat ... Read More »