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Michael Paull Named CEO of BAMTech

NEW YORK, /PRNewswire/ -- MLBAM, the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball, announced today the appointment of Michael Paull as the chief executive officer of BAMTech, a leading technology services and video streaming company owned by MLBAM, The Walt Disney Company and the National Hockey League (NHL). In his new role, Paull will set the vision and guide ... Read More »

Yankees Rookie Sensation Gary Sanchez to Receive Thurman Munson Award TONIGHT; Joins Mets’ Flores, Giants’ Cruz

AHRC NYC Foundation Benefit Pays Homage to Late Yankees Captain YANKEES CATCHER GARY SANCHEZ, METS INFIELDER WILMER FLORES, GIANTS WIDE RECEIVER VICTOR CRUZ TO RECEIVE 37TH ANNUAL THURMAN MUNSON AWARDS ON FEBRUARY 7, 2017 *** Sanford J. Schlesinger to Receive “Corporate Hero” Award*** New York, January 5 — The 37th Annual Thurman Munson Awards Dinner, which remembers the late, great ... Read More »

MLB Winter Meetings Preview with Mike Lalor: NY Edition

Major League Baseball will hold its 115th annual Winter Meetings from December 4-8, 2016, just south of Washington, D.C., at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center in National Harbor, Maryland. For baseball fans around the world and those within the industry, the annual Winter Meetings are an exciting time where many teams shape their rosters for the coming season ... Read More »

For Mets fans: McAndrew-Dyer Battery Strikes Again!

This story is “amazing” (Mets pun “right off-the-bat”) as it contains all the best things in life: family, long-time friends, baseball and yes, even a miracle! It all began in 1967 when a pitcher, Jim McAndrew and a catcher, Duffy Dyer were teammates on the New York Mets’ minor league team in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. Not only were Jim and Duffy ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

Which Yankees offensive players could be moved at the deadline? Let’s take a look at the Yankees 8 major offensive positions and discuss which ones are the most likely to be traded. Yes means likely. No means, well not likely… Catcher – Brian McCann Yes. The Yankees would be well minded to try and net a return on the aging ... Read More »

Around NY Sports with Mike Lalor: Mets All-Star

After a miserable start to the week, which saw the Washington Nationals (49-32, 1st NL East) sweep the New York Mets (41-37, 2nd NL East) in Washington, D.C., the Mets returned home for a crucial stretch of games prior to the All-Star break. Heading into the series, the Mets anemic offense had scored only 8 runs in their previous 5 ... Read More »

NY Sports Report with Mike Lalor: Mets, Ichiro & Yanks Trade Chips

Battling through inconsistent play and multiple injuries, the New York Mets (36-29, 2nd NL East)welcome the NL East cellar-dwelling Atlanta Braves (20-46, 5th NL East) into Citi Field this weekend for a three game series.  The Mets will face the young, struggling Braves seven times in their next nine games.  These are games the Mets absolutely must take advantage of ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

What to do about First Base? The Yankees came into the season knowing that their young "first baseman of future" Greg Bird had already been ruled out for the season due to injury meaning that the Yankees would not have a strong backup option for their aging slugger Mark Teixeira. Fast forward two months and the Yankees are really in ... Read More »

AUDIO INTERVIEW: Compelling Conversation with NFL Pro Turned Community Change Agent, Terrell Fletcher

If you don’t already know the name Terrell Fletcher, you will…and certainly should! This NFL pro turned no-holds-barred cultural consultant and commentator, leadership expert and community mobilizer is on a mission to give the disenfranchised a “voice” that’s actually heard, and advocate why (and how) everyone in workplaces, homes and sports programs across the U.S. can live a community-centric life—one ... Read More »

Yankees Quick Hits by Bryan Revello

All statistics referenced are as of Friday, May 20, 2016 prior to the start of the Yankees contest. Stray Stat Observations Edition No player on the Yankees roster is even hitting .280. No player on the Yankees active roster has an .800 OPS. The Yankees team average is .237. In all of MLB, the Yankees are ranked 25th or worse ... Read More »