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A-Rod Clears Another Hurdle

By Chris Ruddick, Contributing Writer At some point Alex Rodriguez will be able to just focus on playing some baseball. He’s met the media, he’s greeted his teammates, and he’s apologized to fans. Now it’s time to see how much is left in the tank of the disgraced soon-to-be 40- year-old former three-time AL MVP, who is likely playing without ... Read More »

Rangers Go All In

By Dan Di Sciullo, Contributing Writer The 2014-15 edition of the NHL trade deadline was short on dramatic moves designed to take a shot at the big prize. One exception, however, involved the New York Rangers, a team that is left wanting more after its trip to the Stanley Cup Finals last spring. On Sunday afternoon, about 24 hours shy ... Read More »

Can A-Rod Still Play AND How Long Will He Play For?

By Helen Young, Contributing Writer So Can A-Rod Still Play? And How Long Will He Play For? So A Rod is back, and his PR team and many advisors are encouraging him to toe the line and court the affections of the media and the fans once more. First he showed up to training three days early, causing a complete media ... Read More »

Rangers Review: Keith Yandle Trade Analysis

By Derek Mann, Contributing Writer The Rangers made a couple of moves on Sunday. Of course, the big splash was the acquisition of Keith Yandle along with Chris Summers and a fourth round draft pick from the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for John Moore, Anthony Duclair and two high draft picks. This is an interesting move because it has two ... Read More »

Is Nassau Coliseum ripping us off?

New York Sportscene was on hand for the boat show at Nassau Coliseum on Saturday night. Tickets to enter the show were $2 for children and $10 per adult (or $7 per adult with a discount.) Here is the catch. Parking for the Nassau Coliseum was $15! How can parking cost more than combined price of myself plus a child? ... Read More »

Angels’ Hamilton facing possible discipline from MLB

Tempe, AZ (SportsNetwork.com) – The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim announced that former American League MVP Josh Hamilton met with Major League Baseball officials on Wednesday over a disciplinary issue. The team declined to give any details of the meeting, which took place in New York and was first reported by the Los Angeles Times. “I can say that Josh ... Read More »

Yanks, A-Rod Deserve Each Other

By Chris Ruddick – MLB Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Sometimes you are better off not saying anything. Nobody needed another apology from Alex Rodriguez. Not Major League Baseball, not the New York Yankees, not fans of the Yankees, nobody. Technically, I guess Rodriguez didn’t say anything on Tuesday. Whatever number apology from him it was, this ... Read More »

Selfish Carmelo and the Mediocre Knicks

By Joseph Behrman, Contributing Writer So fellow Knick fans…isn’t it terrific that Selfish Ball Hog Carmelo Anthony played 30 minutes in the All Star game and now he is going for the surgery he probably should have had two months ago? So it is more important to play in an All Star game than play in the regular season?  A ... Read More »