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Should Giants give Bumgarner the ball in game 4?

By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – The Kansas City Royals came to San Francisco with one goal in mind. Get the series back to Kauffman Stadium. Mission accomplished. Kansas City jumped out to a three-run lead, then its filthy bullpen did the rest, as it held on for a 3-2 win over the San ... Read More »

Feature Friday: NBA 2014-15 subplots to watch for

By Jim Brighters, NBA Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – As we are set to embark on another 82- game marathon, this season really leaves little in the way of fascinating story lines.Sure, there is one huge one and there will be more on that later. It’s not a big surprise that it involves someone referred to as LBJ ... Read More »

Royals follow familiar script to even series

By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – The Kansas City Royals and San Francisco Giants are in the World Series because of their bullpens. In Game 2 on Wednesday one of those units delivered, the other did not and now the best-of-seven set will head to the Bay Area tied at a game apiece. Kansas ... Read More »

Big Game Bumgarner delivers in Game 1

By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – One pitcher came into the World Series with a reputation for pitching well in big games. The other was James Shields. San Francisco left-hander Madison Bumgarner continued to cement his status as the best postseason pitcher in baseball on Tuesday, as he gave up one run over seven ... Read More »

Geno’s best isn’t good enough for Rex

By John McMullen, NFL Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – Rex Ryan and the New York Jets got the “Good Geno” on Thursday night and it still wasn’t enough in a heartbreaking 27-25 loss to the New England Patriots.  Smith didn’t throw an interception for the first time this season, made good decisions throughout, and even used his mobility ... Read More »

Isles grab the spotlight

By Dan Di Sciullo, NHL Editor, The Sports Network Philadelphia, PA (SportsNetwork.com) – These are times of change for the New York Islanders, and when you’ve suffered as much as the Isles have in recent decades that can’t be a bad thing. It’s no secret the Islanders are in the midst of some major developments off the ice, but the club’s 4-0 ... Read More »

FEATURE FRIDAY: Why Yankees fans should be shaking their heads at the re-signing of GM Brian Cashman

By Joseph Behrman, Contributing Writer New York, NY (NYSportscene.com) – What did Brian Cashman do to deserve a new three year contract with the New York Yankees?  If your answer sounds something like “the Yankees only missed the playoffs three times in his reign as General Manager” or “they went to the World Series six times and won four of those ... Read More »

New York Hockey Preview by Dan Mount Part 3 – NJ Devils

New York, NY (NYSportscene.com) – New York Sportscene contributing writer Dan Mount will offer his outlook on the 2014-25 season for the Rangers, Islanders and Devils in this three part series. Part 3 – New Jersey Devils 2014-15 Season Outlook NEW JERSEY DEVILS Last year: 35-29-18 (5th in Metropolitan, missed playoffs) Who’s in: F Michael Cammalleri, F Martin Havlat, G ... Read More »

New York Hockey Preview by Dan Mount Part 2 – NY Islanders

New York, NY (NYSportscene.com) – New York Sportscene contributing writer Dan Mount will offer his outlook on the 2014-25 season for the Rangers, Islanders and Devils in this three part series. Part 2 – New York Islanders 2014-15 Season Outlook NEW YORK ISLANDERS Last year: 30-35-10 (Last in Metropolitan Division, missed playoffs) Who’s in: F Mikhail Grabovksi, F Nikolai Kulemin, ... Read More »

New York Hockey Preview by Dan Mount Part 1 – NY Rangers

New York, NY (NYSportscene.com) – New York Sportscene contributing writer Dan Mount will offer his outlook on the 2014-25 season for the Rangers, Islanders and Devils in this three part series. Part 1 – New York Rangers 2014-15 Season Outlook NEW YORK RANGERS Last year: (45-31-6, 2nd in Metropolitan Division, lost in Stanley Cup final to Los Angeles, four games ... Read More »