Articles by: Steven Simineri

The Dallas Mavericks and Yogi Ferrell have agreed to a new Two-Year deal to remain with the Dallas Mavericks after his 32 point performance.

Mavericks’ Yogi Ferrell: One Who Got Away From Nets

By Steven Simineri Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell got his first NBA chance with the Brooklyn Nets earlier this season after impressing Brooklyn’s brass in the Summer League and in training camp. He appeared in 10 games with the Nets, averaging a […]

by · April 11, 2017 · Sports
Two NHL Veterans Could Be Calling It Quits

Two NHL Veterans Could Be Calling It Quits

By Steven Simineri On Sunday night in Los Angeles, the Arizona Coyotes skated against the Kings and ended their playoff hopes with a rare 2-1 victory. But mixed into the game’s storyline was the possibility of the matchup marking the […]

by · April 5, 2017 · Sports
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How Best to Remember Jimmy Rollins MLB Career

By Steven Simineri Coming off a stint last October as an in-studio analyst for TBS’s major league baseball post-season coverage following stints with the Dodgers and the White Sox in 2015 and2016, respectively, 38-year old Jimmy Rollins is in camp with the […]

by · March 26, 2017 · Sports
Players Still Not Active Before Opening Day Still Hoping to Make ‘The Show’

Players Still Not Active Before Opening Day Still Hoping to Make ‘The Show’

By Steven Simineri While spring training is a good time to catch some of the game’s top prospects that are in major league camp and, even some Tim Tebow. It is also a time to find former All-Stars and forgotten about veterans […]

by · March 10, 2017 · Sports
Yankees’ youngster Jonathan Holder looking for last spot in bullpen

Yankees’ youngster Jonathan Holder looking for last spot in bullpen

By Steven Simineri Back in December, the Yankees and Aroldis Chapman reunited on a five-year, $86 million contract. New York’s bullpen should be strong again with a final three of Chapman, Dellin Betances and Tyler Clippard. But in the past two […]

by · March 3, 2017 · Sports
Amid MSG Drama, Henrik Lundqvist Perseveres

Amid MSG Drama, Henrik Lundqvist Perseveres

By Steven Simineri What a difference a day makes. On Friday night, Knicks fans showed up to Madison Square Garden for the team’s game against the Nuggets chanting “Free Oakley” and holding up signs in favor of the New York […]

by · February 13, 2017 · Sports
Matt Barnes: NBA Bad Boy Makes His Mark

Matt Barnes: NBA Bad Boy Makes His Mark

By Steven Simineri It’s been an interesting couple of weeks for 14-year NBA journeyman Matt Barnes. He ate Philly cheesesteaks and drank Hennessy with Boogie Cousins after the Kings game in Philadelphia was postponed. In Brooklyn, he accidental converted on […]

by · February 8, 2017 · Sports
Joe Johnson, Brooklyn Nets

The longevity of Joe Johnson

By Steven Simineri To put into perspective how long Joe Johnson has been around for, look no further than the fact that he is currently teammates with Boris Diaw, who was involved in a sign-and-trade deal that brought Johnson to […]

by · January 10, 2017 · Sports
Former NY Yankee Mike Mussina

Mike Mussina: Hall of Fame voting appears to be trending in right direction

By Steven Simineri When Mike Mussina called it a career following his first 20-win campaign in 2008, longtime Yankees captain Derek Jeter, who doesn’t just throw around compliments, said that all of Mussina’s accomplishments “represent a Hall of Fame career.” […]

by · January 5, 2017 · Sports
Let’s not forget how important Nick Mangold was to the Jets

Let’s not forget how important Nick Mangold was to the Jets

By Steven Simineri Back in April, longtime Jets center Nick Mangold took out a full-page ad in the New York Post to honor his close friend, former left tackle D’Brickashaw Ferguson on the day of his retirement. Mangold, one of […]

by · December 17, 2016 · Sports
Is KAT vs. Porzingis the Next Great NBA Rivalry?

Is KAT vs. Porzingis the Next Great NBA Rivalry?

By Steven Simineri   “We have seen two brilliant performances from two 21-year-old stars in the league,” esteemed Knicks’ broadcaster Mike Breen gushed about Kristaps Porzingis and Karl-Anthony Towns as Towns shot free throws during the final minute of New […]

by · December 2, 2016 · Sports
Jeruys Familia, NY Mets

What to do with Dellin Betances and Jeurys Familia

By Steven Simineri A month ago, Wallace Matthews of NY Sports Day.com reported that the Yankees will be in hot pursuit of free agent closer Aroldis Chapman this winter. The day before, it was reported that Mets closer Jeurys Familia […]

by · December 1, 2016 · Sports
San Francisco Giants pitcher Madison Bumgarner. Credit: sportingnews.com

Madison Bumgarner continues to build on his own legacy in Giants’ win

Madison Bumgarner continues to build on his own legacy in Giants’ win by Steven Simineri Aces don’t mean everything in the playoffs, but Madison Bumgarner proved once again on Wednesday that on some nights aces do mean everything. The lanky […]

by · October 6, 2016 · Sports
Rene Rivera: Gives Mets veteran presence behind the plate

Rene Rivera: Gives Mets veteran presence behind the plate

With Rene Rivera, Mets’ install a veteran presence behind the plate   By Steven Simineri   Heading into the 2016 season, the New York Mets were blessed with an embarrassment of pitching riches. But they were also blessed with two […]

by · October 2, 2016 · Sports
Austin Romine: From Top Prospect to Reliable Backup

Austin Romine: From Top Prospect to Reliable Backup

Austin Romine’s transition from top prospect to trusty backup   By Steven Simineri   Andrew Romine is a 30-year old light-hitting middle infielder for the Detroit Tigers. The switch-hitting Romine is hitting a paltry.230 in 74 at-bats this season and […]

by · August 2, 2016 · Sports