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Say It Ain’t So, Jehry

Say It Ain’t So, Jehry

Former Met’s closer Henry Mejia has been banned permanently from the majors after his third positive PED test.

by · February 14, 2016 · Sports
Patrik Elias May Be Immortalized But He Ain’t Finished Yet

Patrik Elias May Be Immortalized But He Ain’t Finished Yet

Patrik Elias will be the next Devil immortalized but he isn’t finished yet By Steven Simineri   The New Jersey Devils honored longtime netminder Martin Brodeur with a statue in his honor outside Prudential Center, and by retiring his No. […]

by · February 13, 2016 · Sports
Yanks Err In Not Signing Reliever Carlos Torres

Yanks Err In Not Signing Reliever Carlos Torres

A Yankees miss not signing Carlos Torres for the pen   By Rich Mancuso   A few days ago Carlos Torres was weighing his options. The reliable righthander out of the bullpen was designated for assignment by the New York […]

by · February 13, 2016 · Sports
Kat Secor Makes Pro Bodybuilding Debut

Kat Secor Makes Pro Bodybuilding Debut

Kat Secor Makes Pro Bodybuilding Debut Paintball athlete, California business owner and fitness competitor Kat Secor will make her debut as an International Federation of Bodybuilding and Fitness Professional competitor at the IFBB & NPC Karina Nascimento Classic. PALM BEACH GARDENS, […]

by · February 12, 2016 · Health & Fitness, Sports, Women
Will The Giants Look To Two Super Bowl Champions For Help?

Will The Giants Look To Two Super Bowl Champions For Help?

Will The Giants Look To Two Super Bowl Champions For Help? By Daniel Federico    Remember the good old days of the New York Giants, when the likes of Lawrence Taylor, Harry Carson and Carl Banks were dominating the opposition? […]

by · February 10, 2016 · Sports
Cam Newton. Photo courtesy: Charlotte Observer.

Cam Newton’s ‘SUPER’ growing pains

Cam’s ‘SUPER’ growing pains by Chris Saunders When Cam Newton arrived in the Bay Area last Sunday, his Versace pants made him the talk of the nation. When Newton leaves, he’ll still be the talk, but for all the wrong […]

by · February 9, 2016 · Sports
KFC Debuts New Celebrity Colonel Sanders During Super Bowl 50 Pregame

KFC Debuts New Celebrity Colonel Sanders During Super Bowl 50 Pregame

The Real Colonel Sanders Is Back. Yet Again. Seriously. KFC Debuts New Celebrity Colonel During Sunday’s Pregame And Live Stream LOUISVILLE, KY/PRNewswire/ — Kentucky Fried Chicken® continues to re-introduce  the “real” Colonel Sanders in its newest ad starring actor/comedian/writer/producer Jim Gaffigan. […]

Rasual Butler, San Antonio Spurs

San Antonio Is Just The Latest Resting Spot For Rasual Butler

San Antonio Just Latest Resting Spot For Rasual Butler   By Steven Simineri   Rasual Butler is your prototypical NBA journeyman – eight teams in 13 seasons.  A Philadelphia native, Butler earned the reputation of being one of the NBA’s […]

by · February 6, 2016 · Sports
Super Bowl 50 Has Bronx Connections

Super Bowl 50 Has Bronx Connections

Super Bowl 50 and a Bronx Connection   By Rich Mancuso   The Peyton Manning storyline of Super Bowl 50 and his possible last game on the gridiron is a major emphasis of the big game Sunday as the Denver […]

by · February 6, 2016 · Sports
Hot Stove Report: Youth brings rebirth to Yankees

Hot Stove Report: Youth brings rebirth to Yankees

Youth brings rebirth to Yankees By Chris Saunders Many Yankees fans have  a “World Series or bust”  mentality and GM Brian Cashman knows all about that. Going into the offseason Cashman had his shopping list consisting of a second baseman, […]

by · February 4, 2016 · Sports
For Knicks, Langston Galloway Could Be The Solution

For Knicks, Langston Galloway Could Be The Solution

For Knicks, Langston Galloway Could Be The Solution By Daniel Federico When Langston Galloway was earning 10-day contracts with the New York Knicks last season, many thought of it as a great story. After all, the combo guard went undrafted out of […]

by · February 3, 2016 · Sports
Hot Stove Report: With Greg Bird Out, Is Ike Davis In

Hot Stove Report: With Greg Bird Out, Is Ike Davis In

Why the Yankees Should Sign Ike Davis   By Steven Simineri   Seemingly out of the blue on Monday afternoon, Joel Sherman of the New York Post reported that promising youngster Greg Bird is going to miss all of the […]

by · February 2, 2016 · Sports
Best Bullpen? Yankees may have that as they prepare for spring training

Best Bullpen? Yankees may have that as they prepare for spring training

Best Bullpen? Yankees may have that as they prepare for spring training By Chris Saunders Months of trying to acquire a third bullpen piece to help ease the pressure on Dellin Betances and Andrew Miller finally happened when the Yankees obtained […]

by · February 1, 2016 · Sports
Can the Real Bronx Bombers Please Stand Up?

Can the Real Bronx Bombers Please Stand Up?

Can the Real Bronx Bombers Please Stand Up? By Chris Saunders The 2015 Season for the New York Yankees was anything but pleasant, when on July 31st Yankees lead the A. L. East Division by six games over the then […]

by · January 31, 2016 · Sports
Football History: The Road To the NFL Super Bowl Goes Thru The Bronx

Football History: The Road To the NFL Super Bowl Goes Thru The Bronx

More Bronx Football History and the Super Bowl…   By Victor Mastro The Modern Era Since 1973   Pro football has not been played in the Bronx since 1973. Nevertheless, the Bronx continues to contribute to the sport. At the […]

by · January 29, 2016 · History, Sports