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Energized Mets Keep Going

Energized Mets Keep Going

By Rich Mancuso. Sports Editor After a long Thursday night at Citi Field that included two combined rain delays of three hours, the Mets continued their energy during this winning run since the all-star break. Manager Mickey Callaway said to […]

by · August 23, 2019 · Sports
Yankees Continue To Savage Umpires And It Needs To End

Yankees Continue To Savage Umpires And It Needs To End

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor Aaron Boone called his Yankees “Savages” in the box last month after he argued balls and strikes with a rookie umpire. And for the third time in a month the savages were at it again […]

by · August 17, 2019 · Uncategorized
Domingo Should Be Yankees Ace

Domingo Should Be Yankees Ace

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor The Yankees have an ace and Domingo German is the one. And come October manager Aaron Boone should have no doubt about his right-hander starting Game 1 of the AL Division Series. Bypass his innings […]

by · August 14, 2019 · Sports
Fordham relief pitcher Kyle Martin, delivers pitch during A-10 baseball game between St. Joseph and Fordham at Houlihan Park, in the Bronx, New York on April 13, 2017. (Credit: Robert Cole).

Coppola: Baseball The New & Improved Version

By William Coppola: Contributing Writer Bronx Chronicle Sports What would you do if you had a pitcher who had just thrown 99 pitches and is one out away from a three hit, eight strikeout, no walk, one nothing shutout? Well […]

by · August 12, 2019 · Sports
Sep 9, 2015; Washington, DC, USA; New York Mets left fielder Michael Conforto (30) hits an RBI single during the ninth inning against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park. New York Mets defeated Washington Nationals 5-3. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

The Mets turnaround

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor Take in all the factors of the game and Tuesday night at Citi Field, the Mets used them all. Pitching, defense, hitting, and that all combined again for the Mets fifth straight win. Yes it […]

by · August 7, 2019 · Sports
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Mets Pull A Trade And A Win

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor This is another ballgame when the trade deadline approaches. Days before the July 31 deadline and the Mets were first to make a major splash late Sunday afternoon, Moments after their fourth straight win Sunday,, […]

by · July 28, 2019 · Sports
Coppola: Back To The Future

Coppola: Back To The Future

By William Coppola: Contributor Bronx Chronicle As I watched the Long Island Ducks doubleheader Friday night vs. the Lancaster Barnstormers that began the second half of their season in the Atlantic League, I looked for any sign of all the […]

by · July 20, 2019 · Sports
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Coppola: Where Will Your Team Stand In October?

By William Coppola/ Contributor Columnist Bronx Chronicle The Yankees just made a trade with the Kansas City Royals Wednesday and obtained outfielder Terrance Gore for cash considerations. He is 28 -years old and has a total of sixty seven at […]

by · July 18, 2019 · Sports
Yankees Rained Out… Double-Header Thursday

Yankees Rained Out… Double-Header Thursday

Here are details about the Yankees rainout Wednesday night and the straight admission doubleheader scheduled for Thursday at Yankee Stadium between the Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays. TONIGHT’S YANKEES-RAYS GAME POSTPONED DUE TO THE FORECAST OF SEVERE WEATHER; WILL BE […]

by · July 17, 2019 · Sports
Coppola: Ready For More Bizarre Baseball Changes?

Coppola: Ready For More Bizarre Baseball Changes?

By William Coppola/ Sports Columnist Bronx Chrinicle Get ready fans, more changes could be on the way soon to the game of baseball or should we say the “Rob Manfred” game of baseball? On July 11th it was announced that Major […]

by · July 13, 2019 · Animal Issues, Sports
Expectations For Second Half

Expectations For Second Half

What To Expect In Second Half  Guess what? That unofficial second half of the season begins tomorrow night in the Bronx for the Yankees and down in Miami for the Mets. And sad to say the odds of another Subway […]

by · July 11, 2019 · Sports
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Coppola: I Remember When…

By William Coppola: Contributing Columnist For Bronx Chronicle I am so tired of saying, “I remember when” about things in my life. It seems like I say that more and more about baseball than anything else. I know that it […]

by · July 10, 2019 · Sports
Coppola: Mets Showed Fire

Coppola: Mets Showed Fire

By William Coppola: Contributing Writer for Bronx Chronicle Twas a sultry summer night in Queens NY when the New York Metropolitans took on their neighbors from the city of brotherly love, the Phillies. As Sun changed to rain, the start […]

by · July 7, 2019 · Sports
No Debate: Yankees Are The Better Team

No Debate: Yankees Are The Better Team

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor Jason Vargas lost his concentration,  Didi Gregorious hit a home run, Gio Urshela followed with one to left and made three defensive gems at third.  Domingo German had a successful return from the injured list […]

by · July 4, 2019 · Sports
Where Were You In 1969 When Mets Did The Amazing?

Where Were You In 1969 When Mets Did The Amazing?

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor This columnist was 7-years old in the Bronx, the Arthur Avenue Boy and one of a very few Mets fans that had to take abuse from the borough favorite Yankees fans. So it is obvious […]

by · June 29, 2019 · Sports