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Baseball On Hold And That Is Secondary

Baseball On Hold And That Is Secondary

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor We look at the situation and sports are shut down. Sports, as much as we use as a diversion, is secondary at this point as the Coronavirus Pandemic crisis is here for the time being. […]

by · March 25, 2020 · Sports
We Wait With Sports In The Dark

We Wait With Sports In The Dark

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor Fordham did not get the opportunity to pull of an upset. Neither did other conference teams or the field of 68, as March Madness and the NCAA Tournament was suspended. All of sports is in […]

by · March 13, 2020 · Sports
Possible Impacts On Sports With Coronavirus Virus Cases

Possible Impacts On Sports With Coronavirus Virus Cases

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor With the number of coronavirus cases increasing there is also a watch and cautious approach that could impact sports in New York. Already major sporting events have been suspended or closed to the public in […]

by · March 9, 2020 · Sports
Yankees Name RHP Deivi Garcia and 1B Chris Gittens Winners of the 2019 Kevin Lawn Awards

Yankees Name RHP Deivi Garcia and 1B Chris Gittens Winners of the 2019 Kevin Lawn Awards

The New York Yankees announced that right-handed pitcher Deivi García and first baseman Chris Gittens were named winners of the 2019 Kevin Lawn Award as the Yankees’ minor league “Pitcher of the Year” and “Player of the Year,” respectively.   The annual awards are […]

by · March 7, 2020 · Sports
Until Further Notice Judge Is Not The Face

Until Further Notice Judge Is Not The Face

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor “I don’t see him ready for Opening Day because of the time frame.”  So what is wrong with Aaron Judge? What is the status of Giancarlo Staton. We do know, Yankees GM Brian Cashman provided […]

by · March 4, 2020 · Sports
Gleyber Back At Short And Expected To Hit Home Runs

Gleyber Back At Short And Expected To Hit Home Runs

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor Gleyber Torres hit his first home run of the spring Saturday afternoon. The Yankees expect a lot of those long balls to be hit as Opening Day awaits in three weeks.   The home run went […]

by · March 1, 2020 · Sports, Uncategorized
Yankees Will Find A Way With Injury Setbacks

Yankees Will Find A Way With Injury Setbacks

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor One after another and injuries as it was last year for the Yankees. They set the MLB record for injured players last season, 30, and replacements were capable of getting them 100 wins and a […]

by · February 27, 2020 · Sports
Coppola:  Being Hit By The Pitch Never Hurt This Much

Coppola: Being Hit By The Pitch Never Hurt This Much

By William Coppola: Bronx Chronicle Sports Commissioner Rob Manfred issued a warning to all teams, other than the Houston Astros, to not throw at Houston players this season.” Throwing to hurt a defenseless player has always bothered me and should never […]

by · February 17, 2020 · Sports
Yoenis Cespedes Can’t Remain Silent And Fans Deserve Better

Yoenis Cespedes Can’t Remain Silent And Fans Deserve Better

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor “Not today, not tomorrow, not at all this year.”  Welcome to the 2020 baseball season of Yoenis Cespedes. Yes, those were his comments, Monday, when he emerged on the field down in Port St. Lucie. […]

by · February 17, 2020 · Sports
in game six of the 2017 World Series at Dodger Stadium on October 31, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Time For Beltran And Cora To Speak About Cheating Scandal

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor Jose Altuve, Carlos Correa. Alex Bregman. They, and some of the other culprits of the 2017 Houston Astros sign stealing cheating scandal  faced the media for the first time Thursday at their West Palm Beach […]

by · February 14, 2020 · Sports
Yankees Have A Spot In Rotation With Paxton Injury

Yankees Have A Spot In Rotation With Paxton Injury

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor With James Paxton the Yankees are that much stronger with their starting rotation. He is the first and early casualty injury and out of the rotation for what is expected to be four months with […]

by · February 11, 2020 · Sports
in game six of the 2017 World Series at Dodger Stadium on October 31, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.

Coppola: Astroland: Brooklyn to Houston

By William Coppola: Contributor Bronx Chronicle Sports Once upon a time. there was a place called Astroland in Coney Island, Brooklyn, that first opened in 1962. The same year that the Mets and the Houston Colt 45’s, who later became […]

by · February 10, 2020 · Sports
Apr 1, 2013; New York, NY, USA; Mr. Met tosses t-shirts into the stands during the seventh inning stretch of a MLB opening day game between the New York Mets and the San Diego Padres at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Mets And Wilpons: A Longer Stay For Sure

By Rich Mancuso/ Sports Editor So what was going to happen was not with the Mets. The Wilpons sale to Steve Cohen is no more and the questions will continue as to why this deal went the other way. You […]

by · February 7, 2020 · Sports
JON MATLACK, RON DARLING AND EDGARDO ALFONZO TO BE INDUCTED INTO THE METS HALL OF FAME

JON MATLACK, RON DARLING AND EDGARDO ALFONZO TO BE INDUCTED INTO THE METS HALL OF FAME

AL JACKSON TO RECEIVE THE METS HOF ACHEVEMENT AWARD The New York Mets today announced that LHP Jon Matlack, RHP Ron Darling and infielder Edgardo Alfonzo will be inducted into the Mets Hall of Fame on Sunday, May 17 prior […]

by · January 28, 2020 · Sports
Coppola: Getting Back To Baseball

Coppola: Getting Back To Baseball

By William Coppola: Contributor Bronx Chronicle Sports Today I think it is time to begin the healing in baseball. How do we put all that we have seen in the past few weeks, of what is bad in baseball, behind […]

by · January 17, 2020 · Sports