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Hot Stove Report: Should The Yankees Keep Teixeira In Pinstripes For 2017?

Hot Stove Report: Should The Yankees Keep Teixeira In Pinstripes For 2017?

This article was originally published on Outside Pitch MLB.  Just because the 2016 season has yet to start doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead to 2017. The New York Yankees believed they had a full proof plan for this year and beyond. […]

by · March 1, 2016 · Sports
Hot Stove Report: The ‘Rites of Spring’ for New York Baseball

Hot Stove Report: The ‘Rites of Spring’ for New York Baseball

The “Rites” of Spring for New York baseball   By Rich Mancuso/Sports Editor   The seven week countdown has started to opening day in the Bronx when the first pitch is thrown at Yankee Stadium. But the defending NL champion […]

by · February 23, 2016 · Sports
Hot Stove Report: NY Yankees Turn To Top Prospects

Hot Stove Report: NY Yankees Turn To Top Prospects

So you’re saying the NY Yankees have a chance? By Chris Saunders By the looks of the MLB Hot stove season, New York Yankees are not making any big free agent signings ahead of the 2016 season. The best available […]

by · February 20, 2016 · Sports
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
Yoenis Cespedes, NY Mets

The Cespedes Drama and Return to the Mets

The Cespedes Drama and Return to the Mets   By Rich Mancuso   It was going to get done because Yoenis Cespedes continually said his desire was to remain in New York and that team he wanted was the New […]

by · January 24, 2016 · Sports
The Legacy of Roberto Clemente Remembered

The Legacy of Roberto Clemente Remembered

Understanding the legacy of Roberto Clemente is the Number   By Rich Mancuso   Roberto Clemente the first Hispanic ballplayer enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame has many roots in the Bronx. There are schools, community centers and baseball […]

by · January 6, 2016 · Local News, News, Sports
Yankees Get Aroldis Chapman for the Pen: Does the Trade make sense?

Yankees Get Aroldis Chapman for the Pen: Does the Trade make sense?

Yankees Get Chapman for the Pen: Does the Trade make sense? By Rich Mancuso On one hand the New York Yankees trade for lefthander Aroldis Chapman for four minor leaguers does make sense. Then there are the questions that loom […]

by · December 29, 2015 · Sports
Yankees get younger and Mets with questions

Yankees get younger and Mets with questions

Yankees get younger and Mets with questions by Rich Mancuso Ben Zobrist to the Chicago Cubs earned the New York Mets a failing grade. Starlin Castro coming to the Bronx got the Yankees the “A” in two of the biggest […]

by · December 9, 2015 · Sports
Collins Mets Contract Extension In One Word: Leader

Collins Mets Contract Extension In One Word: Leader

Collins Mets contract extension and here is why By Rich Mancuso   Forget about that ninth inning Sunday night at Citi Field. Matt Harvey convinced his manager to keep him in there and Terry Collins made a decision that probably […]

by · November 8, 2015 · Sports
Bronx native Monell proud of his Mets teammates World Series run

Bronx native Monell proud of his Mets teammates World Series run

  Bronx native Monell proud of his Mets teammates despite falling short By Rich Mancuso   Sunday evening Johnny Monell watched his New York Mets teammates lose Game 5 of the World Series at his home in Southern New Jersey. […]

by · November 3, 2015 · Sports
Mancuso: Cold Comfort For Mets Fans

Mancuso: Cold Comfort For Mets Fans

Only comfort is Mets have one more shot Sunday night By Rich Mancuso     They know it is a tough situation. One more loss Sunday night and this marvelous season of New York Mets baseball is over. And it […]

by · November 1, 2015 · Sports
Former Major League All-star Minnie Minoso, Dead At 90

Former Major League All-star Minnie Minoso, Dead At 90

Orestes “Minnie” Minoso died Sunday at 90. Mr. Minoso, a seven-time American League All-Star, was the first black Cuban player in Major League Baseball. After a stellar 1951 season, he became “Mr. White Sox.” During his career, Minnie Minoso led the […]

by · March 2, 2015 · Announcements, Obituary, Sports