Date archive for September, 2011
By Nathaniel Cooke Jr. On Friday, September 30th, 2011
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The Top 5 New York Giants of All Time

During the illustrious history of the NY Giants, various great players have blessed the white and blue armor. The New York Giants have participated in four super bowls, and won three. When you think about the history More...

By Gregg Snyder On Friday, September 30th, 2011

New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers: 2011 ALDS Preview

The New York Yankees host the Detroit Tigers in Game 1 of their American League Division Series matchup tonight at Yankee Stadium. First pitch is scheduled for 8:37pm. This is an intriguing series. New York enters More...

By Gregg Snyder On Friday, September 30th, 2011

Through Enemy Eyes: A Syracuse Take On Rutgers

The Rutgers Scarlet Knights open up Big East play this weekend with a trip to the Carrier Dome to take on the Syracuse Orange. Saturday’s kickoff is scheduled for 12:08pm. Syracuse enters this game at 3-1 More...

By Rich Mancuso On Friday, September 30th, 2011

Do The Yankees Have Enough To Go All The Way?

By Rich Mancuso We get to October and post season baseball. The New York Yankees are there again as AL East champions, the 17th time which surpassed the Atlanta Braves. And for Yankees fans, the organization, and More...

By Marvin Turner On Friday, September 30th, 2011

Jets Look To D-Liver On Big Stage

When the lights come on at 8pm Sunday night in Baltimore, the Jets defense will be ready. The performance we saw out of the Jets defense against the Raiders was very uncharacteristic to say the least. I can assure More...

By Leslie Monteiro On Friday, September 30th, 2011

Nothing Can Touch Wednesday’s Baseball Moment

Today starts Major League Baseball’s 2011 postseason, but people are still buzzing about the recent turn of baseball events that took place on Wednesday night. Most folks claimed Wednesday night was the best moment More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Yanks Will Try To Tame Tigers in ALDS; Sox Not Invited to AL Playoff Party

It took a full 162 games for everything to be set in stone.  Last night a Texas win determined that the Yankees would play the Detroit Tigers in the American League Division Series.  A Boston loss coupled with More...

By Matt Kardos On Thursday, September 29th, 2011

By Losing Reyes, Mets Would Alienate Their Fans

Take a moment and rewind back to June 10, 2003. In an otherwise meaningless inter-league game between the New York Mets and Texas Rangers at the Ballpark at Arlington, the Mets were set to drop the curtain on their More...

By Rich Mancuso On Thursday, September 29th, 2011

Sergio Martinez Is The True Middleweight Champ If He Handles England’s Darren Barker

By Rich Mancuso Lou DiBella continues to say that Sergio Martinez is the number one fighter in the world. His middleweight champion does not have the title, stripped because of boxing politics. So after wins over More...

By Rich Mancuso On Thursday, September 29th, 2011

The Last Day At Citi Field With The Mets Had Some Highlights

Jose Reyes was the major agenda at Citi Field Wednesday afternoon as the New York Mets concluded their third straight losing season with a 3-0 win over the Cincinnati Reds. Playing his last game as a New York Met, More...

By Rich Mancuso On Wednesday, September 28th, 2011

Nonito Donaire Just Wants The Right Opportunity And It Is Coming

Maybe Nonito Donaire needed the deserved attention last week when he appeared in New York City with Miguel Cotto and Antonio Margarito. He will defend his bantamweight title, at the WAMU Theatre at Madison Square More...

By Darius Amos On Tuesday, September 27th, 2011

Same name, hopefully winning results for Nets in Brooklyn

With the move to Brooklyn roughly one year away, the Nets organization could have done a simple thing to help erase a history that, save a handful of overachieving seasons, has been close to an embarrassment. I’ll More...