Date archive for May, 2012
By Eddie Utley On Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Mets On The Move: Roster Shuffling Continues

The Mets designated Manny Acosta for assignment. I think I might have to start a “Mets On The Move” column with the way they keep coming and going. This past week we’ve seen some bullpen disasters, namely More...

By Gregg Snyder On Thursday, May 31st, 2012

Upstate NY Girls Lacrosse Team Announces Roster

The Upstate NY girls lacrosse just announced who will be on the roster at the seventh annual 2012 Under Armour Underclassmen Elite Stars Lacrosse Tournament. This is one of the most important regional annual tournaments More...

By Joseph Lisnow On Thursday, May 31st, 2012

NJ’s Frankie Edgar Looks to Revenge UFC Title Lose, Prove He’s the Best Fighter

New Jersey's Frankie Edgar will headline the card at UFC 150. As the UFC prepares to reach another milestone with UFC 150, New Jersey’s own Frankie Edgar looks to regain his spot as the pound-for-pound best More...

By Steven Farkas On Thursday, May 31st, 2012

New York Fury Take On The Philly Fever Tonight

The addition of Sinead Farrelly should help Paul Riley's New York Fury. Coming off their first loss of the season, The New York Fury take on the Philadelphia Fever tonight, 7pm at Hofstra University.  The Fever More...

By Deshawn Jelani On Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

NBA Draft Lottery: Brooklyn Nets Three Top Choices

There is plenty of talent to be had if the Nets can sneak into the top three during tonight's lottery selection process. The Brooklyn Nets will attempt to improve their current roster through the 2012 NBA Draft, More...

By Michael DiGiacomo On Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

Devils/Kings Stanley Cup Finals Preview: Proud to Be An American

Zach Parise (L) or Dustin Brown will be the first American born captain to raise the Cup since 1999. So, not only is John Denver full of you know what, so is Bing Crosby. The most wonderful time of the year starts More...

By Eddie Utley On Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

New York Mets Ready to Run the Gauntlet

Terry Collins and the Mets have begun a tough 25 game stretch against teams above .500. The Mets are two games through the 25-game gauntlet and, so far, are 1-1. The next 23 will be against teams above .500 and More...

By Michael DiGiacomo On Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

Game 6: A New “King” Hen-rique and Your Eastern Conference Champion NJ Devils

The 2012 Eastern Conference Champion, New Jersey Devils From the fans to the players, this series lived up to the hype. What better script could be written than defeating two division rivals en route to a 5th Stanley More...

By Elizabeth DiPietro On Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

Teixeira’s on the Mark, Gardner and Robertson Start Rehab Assignments

Mark Teixeira has been a hot hitter of late for the New York Yankees. A mere week ago, the New York Yankees were mired in an energy-zapping slump that saw the team fall to .500 after losing seven of their last ten More...

By DieHard Derek On Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
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Is Kurt Angle Serious About Olympic Run or Just Another Publicity Stunt?

Kurt Angle won Olympic gold in 1996. Since winning that medal, he has stated that he wanted to go back to amateur competition or to compete in Mixed Martial Arts. For one reason or another, it never happens. Angle More...

By Joseph Lisnow On Sunday, May 27th, 2012

UFC 146: Junior dos Santos Retains Title in a Night Showcased With Heavyweight Fights

The all heavyweight pay-per-view card UFC 146, a first in modern day UFC history, delivered a show where no fight on the main card surpassed the second round and witnessed Heavyweight Champion Junior dos Santos More...

By Philip Mathew On Saturday, May 26th, 2012

Cassel Dominant as Somerset Patriots Shutout Riversharks

Justin Cassel gave the Somerset Patriots the pitching performance it needed Friday night. The Somerset Patriots got back on the winning track with a 4-0 win over the Camden Riversharks at TD Bank Ballpark on Friday More...