Author Archives: Gina Sorce

Life After Baseball: Catching Up With Bernie Williams & Mariano Rivera

Former New York Yankee and fan favorite Bernie Williams left the game of baseball behind seven years ago, but he has not skipped a beat in finding ways to stay active.  Williams

THE BRONX IS BURNING: THE SEQUEL, STARRING: ALEX RODRIGUEZ

The New York Yankees are one of the most storied franchises in the history of sports. With 27 World Series Titles, 40 American League Pennants, and the highest payroll in all of

YOU NEVER FORGET YOUR FIRST INTERNSHIP- A SUMMER OF CAN-AM LEAGUE BASEBALL

When someone asks me where I envision my future career, my answer always seems to catch them off guard. “I want to work in baseball.” “Oh, really? How, uh, interesting.” That’s usually

BOOMER & CARTON BY MORNING, SCRANTON BY AFTERNOON: HOW THE HELL DID WE PULL THIS OFF?

February 14, 2013 started off as your average Valentine’s Day for a single girl. I woke up and decided against acknowledging the significance of the “holiday.” Instead, I was way too excited

“NO DOUBT” JETER WILL RETURN THIS SEASON

New York Yankees captain and shortstop Derek Jeter held a press conference Thursday to discuss his process in recovering from a troublesome left ankle injury. At the news conference at Yankee Stadium, Jeter said

Kuroda shuts down Orioles, Yankees Take Series

Yankees starting pitcher Hiroki Kuroda dominated the Baltimore Orioles Sunday night, throwing a complete game shutout and leading the Yankees to a 3-0 victory. Kuroda held the O’s to five singles and

The Man Behind the Roll Call: “Bald” Vinny Milano

As many of you know, I am a diehard New York Yankees fan, and while I was growing up, I was fortunate enough to go to countless Yankees games with my mom,

Yankees Turn Triple Play in Win Over O’s

The New York Yankees turned one of the rarest triple plays in history Friday night against the Baltimore Orioles. The Yankees became the first team to record a 4-6-5-6-5-3-4 putout, which was

Yankees Recap: Yankees Win Third Straight; Jeter Injury Update

Robinson Cano, Yankees second baseman, is on fire. In Tuesday’s game against the Cleveland Indians, Cano blasted his third home run in two games, driving in five runs. The Yankees trampled the

CC and Yankees Avoid Sweep by Shutting Out Tigers

CC Sabathia pitched seven scoreless innings Sunday against the Detroit Tigers, leading the Yankees to a 7-0 victory. Sabathia walked three and struck out four in his second outing of the season

Yankees Recap: Pettitte restores order in the Bronx

It was a night of firsts. Veteran pitcher Andy Pettitte restored order in the Bronx Thursday against the Boston Red Sox, leading the Yankees to a 4-2 victory. Pettitte held the Sox

Kuroda injured in Yankees loss to the Red Sox

New York Yankees starter Hiroki Kuroda was forced to leave last night’s game in the second inning after taking a line drive off his pitching hand. After undergoing X-Rays, Kuroda was diagnosed with a