The Mets Have A Sweet 16-5 Party Against the Braves, Reyes Has a Game High 5 RBIs

It may not have been Jacob deGrom’s finest moment on the mound, but it was good enough to get a win against his former teammate, Braves newly crowned elder statesman, Bartolo Colon. The Mets bats crushed Colon for five-runs in three innings off a series of faulty sinkers, a far… Read more“The Mets Have A Sweet 16-5 Party Against the Braves, Reyes Has a Game High 5 RBIs”

Meet The New Fab Four

South Carolina coach Frank Martin, the guy with the flashy suits and tough love leadership, led his potent pack of underdogs into the Final Four for the first time in school history. Senior Sindarius Thornwell, determined to extend his final season, stole the thunder Florida guard Chris Chiozza garnered on… Read more“Meet The New Fab Four”

Meet Your 2017 Elite Eight

Sweet 16 Round-up Duke wasn’t the only ones who didn’t see South Carolina coming. SEC Player of the Year Sindarius Thornwell gives his Gamecocks the biggest woody of their collegiate careers with a 24-point performance, beating Baylor 70-50 to advance to the Elite Eight for the first time in school… Read more“Meet Your 2017 Elite Eight”

Lakers Lose Ground In Their Quest For The First Round Draft Pick By Beating The Phoenix Suns

In most cases fans would be thrilled for their team to snap an eight game losing streak, but Thursday night the Lakers picked the wrong time to be on the right side of a 122–110 victory. By beating the equally sorry Phoenix Suns, they fall further back from grabbing the… Read more“Lakers Lose Ground In Their Quest For The First Round Draft Pick By Beating The Phoenix Suns”

The Mets Get A Sigh Of Relief At Citi Field, Edge KC 2-1

After the Braves took a broom to the Mets at Citi Field, the Amazins got the perfect antidote from their bullpen when lead off batter Whit Merrifield ripped a liner off of Bartolo Colon’s right thumb. A manager’s worst nightmare turned into a sigh of relief as Hansel Robles came… Read more“The Mets Get A Sigh Of Relief At Citi Field, Edge KC 2-1”

LeBron Out MVPS The Reigning One To Force A Game 7

Yesterday I arrived in Martha’s Vineyard to attend the wedding of my childhood friend’s middle daughter. During this time of nuptials and the NBA Finals, I’m spending the weekend camped out in a cottage along with two other girlfriends whom I also grew up with. They both tolerate my love… Read more“LeBron Out MVPS The Reigning One To Force A Game 7”

Mets Sweep Braves At Turner Field

Matt Harvey wasn’t magnificent on Friday but he was good enough to get the job done and with a little help from his friend in right field, the Mets secured a 6-3 win in Atlanta. A host of Harvey’s pitches may have been clocked at 94 mph, but like a… Read more“Mets Sweep Braves At Turner Field”

Kevin Plawecki’s Two Run Single Restores Some Calm In Queens

At the start of the season, the best laid plans of mice and Mets have gone awry and manager Terry Collins seems clueless as to how to set things straight. Pitching has never been the problem, but today he put the arm of the twice surgically repaired relief pitcher Jim… Read more“Kevin Plawecki’s Two Run Single Restores Some Calm In Queens”

A Tale of Two Great NBA Players and a Hollywood Ending

Tonight was a tale of two basketball greats basking in the after glow of setting some records straight into the NBA books. Stephen Curry amassed a season high 402 from downtown – a mere companion piece to Golden State’s 73 wins with their coach Steve Kerr, who played on the… Read more“A Tale of Two Great NBA Players and a Hollywood Ending”