Two Sides Of Glory Delivers Red Sox’s Take On ’86 World Series
Way to go, Erik Sherman. Now, baseball fans know the flip side of the 1986 World Series. October 25, 1986. Game 6 - New York Mets and Boston Red Sox. 55,078 baseball fans rocking Shea Stadium in Flushing, Queens. History is in the making. The hometown Mets are down to their last strike in the 10th i…
Syracuse Mets Ready For 2021 Season Opener
After having their entire 2020 season wiped away due to COVID-19, the Syracuse Mets are ready to resume playing a full 120 game Triple-A East schedule. The club will be playing 60 home games on the city's North Side at NBT Bank Stadium.
Puma Dishes Behind-The-Scenes Mets Stories In New Book
In the clubhouse, on the field, or from the press box, Mike Puma is no stranger to the New York Mets. Every once and a while a book comes along that you'll want to hold onto, with plans to read a second or third time. Mike Puma's If These Walls Could Talk - Stories from the New York Mets …
Requiem For A Heavyweight – Boxing Great Wepner Battling Cancer
Boxing legend Chuck Wepner is 82-years-old, and he's still fighting.
Wagner’s Love Of Baseball Spurs Book Series
Jeff Wagner loves baseball, and especially the San Francisco Giants. They Played Baseball For The Giants? - A History Of Forgotten Players From New York To San Francisco (www.mascotbooks.com) is a 63-page fun read.
Amazin’ Mets Garrett Credits Family For Championship Career
It was no accident that Wayne Garrett played 10 MLB seasons. Garrett had a pretty good run in baseball. 40-plus years since he took his last swings at the plate for the Chunichi Dragons of of Japan's Central League, Garrett is living the good life.
Kornhauser’s Cup Of Coffee Club Book Offers Tales Of One-Game Wonders
Jacob Kornhauser can relate to the common baseball player. The Cup Of Coffee Club : 11 Players And Their Brush With Baseball History Kornhauser's first book, is a winner.
Athletics’ Mascot Cremains Guarded By Finley
Every once and awhile, there's a feel-good story just waiting for proper attention. No contract reporting. No labor talks to speak of. No unhappy ballplayer demanding a trade.
Nets Radio Voice Tim Capstraw Has Utica Pride
Tim Capstraw has game. At the start of the NBA's eight-day mid-season break this past Thursday, most players and front office staff are taking advantage of mandated downtime. Tonight's all-star game held at State Farm Arena in Atlanta is a marquee event. It also allows for those not partic…
Day Retiring After Half Century In Professional Baseball
Boots Day has a plan. After 55 years in professional baseball, the Ilion native and former Montreal Expo is putting a uniform on for one last season.