Levittown North Baseball is set to hold its second annual All-Star Benefit, a series of four games that will raise money for J.A.C.K
Growing up, Nate Checketts had a big advantage over his friends, at least those that were big sports fans.
“It will be our real home forever.” Spoken like a true Islanders fan.
“I think that every day I step onto the field, it’s for him,” New York defenseman Kyle Hartzell says. “I play for him. I let it be known that my dad was a big part of my life.”
“His sponsorship dollars will increase,” said Rosner. “His appearance fees will increase. He’s got everything going for him.”
After partnering with MLS to produce trading cards two years ago, Topps has teamed up with MLS WORKS, the league’s community outreach initiative, to create the “Topps Healthy Habits Card.”
Yeah, Nassau Coliseum is a dump. There’s no question about it. But just like Mets fans felt about Shea Stadium, the Coliseum was my dump.
“I’ve never stopped loving them,” Ed Anzalone says of the Jets. “I love them more than ever. I’m at every game. I’ve never missed a game.” But it’s a lot harder to pick him out of the crowd.
“A Toast to the Coliseum” will take place on Friday, April 10 at Chateau Briand in Carle Place on Long Island.
The New York Cosmos were a global sensation back in the day. It’s only fitting, as part of their ongoing reincarnation as a soccer power, that they get the ball rolling in Havana.
TEST has gained a reputation as one of the best facilities in the country for preparing for the combine and Pro Days.
As the third baseman tries to help lead the Mets to the postseason, he’s already part of a winning team as a partner with MISSION Athletecare, the leading brand in thermoregulation.
As a parent of two boys, I’ve seen the good, bad and ugly of organized athletics. This film, which debuts Wednesday on Nicktoons, is a refreshing look at how to do things the right way.
“Coliseum Conversation,” presented by The Lifestyle Sports and Entertainment Group, will take place on Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Madison Theatre on the campus of Molloy College in Rockville Centre.
Generally, a new general manager or sporting director is given clearance to bring in his own people, but in his case Ali Curtis found himself in a tough spot.