Schwartz: Persevering Red Bulls Have An Eye On A ByeDespite their current 13-game unbeaten streak, the Red Bulls still have some work to do.
Schwartz: New York Riveters, NWHL Set To Start Year 2After launching last season as part of the brand new National Women’s Hockey League, the New York Riveters are preparing for their second campaign.
Schwartz: Spring League Of American Football Set To Debut In 2018The 10-game SLAF season will run from April through early July, and the players can try out for the league when their college eligibility expires.
Schwartz: Daughter Of New Knicks Coach Is A Rising Media StarLast month, Abby Hornacek joined 120 Sports, the only digital-first video network of its kind combining real-time commentary and live footage.
Schwartz: Felipe, Red Bulls Looking For Way To Close Out GamesOn five occasions this season the Red Bulls have let second-half, two-goal leads vanish, including in this past Sunday’s draw in Toronto.
Schwartz: Red Bulls' Kljestan Is Sitting On Top Of The WorldThe way things have been going recently for Sacha Kljestan, you had to figure that something good was in the cards for him Thursday night.
Schwartz: Boxing To Be Big Part Of New Nassau ColiseumDuring its first 43 years of existence, the original Nassau Coliseum saw its share of heavyweights throwing punches.
Schwartz: 130 Years Of Baseball History Up For Sale At Christie's AuctionThe two-day auction in October at Christie’s auction house in Manhattan will feature 485 lots covering over 130 years of baseball history.
Schwartz: MetroStars/Red Bulls Franchise Reflects On 9/11The morning of Sept. 11, 2001 began as a typical weekday for Mike Petke.
Schwartz: Sadly, There's No Opting Out Of Islanders Arena TalkWhere will the Islanders be playing in five years? Who the heck knows. This franchise's nomadic ways are getting pretty old pretty quickly.
Schwartz: Cosmos Star Hunter Freeman Bids FarewellIn an unusual situation, Freeman played two final matchesfor the Cosmos knowing that his time with New York was over.
Schwartz: American Express Fan Experience Gives US Open Ticketholders Chance To Feel Like A Tennis StarThe marquee feature of the experience is the Pro Walk, as fans get to virtually experience the journey that a player makes from the locker room to stepping onto center court at Arthur Ashe Stadium in front over 20,000 fans.

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