The best tennis players in the world will touch down in Flushing, New York for the 2015 US Open beginning Monday, and this year’s tournament will be championed by Serena Williams’ pursuit of the calendar-year Grand Slam.
The New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox are on opposite ends of the spectrum as they prepare for a huge clash starting August 4.
The Basketball Tournament is nearing its finale, which will take place over two days at Fordham University in New York City on August 1-2.
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As the 2015 Major League Baseball season creeps up into July, New York Yankee fans have to be pleased with how their club has fared thus far.
On June 28, Yankee Stadium will host the season’s second clash between New York City FC and the New York Red Bulls.
The inaugural season for New York City FC carries on with the club’s game this weekend against the Houston Dynamo.
Things heat up in the month of June concerning the Yankees’ home slate, as they welcome some of baseball’s biggest and brightest young stars in the game today.
While many fans may be already planning their trips to the Bronx, it is interesting to note that many people simply assume that the secondary market is the place to go for the best deals on Yankee tickets.
Yankee Stadium is home to New York’s newest franchise. The MLS’s poster child for the 2015 season – along with Orlando City SC – is NYC FC, who sets to kick things off in the Bronx this Sunday against the New England Revolution.
This year’s game will be held at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, where Super Bowl tickets are significantly more expensive than the title game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium last February.
It has been quite a season so far for the Islanders, both on the ice and for their bottom line.
If the New York Islanders are trying to prove that they’re for real this year, they’ve made a great case for themselves this far into the young season.
The season did not start out the way the New York Giants had hoped. Few aspects of the team performed well in the seasoning opening 35-14 loss to the Detroit Lions on Monday night.
While the defending men’s champion, Rafael Nadal, withdrew due to injury before the tournament started, there are still enough stars on both the men’s and women’s side to keep demand high.