(Gleyber Torres returning to the dugout after his second home run – Photo by Jason Schott)
Gleyber Torres dominated the Baltimore Orioles all season, and the second game of Monday’s doubleheader was no exception as he hit two home runs in the Yankees’ 11-8 win.
Continue reading GAME 2: Torres Trounces Orioles As Yanks Sweep Twinbill
(Gleyber Torres at-bat in the eighth inning of Game 1 – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Yankees opened their doubleheader on Monday with an 8-5 win over the Baltimore Orioles in Game 1, led by four home runs and a strong outing from starter James Paxton.
Continue reading GAME 1: Yankees Bash Birds With Long Ball Yet Again
The 2020 New York Yankees schedule was released on Monday, and here are the highlights:
Continue reading Yankees 2020 Schedule Released
25 years ago today was one of the most heartbreaking days in baseball history, as the players went on strike, never to return. The World Series was cancelled, something that was unthinkable considering it had never happened before The strike even dragged into 1995, shortening that season to 144 games.
Continue reading 1994 Yankees: What Could Have Been
(Jacob deGrom pitching for the Mets on Sunday – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Washington Nationals salvaged the final game of the series, as they held off the Mets, 7-4, at Citi Field on Sunday.
Continue reading Nats Salvage Finale, Deny Mets Perfect Homestand
(Mets Manager Mickey Callaway – Photo by Jason Schott)
Sunday, July 28th will go down as one of the most consequential days of the Mets’ season, and if they keep up this run and make it a special season, their history.
Continue reading A Look At The Day Mets’ Season Changed
The Yankees will play a separate-admission doubleheader on Monday against the Baltimore Orioles with Game 1 beginning at 1:05 p.m. and Game 2 beginning at 7:05 p.m.
Continue reading Yankees Doubleheader Monday: What You Need To Know
By Lisa Lutz
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Lisa Lutz is the New York Times bestselling, Alex Award-winning author of the Spellman Files series, as well as the novels Heads You Lose (with David Hayward), How to Start a Fire, and The Passenger. She has also written for film and TV, including HBO’s “The Deuce.” She lives part-time in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Continue reading BrooklynFans Of Books: “The Swallows” By Lisa Lutz
(Noah Syndergaard on the hill for the Mets – Photo by Jason Schott)
For the second straight night, the Mets came from behind late to beat the Washington Nationals, 4-3, on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd of 43,875 at Citi Field.
Continue reading Mets Stun Nats Again, With Guillorme One Of The Heroes
The Mets scored four runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to stun the Washington Nationals and win, 7-6, on Friday night at Citi Field.
Trailing by three runs heading into the inning, Todd Frazier hit a three-run homer to tie it and then Michael Conforto hit a deep shot to right field for the game-winning hit.
Continue reading Mets Stage Late Comeback, Walk-Off Against Washington