The Yankees and Boston Red Sox will play an historic two-game series in London in 2019, marking the first time Major League Baseball has played games in Europe, in the MLB London Series.
The announcement was made on Tuesday afternoon in London, and Yankees and Red Sox ownership were in attendance.
The Yankees were represented by Managing General Partner/Co-Chairperson Hal Steinbrenner and General Partner/Vice Chairperson Jennifer Steinbrenner Swindal; and Red Sox Principal Owner John W. Henry represented Boston.
This comes on a day that the Yankees and Red Sox will be starting a three-game series tonight at Yankee Stadium with each team holding the best two records in Major League Baseball.
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(Barclays Center – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Nets and Entercom, the nation’s unrivaled leader in sports radio, have reached a new multi-year agreement that extends the team’s broadcast rights with WFAN Sports Radio through the 2020-21 season.
These broadcast rights include airing regular season and any postseason games. In addition, WFAN will continue to be the home of the Nets in-depth pre-and-post-game coverage for all contests broadcast on the station.
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(The 1998 Yankees celebrating their world title)
From now until the end of the season, we will be comparing the current Yankees team with their 1998 World Championship team that won 114 games in the regular season.
Through 34 games:
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The Yankees during batting practice before a recent game – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Yankees beat the Cleveland Indians 5-2 on Saturday afternoon at The Stadium for their fifth straight win.
They have now won 14 of their last 15 games, the first time they have done that since 1998, a season in which they won 114 games.
After the Yankees acquired Giancarlo Stanton in December, adding the National League MVP to a team that came within one win of the World Series, comparisons to the 1998 team were inevitable.
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(Bradley Wright-Phillips (99) watches the first Red Bulls goal get past NYCFC goalkeeper Sean Johnson – USA Today Sports)
The Red Bulls routed New York City Football Club, 4-0, in the first installment of the Hudson River Derby on Saturday afternoon at Red Bull Arena.
It’s no exaggeration to say the Red Bulls wasted no time getting one on the board on this one, as Kaku slammed home a rebound from a Bradley Wright-Phillips shot in the second minute of the match.
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I’ll Be Gone In The Dark: One Woman’s Obsessive Search For The Golden State Killer
By Michelle McNamara
Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, $27.99
For over ten years in Northern California, a mysterious and violent predator committed fifty sexual assaults before he took his rampage to the southern part of the state, where he perpetrated ten sadistic murders.
Then, he disappeared, eluding capture by multiple police forces and some of the best detectives in the area.
Three decades later, Michelle McNamara, a true crime journalist who created the popular website TrueCrimeDiary.com, was determined to find the violent psychopath she called “the Golden State Killer.”
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(Miguel Andujar with Neil Walker during Thursday’s win – @Yankees)
The Yankees have made their slow start a distant memory, as they have won 12 of their last 13 games through Thursday’s come-from-behind win in Houston.
After a loss to Toronto at Yankee Stadium on Friday, April 20 left the Yankees at 9-9, they took the last two of that series against the Blue Jays and then swept the Minnesota Twins in a four-game set to close that homestand at 7-2.
They then hit the road, where they swept the Angels in dominating fashion, and then took three out of four in Houston over the defending champion Astros to improve to 21-10, just one game behind the Red Sox for first place in the American League East.
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(Greg St. Jean – @gstjean10)
St. John’s Red Storm men’s basketball assistant coach Greg St. Jean has been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) 30-under-30 list for 2017-18, which recognizes a group of up-and-coming young coaches in college basketball.
St. Jean is among 15 Division I coaches and one of just two from the Big East Conference to receive this distinguished honor.
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The NYC Chapter of the National Football Foundation & College Football Hall of Fame held their Elite Eleven Dinner on Tuesday night at the New York Athletic Club.
The 2018 Founder Award Winner went to the George M. Steinbrenner Family and the New York Yankees for their many contributions to amateur football in New York City.
National Football Foundation President and Chief Executive Officer Steve Hatchell was on hand to present the award.
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(Shamorie Ponds – @StJohnsBball)
The Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association (MBWA) awarded St. John’s sophomore Shamorie Ponds with the Haggerty Award presented annually to New York City’s collegiate player of the year.
Ponds becomes the 23rd player in St. John’s history, including the third Red Storm player in the last five years to receive the award named in honor of St. John’s basketball and baseball star Lieutenant Frank J. Haggerty.
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