(Lobster, shrimp, and crab rolls at Luke’s Lobster)
If you want a taste of Maine and an authentic lobster roll here in Brooklyn, Luke’s Lobster has what you need.
The summer heat might still be in full affect, but football season is here. The new NFL season kicks off this weekend, which means football fans across the country are already picking their fantasy draft names and planning their first tailgate.
A celebrated American tradition, tailgating brings friends and family together for a pre-game feast.
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(Richmond County Bank Ballpark at St. George, the home of the Staten Island Yankees – Photo by Jason Schott)
Earlier this summer, the Staten Island Yankees announced they they would have an online contest to re-brand the team for the 2017 season.
After receiving more than 2,000 fan submissions during their “Name the Team” Contest, the Staten Island Yankees have narrowed the new name of the franchise down to five finalists.
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Solomon Wilcots has calling games for the NFL on CBS since 2001 and he will be working this season with Spero Dedes.
I caught up with Wilcots recently and we talked about the Giants, Tom Coughlin, the Patriots, and the Colin Kaepernick controversy.
Jason Schott: What themes do you see in the NFL this season?
Solomon Wilcots: In the AFC, we’ve been used to watching Denver, we’ve been used to watching New England, this Tom Brady/Peyton Manning sort of rivalry, and it’s no more. We need to step back and take that in, that this is the first time in almost 20 years we’ve played a season without Peyton Manning. I know he was out in 2011, but really with no rivalry. So with that being said, the AFC is going to shift a little bit.
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(Frank Lampard saluting the fans after a goal – USA Today Sports)
New York City FC midfielder Frank Lampard was voted Major League Soccer Player of the Week by the North American Soccer Reporters (NASR) for the 26th week of the 2016 MLS season.
Lampard was named MLS Player of the Month for July, a month in which he scored six goals and added one assist
Since making his debut on June 18, Lampard has been on a tear, now ranking in the top 10 in goals in the MLS after scoring all 11 of his tallies in the previous 13 matches.
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On Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced that Curtis Granderson was named the New York Mets 2016 nominee for the prestigious Roberto Clemente Award, the most prominent individual player award bestowed by MLB.
Granderson will be recognized on the field prior to the Mets’ home game on Tuesday, September 20
The Roberto Clemente Award is the annual recognition of a player from each MLB Club who best represents the game of baseball through extraordinary character, community involvement, philanthropy and positive contributions, both on and off the field.
Each Club nominates one current player to be considered for the Roberto Clemente Award in tribute to Clemente’s achievements and character.
Wednesday, September 7 marks the fifteenth annual Roberto Clemente Day, which was established by Major League Baseball to honor Clemente’s legacy and to officially acknowledge local Club nominees of the Roberto Clemente Award.
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(Frank Lampard gets the step on DC’s Rob Vincent – USA Today Sports)
Frank Lampard had a night dreams are made of Thursday night at Yankee Stadium.
New York City Football Club honored Lampard before the game for reaching 300 career goals, and he followed that up with two goals on the night to give NYCFC a huge 3-2 win over DC United.
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YES Network announcer Ian Eagle is excited about the new era of the Brooklyn Nets, led by General Manager Sean Marks.
Eagle is encouraged by how Marks is building this team, the hiring of Head Coach Kenny Atkinson, and the signing of point guard Jeremy Lin.
I caught up with Eagle at a the NFL on CBS media day, and here is our conversation:
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The Long Island Nets, the D-League affiliate of the Brooklyn Nets, will be playing their inaugural season starting this fall at Barclays Center.
This is before the Long Island Nets move to the renovated Nassau Coliseum in 2017.
The Long Island Nets recently released their schedule for the 2016-17 regular season, which opens on the road against the Windy City Bulls on November 11. They will host the Canton Charge on November 23 in the team’s home opener at Barclays Center.
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New York Red Bulls midfielder Sacha Kljestan is getting the recognition he deserves.
Klejestan has been added to the U.S. Men’s National Team roster ahead of a pair of World Cup Qualifiers in the Semifinal Round. He will join the team for training in Jacksonville ahead of the first match against St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Friday, September 2 at 3:30 p.m. ET. Four days later, the team closes out Group C action against Trinidad & Tobago on September 6 at 8 p.m.
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Bradley Wright-Phillips scored yet again on Sunday afternoon to increase his Red Bulls scoring record and it was the difference as they beat the New England Revolution, 1-0, at Red Bull Arena.
Wright-Phillips set the record in the Red Bulls’ prior home game, on August 13 vs. Montreal, and fans were greeted by a new sign commemorating the achievement. (pictured above)
It is like a scoreboard that will tally how many goals BWP racks up, and it took 55 minutes into this one for it to change from “60” to “61.”
Wright-Phillips was in perfect position on the right side to corral a rebound from New England goalkeeper Brad Knighton and drill it to give the Red Bulls the 1-0 edge. It was his team-leading 16th goal of the season.
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