(Jack Harrison in the special Earth Day jersey – provided by NYCFC)
New York City Football Club will wear specially designed adidas Parley Ocean Plastic jerseys at their home match on Sunday, April 23 at Yankee Stadium against Orlando City SC.
This activation comes as adidas and MLS join forces with Parley for the Oceans to raise awareness around the harmful impact of marine plastic pollution.
Four MLS teams will wear the new uniforms—which are made from technical yarns containing Parley Ocean Plastic —but they will be seen on-pitch for the first time Sunday afternoon.
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(Overhead view of the bullpen terraces – Photos by Jason Schott)
The Yankees have conducted surveys of their fans the past few seasons, and many of their ideas on how to improve the Yankee Stadium experience are reflected in the enhancements for the 2017 season.
Continue reading Yankees Unveil Stadium Enhancements For New Season
(Thomas McNamara celebrates with Maxi Morales – USA Today Sports)
Thomas McNamara delivered the winning goal for New York City Football Club just four minutes after entering the game to deliver a 2-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes.
McNamara came on in the 63rd minute for Andrea Pirlo, and he got a feed from Ronald Matarrita for the big goal.
Continue reading NYCFC’s Super Sub Downs San Jose
The Red Bulls have signed two-time MLS Golden Boot Winner Bradley Wright-Phillips to a new, multi-year MLS contract, the club announced on Wednesday.
With the new deal, Wright-Phillips will now occupy a Designated Player spot on the roster. The London native is the franchise’s all-time leader in career goals in MLS with 70, and across all competitions, 78. He also holds franchise records for career hat tricks with four, multi-goal games (16) and game-winning goals (20).
Continue reading BWP, Red Bulls All-Time Leading Scorer, Signs Extension
(Red Bulls and Real Salt Lake entering the field – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Red Bulls and Real Salt Lake played a contentious match with a lot of drama, but neither team could find the net in the 0-0 draw on Saturday afternoon at Red Bull Arena.
The Red Bulls had plenty of chances, as they poured in 18 shots, with five high-quality chances on net. Real Salt Lake had 12 shots, with five on net as well.
Continue reading Red Bulls, Real Salt Lake Battle To A Scoreless Draw
(Manchester City and Liverpool at Yankee Stadium in the ICC in 2014 – Photo by Jason Schott)
The International Champions Cup is in its fifth season, and this is perhaps its strongest schedule yet.
The summer soccer tournament in the United States features an installment of the Clasico between Real Madrid and Barcelona in Miami on July 29, and the Manchester Derby on July 20 between Manchester United and Manchester City.
It is still to be determined where Man U will play Man City, but there is reason to believe it could be Yankee Stadium. Man City is joint owners with the Yankees of New York City Football Club, and Yankee Stadium has not had an ICC game since Man City played Liverpool in 2014, so they are due to have a game in this tournament.
Continue reading The Soccer World’s Best In The U.S. This Summer
(Citi Field – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Mets announced that the previously scheduled exhibition game at West Point on Friday, March 31 has been relocated to Citi Field.
The first pitch is scheduled for 1:10 p.m. The change of venue follows last week’s snow storm in the Hudson Valley which impacted the playing field at West Point.
Continue reading Mets To Face Army At Citi Field
(NYCFC’s Rodney Wallace vies for the ball against Montreal’s Victor Cabrera – USA Today Sports)
New York City Football Club gave up a late goal to walk out with just a 1-1 draw with the Montreal Impact at a frigid Yankee Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
This was a tough day for either side to get anything going on offense, as a rain and snow mix came down throughout the game.
Continue reading NYCFC Draws With Montreal
(Clark Kellogg with the author – Photo by Derrel Johnson)
Clark Kellogg will be giving commentary in the studio for CBS and Turner Sports’ coverage of the NCAA Tournament.
I caught up with Kellogg at March Madness Media Day, and we chatted about Villanova, the Big East, and the issue of paying players in college sports.
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(Jim Nantz – Photo by Jason Schott)
Jim Nantz will be the lead announcer for CBS and Turner Sports’ coverage of the NCAA Tournament, and will be working with Bill Raftery and Grant Hill.
I caught up with Nantz recently, and we discussed Villanova’s buzzer-beater to win the championship last year, the retirement of his former CBS colleague Brent Musburger, the Super Bowl, and the future of golfer Tiger Woods.
Continue reading Nantz on Nova Buzzer-Bearer, Musburger, & Tiger