(Ed Randall promoting his Fans for the Cure at the MLB All-Star Fan Fest in 2013 – Photo by Jason Schott)
For the seventh consecutive year, the Yankees will join with New York-Presbyterian, Columbia University Medical Center, Weill Cornell Medicine and Ed Randall’s Fans for the Cure (fans4thecure.org), to save the lives of their fans and employees from prostate cancer during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month by offering a free screening.
Prior to and during the 7:05 p.m. game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday, September 26, ticketed fans, game day employees and media members 40 years of age and older are encouraged to visit the area near Main Level Section 220 where medical personnel under the direction of Dr. James McKiernan, Urologist-in-Chief, New York-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center, will be standing by to administer quick and simple PSA blood tests to all who request one. Those fans will have the option of continuing on to the first aid room across the hall to take a digital rectal exam, a highly accurate marker for the disease.
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(A chance for the Red Bulls early on Sunday – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Red Bulls and the Philadelphia Union played to a scoreless draw on Sunday afternoon at Red Bull Arena.
The Red Bulls earned a point, and it was their fourth tie in a row starting with a 1-1 draw against NYCFC on August 25, followed by ties in Dallas and Chicago.
They now hold the sixth and final playoff spot with 42 points (12-6-10), just one point behind Atlanta United (43 points, 12-7-8). Atlanta tied Orlando City 3-3 in their game on Saturday. Columbus is in fourth place with 44 points (13-5-12).
Continue reading Red Bulls Can’t Find The Net Against Philly
The Swamp: Washington’s Murky Pool of Corruption, Cronyism, and Really Strange Creatures – and how Trump Can Drain It
By Eric Bolling
St. Martin’s Press
Former Fox News host Eric Bolling takes a look at “the swamp” of Washington D.C., by examining a dark history of the Republican and Democratic parties.
Bolling details national political scandals, high crimes and misdemeanors, and even events that should have been a blip on the radar and mushroomed into spiraling out-of-control controversies.
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(Citi Field – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Mets will be partnering with Queens Borough President Melinda Katz to hold a Hurricane Relief Drive next week at Citi Field to help those affected in Houston and Florida.
The Mets will be accepting donations at Citi Field next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (September 19-21) from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. in front of the Jackie Robinson Rotunda.
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(Justin Tuck and Osi Umenyiora taking down Tom Brady in Super Bowl XLII)
The New York Yankees announced that they will be hosting a special pregame ceremony recognizing the 10-year anniversary of the New York Football Giants’ 2007 Super Bowl Champions before Saturday’s game against Baltimore.
The Giants won that championship with a historic victory in Super Bowl XLII over the then-undefeated New England Patriots.
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LOU: Fifty Years of Kicking Dirt, Playing Hard, and Winning Big in the Sweet Spot of Baseball
By Lou Piniella, With Bill Madden
Lou Piniella’s career is defined by the indispensable role he played in the Yankees championship teams in 1977 and 1978, but that is just part of a historic baseball life that lasted almost 50 years.
Piniella was an accomplished manager, with his greatest achievement coming in 1990, when he led the Cincinnati Reds to an unexpected championship. He then went to the Seattle Mariners, where he had a great run as their manager. He led the Mariners to their first-ever playoff series win in the 1995 Division Series over the Yankees and to the most wins in a regular season in 2001. He then managed the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, where he could not get the expansion franchise going, and the Chicago Cubs, where he won a couple of division titles.
Continue reading BrooklynFans Of Books: Lou On George, Billy, And A Life In Baseball
(Carnesecca Arena – Photo by Jason Schott)
The St. John’s men’s basketball team finalized its 31-game schedule for 2017-18 on Tuesday with the Big East’s public release of the conference lineup.
St. John’s will play a total of 16 home games this season at Carnesecca Arena and Madison Square Garden, with seven of those contests on weekend dates.
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(Citi Field – Photo by Jason Schott)
The Mets announced that they will open the 2018 regular season on Thursday, March 29 vs. the St. Louis Cardinals.
That is part of a six-game homestand in which they will play three against the Cardinals, with the final two games of the series Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1, and a three-game set with the Phillies Monday, April 2 through Wednesday, April 4.
Continue reading Mets Release 2018 Schedule
(NYCFC’s Jack Harrison goes up for a loose ball against Portland’s Darlington Nagbe on Saturday – USA Today Sports)
New York City Football Club hosted two of the West’s best this week at Yankee Stadium, and came away with a 1-0 win over Sporting Kansas City on Wednesday in the rain, and FILL IN on Saturday against the Portland Timbers.
Wednesday’s game with Kansas City was slow to develop and, because of the wet conditions, chances were hard to come by.
Jack Harrison broke though in the 84th minute for the lone goal of the match. It was the forward’s ninth goal of the season, and first in nine games.
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LETTERMAN, The Last Giant Of Late Night
By Jason Zinoman
Harper Collins Publishers
When it was announced recently that David Letterman was returning to television with a new series on Netflix, there was an unmistakable buzz.
That is because there really is nobody like David Letterman.
After a record 33 years as host of a late night talk show, Late Night on NBC and the Late Show on CBS, his style and the importance of what he has to say still resonates.
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