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Yanks Honor Schoharie With Touching Scoreboard Tribute
Most baseball fans in attendance, and watching on TV, will remember last nights Yankee game for the heartbreaking way the season came to an end at the expense of the Red Sox. For many other fans, especially here in the Capital Region, we will remember the heartwarming way the game began: with classy, warm, touching tribute that honored the victims of the Schoharie tragedy.
Yanks vs Sox: Who You Got?
I seriously can't wait for these two teams to battle it out in the ALDS starting on Friday night.  I'm a lifelong Yankee fan and nothing would please me more than to beat the Sox and advance one step closer to the World Series. I'm also a realist. This is a very tough task as the Red Sox have had a monster year winning a million games. Who are you taking between these two heated - and hated - riva
A View From The Ballpark This Dad Will Never Forget
A little over 4 years ago, when I first told my dad that he was going to be a granddaddy to a little boy, I had a hard time holding back tears.  I think he did too.  Moments later he went upstairs to the attic and came down with a little piece of my childhood. He appeared a few minutes later holding an old baseball glove - that he had been storing - from my high school baseball playing days.  A 30
Enormous “Racism” Banner Draped At Red Sox Game (PIC)
I turned on ESPN to watch a little baseball Wednesday night, and didn't even notice the score between the Red Sox and the A's.  The only thing I noticed was a ginormous banner hanging from the Green Monster that read "Racism is as American as Baseball".
The Yankees-Red Sox Rivalry Continues [VIDEO]
Tomorrow evening (8/5) the greatest rivalry in baseball, if not all sports, continues at Fenway Park in Boston, MA. Of course I am talking about the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox. The Yankees have been beaten up by the Sox so far this season, but the Yankees are on a hot streak right now and look to turn things around and recapture first place in the American League East this weekend. Th
Ella Levack’s View From The Coach – Levack Rant [AUDIO]
Some of my proudest moments as a kid was going to work with my dad. He was a mechanic and I KNEW he could fix anything! I was always proud of that. My dad was the guy others called when they couldn't make something work. He would show me around the Niskayuna bus garage and everyone would make a big deal of my visit. One lady always pinched my cheeks. I wasn't really a fan of that. lol So now that
Sports and Fatherhood, They Don’t Always Mix
As many of you know my youngest son, Caden was born this past October.  It was great for many reasons, not the least of which, it was football season.  And on his first full day of life, he got to wear his Eagles garb and watch the game with his Dad...
Brian Cashman v. Grinch
If you like the Red Sox you hate Christmas! Yankees GM Brian Cashman takes the Grinch DOWN!!! Cashman vs. The Grinch