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Sports: FOOTBALL STATE of MIND

By Eddie Castro We are 27 days away from the 2012-13 NFL season as both the Giants and Jets gear up for the preseason which starts this week. It is the tale of two tapes for the Giants and Jets. The Giants will try to become just the 8th team in NFL history to repeat […]readmore

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One of the most anticipated team appearances in the London Olympics, pertaining to the USA men’s basketball team, whose total NBA contracts of $635 million dollars certainly makes them the most highly paid team in London, or anywhere else for that matter. In five exhibition games, the U.S. team, led by Carmelo Anthony, LeBron James […]readmore

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Sports: Say it Ain't So

By Eddie Castro The Yankees once again, have the best record in the majors, and are on pace to win about 103 games. Despite leading the American League East by 6 games, there are still some concerns about the Yankees’ play going into the second half. The team found themselves in a predicament they haven’t […]readmore

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Sports: Brooklyn’s Finest

By Eddie Castro This November, basketball will finally make its way to our borough. The team, formerly known as the New Jersey Nets, will be on their way to the Barclays Center. In coming to Brooklyn, Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov has not been shy about flexing his power. Two weeks ago, the Nets made their […]readmore

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Sports: Sizzling Stripes

As expected, the New York Yankees are right in the middle of things in the AL East. Last month, it seemed that the Yanks may have very well buried themselves in the division with Baltimore and Tampa Bay going head-to-head for first place. The emergence of both their hitting and pitching has been a key […]readmore

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Sports: Second Guessing

There is just two months left in the baseball season, and for both New York teams, it has become a tale of two tapes. One team has battled with injuries and looks like they will not make the playoffs in what is a very difficult division the other team is still hanging in there, but […]readmore

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Sports: Free Agent Frenzy

After a 132-Day lockout, football is back in business. Players are now able to enter team facilities, and training camp has opened for all 32 NFL teams. With the new Collective Bargaining Agreement in place, it looks like football will not be interrupted for another 10 years. For Brooklynites and the rest of New York, […]readmore

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Sports: Captain 3000

Brooklynites as well as the City of New York, were all witness to “history in the making” last Saturday afternoon. Going into Saturday’s matinee game against the Tampa Bay Rays, Jeter was 2 hits shy of 3000. In the first inning, Jeter hit a line drive past the third base line. In the third inning […]readmore