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The Week That Was

The 2018 Major League Baseball season is underway and for the New York Yankees physically, it’s been a tough one out the gates. One big concern for the team has been their starting pitching rotation. After one week through the five-man rotation, pitchers Luis Severino, Masahiro Tanaka, C.C. Sabathia, Sonny Gray and Jordan Montgomery all […]readmore

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2018 Yankees’ Season Preview

By now, I’m sure all of my Our Time Press readers are up to speed on the rumblings that is going on in the Bronx after an overachieving 2017 campaign which saw the New York Yankees come one win short of making the World Series. General Manager Brian Cashman felt the team needed a new […]readmore

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2018 Mets Season Preview

With a win-loss record of 70-92, it is safe to say that the New York Mets were one of the league’s underachieving teams in 2017. It is also important to say that aside from four-fifths of their starting rotation that went down with injuries, the team (as a whole) dealt with the injury bug from […]readmore

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Free Agent 2018 N.Y. Jets

The New York Jets head into this week’s free agent frenzy with a lot of salary cap space money ($89 million to be exact) to potentially make a huge splash by signing key players. It has been well-documented simply because it always seems to be a necessity for the Jets when it comes to needing […]readmore

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Second-Guessing

With the 2018 NFL Draft a little over a month away, the New York Giants will have the second overall pick and many sources indicate they will indeed draft a quarterback. Or would they? In a previous story I did about a month ago, I touched on the fact that due to his age and […]readmore

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Canarsie’s Finest

If you have not caught on by now, in the past boxing’s greatest fighters came from our great Borough of Brooklyn, New York. All-time greats who birthed the careers of great boxers such as Mark Breland, Riddick Bowe, Shannon Briggs, Paulie Malignaggi, Zab Judah and, of course, one of the greatest heavyweights of all-time “Iron” […]readmore

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The State of the Mets

After a dreadful 72-90 (wins to losses) 2017 season, injuries and disappointments are probably the best words to sum up the New York Mets. It was simply a “Mess” in Flushing, Queens that consisted of injuries to key players. The team’s future seemed to be in doubt. Their offense was just as bad and suffered […]readmore

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The Future of New York Football

Coming into the 2017-18 NFL campaign, both the New York Jets and Giants had high hopes. The Jets was expected to have a more athletic team than they have had in years past and the G-men was expected to make a deep run into the playoffs with the acquisitions they made during the off-season. Unfortunately, […]readmore