Yankees pitching prospect has chance to live old coach's dream
New York Post
TAMPA — Joe Norris toiled for nine years in the minors without ever reaching the majors. The closest he got was a brief invite to major league camp with the Marlins in 1997, when the team's pitching coach was Larry Rothschild. Now the 46-year-old ...
New York Yankees: The Right Field Battle Should Only Play Out One Way
Elite Sports NY
Heading into spring training, the New York Yankees hyped up the right field battle as much as the more prominent competitions like the starting rotation, the utility role and who will round out the middle relief unit. On one hand, there really should ...
Five reasons the New York Yankees will win the World Series
The New York Yankees finished fourth in the American League East last season, but they were just nine games out of first place and five games out of a playoff spot. With Spring Training coming to a close and the regular season less than a week away we ...
MLB trade rumors: Rays interested in Yankees' Rob Refsnyder?
5 Yankees questions. The New York Yankees are just about a week away from ending Major League Baseball spring training 2017. Yankees manager Joe Girardi and general manager Brian Cashman have a lot to think about before Opening Day. Here are a ...
8 Sports Books To Read During The March Madness Hype
Emertainment Monthly (registration) (blog)
This book switches between two plot lines: the memoir of a sportswriter's experience in the age of the 50's Brooklyn Dodgers featuring Jackie Robinson, and the lives of those same players twenty years later. The insight into the life of these players ...
Rose C. Chickanis
Glens Falls Post-Star
Rose grew up in Brooklyn and attended St. Francis Xavier and Angela Hall schools in Brooklyn. She graduated high school from Packer Collegiate Institute in Brooklyn. Rose was an avid Brooklyn Dodgers fan. In 1941, she and her family moved to Whitestone ...
LaGrave Field Suffering From Years of Neglect | Ballpark Digest
Fort Worth Cats After being successfully resurrected once, Fort Worth's LaGrave Field has fallen once again into disrepair, and it doesn't look like a third revival ...
Marines of long ago didn't fight for this
Sometimes his readers and one friend (ahem) must forgive the aging wonder, Kyle Mooty; the boy visited California during last year's NFL season, mingled with some of the almost-40 million natives squatting there, and returned home a changed man.