In Fall 2019, I will be attending...
Late into Tuesday night on the first day of what hopes to be a great year in New York, the Yankees have reportedly agreed to a contract with veteran SS Troy Tulowitzki. While many people at first might see this deal makes the Yankees out of the Manny Machado race, I would beg to differ.... Continue Reading →
This year marks the 114th annual World Series. This year's Fall Classic will be played between the Boston Red Sox and the Los Angeles Dodgers; with the series starting Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 in Boston, MA. This is only the 2nd all-time meeting between the two in the World Series. The previous matchup was played... Continue Reading →
If you have even remotely been following baseball since the All-Star Break, you would know about how hot Christian Yelich has been for the Milwaukee Brewers.
As the final full month of the MLB season is upon us, I think it is a good idea to look at all the rookies and see how they are doing.
August 24th - 26th 2018 marks Major League Baseball's second annual Player's Weekend where teams wear special jerseys with the players being allowed to choose the nickname they have on the back of their jersey. There are always a good amount of creative nicknames and here is my lineup of the best ones. All 2018 MLB... Continue Reading →
In addition to being a big baseball fan, I am also an avid soccer fan. Especially of the New York City Football Club. So when I heard that NYCFC was holding an event today at Adidas NYC, I had to go. At the event, I had the chance to meet almost every player on the... Continue Reading →
I have recently returned from a two-week summer program at the University of Massachusetts - Amherst. During my time at Amherst, I had the pleasure of taking a Sports Broadcasting Course taught by two amazing professors in Steve Fox and Greeley Kyle, with Mike Knittle assisting us as well. In my course, I learned about... Continue Reading →
St. Louis Cardinals Third Baseman, Matt Carpenter, has been on an absolute tear ever since the All-Star Break. Carpenter has hit for a .400 Batting Average with 6 home runs and 10 RBI's during the last 8 games since the All-Star Break. To put some of these stats into perspective, Carpenter had extended his consecutive... Continue Reading →