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Pro Tips for Kids: with former Expos reliever, Don DeMola

Matthew Orso, November 19, 2016

Don DeMola is a former pitcher for the Montreal Expos in the mid 1970’s. He was drafted by the Yankees in the seventh round of the 1970 Amateur Draft out of South High School in Commack, New York. “I was 18 years old when the Yankees invited me to Spring Training in 1971,” he said. Mickey Mantle, Whitey Ford, Thurman Munson and Bobby Murcer were there. I felt like I was in heaven!” ...
The Braves opt for Experience

Matthew Orso, November 13, 2016

The Atlanta Braves have reportedly signed Bartolo Colon to a one-year, $12.5 million contract. The 43-year old righty has spent the last three seasons with the Mets, posting a 44-34 record with a 3.90 ERA in 98 games—95 of which were starts. Once thought of as a long reliever at the start of the season, Colon led the Mets with 15 wins and a 191.2 innings pitched. Injuries to Matt Harvey a...
Jose Fernandez, 1992-2016

Nakeem Grant, September 25, 2016

The baseball world has lost one of its brightest young stars. Miami Marlins ace Jose Fernandez died in a boating accident along with two other victims on September 25 in Miami Beach. There has been an outpour of condolences from current and former MLB players as well as athletes from other professional sports. He was only 24 years old. Fernandez defected from his home country, Cuba in 2007 ...
Tebow Pens a Contract with the Mets

Nakeem Grant, September 15, 2016

Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow has successfully landed a deal with the New York Mets. Tebow, who has not played baseball since his senior year of high school in 2005 received a $100,000 signing bonus on September 8 to play in the Mets’ minor league system. Tebow is no stranger to the Big Apple as he played for the New York Jets in 2012, his last full season on an NFL roster. The 29-year...



A Good Group of Kids – Diamond Pros: CDP 2016

Joe Nardini, September 7, 2016

An indomitable spirit has no boundaries and knows no limits. We are blessed to know one, and we stand in awe to see one. Although one emerges only so often, amazement and heart pounding expectation always define the moment each time it does. Witness the courage of a Kerri Strug, who executed a winning Olympic vault despite a hobbling ankle sprain. Watch the fortitude of an injured Willis Re...
Reyes Returns to the Big Apple

Johnny Evered, June 30, 2016

The Dominican Republic baseball legend with a .290 career batting average, Jose Reyes returned to the New York Mets last week on a minor league deal. The four-time NL All-Star who last played for the Colorado Rockies was suspended earlier this year for domestic violence against his wife while they were on vacation. So, what happened to Jose Reyes? The game changer, leadoff batter, and bag s...
Goffle Brook Park, Hawthorne, NJ -- 2 Games 1864 Rules 5-22-16

Charles Klasman, June 30, 2016

This was the first time that either the Gotham or Neshanock clubs had played at this location. A small group of local spectators had assembled and a local group of ballists were displaced by the game upcoming. The Neshanock to this point had been undefeated this season. Their veteran hurler was fresh off the unable to play list after surgery. On the Gotham side, it was Scratch, the long time catch...
N.J. Baseball Magazine Remembers Sports Icon, Muhammed Ali (1942-2016)

Nakeem Grant, June 11, 2016

Boxing legend and social justice activist Muhammed Ali passed away on June 3, 2016 at the age of 74 after a 30-year battle with Parkinson’s disease. He was laid to rest at his hometown in Louisville, Kentucky just a week later where over 10,000 supporters celebrated his life and legacy. Born as Cassius Clay in 1942, Ali first captivated the sports world when he defeated Sonny Liston for t...


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Westside Park, Paterson 4-23-16– 2 Games 1864 Rules

Charles Klasman, April 26, 2016

As it was played last year at the same location, the day began with light rain and some doubt about the possibility of the clubs to play the day’s games. However, a local farmer provided valuable insight as to the future of the day based on his observations of his cows and right he was. Althou...
Daniel Corona Shines Light on Brooklyn’s Top Baseball Players

Nakeem Grant, March 15, 2016

When opportunity comes knocking at your door, you have to be willing to step up and answer that calling. Brooklyn native Daniel Corona has answered his calling and then some. How many kids can say they got to close out a World Cup game for USA Baseball’s 12 and under team? Daniel secured Te...
Griffey and Piazza are heading to Cooperstown

Nakeem Grant, January 12, 2016

The National Baseball Hall of Fame has unveiled its newest members! Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza were elected by the Baseball Writers’ Association of America (BBWAA) for the 2016 Hall of Fame class. Griffey made history by receiving 99.3% of the votes, the most for any Hall of Famer. Piazza was...
Baseball Talk with the Bronx Umpires Alliance

Nakeem Grant, January 12, 2016

The Bronx Umpires Alliance dinner is held annually for umpires in the Bronx area of New York. They mainly cover outdoor sports such as baseball, softball, and football. It’s a time for umpires to rejoice, discuss the previous season, and what’s ahead for the upcoming season. Their discuss...
Bergenfield Bears 2015: Head Coach Jose Morel

Joe Nardini, December 5, 2015

Youth baseball thrives wherever kids play the game in the right way for the right reasons. Just ask Jose Morel, head coach for the Bergenfield Bears youth travel team. Jose believes in helping young ball players to “grow as a unit, to cultivate and grow as a group.” Human development priorities ...
Bergenfield Bears 2015: Xavier Haskins

Joe Nardini, December 5, 2015

At 11 years-old, playing for a 12u All-star team, you might say that 2B-C Xavier Haskins is ahead of his time. Then again, standing at 4’8” and 80 lbs., you might also say that he has a lot of catching up to do. Either way, he makes his mark as a player and a teammate. Like his teammate, Rodolfo...
Bergenfield Bears 2015: Ricardo Suero

Joe Nardini, December 5, 2015

One of the time-honored truths of baseball is that, unlike other sports, it empowers the weak and humbles the strong. In that regard baseball is an equal opportunity sport: players of every size, shape and physical stature may achieve the same levels of success, provided they work hard enough to att...
Bergenfield Bears 2015: Rodolfo Sanchez

Joe Nardini, December 5, 2015

In competitive sports, smaller players always have to work harder than the bigger players. Standing at 5’8” ‘Rocket’ Rod Laver was one of the shortest players in his sport, but he developed a wickedly powerful tennis serve that few could match when he played. Anthony Jerome ‘Spud’ Webb, ...

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