May 11, 2002 RSS feed / Sports

Clock Ticks For Mets' Payton

When New York Mets general manager Steve Phillips completed his outright gutting of the club's futile lineup this spring, the most surprising holdover from last year's offensive debacle was outfielder Jay Payton. More...

Mets’ Ted Robinson Returns To The Home Team

As New York Mets announcer Ted Robinson walks the grass at Shea Stadium during batting practice, the sun is shining, a stiff wind from Flushing Bay flows across the field, and it is 2 hours until game time. More...

Top Coaches Involved in McGuire Seminar

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The Thrill Ride is Over: A Metro Hockey Wrap-Up

Isles go down in seven to Leafs A promising season ended prematurely for the New York Islanders, who made their first playoff appearance in seven years. More...

No Hitter Thrown in BCAC Little League

The first "NO HITTER" in the history of the Jamaica Bay Little League was recorded on Saturday, May 4th in the boys Minor Division (ages 9-10). More...


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