Sports Writer, New York Post
New York Post reporter, covering everything from NFL to NBA, from MLB to soccer. Rutgers grad, happy husband, proud papa and devoted fan of old-school hip-hop.
nypost.com — Red Bulls coach Mike Petke spoke with the media today, discussing a number of topics from last Wednesday's US Open Cup loss to the Revolution, to moving into the team's new training facility today to midfielder Tim Cahill reaching the World Cup with Australia. Here is a snippet if that conversation.
nypost.com — Red Bulls coach Mike Petke knew his team's practice situation at Montclair State was untenable, but never wanted to give them any alibis. But after moving into their brand-new - and long-delayed - training facility today, he says they've been given everything a professional team should have, and there are no excuses left.
m.nypost.com — Red Bulls coach Mike Petke knew his team's practice situation at Montclair State was untenable, but never wanted to give them any alibis. But after moving into their brand-new - and long-delayed - training facility today, he says they've been given everything a professional team should have, and there are no excuses left.
L.J. Mazzilli, son of former New York Met Lee Mazzilli, makes debut with Brooklyn Cyclones, team’s short-season Single-A farm team, in season-opening 2-1 loss at Staten Island Yankees - NYPOST.comnypost.com — L.J. Mazzilli gave his dad, Lee, the best belated Father's Day gift imaginable last night: The chance to watch him make his pro debut. Forty years after the elder Mazzilli was drafted by the Mets, with whom he played 10 of his 14 big league seasons, the younger Mazzilli debuted with the Brooklyn Cyclones.
nypost.com — The New York Cosmos' first game in their latest incarnation won't be in New York, but in New Britain, a charity doubleheader tonight at 7:30 p.m. with all the proceeds and a silent auction going to benefit the Newtown Parent Connection.
Carlos Torres of New York Mets makes debut with club in 4-3 win over Chicago Cubs after being promoted from Triple-A Las Vegasnypost.com — Carlos Torres, who was promoted from Triple-A Las Vegas on Saturday night and arrived in New York at 9 a.m. yesterday, made his Mets debut. He relieved starter Jeremy Hefner in the sixth, pitching two scoreless innings, allowing just one hit and striking out one.
nypost.com — For nearly nine innings, the Mets had come out on Father's Day and put on a Little League display. They couldn't field, couldn't hit, couldn't compete. Then Kirk Nieuwenhuis turned all that around, the same way he turned around Carlos Marmol's fastball for a three-run, walk-off homer and a 4-3 win.
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