In the United States, we are suffering the biggest economic crisis since The Great Depression. In these tough times there are people like Minnie Torres, coach Bob Salomon, A Glove of Their Own, and giants
Host Jay Ferraro and co-host Stephen Okawa re-launch Gotham Baseball LIVE! They’ll be joined by former Met’s and Oriole’s GM, Jim Duquette, who will talk about recent offseason transactions by the Mets and Yankees, as
Pitchers and catchers are loosening their arms at their spring training homes and position players are soon to follow. There is no better time than now to officially announce the re-launching of Gotham Baseball LIVE.
When the defending World Series Champions, the New York Yankees, take the field on opening day 2010, they will be doing so without Johnny Damon for the first time in four years. It seems like
Pitchers and catchers are days away from reporting to their spring training homes and all thirty teams have question marks regarding their rotations. When will the Nationals call up Stephen Strasburg? Is Joba or Hughes
(Editor’s Note- This story was originally published in the Summer 2008 issue of Gotham Baseball Magazine – MH) Living in New York City offers me the opportunity to continually reminisce about the 1969 World Champion
“He was either steady or wild as a hawk; with no middle ground. He always had some trick up his sleeve, feeding the visitors on tender little ‘dew drops’ with slight curves, but awful drops”