Monthly Archives: June 2012

From Left Field: Capuano Dominating In LA

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Coming off a 17-1 victory against the Cubs, the Mets will open a three-game series against the first place Los Angeles Dodgers. The Mets desperately needed that win and came through in huge fashion by clubbing four home runs. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

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CYO Golf Classic Attracts Record Crowd

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Temperatures sweltered near 100 degrees on June 21 at the North Hills Country Club in Manhasset, L.I. But the intense heat was overshadowed by the generous giving spirit of the many youth sports supporters in the Diocese of Brooklyn. The … Continue reading

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At Home Plate: Rookie of the Year Races Shouldn’t Surprise

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Every summer, a few talented rookies pull away from their first-year counterparts in establishing themselves as viable Rookie of the Year candidates. Others fade since they haven’t experienced the fatigue of a 162-game season. However, this season, assuming they continue … Continue reading

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Like Father, Like Son in the Franco Family

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The game of baseball has been uniting father and son since the game’s inception in 1846. This past Father’s Day, June 18, scores of young ballplayers expressed their gratitude to their dads for sharing a mutual love of America’s pastime. … Continue reading

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At Home Plate: Pujols Adjusting to Los Angeles

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Albert Pujols was supposed to be the king of Los Angeles upon signing a 10-year, $240-million contract with the Angels. Though he got off to an incredibly slow start, Pujols has regained his stroke, just in time for the Angels … Continue reading

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