When Steve Pikiell took over as head coach at Stony Brook in 2005, the program had only been playing division 1 basketball for six years. To say that they were bad would be an understatement. In fact, in those six years, the Seawolves went 64-108 and never finished better than seventh in America East Conference play.
By Conor Green
Human beings are creatures of habit. We go through the same routine day-in and day-out with little variance in how we operate. We wake-up, take a shower, go to work. come home, and go to sleep. This routine is repeated for five days a week. All year round.
This could be a very exciting day for the New Jersey Devils.
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Aaron Judge has been scuffling since the All-Star break, but the other Aaron in the outfield is picking up some of the slack.
It’s not the job they had in mind but it’s the only one left for the Mets this season.
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by : Rich Bauer
The Yankees are home in the Bronx starting tonight to play three games against the Division leading Boston Red Sox and then a two game showdown with the crosstown rival Mets.
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It’s Red Sox/Yankees in the Bronx in the heat of the summer. I have two words for you…Play Ball!
by : Steve Tichenor
Not even boring baseball or the return of panda can sour a trip to the bay area. We’re on the last day of our nearly bi-annual family trip to San Francisco, and it was once again fantastic.
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When I looked around for a definition to the commonly used term, “on paper”, this is the best I found:
judging something by how it has been planned rather than how it really works in practice.