Francisco Lindor’s Home Run Propels Mets to Comeback Win

Francisco Lindor picked the perfect moment to hush the talk about his slump. In a ninth inning in which everything worked Thursday night, it was Lindor’s two-run homer off James Norwood that helped the Mets start believing.  They scored five additional runs after that homer as they rallied with seven runs in the ninth inning to … Continue reading Francisco Lindor’s Home Run Propels Mets to Comeback Win

“Rich Strike” Wins The 148th Kentucky Derby

Rich Strike made one of the most remarkable come-from-behind victories in the history of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky. Rich Strike entered the race as an 80-1 favorite to win and is the second-longest shot ever to win the Derby. As the horses entered the final stretch, Rich Strike put up a furious push … Continue reading “Rich Strike” Wins The 148th Kentucky Derby

Islanders End Season With Loss to Lightning

The Islanders season, which sputtered along coughing up plumes of smoke like a broken-down engine, finally came to an end with a 6-4 loss to the Lightning. Six months ago, they were envisioning the Stanley Cup. Now?  They finish with a 37-35-10 record, and you wouldn’t blame them for being a little bit relieved that … Continue reading Islanders End Season With Loss to Lightning

Aaron Judge Homers Twice As Yankees Beat Royals To Extend Win Streak To Nine

After Sunday’s 6-4 win over the Royals, no team in the majors has a better record than the Yankees.  “I know in years past, we kind of scuffled out of the gates in April and then all we’re trying to do is climb back and fight back,’’ Aaron Judge said. “Getting an early lead like … Continue reading Aaron Judge Homers Twice As Yankees Beat Royals To Extend Win Streak To Nine