Didn’t think I was going to forget about the catch, did you? Giants fans didn’t have much to celebrate tonight with their team’s 3-8 record, but then they remembered rookie phenom Odell Beckham Jr. and his coming out party on Sunday Night Football. Let’s remind of ourselves of that awesome (dare I say, Jordan-esque) catch, […]Read more "The Catch – Odell Beckham Jr."
Welcome to NewYorkSportsGuys.com! I know this probably should’ve been written sooner but who said a fifth article has to be any different from the first? It’ll be on the shorter side, I promise. What the heck is NYSG and does it include me buying stocks? Good question! To start, we’re two brothers (the sports guys) […]Read more "Hi, Hello and Happy Thanksgiving!"
On Wednesday, the Miami Marlins officially announced the signing of their face of the franchise, Giancarlo Stanton to a record setting, 13 year, $325 million contract extension which also includes a full no-trade clause and an opt-out provision after 2020. The Stanton deal, on the surface, seems great for Giancarlo who now owns the largest […]Read more "Dumb and Dumber – The Giancarlo Stanton Contract"
Earlier in the workweek, the Atlanta Braves and St. Louis Cardinals announced a four-player trade. Let’s take a closer look now that we’ve had some time to digest! ST. LOUIS The Red Birds never expected to be in this position. They planned to hand over right field to prodigy Oscar Taveras for the next decade. […]Read more "Heyward’s a Cardinal! Major Analysis #1"
Not gonna lie, I had the Knicks as the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference before the start of the season. Training camp at West Point, Phil Jackson’s new regime, a new coach not named Mike Woodson, and a committed Carmelo Anthony all gave me signs of hope that this team would find a way […]Read more "The State of the Knicks"
The New York Mets shook the baseball world Monday evening, signing free agent outfielder Michael Cuddyer to a two year contract worth a reported $21 million. This comes the day GM meetings opened in Arizona and the afternoon deadline to accept $15.3 million qualifying offers. Cuddyer, a former Silver Slugger and batting champion, hit over […]Read more "Mets sign outfielder Michael Cuddyer"