He is in the right field for the Yankees, and is a Navy veteran

Written by Joe Guzzardi During the New York Yankees’ unprecedented run to five consecutive World Championships between 1949 and 1953, manager Casey Stengel had an arsenal of stars and superstars on whom he relied. Some were icons like Mickey Mantle, while others were interchangeable standouts like outfielders Irv Noreen and Gene Woodling. But one of … Read more

2022 Atlanta Braves Player Review: Charlie Morton

Charlie Morton He was a staple in the rotation Atlanta Braves in 2022. He led the team in starts and pitched 172 runs batted in and this was after breaking his leg during the 2021 World Series. Unfortunately, it’s been a down year for the veteran rookie considering how great he’s been in recent years. … Read more

The Omaha Hockey League split its weekend series with Denver after Saturday’s loss

DENVER — Number 1 Denver scored three second-period goals en route to a 6-3 victory Saturday night as it earned a weekend breakaway with Omaha. Ono was coming off a crucial 3-0 win over the Pioneers on Friday when the Mavs had a 40-22 lead on the shot as Jake Kucharski made 22 saves on … Read more

Danville Historical Society artifacts show River City’s connection to baseball history

August 26, 1939. The first televised baseball game was broadcast on W2XBS between the Brooklyn Dodgers and Cincinnati Reds. The double-header broadcast is announced by the Red Barber. The teams split the wins, with the Reds winning 5-2 in the first and second Duke Farrell had his eyes on one player when he visited Danville … Read more