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By PATRICK BOYLEJuly 22, 2018
CENTRAL ISLIP, NY- The Somerset Patriots (9-2, 44-30) rallied to earn a 6-4 win over the Long Island Ducks (6-5, 36-38) on a rain-soaked Saturday night at Bethpage Ballpark.
The Patriots pounded out 15 hits against the Ducks, with six of the starters getting two hits apiece.
The Patriots got the scoring underway for the sixth straight game, this time cashing in on a Matt Oberste RBI single ...
By ALEX ORR, JR.July 22, 2018
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. —Saratoga's Saturday afternoon stakes action kicked off with the $150,000, Grade 3 Sanford Stakes for 2-year-old colts, a race in which Starlight Racing's Sombeyay let two of his heavy rivals do all the heavy work before he charged to the front inside the eighth pole and stole the win from them.
A half hour or so later, Peter M. Brandt's Irish-bred and ...
By ROD HIRSCHJuly 22, 2018
BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Collectors can own a unique piece of New York Yankees history if they attend Joe Bodnar’s Sports Memorabilia Auction this weekend and are willing to dig deep in to their pockets.
A pair of cleats worn by former New York Yankees relief pitcher Sparky Lyle in the early 1970s will be sold during Bodnar’s auction at TD Bank Ballpark Sunday, July 29 following the ...
By CHRIS NALWASKYJuly 21, 2018
WOODBRIDGE -- South Plainfield High School Class of 2018 graduate Charles Lovett donned an orange No. 15 jersey and navy blue pants and played for the Middlesex County all-stars in the 25th annual Snapple Bowl Thursday night at Woodbridge High School’s Nicholas A. Priscoe Stadium.
The charity game, which pitted recent graduates from Middlesex and Union counties against one another, was ...
By MARC RUSSINOFFJuly 21, 2018
BRIDGEWATER, NJ- The Somerset Patriots and 9-1-1 On FOX are asking for Hero First Responder nominations from the community.
Anyone can nominate a first responder to be recognized on the field during the pre-game ceremony and throw out a ceremonial first pitch at the Saturday, Aug. 4th Patriots game against the New Britain Bees at TD Bank Ballpark.
Three first responders will be chosen from ...
By PRESS RELEASE, OFFICE OF ASSEMBLYWOMAN NANCY J. PINKINJuly 21, 2018
HAMILTON, NJ - Speaking to a crowd of about 110 people at Jersey Water Works’ annual membership meeting on Thursday, Assemblywoman Nancy Pinkin (D-Middlesex), who chairs the Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee, spoke about New Jersey’s mounting obligation to update the state’s water infrastructure and to provide all New Jersey residents with clean drinking ...
By TAPINTO NEWARK STAFFJuly 21, 2018
Newark, NJ – Long before Rutgers University-Newark created an athletic field on University Avenue, the abolitionist Frederick Douglass delivered an address in 1849 at a church that once stood there.
Rutgers Board of Governors approved a resolution to rename the field in honor of the time Douglass spent here. The field will now be called the Frederick Douglass ...