Michael Bernardo

By: Michael Bernardo December 19th 2018 The Knicks are losing from the start of the season and I’m okay with that. Wait, what was that? Yes, you heard correctly. The Knicks are losing from the start of the season and I’m okay with that. Don’t get me wrong. I am not going to sit here and say that the Knicks should go out and lose every single night and finish the season with 70 of them. I care about this team too much to wholeheartedly watch them fall flat on their face game in and game out. However, with that being said, losing is winningRead More →

By: Michael Bernardo December 3rd 2018 Some people adjust to their new job position in a new city by testing the waters first and taking their time assessing everything. Then there’s Brodie Van Wagenen. Just about one month after being introduced as the General Manager of the New York Mets, the former CAA agent who once represented current Mets Jacob (2018 NL Cy Young Winner) deGrom, Yoenis Cespedes, Noah Syndergaard and Tim Tebow made his presence known across the league in a big way to start the MLB offseason. The hiring alone was met with criticism and some skepticism. The Mets had opted to takeRead More →

By: Michael Bernardo August 19th 2018 ALL STATS AS OF 8/19/18 In what has been an otherwise uneventful and certainly disappointing season for both the New York Mets and Washington Nationals, there’s at least one glimmering beacon of hope that gives reason to watch these two teams at least once every fifth day; and that is their two aces, Jacob deGrom of the Mets and Max Scherzer of the Nationals. And so as the disappointing season begins to dwindle down with roughly six and a half weeks remaining in the Major League season, the debate begins to turn to the coveted award for the bestRead More →

By Michael Bernardo You must have a special heart to be a fan of blue and orange teams in New York City. The biggest city in the world plays host to two sports teams of these colors… well, three if you’re an original fan of the Islanders whose Long Island pride was big enough to force them out of the Nassau Coliseum and into the Barclays Center…  but that’s another disaster for another day.  I’m talking about the New York Mets and New York Knicks. To be a Met fan in New York, you probably were forced into it through generations of Met fans thatRead More →