Reviewing the Yankees’ 2012 system

┬áLast week I spoke with┬áDamon Oppenheimer, the New York Yankees’ vice president and director of amateur scouting, about the organization’s best Minor League players from the past season. In the coming weeks, keep an eye out for my interview with Yankees’ No. 2 prospect Slade Heathcott, who is working his way up the system after a few surgeries. But for …

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Temple routs Army on senior day

You know what was worse than Army’s 63-32 loss to Temple last weekend? The rest of my week. I lost my girlfriend, my relationship with my dad, endured the end of my parents’ year-long divorce trial, braced to lose my house and generally have been a mess missing an incredible girl who I let slip away. Meanwhile, Army fell to …

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West Point flag photo in USA Today

Army honored the military on Saturday during halftime of its game against Temple at Michie Stadium, with the highlight being a field-length American flag displayed by cadets. I trekked up to the roof of Hoffman Press Box to capture the scene, and my favorite image came from my iPhone 5 — check out the panorama I got (above, click to …

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American muscle

Today being Veterans Day, I thought I’d post this awesome Dodge Challenger commercial featuring George Washington kicking ass and also some recent photos of my Challenger. Thanks to all who have served!

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Trophy hopes alive, Army takes down Air Force

It won’t be a winning season for Army, nor will it be especially memorable, but for now, a worthy prize remains in reach: Army stunned rival Air Force on Saturday, taking its first step toward winning the Commander in Chief’s Trophy since 2005. At 2-7, Army can still walk off the field next month with a collective smile with a …

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