At his best, Oliver Perez can be unsettling. Batters
have known this for a long time, even if the results haven't always mirrored
It was a strange scene in the media room yesterday at
Giants Stadium, an interesting mix of new and veteran Giants assistant coaches,
some of whom had connections that stretched back decades.
The twists and turns have resonated all the way to this
side of the country, to the place Chris Mullin will always call home.
The Rangers are O-for-Buffalo this season.
He has become synonymous with success at Hofstra. Irony of ironies, the athletic director who has managed to keep Hofstra athletics riding high despite coaching defections, is a wanted man himself. But Jack Hayes isn't leaving.
High School Sports
Unbeaten Blue Devils put 56-game win streak and No. 1 ranking on the line at 11-1 Comsewogue.
Larry Scortichini, a new assistant pro at Fox Hill, is
making a splash in his return to the Met Section. He knocked off medalist Mark
Mielke (Mill River Club), 1-up, in the first round of the MasterCard Long
Island PGA at Sands Point Golf Club, defeated Darrell Kestner (Deepdale), 1-up,
in the second round, then advanced to the semifinals with a 4 and 3 victory
over Mike Gilmore (Piping Rock) yesterday. Scortichini plays Ron Faria
(Atlantic Club) in an 8:10 semifinal this morning. Rick Hartmann (Atlantic)
plays R.J. Ziats (Muttontown) at 8. The final will began 45 minutes after the
conclusion of the morning matches. Scortichini, who previously worked at
Nissequogue, North Hempstead, North Hills and North Fork, is back in the
section after working in Massachusetts last summer.