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Every ticket stub has a story to tell

As technology improves lives and makes everyday things more convenient, there can be a downside. Allow me to explain. This revelation came to me during a recent afternoon. My wife…

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Petco Park provides championship experience

After visiting 30 different past and present ballparks, one thing has become clear: the home team doesn’t have to win to have a great experience. One of the last standing…

All-Star experience brings back, creates memories

NEW YORK — Summertime brings back many childhood memories. Running for the ice cream truck to get your chilled treat. Going for a swim to break the heat of the…

Bertothy: UConn men in good hands with Ollie

This season was the first in many years that held no promise of a postseason run for the UConn men’s basketball team. There would be no buzzer-beaters, nail-biters or classic…

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Legends declined rightful place in Cooperstown

Baseball Hall of Fame voters had their say last week and collectively said “no” to a new era of players that are filling the ballot. And they were wrong to do so….

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Marlins Park, Turner Field offer contradictory styles

The quest to see 30 Major League ballparks offers its own twists over a nine-year span. Times change, and so do baseball stadiums. The brand-new Marlins Park in Miami offers the…

Citizen’s News contributing sports writer Ernie Bertothy at the Rogers Centre, the home of the Toronto Blue Jays, earlier this summer. CONTRIBUTED
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Toronto and Detroit won’t disappoint baseball fans

On the quest to visiting all 30 Major League Baseball parks, you get some surprises. Detroit and Toronto are two of them. I found this out earlier this summer. Despite…

Hounds follow Kinne’s lead to capture first win

NAUGATUCK — Nolan Kinne scored a game-high 17 points—all in the second half—to lead the Greyhounds to their first win of the season in a 52-41 victory over Derby Monday…

The Hawk’s Ryan Angeloszek dropped a double-double on on Sacred Heart during Tuesday night’s game.  - RA ARCHIVE

Woodland boys basketball blazes to victory

WATERBURY — Tuesday night, the Hawks delivered an early knockout. Woodland jumped out to a 15-6 lead, dominated on the glass and never trailed in a 66-43 victory over Sacred…