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  • All eyes on Langer

    The Champions Tour is Bernhard Langer's tour and everyone else is just playing on it.  Langer, the 2014 Dick's Sporting Goods Open Champion, is in good position to win the Charles Schwab Cup for the fourth year in a row.  With only a dozen or so events left on the Champions Tour schedule, those chasing Langer on the money list, by nearly $1 million or more, will need to bring their A-Game.

  • Sindelar stuck in neutral, looking to kick into gear at DSGO

    After three top ten finishes in 2016, Horseheads native Joey Sindelar hasn't quite gotten things going in 2017.  His best finish this season was 11th at the Seniors Players Championships.   This week he returns to his native Southern Tier optimistic that the hometown feel can turn things around for him.

  • Langer looking to be first two-time DSGO Champ

    There's been a lot of parity n the first ten years of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open.  No one has won it in back-to-back years, no one has won the Dick's Open after previously winning the BC Open, and no one has ever won the DSGO twice. Bernhard Langer, who won the event in 2014, hopes to change that this year.

  • Thousands to flood in for Bon Jovi, McCarron among them

    It should not come as a surprise that the most anticipated part of this year's Dick's Sporting Goods Open is Friday night's Bon Jovi concert.  Tournament Director John Karedes says Friday night's crowd will be the largest the area has ever seen with people coming in from all across the country, if not the globe. Among those in attendance Friday night will be several of the golfers, including Scott McCarron.

  • Clubs, clubs everywhere, anyway you want

    It takes talent to be a professional golfer, but if you've ever wondered how they make it look so easy, it's due in part to their equipment.  Every inch of their clubs is tailored to their swing from the grips, the shafts, the club heads, and the angle of the club face.   The Champions Tour has an equipment trailer on site fully stocked with anything a player might need to build a new club, or a new set.  Every brand is available as well.

  • Delgado deals in Ponies win

    Binghamton starter Casey Delgado powered into the ninth inning to guide the Rumble Ponies past the Erie SeaWolves, 5-3, on Tuesday night at UPMC Park. Delgado fired 8-1/3 innings, matching his longest career start in affiliated ball, and David Thompson belted his 12th home run of the season in the victory. 

  • Golfing with a Friend

    On Tuesday, Fox 40 Sports Director Jeremy Donovan and other local reporters joined Champions Tour Golfer Bob Friend for nine holes during Friend's practice round.  A group of guys who talk about sports for a living, playing golf from the Champions tees on a course groomed for a professional event... how do you think it went?
  • Fans make the week for Friend

    Bob Friend enjoys coming to play the Dick's Sporting Goods Open every year for several reasons, but most important among them is the fans. 

  • Spittle excited for another Dick's Sporting Goods Open

    Dick's Sporting Goods Open Week kicked off on Monday with early practice rounds.  Canadian Rod Spittle took his practice swings at the driving range on Monday.  For Spittle, he's had recent success in the DSGO, finishing 7th in 2013 and 12th in 2015, and he hopes for similar success in 2017, as well as a fun week at the course.

  • Final preparations made for Dick's Sporting Goods Open

    The time is here, on Monday, the Dick's Sporting Goods Open will kick off their tournament week.

  • Rubber Ducks Bob Past Ponies, 1-0

    Luis Lugo and Jordan Milbrath blanked Binghamton to guide the Akron RubberDucks to a 1-0 win over the Rumble Ponies on Saturday night at Canal Park.

  • Binghamton bust out brooms; win sixth straight

    Casey Delgado fired seven innings of one-run ball and the Rumble Ponies offense backed him with a 13-hit attack in Binghamton’s 6-1 win over the Erie SeaWolves on Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • BU Men's Soccer team getting in shape

    The Binghamton men's soccer team has returned to campus for preseason.

  • Oberste gets birthday wish; Ponies walk off 4-3

    Matt Oberste celebrated his 26th birthday by walking with the bases loaded in the 12th inning to send the Binghamton Rumble Ponies to a 4-3 win over the Erie SeaWolves on Wednesday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Bearcats Women's Soccer ready to roll

    Binghamton University's Women's Soccer team held their media day Wednesday afternoon. The team has nearly completed their preseason play with St. Bonaventure coming to Binghamton Friday, August 18th.

  • Oswalt battles, bats rattle in fourth straight win

    Binghamton starter Corey Oswalt blanked the Erie SeaWolves into the seventh inning and the Rumble Ponies backed him with two homers in a 3-0 win on Tuesday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Life and Baseball after the Little League World Series

    One year after winning the Little League World Series, the eleven kids that captured the hearts of Broome County, New York State, and the country are still playing baseball... on a regulation diamond. 

  • Eighth grade golfer is living inspired

    Seton Catholic Saints golfer, Michael Bucko is on the Varsity golf team; as an eighth grader. Although this seems to be an accomplishment in itself, Michael's golfing journey began when he was born.

  • Bullpen & Offense Shine for Ponies

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies racked up a season-high 16 hits and used 6-1/3 scoreless innings from the bullpen to beat the Harrisburg Senators, 8-6, on Sunday afternoon at FNB Field.

  • Guillorme Lifts Ponies Over Senators

    Luis Guillorme blasted a tiebreaking three-run homer in the seventh to highlight a stellar night from the top of the Rumble Ponies lineup in Binghamton’s 7-4 win over the Harrisburg Senators on Saturday night at FNB Field.

  • Buffalo's Noah Hutchins (6 ft), rises up for a dunk over two of his teammates.

    Day Two: BCANY Summer Hoops Festival

    Here are your local scores from day two of the BCANY Summer Hoops Festival: Boys Southern Tier 59 - Hudson Valley 70 Girls Southern Tier 55 - Hudson Valley 53
  • BCANY HoopsFest Kicks Off

    The BCANY Summer Hoops Fest kicked off at Johnson City High School and Middle School Friday. Here are your local scores from play: Boys Southern Tier 55 - Rochester 60 Southern Tier XX - Nassau XX Girls Southern Tier XX - Nassau XX

  • Eastern League on board with Rumble Ponies

    The initial negative reaction to the Binghamton Mets changing their name was fast and furious, as it is with every Minor League team that has changed its name over the years.  Now, a lot of that dissent has disappeared and the Rumble Ponies culture is sweeping Broome County.  Across the Eastern League where team names like the RubberDucks, Flying Squirrels, and Yard Goats were all met with initial disdain, the reaction to the Rumble Ponies is very positive.

  • Oswalt brilliant, Conlon stumped in twinbill split

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies split a doubleheader against the Trenton Thunder on Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. Corey Oswalt went the distance to guide the Ponies to a 2-0 win in the opener before the Thunder snatched the nightcap, 4-1.

  • Binghamton to host 2020 Eastern League All-Star Game

    The Rumble Ponies are honored to announce the Eastern League has selected Binghamton to host the 2020 All-Star Game. League president Joe McEacharn, alongside team president John Hughes, revealed the news at a press conference Thursday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium. The selection marks a significant payoff for the community that saw a groundswell of support to host the game from local and state dignitaries, the New York Mets organization and, most importantly, the fans.

  • Lagares: Mets staying positive despite frustrating season

    Over half of the Mets roster has spent time on the disabled list this season, leading to what was to be a World Series contending year turning into a season to forget.  Juan Lagares, rehabbing from a fractured left thumb, says that despite the unfortunate turn, the team is trying to stay positive.

  • With Thunder in town and sky, Rumble Ponies rained out

    The game scheduled for Wednesday night pitting the Binghamton Rumble Ponies against the Trenton Thunder has been postponed due to inclement weather. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Thursday, August 3. First pitch of the opener is slated for 5:05 PM. Wednesday’s game marks the Rumble Ponies fourteenth postponement of the season and franchise-record tenth at home.

  • Montreal to MLB: "Give us back the Expos"

    Thousands of Montreal Expos fans flooded Cooperstown to celebrate Tim Raines's induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame, and to also send a message to Major League Baseball that they want a baseball team back in Montreal.

  • Lagares feeling good after first rehab start

    New York Mets Outfielder Juan Lagares returned to Binghamton Tuesday to begin a rehab assignment after fracturing his left thumb on June 15. He says he felt good, the thumb felt good, but there's no timetable for his return to the majors.

  • Rumble Ponies gain a game on first place Trenton

    Four Binghamton pitchers, including Major League rehabber Robert Gsellman, combined to stymie the Trenton Thunder in the Rumble Ponies’ 3-1 win on Tuesday night at NYSEG Stadium. Gsellman fired three scoreless innings and fellow rehabber Juan Lagares went 2-for-3 to send Binghamton to their eighth win in ten games.

  • U-E Grad Eastman reflects on America's Team Sport trip to Italy

    Alexis Eastman, Union-Endicott Class of 2014, recently returned from a three-city tour of Italy with a softball team representing the United States for America's Team Sport.   Eastman and her teammates toured Milan, Florence, and Rome playing a handful of games against local softball teams. She says the trip was a once in a lifetime opportunity and truly a cultural experience.

  • Ivan Rodriguez, the Pride of Puerto Rico

    Ivan "Pudge" Rodriguez was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday.  Rodriguez is one of 317 people in the Hall, one of 220 players, and one of four from Puerto Rico.  Pudge joins Roberto Clemente, Orlando Cepeda, and Roberto Alomar as the only Puerto Ricans in the Hall of Fame.   It's a point of pride for him, and the residents of the entire island nation.

  • Rosario to debut with Mets Tuesday

    Amed Rosario will make his Major League debut on Tuesday as the New York Mets travel to Denver to take on the Colorado Rockies.  Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson made the announcement Monday.  Rosario is hitting .328 with 7 HR, and 58 RBI in 96 games played with Triple-A Las Vegas.

  • Lagares to begin rehab with Rumble Ponies

    Juan Lagares, a member of the Binghamton Mets in 2011 and 2012, will start a Major League rehab assignment with the Rumble Ponies at NYSEG Stadium on Tuesday night at 6:35 PM. Lagares is returning to action following a left thumb fracture he suffered on June 15. Lagares, 28, has played in 506 games across five seasons in the Major Leagues with the Mets. He made his MLB debut in 2013 and won a Gold Glove for his defensive work in the outfield in 2014.

  • Selig's proudest legacy is economic stability

    Love him or hate him, as seems to be the case for commissioners of any professional sport, Bud Selig is a Hall of Famer.  The crowd gathered for Sunday's Baseball Hall of Fame Induction ceremony in Cooperstown welcomed Selig with a mix of applause and boos.  Despite all of his successes in 22 years as commissioner, Selig's proudest accomplishment was economic reformation of the game.

  • Honored and Remembered: Spotlight in Sports

    Endicott's Sertoma Field welcomed a dedication to their press box Saturday, as Endicott's Teener Baseball League honored Bill McStine, an 18 year member of the league's board.

  • Thompson is heating up

    Ponies Bats Come Alive in Fifth Straight Win

    David Thompson drove in three runs and spot-starter Scarlyn Reyes tossed six innings of one-run ball in the Binghamton Rumble Ponies’ 7-2 win over the New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Thompson, Norrie Advance to Singles Final

    Results from Saturday's individual LG & T Tennis Challenger: Jordan Thompson (1) def. Will Blumberg: 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 Cameron Norrie def. Christian Harrison: 6-2, 6-2
  • Binghamton Devils Jerseys, Logos

    Binghamton Devils Unveil Logo, Jersey

    The Binghamton Devils, in conjunction with the New Jersey Devils, unveiled their logos and uniforms today at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena, officially fostering in a new era of professional hockey in the Southern Tier.

  • Semis Set for LG & T Challenger

    On day seven of the 24th annual Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger, American Christian Harrison punched his ticket to semifinals Friday evening with an exciting upset.

  • Conlon wins third straight game

    Conlon Wins Third Straight

    In front of 6,354, the 20th-largest crowd in team history, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies defeated the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, 1-0, on Friday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Binghamton Devils Ready for Logo Reveal

    Seven months ago, the Binghamton Senators became the Binghamton Devils.

  • Top two seeds advance, 5-seed Mmoh falls in Second Round

    American duo Denis Kudla and Daniel Nguyen upset the number one doubles seed Alexander Bolt and Andrew Whittington (GBR) on day six of the Levene, Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger. Christian Harrison also knocked off fifth-seed Michael Mmoh in Thursday's feature match. Harrison, currently No. 276 in the world faced Michael Mmoh on Center Court tonight where the 23-year old gave Mmoh a run for his money.

  • Oberste bails out Gsellman after shaky start

    Matt Oberste belted a tiebreaking three-run homer in the sixth and Kevin Kaczmarski diffused a ninth-inning rally with a diving, game-ending catch in the Binghamton Rumble Ponies’ 6-4 win over the New Hampshire Fisher Cats on Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. Robert Gsellman allowed three hits to six batters faced in his first Major League rehab appearance with Binghamton.

  • Ponies and Senators Washed Out

    The Binghamton Rumble Ponies game scheduled for Saturday night against the Harrisburg Senators has been postponed due to inclement weather.

  • Senators Govern Southern Tier in Series Opener

    A tally in the top of the ninth sent the Harrisburg Senators past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 4-3, Friday night at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Moore is going pro!

    Moore Selected in 2017 Major League Lacrosse Draft

    Binghamton lacrosse attack Tom Moore was drafted by the Atlanta Blaze in the sixth round of the Major League Lacrosse Draft on Sunday.

  • Mets have a fever and the only prescription is...

    Tyler Pill received the call every ballplayer dreams of, the call to the major leagues.  The Mets called up Pill from Las Vegas and optioned Rafael Montero to Triple-A, to clear space on the 40-man roster Seth Lugo was placed on the 60 Day Disable List retroactively.

  • Libous impact felt in area sports

    Senator Tom Libous passed away Tuesday at age 63 but leaves a lasting impact on the area's sports.

  • Assembly votes to legalize MMA in NYS by wide margin

    NYS Assembly votes to legalize Mixed Martial Arts in the state by 113-25 margin. Bill had passed Senate and failed in Assembly in each of the previous six years.

  • MMA vote makes life easier for NY fighters

    With MMA becoming legal in New York State, life becomes easier for fighters from the Empire State

  • McCrory: UFC happy to have access to MSG

    With legislation to legalize MMA in New York State passing, the sports largest organization, UFC, is eager for the chance to hold an event at Madison Square Garden.

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