This is an article from the New York Post. Sad News about former Met Shortstop, current Long Island Ducks Coach: https://nypost.com/2018/02/09/mets-legend-buddy-harrelson-is-in-the-fight-of-his-life-alzheimers/
The Long Island Ducks are pleased to announce the Waddle-In Shop will be open for the holidays starting December 2, 2017. While it is a situation for baseball fans to view what’s new in baseball attire, a big reason is for families in need.
From the Long Island Ducks website: “In conjunction with the store opening, the Ducks will be collecting new, unwrapped toys as part of the teams annual Holiday Toy Drive. Fans are encouraged to drop off gifts at the Waddle In Shop between Saturday, Dec. 2 and Tuesday, Dec. 19. The toys will then be delivered by members of the Ducks Street Team to the pediatric units at various hospitals on Long Island. Pediatric patients range from newborn to 24 years of age, and hospitals have made the following suggestions for gifts based on the age of patients:
Newborn-12 Months: Rattles, stuffed animals, board books, bibs
1-3 Years: Shape sorters, soft bath books, pop-up toys, ring stacks
4-7 Years: Board games, action figures, sticker sets, books
8-11 Years: Arts and crafts kits, board games, card games, new release videos (G & PG)
12-18 Years: Music/movie gift certificates, electronic games, journals, sports items, new release videos (PG & PG-13)
18 and Up: Restaurant/music/movie gift cards, new release videos or DVDs, comfort items, sports items
Gifts for Any Age: Pillows, blankets, gift cards, holiday items, disposable cameras”
Anyone in or near Suffolk County, NY wishing to attend and/or contribute, here is the information, call (631) 940-DUCK or visit www.liducks.com
The 2018 Atlantic League schedule has officially been released, and the Long Island Ducks now know who and when they are playing during the upcoming All-Star Summer. There were many important notes that came out of this year’s schedule release, and if you happened to miss the announcement, let’s summarize some of the key things […]
With the close of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball season coming to an end today.
Starting Wednesday, September 20 2017, the Long Island Ducks will host The Somerset Patriots for the first two games of a five game series at Bethpage Ballpark in Central Islip NY, with the remaining three to be held in Somerset, NJ.
Those interested, can visit http://www.liducks.com.
HI everyone. I thought I would share a few images from September 8 2017. The Long Island Ducks played against the Bridgeport Bluefish for what could be the very last time. They played at Bethpage Ballpark, in Central Islip, NY. The Bluefish are a team in Connecticut and are not doing well financially. Unless something changes where they move somewhere else, this could be their very last season. They are one of the original teams in The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball Players, when the league formed in 1998.
The 2017 baseball season is nearing an end. While it was a very rough first half, the second half proved to be a bit better.
In The second half, The Long Island Ducks have a 5.5 game lead over the Bridgeport Bluefish, in the Liberty Division and are now tied for first with the Somerset Patriots in the overall standings of the season. Both teams have identical records.
It has been an up and down season, with pitching shutting down or keeping runs to a minimum and hitting has been up and down, with the core players hitting way below average. Marc Krauss and Angelo Songco being major highlights for the team. They had a very good streak during the month of August, winning 16 out of 20 at one point.
The pitching and hitting need to over come any and all obstacles if they intend to make it to the playoffs and championship series. Their rivals, The Somerset Patriots are right behind them. If the Ducks take charge, as they have done in the past, they will out do their rivals.
Best wishes Long Island Ducks. It has been a fun year and I hope you make it to the playoffs.
I could not resist participating in some fun at The Ducks game. A local newspaper had this photo booth. Even though my team lost, it was a fun night.