The Great One
ub Tue, 12/29/2020 - 16:51

The good news first, on this 48 the anniversary of his father’s unfortunate and untimely death, Roberto Clemente Jr. was kind enough to reach out and tell us that his baby boy Roberto Clemente III will carry on the Clemente Dynasty, and he assures #CityImages that he will also be a sports Superstar. 

Every year leading to the New Year it’s always a difficult moment for Roberto Clemente Jr. and his entire family because the date is always bittersweet. I hope you enjoy this documentary as much as I did. 

Communism vs Fascism
ub Sun, 12/06/2020 - 10:04

Please, allow me to tell you a real story I personally lived through. Once upon a time, there were two republics. Both had constitutions, laws, civil rights, a government, a congress, and a court system of law. The people could assemble, associate, speak, and write with freedom.

But as the people became unsatisfied with their governments, they chose to support new officials and were fooled by fake images of religion and a better life before reality began to set in.

RIP: Maradona
ub Wed, 11/25/2020 - 13:35

Diego Armando Maradona is an Argentine football manager and retired professional footballer. He was the coach of Argentine Primera. Born: October 30, 1960, Died: November 25, 2020. He was considered soccer’s greatest, while pursuing a personal life full of drug and alcohol abuse, which caused him plenty of health problems.

I never interviewed Maradona but I did interview Pele, who was considered the best. However, when playing football the sentence that was eventually shouted was “You think you are Maradona” - Rest in peace Diego. You died too young.

Baseball Is Very Good
ub Sat, 11/07/2020 - 07:19

Besides Cuba Si, Castro No, and Democracy Now. Baseball is ver good. It was one of the very first phrases I learned to say in English the first time My family arrived in America. The home of the free and land of the Atlanta Braves?

Happy Birthday Pele
ub Fri, 10/23/2020 - 20:03

Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pelé, is a retired ⚽️ soccer Superstar. Widely regarded as the greatest football player of all time, he is among the most successful and popular sports figures of the 20th century.

He learned as a kid, with his father Dondinho, that football is an instrument for the greater good. He learned that lesson when his das saw him dribbling a weaker opponent without any need and said to always respect rivals. Pele took that for life, always using his talent for love and peace.

Roberto Clemente Day
ub Wed, 09/09/2020 - 10:44

Each and every Puerto Rican Major League Baseball players can wear the number # 21 to observe Roberto Clemente Day. 

All Puerto Rican players will be allowed to wear No. 21 on Wednesday during my Tocayo, Major League Baseball’s

Roberto Clemente Day celebration. The move to wear the number, similar to MLB’s celebration of Jackie Robinson’s No. 42

each April 15, started with the Pittsburgh Pirates 

Drawing The Line
ub Thu, 08/27/2020 - 11:26

The NBA has launched a historic sports boycott that has spread with an emphasis on changes over national public safety reforms.

Trouble in Kenosha, Wisconsin began earlier this week when police shot Jacob Blake seven times in the back as the 29-year-old Black man tried to enter an SUV where his three children sat. Following nights of unrest, two people were killed and one was injured amid gunfire. Authorities arrested a 17-year-old white youth who has often praised police and charged him with homicide in what officials described as a vigilante act.

The Bronx Bummers
ub Sun, 07/26/2020 - 06:20

The New York Yankees are the All American baseball team based in The Bronx. They compete in Major League Baseball American League East division and are known as The Bronx Bombers.

The Bronx Bombers is a nickname used for the New York Yankees. It refers to the team’s ability to produce powerful hits, mainly home runs. Although not official, it is said that the nickname originated in July of 1936 by the New York World-Telegram.

Not A Patriot
ub Tue, 03/17/2020 - 10:48

Welcome to the new deflated Brady Bull. He once said he would be a Patriot forever, but time changes all and Super Bowl champion Tom Brady now says he is leaving Patriots after leading the team to six victorious championships.

He made it clear he is gone from New England after two decades, three league MVPs and six Super Bowl rings. But where will he run to?

Also, here are some additional noteworthy GOAT stats.
4x Super Bowl MVP
3x Regular-Season MVP
2nd All-time pass yards
2nd All-time pass TD
1st All-time wins
14x Pro Bowl Selection