Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Swimming For Sunlight: A Novel
By Allie Larkin
Atria; trade paperback original; $16.99; available Tuesday, April 23
Allie Larkin is the internationally bestselling author of the novels Stay and Why Can't I Be You, and her new novel, Swimming for Sunlight, focuses on Katie Ellis and her anxious rescue dog, Barkimedes, who move back to her Florida hometown to rebuild her life.
Monday, April 22, 2019
On this date one year ago, the Yankees called up their top prospect, infielder Gleyber Torres.
This was a very consequential a move made by the Yankees, who were 10-9 at the time, and he was a big part of why they went on to win 100 games in the regular season.
Sunday, April 21, 2019
|Yankee Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Photo by Jason Schott.|
On Sunday, ahead of Earth Day, the Yankees highlighted their current sustainability initiatives and celebrated that they are the first major North American sports team to join the UN Sports for Climate Action Framework.
|The Yankees celebrate their win on Sunday. Photo by Jason Schott.|
Yankees Manager Aaron Boone is known for his optimism, that he will always believe his players can win no matter how much adversity they are facing or who he is penciling in as the starting nine.
|Aaron Judge. Photo by Jason Schott.|
Yankees right fielder Aaron Judge was placed on the injury list with a left oblique strain on Sunday morning.
Judge is now the 13th Yankee to go on the IL as he suffered the oblique injury on a swing in the sixth inning of Saturday's 9-2 win over Kansas City.
|NYCFC celebrates a goal on Sunday. @NYCFC.|
This weekend, the MLS locals were on the road again, with New York City Football Club earning their first win of the season, 2-0, over D.C. United on Sunday afternoon, while the Red Bulls fell to New England 1-0 on Saturday.