ABOUT THE BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE
Brooklyn sports are back and the Brooklyn Daily Eagle is dedicated in covering them at Brooklyn Eagle Sports because we are all Brooklyn, all the time.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle is published five days a week as a morning newspaper. We are the only daily in New York City devoted exclusively to Brooklyn.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle was originally founded in 1841 and published continuously until 1955 when the original Eagle folded. The Brooklyn Daily Bulletin, a successor to the Eagle, began publishing that same year, and published continuously until 1996, when it merged with the revived Daily Eagle. Today, the combined Brooklyn Daily Eagle and Brooklyn Daily Bulletin can boast continuous publication since 1841.
Everything Brooklyn Media also produces a weekly edition of the Brooklyn Eagle, which is sold on newsstands throughout Brooklyn, and is available by subscription with overnight delivery by USPS periodicals delivery.
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ABOUT ROB ABRUZZESE
The blog is run by Brooklyn Daily Eagle reporter Rob Abruzzese. Rob is a seasoned reporter and graduate from Brooklyn College who has covered sports for the YES Network, ESPN, The Community Newspaper Group, The South Shore Standard, ESPNNewYork.com, The New York Daily News, and Pinstripes Plus Magazine. You can follow Abruzzese on Twitter @RobAbruzzese.