I'm Nick Del Mastro; I enjoy long walks on the beach and candlelight dinners, but nothing compares to my love of all things sports. I work at WINE to bring you the Sports Minute because I believe the stars of tomorrow deserve a spotlight today- and local sports mean the world to me. I broadcast football, baseball, and basketball through WXCI- which is Western Connecticut State University's radio station- and will be graduating from the University in December.
Nick Del Mastro
Norwalk Revolution Win Babe Ruth World Series
Last year the dream ended in the semi-finals, but this time around the Norwalk Revolution took home the title of World Champions!
Hilarious “You Ugly” Note Passed Through Airport Security
Airports are a hassle to get through, and going through security is never fun. But can you imagine getting a note like this when you're just trying to catch a flight?
Tests Find West Nile Virus in Connecticut Mosquitoes
Mosquitoes are annoying enough, however some found in Hartford have tested positive for West Nile Virus.
Keeping Up With the Danbury Hat Tricks
The Danbury Hat Tricks have been on the move filling out their player and personnel rosters; here are the latest adjustments.
5 Unique Sports to Help Get You Through Summer
Summer is a time for fun and festivities, these games will help liven up all your events!
Will Local Morning Show Host Join The Danbury Westerners?
One of the Morning Show guys have a big announcement to make, maybe a career change is in their future?
All-Star Game Set for the NECBL, Danbury Players Make the Roster
The Summer baseball season is winding down, but there is still time for the All-Stars to shine in the NECBL.
The Danbury Hat Tricks Want to Buy YOU a Drink
Danbury's new hockey team is hosting a happy hour at Texas Roadhouse, and you're invited! Meet coaches and players while enjoying food and drink courtesy of the Danbury Hat Tricks
Connecticut Whale Women’s Team Set to Call Danbury Home
The Danbury Ice Arena has become home to another hockey team: the Connecticut Whale women's team.
The Danbury Hat Tricks Continue to Add Talent, Sign Phil Bronner
Danbury's hockey team is filling out its roster with Phil Bronner signing on. The 30-year-old will be the 11th player to join the Hat Tricks and is looking to bring his physical style of play back to the Hat City.