As is usual every year, I’m making my annual trip to Columbus, Ohio to see the Triple-A All-Stars in person.
This is my eighth annual all-star game, and it’s a trip I’d like to make (god willing) for the remainder of my lifetime.
I’ve been doing this since 2011 in Salt Lake City, and have done trips to Buffalo, New York City, Durham, Omaha, Charlotte, Tacoma and I’m now looking forward to the week in Columbus.
Representing our Mets (well, Las Veags) in the Triple-A All-Star Game is outfielder Zach Borenstein, after Ty Kelly and Jeff McNeil backed out at the last moment.
You can follow along the coverage all week long on Twitter @NikoMetsPlus, and here on the blog.