Tag: MLB

Why I’m Not Interested in the MLB Draft

Today is day one of the Major League Baseball first year player draft. The draft, which is ceremoniously held in MLB Network’s Studio 42 (the one that looks like a baseball field) every year, is a most interesting time for teams, who have meticulously planned out their future seasons from some

Mets Hire Two New Public Address Announcers; One Female!

    This is very, very interesting news from the Mets. After Alex Anthony (the longest tenured Mets PA Announcer, from 2003 until 2017) firing at the beginning of the year, it was PA Announcer Rob Rush who took over the helm as the voice of the stadium. Rob’s voice was

Best Case Scenario, Where Does David Wright wind-up?

Picture this: The Mets have signed Frazier, and plan for him to be in the hot corner for the next two years. David Wright, who now no longer has the pressure of being the everyday third baseman, performs well in Spring Training, and is healthy enough to start the year

New York Mets 2017 Walk-Up Songs (Second-Half)

Courtesy of Sports Intros.

Two Days in the Show, and Rosario has a Topps NOW Card!

That didn’t take very long. Two days into his big league career, and Amed Rosario has his first (hopefully of many) Topps NOW Cards. ThE card, which one can purchase HERE, commemorates the occasion of Rosario’s first big-league hit, and is only available now through Thursday at 3 p.m. ET. Only the number ordered

How many Mets Blogs are out there?

Yesterday, I read an interesting column on the history of print and web based journalism, and how written mediums are quickly getting replaced by multi-media tactics. I knew this was prevalent in our society, but it’s becoming increasingly more clear nowadays when top-tier writers like Ken Rosenthal are linking to

Citi Field netting could be further expanded to the Foul Poles

This is absurdity at it’s best. Shannon Shark of MetsPolice.com, shared this New York Times article that came out yesterday over the state of protective netting at New York stadiums. In brief, the article talks about how Terry Collins and Jay Bruce support their employers  decision (shocker), and how the Yankees

My fear with the 2017 New York Mets

The Mets are heading into Texas to play a two game series with the Rangers, and for the first time in a while, I actually enjoyed Monday’s off day. Call me crazy, but there was something enjoyable about not watching four hours of disappointment and realization that this team that

Citi Field Facts, Figures and Thoughts

One of the most popular questions I get on a daily basis from Mets fans is what to do at Citi Field. While most fans live in New York, a lot of fans live outside of the Metropolitan area or simply do not have the time or the means to visit. So,

Asdrubal Cabrera’s Opening Day Status is in Limbo

One of the key additions to the Mets this season was the signing of credible shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera, however, he is the victim of the first injury of the Spring. According to the New York Times, will visit with the Mets’ medical staff and get an injection of platelet-rich plasma to

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