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New York Mets
It’s a common spring training baseball that can be purchased in the gift shop for six bucks! Sorry kid, you’re on your own (vroom!).
Kiner, Lindsey Nelson and Bob Murphy (pictured left) have all since passed. If you weren’t aware of Kiner’s broadcasting charm, here’s a fitting introduction. Also, audio of the Mets first radio broadcast, after the jump…
The Mets recently put out a video of some of their players singing that timeless holiday classic, “Sleigh Bells.” We’re assuming that these guys — including Matt Harvey and David Wright — did this of their own volition, but it doesn’t appear that way.
“It wasn’t terribly surprising that the fact of the meeting became known within minutes of dessert.”
Twitter Police? Man Arrested For Allegedly Threatening ‘Friday The 13th’-Style Violence Against Mets’ Players
A day after the Giants’ Brandon Jacobs received threats on Twitter, another social media lout was actually arrested for threatening to blow up Citi Field, also on Twitter.
All the goodwill that Valentine may have built up during his time with the Mets is disappearing fast. It’s not easy making the “Evil Empire” the good guy, but if anyone can do it, it’s a dickhead like Bobby.
It’s possible that Matt Harvey’s career as an elite MLB pitcher has been cut tragically short. The 24-year-old righty has a partial tear in his right elbow, which could need Tommy John surgery and would keep him out of baseball until 2015.
Between good and evil, between light and darkness, between the Citi Field promenade level and the first floor parking lot waiting for the elevator, is Met Man.
When “The Today Show” invited that huge Mets fan who couldn’t open a water bottle on this morning, two things happened: 1) The Mets officially became irrelevant and 2) The segment became some kind of strange euphemism for erectile dysfunction.
The irony here is so dense it actually has a physical weight. Remind me never to stand up at a Mets game, ever.