A-Rod and Hookers? Maine Panic? $5 Yankee Tickets?

Mets PoliceSenior Analyst IMarch 22, 2009

TAMPA, FL - FEBRUARY 28:  Infielder Alex Rodriguez #13 of the New York Yankees goes back to first after a hit against the Minnesota Twins during a Grapefruit League Spring Training game at George M. Steinbrenner Field on February 28, 2009 in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by J. Meric/Getty Images)

I find it really interesting that this may finally be the year that sports fans finally tell the pro leagues to go MOSFU (again that's Mets Police code for a big f.u.). 

Selig is worried about the recession.

The Yankees are taking out full page ads to get people to buy tickets.

Now Mushnick is warning that Jets fans are moving upstairs to avoid PSLs, which may force those who used to have tickets upstairs all the way out of the stadium.

I try to stay away from the truly negative, so if you want to read about A-Rod and hookers, go for it.

Rule of Mets blogging mean I have to be the 10,000th blog to link to Daniel Murphy will bat second and to weigh in about Maine:

Calm down about Maine.  It's the spring, just get your work in.  End of "Generic Maine had a bad start" article.

Should the Yankees let Jeter go?  Even if he's at 2600+ hits?   Here's a well thought out article. 

New Stadium Insider tells you how to get $5 tickets for Yankee games. 

Bondy can'e figure out why NYers don't care about the WBC.  The answer Flip is that unless Wright and Jeter are wearing hats with NY on them we don't care.  I'm watching the Mets now and feel like there's a big hole at third.

Damn spring training game just played that awful Everybody Clap Your Hands clapclapclapclap crap.   The announcers clearly hate it.  I hate it.  You hate it.  Leave this one with the ruins of Shea and hire an organ player (which was one of my suggestions for New Traditions at C-Field. )

Santana looked good!