Lets go mets. Since I have been a young child, all I can remember are Saturdays at Shea and talking Mets with my family. I feel a lot of Met fans emerged from the darkness during the 2006 season. I say this because in my school there is not one single die-hard met fan. Honestly, I don't know many besides my family and a few people I've met over the years. I feel there are not many true orange and blue fans out there. I joined bleacher reports so I could share my thoughts with some real Met fans. I also would love to learn some things I've never known before. Thats all. This should say that I live, die, and breathe Mets. Also, visit my site http://njnysports.blogspot.com/
Please check this out and let me know what you think. Thanks.
In wake of the ALCS, please check out my interview with the former Yankee and Angel, the truly inspirational, Jim Abbott!
As the Mets are done, the season is still fun
Greetings baseball fans -
Have a couple of new selections on Dodger baseball out of the oven and ready for you to sample. Hope you will be able to drop by for a look see:
What is Joey Dorsey's real height? I talk about that and his status with the Houston Rockets in my latest article.
Please check it out and provide your comments. Much appreciated!
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote The Year Too Early NFL All-Decade Team.
This is its baseball counterpart, The Half of a Year Too Early MLB All-Decade Team, and my 100th article here on Bleacher Report.
Part VI. I believe I am halfway home. Looking forward for your comments. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/229215-anatomy-of-a-franchise-new-york-mets-part-vi-building-for-greatness
Hi then, hello again! This is a celebration of the Bleachers on my milestone article. Hope you have a chance to give a look.
All the best!
Hi then, hello again!
Here is a press box game article from Clayton Kershaw's domination of the Astros, with a few added nuggets. Hope you get a chance to stop by and check it out.