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Dan Siegel was born in New York City, but was raised and currently resides in central New Jersey. He has been a life-long New York Mets, New York Giants, and New York Rangers fan. He became a dedicated fan of the San Antonio Spurs after David Robinson's rookie year.
Dan also keeps up with the Yankees on a daily basis and also keeps his eyes on the other local teams including the Jets, Eagles, Phillies, Knicks, Nets, Devils, Islanders, and Flyers.
Should The Mets and Yankees make a trade? Would the Mets want Robinson Cano?
Hi , did you see the NY sports page on BR? it is not doing to well. it only has 4 fans, i think we should make it better and take the page under are wing, its time to for us to represent NY and show the world what this great place is all about. I asked Angel Navedo to be the community leader, we will see what he says. Are you in ?
Hey Dan—Dave Mo here, a Bleacher Report Community Coordinator.
I've been spending time on our Mets page and read a couple of your old articles. Really on-point analysis...you do good work.
Given that you haven't written in a while, I thought I'd check in and see if you're interested in picking up your coverage again. What do you say?
If not, it would be great if you could give me some feedback on why you decided to stop writing and what we could have done to better serve you. If you wouldn't mind, please shoot me a line at email@example.com with any thoughts.
Thanks so much,
Any plans to do a Mets Roundtable article in the near future? I would like to participate
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Thanks for adding me to your list of writers you're following. You honor me!
Sometimes you want guys that get by with guts and guile, vs. guys that have pure great stuff... Take Pelfrey for example, he has tremendous stuff, but is very very inconsistent... Also Heilman has a great fastball changeup combo, but he doesn't know how to use his strengths and keeps doing the same crap hoping that someone will chase a bad ball... The best way to go is to attack the hitter, rather than wasting pitch after pitch... And especially if you're a starter, because with pitch counts, you only have so long and have to be economical with you're pitches. The bottomline is that if you can only score about 2 or 3 runs a game, the room for error by Mets pitchers is next to impossible on a consistent basis and make it hard for this team to achieve success... The biggest thing is we need to trade Heilman, just to get him away.... I'd condone giving Muniz another shot...
Yeah its real tough here. But I hope to give the Mets fans out there a perspective on how Philly fans see the Mets. Because I dont really think many people understand how confident these Phils really are. Nor do they understand what terrible baseball fans they are in general.
Thanks for the insightful comments.
You're right, you never want to see a panic movie that loses good young talent. The problem is that in this market there is tremendous pressure to win every single year.
Hey Dan, Though we have opposing MLB teams, we are also in different leagues so no harm there, and it is great that we align perfectly in hockey and football. I appreciate the care you take in your articles, it translates to a great read. Looking forward to more.