We’re rooting for Boston

The events in Boston yesterday were a despicable act, there is no other way to describe it. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all the people affected. Unfortunately, it always seems that negative events bring out the best in us as a society. We should EVERYDAY focus on what IT is THAT IS good in people and not have to let horrific events like … [Read more...]

Who can we call about better scheduling around here?!

MLB has to figure a way to put together a better schedule early in the season. The Mets were in Minnesota this weekend playing baseball in the SNOW and finally today were postponed due to inclement weather. Maybe some of the hundreds of millions of dollars that was spent on Target Field should have included a retractable dome to avoid early season … [Read more...]

And the claws come out

The Dodgers/Padres game last night resulted in an all out brawl in the 6th inning after Zack Greinke of the Dodgers hit Carlos Quentin of the Padres in the back with a pitch. I think Carlos got confused because instead of taking first base he stormed out to the pitchers mound and decided to tackle Greinke. What happened to the days of just take … [Read more...]

Jackie Robinson’s Major League Debut

Today's Date In Baseball History: April 10, 1947 will forever be one of the most important dates in baseball lure. This was the date that Jackie Robinson's contract was purchased by the Brooklyn Dodgers from the Montreal Royals and 5 days later on April 15th, Jackie Robinson made his major league debut. He integrated the game of baseball and paved … [Read more...]

Will the Mets dominate?

It is still very early in the season but with week 1 in the books the Mets are 5-2 in the very competitive NL east. They are coming off a dominating performance last night with rookie sensation Matt Harvey winning again striking out 9 and giving up only 3 hits in 7 innings. John Buck provided all the offense the Mets needed with a 3 run homerun off … [Read more...]