Hall of Fame Catcher Yogi Berra Leaves a Legacy of Long Balls and Laugh Out Loud Witticisms

Growing up there was two Yogis in my life. One was, “The Bear,” and the other, was Berra. Yesterday, our National Past Time lost one of the greatest whoever played the game to natural causes.  And for the guy who coined the phrase, “It ain’t over till it’s over,” it… Read more“Hall of Fame Catcher Yogi Berra Leaves a Legacy of Long Balls and Laugh Out Loud Witticisms”

The Mets Fall to the Braves, but Reduce Magic Number to 5 Over the Nationals

For the second consecutive night the Mets squander early leads, and maintain a magic number 5 to clinch the NL East, compliments of my new best friends, the Baltimore Orioles. The Nationals are mimicking the Mets poor performance at the worst possible time, but NY better not get too cozy… Read more“The Mets Fall to the Braves, but Reduce Magic Number to 5 Over the Nationals”

The Mets Sitting Pretty in the NL East With Their Third Consecutive Come From Behind Win Against The Nats

Mets manager Terry Collins’ clairvoyant line-up moves have been the catalyst for three consecutive come from behind wins and NY is now sitting very pretty in the NL East driver’s seat with a commanding seven game lead. Last night it was the seldom-used Kirk Nieuwenhuis with the go-ahead homer, and… Read more“The Mets Sitting Pretty in the NL East With Their Third Consecutive Come From Behind Win Against The Nats”

Matt Harvey Doesn’t Have It, But the Mets Rally From a Six Run Deficit to Beat the Nats

On a night when Matt Harvey didn’t have it, the resilient Mets rocked Washington’s world, rallying from a six run deficit, defeating the Nats 8-7. This was not the outing NY was hoping for from Harvey, but three of the seven runs scored on his watch were the result of… Read more“Matt Harvey Doesn’t Have It, But the Mets Rally From a Six Run Deficit to Beat the Nats”