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The baseball card collector from hell

Like a lot of kids I collected baseball cards. I remember having most of the 68-70 Topps series. This was the era when the players largely resembled marines.   432 more words


Despite finish, Mets 2015 season still major step forward

By Steven Inman

The Mets roller coaster 2015 season has now come to an end. This may be the Mets most memorable year since 1986. A season that started with an early 11-game winning streak, followed with months of offensive ineptitude, a pair of sensational rookie starting pitchers finding their footing in the bigs, a trade that wasn’t, a trade that was, a strong summer overtaking the division favorite Nationals followed by a magical playoff run. 387 more words


Just Like That, It's Over

The baseball season consists of 162 games. That does not include the 25 plus Spring Training games or the potential 10 plus post season games that 30 teams dream of playing. 491 more words

Wrapping Up the World Series

After going one-for-two in my wild card game picks, and three-for-four in the divisional series predictions, my crystal ball went as cold as the Cubs bats. 393 more words

Baseball In General

Another glorious NYC Marathon Sunday, viewed up close. The Jets are nosediving, and a 52-49 NFL game? Sure. And all hail the Kansas City Royals, world champs.

Lots of wonderful things I’ve discovered about living in NYC for the past four years.

One of my top three favorites, though, is the first Sunday in November. 880 more words

Game Three Preview – It’s Go Time for The Mets

By: Joe Botana

“Those who fail to learn the lessons of history are destined to repeat them.”

As game three of the 2015 World Series approaches, the Royals and the Mets will have different variants of this maxim on their minds. 698 more words

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