A Word of Thanks To Gordon Donovan and Kelly Madden

An article by posted on August 17, 2013

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I wanted to post some amazing photographs taken by Kelly Madden and Gordon Donovan who were at last night’s game at NYSEG Stadium where a dominant performance by Noah Syndergaard propelled Binghamton to a 5-4 win over the New Britain Rock Cats. That first shot you see there, was taken by Kelly last night. What a great shot…

In this stunning photo taken by Gordon Donovan, Syndergaard is ready to fire away and deliver a strike. It was one of many as the young righthander struck out ten batters in his five scoreless innings of work.

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Underrated third baseman Josh Rodriguez has a .387 on-base and 27 doubles to go along with his 71 runs scored this season for the first place Binghamton Mets. Photo by Kelly Madden.

Binghamton closer Jeff Walters notched his league leading 35th save of the season last night and has already broken the franchise record for the most saves in a season. We may see Walters in Citi Field come September after the minor league postseason. Photo by Gordon Donovan.

I’ve always been a great admirer of art and photography. And while my own talents lie mostly in graphic design, I have a profound appreciation for great baseball photography. These are just four photographs taken last night by two amazing Met fans whose photos we are privileged to share from time to time in many of our minor league posts.

I just wanted to give them both a shout-out and thank them for allowing us to showcase their wonderful work both on MMO and MetsMinors.net.

You can follow Gordon Donovan at Twitter at @gordonovan and also visit his site here.

You can follow Kelly Madden on Twitter at kmadden27_and also visit her site here.

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