9-11-01: An Unfathomable Tragedy, A Changed Nation, A Changed World

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9-11-01: An Unfathomable Tragedy, A Changed Nation, A Changed World

Inspired by my colleague Annie Savoy, I thought I would share my experiences from 9/11 as well. As some of you may already know, I am 16 years old and a senior in high school; putting me in 2nd grade at merely the age of six on the morning of September 11th, 2001. Despite being so young, I remember that […]

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Game Preview: Cubs vs Mets

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Today is one of those days where the game doesn’t mean that much. Today is one of those days where we can take a step back from baseball and be thankful that we live in a world where we can have baseball, where can have the leisure time to enjoy a sport and the freedom […]

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Remembering 9/11: Has There Ever Been A More Heroic Home Run?

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Has there ever been a more heroic home run then Mike Piazza’s go-ahead shot on September 21, 2011? I’m not talking your standard baseball heroics, obviously there have been greater moments in bigger BASEBALL context throughout the history of the game. By baseball standards, Piazza’s home run was simply a go-ahead home run in an ordinary regular […]

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Mets Post Game: E6, E5, E6, E5, BS, L

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Mets Post Game: E6, E5, E6, E5, BS, L

Get your minds out of the gutter Metsmerizers, the BS is for “blown save”… I don’t usually get asked to do these game recaps so this will be anything but typical. Despite a somewhat solid effort from starting pitcher Chris Capuano, and an almost valiant comeback attempt led by the resurgent Jason Bay, the Mets still found a […]

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St. Lucie Falls To Daytona In Game One

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St. Lucie Falls To Daytona In Game One

With the Mets and Cubs locked in a tense 1-1 tie in the bottom of the 8th, in the opener of the FSL Championship Series, Daytona shortstop Elliot Soto singled to drive in the go-ahead run. Soto would score later in the inning to give the Cubs a 3-1 victory, in the best-of-five game series. […]

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Starting Line-up, Game Preview: Cubs vs Mets

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Here is today’s starting lineup for the Mets: 1. Jose Reyes SS 2. Ruben Tejada 2B 3. Lucas Duda RF 4. David Wright 3B 5. Angel Pagan CF 6. Jason Bay LF 7. Nick Evans 1B 8. Mike Nickeas C 9. Chris Capuano LHP The Mets and Cubs play game two this afternoon. Last night, […]

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Savannah Evens Series With Game Two Victory

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Savannah Evens Series With Game Two Victory

Savannah Sand Gnats pinch-hitter Blake Forsythe hit a run-scoring double in the bottom of the 8th inning, to break a 2-2 tie and bring home C Albert Cordero with the winning run. The 3-2 Sand Gnats’ victory over the Augusta Green Jackets evened the best-of-three series at one game apiece. The Sand Gnats were able to take […]

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Cyclones 12 Run, 16 Hit Attack Rolls In Game Two

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Cyclones 12 Run, 16 Hit Attack Rolls In Game Two

The Cyclones plated 12 runs, scoring in every inning except the first and ninth, with four pitchers combining to hold Staten Island to 5 runs, evening the best-of-three series at one game apiece. Brooklyn forces a decisive third game, winning Game Two by a final score of 12-5. RHP Jeffrey Walters started the game for […]

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The 2001 Mets: Where Are They Now?

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The 2001 Mets: Where Are They Now?

With the 2001 Mets back in the spotlight as we get set to honor the 10th anniversary of the attacks on September 11, I thought I’d hit Wiki to see what most of the players from that team are doing these days. GM Steve Phillips - Co-host of “Jason and the GM” on Sirius Radio, with […]

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Cyclones Fall To The Evil Empire In Game One

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Cyclones Fall To The Evil Empire In Game One

While the bats were fast asleep last night, there were some pretty good pitching performances in the New York Penn League Division Series opener between the Staten Island Yankees and the Brooklyn Cyclones. Unfortunately for the Cyclones, their great pitching went to waste, as they succumbed to the bad guys by a score of 2-0. […]

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