Conclusion: My whole life I always assumed Divine Intervention lead the New York Mets to win the 1986 World Series. However, what if it wasn't Divine Intervention? What if it was the exact opposite?
Walter Stoneham Curses the Mets (Part 1)
My whole life I always assumed Divine Intervention lead the New York Mets to win the 1986 World Series. However, what if it wasn't Divine Intervention? What if it was the exact opposite?
I was a kid. A 13 year old entering into some of the most confusing years of my life. Arm issues left me incapable of playing sports and a crippling shyness left me unable to do much else. At 43 it is weird to look back at 13 and say I was lost in the world. I had barely taken any steps at all in this world at 13, but somehow, that is what I felt. Lost. Confused. Lonely.
Earning Jimmy O’Donnell’s Ticket
by Sean Lilly I have a friend (we’ll call him Adam) who often gets premium tickets to Red Sox games, and he loves to tell me about them. I am a Mets’ fan, but I’ve lived in Massachusetts long enough to know the sublime pleasure of sitting in the stands at Fenway of a summer’s... Continue Reading →
A View of the Yankees From the Rest of Us
Okay, now that I have spent my weekend as a Yankee fan and my appetite is finally coming back, let’s talk a little bit about the Yankees. My grandfather was a Brooklyn Dodger fan. My father was a Brooklyn Dodger fan. I grew up as a Mets fan. I worked for the Baltimore Orioles in... Continue Reading →
Becoming a Yankee Fan
by Tom Keenan When I check baseball scores, the first thing I check is the Mets score (if I am not already watching it) to see if they are winning/won. I then check to see if the Phillies are losing/lost. And then I check to see if the Yankees are losing/lost. Then I may check... Continue Reading →