This Mets team is something special.
Mr. Willet’s Fears of the Second Half
Oh so nervous for the second half.
A Magic Night At Shea
I have so many great memories of both working in Shea and attending games as a fan. One day, perhaps, I'll write more about that.
The Voice Inside Mr. Willet’s Head
It is when things are good, like this season, that the voice is at its worst as it talks to me constantly.
Mr. Willet’s Point of View
I've tried doing daily poems and fancy blog posts and anything I thought would draw attention. However, the internet is a very large ocean and nobody is going to notice me pouring cans of surgery sweet blue and orange soda into it.
Ghosts in the Grass: Celebrations
In my five years working at Major League Baseball teams, there were plenty of highs and there were plenty of lows. There were more wins than losses, but more heartbreaks than jubilation.
Some of my Favorite Baseball Spots on the Internet
I view baseball Opening Day as the same as Christmas morning. It is one of my favorite times of the year. So, as we approached the 2022 Opening Day, I did a countdown, sort of like an advent calendar, but instead of a little toy behind each flap on a box, I posted a new link to some of my favorite locations on the internet.
Ghosts in the Grass: The Pendelton Moment
And then the Pendleton Moment happens, where something goes wrong, sometimes subtle, sometimes huge, and everything changes. Everything has swung back in the other direction and never returns.
Opening Day Countdown (Advent Calendar): Day 14 (11 Days to Go) – Baseball Gifs
I was exploring Reddit a bit more than usual and I stumbled across a few interesting baseball subreddits I had not seen before. Included in those (and I am not sure how I missed it before) is r/baseballgifs which, among the top of all time include not only a gif of his accuracy in throwing but his pillow fighting skills, as well.
Opening Day Countdown (Advent Calendar): Day 13 (12 Days to Go) – Strange Endings
I am not sure I would have labeled this as the Craziest Endings in Baseball History, but they sure are entertaining.