|You think I'm done?|
Hand me my checkbook
Friday, December 23, 2022
Steve Cohen Keeps Daring Us to Dream Bigger
Tuesday, December 20, 2022
Beyond the Power of Reason
Things have been progressing slower for Mets fans after the frenetic week of baseball's winter meetings. There have been some press conferences and a surprise near-miss on another huge free agent. The Mets also signed a catcher, ratcheting up the speculation that James McCann won't be back next year. There is still a definite need to procure a productive fourth outfielder. They re-signed Adam Ottavino, but the Mets may also seek to add one more experienced late-inning reliever to the bullpen mix. Beyond that, as the pursuit of Carlos Correa proved, it's unwise to make any assumptions about what the Mets still might do to make a successful offseason even better.
Monday, December 12, 2022
Monday, December 5, 2022
Back in the 90s, the Olive Garden restaurant chain ran commercials featuring the Italian word "abbondanza." Translated to English, the word means plenty. For Olive Garden, the philosophy seemed to be, "sure, the food is inauthentic and mediocre at best, but we serve you a lot of it!" They even had a dish dubbed "Chicken Pasta Abbondanza." I ate at an Olive Garden once in my life, and that was only because it was the favorite restaurant of the family of a young lady who I was quite smitten with. I'm sure my beloved Italian grandmother rolled over in her grave over my blasphemous transgression, but that young lady more than made it up to me later that night. Priorities, you know?
Saturday, December 3, 2022
Then Came the Last Days of Jake
This one undeniably hurts, even though I'm sure the Mets can successfully move on from Jacob deGrom.
Man the Lifeboats
Things aren't going well for the 2023 New York Mets one-quarter of the way through the season. Today we'll look at the starting pitc...
Don't believe everything you read from the so-called experts. They can be every bit as uninformed as the guy on the next barstool over. ...
Matt Harvey's star burned so brightly, it's hard to imagine that his greatness only lasted for 3 MLB seasons. I've been working ...