Archive for October, 2009

METS NEED TO CHECK OUT NOAH LOWRY

By at 31 October, 2009, 5:20 pm

The SF Giants have cut ties with talented but injured LHP Noah Lowry but turning down his option of $6.25 M for 2010.
Lowry has not pitched in two years as he suffered from an arm injury and then had surgery to remove a rib that interfered with his circulation. Lowry accused the Giants medical staff […]

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“WHO’S YOUR MAC DADDY”, AND IF HIGHLANDER FANS GO TO THE WORLD SERIES DO THEY MAKE A SOUND?

By at 31 October, 2009, 10:49 am

WELCOME TO YANKEE STADIUM ZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Great, great post today by James Kannengieser over at Amazin’ Avenue commenting on a post by Jeff Pearlman on Mark McGwire becoming the hitting coach for the St. Louis Cardinals where Pearlman gets all righteous slamming McGwire with the tired old cheater line.
Kannengieser brings up the Amazin’ Tuesday even that Pearlman […]

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CHECK OUT FRANKIE THE SPORTS GUY ON WGBB RADIO THIS SUNDAY NIGHT @ 10PM ET

By at 31 October, 2009, 9:18 am

Join Frank Manascalco (a/k/a Frankie The Sports Guy) at 10PM ET for Sports Radio NY on AM 1240 WGBB. Frankie’s guest will be Mets fan extraordinaire and author Dana Brand, baseball blogger, Adam Bernacchio of The Ghost of Moonlight Graham and former Yankee third baseman, Charlie Hayes.
Frankie’s show steams live on the web at am1240wgbb […]

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“PUT YOUR MAKE UP ON, FIX YOUR HAIR UP PRETTY AND MEET ME TONIGHT IN ATLANTIC CITY”

By at 30 October, 2009, 9:35 am

 
Observations of Game 2 of the World Series from a conscientious objector:
 
Patients at the plate is a good thing but there comes a time when you have to change your approach. Last night the Phuck Phaces stayed a bit too passive as Pie Man was throwing first pitch strikes to just about every batter. When […]

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PAGING MYSTIQUE AND AURA: PLEASE REPORT TO THE NY HIGHLANDER BULLPEN

By at 29 October, 2009, 8:46 am

So Highlander fans,  you think it’s easy playing the Phuck Phace’s ? Try doing it eighteen times a year like the Mets have to, it’s no joke.
 
Intimidation is a major component in a sporting endeavor. The ability to get into your opponents head will make the difference between winning and losing when the physical aspect […]

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A DAY OF SUCKITUDE FOR SURE

By at 28 October, 2009, 12:14 pm

 
 
My ambition meter is on empty today so I’m just warning you.
Weather wise it is one miserable day in NYC, rain and cold and just the kind of day to stay home and do nothing, which is what I plan to do. The forecast calls for the rain to stop or just go to drizzle […]

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HAPPY “GETS BY BUCKNER” DAY TO YOU

By at 25 October, 2009, 10:24 am

OH WHAT A NIGHT
Where were you on October 25th 1986? I was in my living room in our brand new railroad flat in Bay Ridge watching one of the great comebacks not only in Mets history but all of baseball history.
We haven’t seen a Daniel Murphy post in a while so thank you John […]

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R.I.P THE BIG WHISTLE

By at 25 October, 2009, 9:38 am

Rangers fan are mourning the death today of Bill ‘The Big Whistle” Chadwick who passed away yesterday. Chadwick was the first American to become an on ice official and is credited with coming up with the hand signals used by linesmen and referees. But what Chadwick is most famous for is his role as an […]

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TOO MUCH MONKEY BUSINESS

By at 24 October, 2009, 10:19 am

Chuck Berry and Keith Richards on You Tube

Maybe the collars of the Highlander Nine are loose and comfy but that’s not the case for some of their fans. Most of the Highlander fans that I grew up with or the ones I know who are my age or a little younger, are still very feisty. […]

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THE ANGELS WANT TO WEAR MY RED SHOES

By at 23 October, 2009, 9:24 am

Could this be? Could this be the one saving grace for Mets fans this baseball season to forget? When people ask me you I’m rooting for this post season I now have a definitive answer, I’m rooting for Joe Girardi and baseball defying moves. Down the stretch of the season the formula was Chamberlain, Hughes […]

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