Archive for March, 2014

Will Mets Sink or Swim? Depends on Late Inning Relief

By at 30 March, 2014, 3:39 pm

  It’s finally here. After 50 some odd inches of snow and the invasion of the Polar Vortex into our bones and vocabulary (ever since Hurricane Irene the meteorology community have gone pure ape shit over storms. Every time there is heavy rain or snow it’s the end of the world as these “look at […]


Check Out Keane on Sports Podcast 3-26-14

By at 27 March, 2014, 9:30 am

    On this episode of Keane on Sports Podcast, my guest is Doug Wilson, author of the book, BROOKS:The Biography of Brooks Robinson    Share this:


Whatever The Mets Are Selling, Is Anyone Buying?

By at 24 March, 2014, 9:39 am

  More roster moves were made today by the NY Mets and they were met with a lot of head shaking by Mets fans.  Seems the consensus is, Mets fans would rather see Wilmer Flores play shortstop over Ruben Tejada , hell, Mets fans would welcome anyone but Ruben Tejada playing at the shortstop spot. […]


10 Days Away From Opening Day…Do You Know Who Your Mets Are?

By at 21 March, 2014, 12:38 pm

Dennis Ribant has nothing to to do with this post. I just felt like posting his baseball card. For some reason I was thinking about Ribant and why his Mets career was so short. Yes, I need to go out and get some fresh air.    So we are a mere 10 days away from […]


Opening Day…….Are We There Yet ?

By at 15 March, 2014, 12:08 pm

Have  I lost my mind? Nope it’s time to make a BOLD move and by trading for Jimmy Rollins is as BOLD a move as you can make. See my rational below.   It’s been pretty lackluster spring training for the Mets. Aside from watching the bumper crops of young pitching prosper and which organization […]


Keane on Sports Podcast w/Jeff Pearlman Author of SHOWTIME

By at 6 March, 2014, 9:15 am

  On the latest Keane on Sports Podcast I am joined by Jeff Pearlman author of SHOWTIME: Magic, Kareem, Reilly and the Dynasty Of The 1980′s  (published by Gotham/Penguin Group) Also on the podcast is my reaction to the NY Rangers trading Ryan Callahan to the Tampa Bay Lighting for Martin St. Louis which broke […]


Mets Radio Booth Still In Flux

By at 5 March, 2014, 7:35 pm

  I’ve listened to a couple of games on WOR 710 so far this spring and it’s been more of an adjustment than I thought it would be. First off, the building I work in is not AM radio friendly so it takes a bit of effort  to maneuver the  radio I have on my […]