Archive for April, 2014

2014: The 50th Anniversary of My Mets Fandom

By at 29 April, 2014, 10:14 am

<> Nothing was ever better than hearing Jane Jarvis play Meet The Mets on the Thomas Organ.    Been reading and hearing a lot of stories about this year being the 50th anniversary of the opening of Shea Stadium and the World’s Fair returning to NYC at Flushing Meadow Park, right next door to the […]


NY Mets Show Heart on Field and in Clubhouse

By at 27 April, 2014, 12:21 pm

    Tough loss for Mets last night but with a win today it would be another series win and big one as it would make 5 of 8 series the team has taken. So while we wait to root for Mets win today, some observations: As good as the bullpen has been of late, […]


Mets Offense More Embarrassing Than A Flipped Bird

By at 23 April, 2014, 10:15 am

    This is Congressman Michael Grim. He represents me and my fellow Staten Islanders in Congress. When this incident went viral many were shocked, SHOCKED at the Congressman’s behavior.  I just laughed and said  as many of my fellow Staten Islanders did as well “good for you Congressman” What happen since that incident? Nothing. It went away, just the like the […]


Bob-Bob-Bob Bob-by Abreu

By at 21 April, 2014, 10:29 am

<>  Happy Patriots Day Boston! Stay Strong! Some quick Mets observations on a busy Monday: It’s no surprise that Bobby Abreu has been summoned from Las Vegas to give the Mets offense a veteran lefty bat off the bench.  Abreu proved he is above Triple A pitching and his on base prowess fits the Alderson […]


Farewell Ike Davis

By at 19 April, 2014, 10:31 am

  Finally the logjam at first base has been broken as Ike Davis and his hitch in his swing head to Pittsburgh. The initial reaction on #MetsTwitter was fantastic. The Twitts who killed Ike from last season on, were treating this deal as one of the Mets all time worst moves.  The bottom line here […]


Mets Have A Big Game Today, What…Too Early ?

By at 16 April, 2014, 11:14 am

  For all the moaning and groaning we Mets fans have done this early in the season, when you survey the these first two week of the season a 7-7 record is pretty good if not close to over achiever status for  the Mets. Yes of course there are still problems and holes on this […]


Shake ‘Em Up Terry

By at 14 April, 2014, 8:17 am

      Check out the latest Kult of Mets Personalities Podcast from this past Saturday as we welcomed Matt Cerrone of Mets Blog as our guest. It’s worth a listen just to hear me rant incoherently about bringing up Bobby Abreu and giving him a first baseman’s glove. Hey, I was on 5 hours […]


Keane on Sports Podcast 4-9-14

By at 10 April, 2014, 9:23 am

      On this episode of Keane on Sports, I’m joined by Jon Hart who has written the book Man versus Ball : One Ordinary Guy and his Extraordinary Sports Adventures and by NEWSDAY columnist Neil Best as we talk about the state of of sports talk radio in NYC Share this:


Shake ‘Em Up Sandy

By at 8 April, 2014, 9:19 am

  Sorry all trades are final, yes everyone on that list is available. You can mix and match, an outfielder and a pitcher for a back end reliever  or Ike, a Billy Wagner bobblehead and an 8X10 of Jeff Wilpon and 50 Cent  for shortstop, make me an offer nothing will be refused”    This past Sunday […]


The NY Mets Plan? There Is No Plan

By at 6 April, 2014, 11:04 am

      Yesterday was one of the great Mets wins in a long, long time. Bravo Ike Davis for bringing the fan base to its feet with cheers instead of tears but the fact that Ike gets the start at 1B today make this nice little 2 game win streak irrelevant . While Mets […]