The lines in italics below are from the SBD article and I present without comment until after.
7am: “I get the N.Y. Post and the Wall Street Journal.”
“9:30-noon: I won’t do any game prep at home.”
2pm:“I will listen to MIKE FRANCESA when he’s doing his baseball roundup.”
“4:00-5:30pm: When I get to the ballpark I begin my preparation for the game. I’m basically getting my scorecard ready, the statistics I like to look at.”
Then at 5:30 there’s a meeting with the SNY Producer who goes over what they are going to talk about.
So to recap, Keith’s TV prep includes two newspapers, Mike Francesa, and getting a scorecard ready. No talking to players, no attending the pressers, no calls, no checking in with the people/broadcasters who work for the opponents, no working at home. Newspapers and Mike Francesa.
SLACKISH REACTION: I won’t keep you. There’s nothing. I even deep dived and looked to to see if terms like Noah Syndergaard, Matt Harvey, Mickey Callaway, #MetsFansUnited or David Wright would turn up anything. There’s nothing. Yesterday was one of the quietest days I can remember.
NOT LNKING: silly Wally Backman to replace Mickey manager articles based on one random tweet.
Overwatch League fans love the Wilpons. They put together winning teams!
The Wilpon-owned New York Excelsior have been a juggernaut during the inaugural season of the Overwatch League, and people around the league are praising the Wilpons for their management of the video game club. Their roster, comprised mostly of South Korean players, is the top seed entering the playoffs and a heavy favorite to win the league’s first Grand Finals in Brooklyn on July 27 and 28.