Saw this during the All Star Game. Hey, some days I need content.
SLACKISH REACTION: I don’t even know what to say. Let me start here..
Let me to some math…8:23 is like 8:30, threeand a half hours…that’s midnight.
I am stunned to see the final score.
I made it to 9:45.
As I wrote yesterday, I traditionally LOVE the All Star Game and have the last twenty something on tape.
Last night’s game just wasn’t grabbing me. The one Mets player was out. I don’t know who half these guys are. I understand that YOU might, but I don’t.
And around 9:45 I decided I didn’t care. I actually watched CNN for a bit to see what Trump was up to. Then back to the game and then turned it off whenever it was that the AL changed all 9 players to guys I had really never heard of.
And now I see the game was 10-9 and extra innings.
If an All Star Game falls in the woods, does it make a sound?
Here’s a map for MLB.
My focus group of two included a 15 year old. He came by “because Dad asked” but he left when JDG did. Not much interest in this house.
My takeaways? Stop starting these games so late. And baseball needs to market their stars better. I thought they did a good job at that last night by putting mikes on a few guys and letting Joe Buck clown up a little. It was much more interesting than the normal dugout stuff which is what I thought we would get.
Anyway, mixed emotions here. I feel like baseball threw a cool party in the middle of the night after I went home. The part of the party I was at? Boring.
NOT LINKING: The Every Year First Half Grades articles, and more “is Yo coming back?” stuff.
STUFF FOR YOU TO READ: Oh yeah I almost forgot, I had a lot yesterday.
I think is more coverage than we got out of Fox.
Hey look at the Post crushing it today….now they have bad news about Mike Piazza’s soccer team. Looks like it went bankrupt and will have to play in the top amateur league, Serie D.
Soccer scarf tip to @mediagoon for letting me know about this.
So I don’t know too much about this, but the guys over at Van Hagar took a break from posting Jason Jacome game used cleats to write about these Mets 9-11 jerseys.
Seems there is this eBay posting…here look….
I challenge the Mets to buy back the same twenty 9/11 jersey’s that they sold me for $50,000. I don’t want one cent of the money.
The Mets would have to make two checks, both for $25,000 each.
The first would be made to the Shannon Forde Foundation. Shannon was a long time employee of the Mets and past away two years ago from cancer. Shannon has two young children that could use the money for their education.
The second check would be made out to Ed Kranepool. Kranepool was a long time Met that gave his heart and soul to the team for 18 long seasons. He is an original Met and also played on that miracle team in 1969 that won the World Series. Ed is in need of a kidney transplant and this money will help with his hospital bills.
There’s more information over at Media Goon’s site.