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Cialis testimonial The day started with Terry Collins and his daily FEMA update on his club. Cialis testimonial Collins is the definition of a ‘fox hole guy”, cialis testimonial as bad as this team is, cialis testimonial as inept as they are at the basic fundamentals of baseball, cialis testimonial as dismal as the outlook for next season appears, cialis testimonial Collins still talks about his players being talented and how they are playing out the season to the fullest and those of us in the conference room feel our pant legs getting drenched from being pissed on but being told it’s just condensation from the air conditioning unit.

Cialis testimonial So after a few eye roles we head out to the field to watch and schmooze while our heroes stretch and take BP. Cialis testimonial After a few minutes of observing and kibitzing, cialis testimonial the blogger group was introduced to former Mets catcher Barry Lyons. Cialis testimonial  We spent a good 20 minutes with Lyons talking about everything from his days as an 86er, cialis testimonial to Davey Johnson to catchers calling pitchers other than the pitching coach and how the 1986 Mets would have fared in the new social media world.

Cialis testimonial Lyons spoke of the special bond he and his 1986 Mets teammates have and how winning a championship builds that special bond forever. Cialis testimonial Lyons was wearing his Mets Alumni golf shirt and mentioned how even though he played for other teams (Dodgers, cialis testimonial Angels, cialis testimonial and White Sox) he will always be a Met. Cialis testimonial In fact, cialis testimonial Lyons even spoke of maybe getting back on the field as a manager in the Mets minor league system. Cialis testimonial I told Lyons that if he needed an advocate for him to take over the helm in Brooklyn I would be honored to head the campaign. Cialis testimonial Hopefully the Mets front office acknowledges that Lyons is interested in getting back to coaching to managing in the organization as gives him strong consideration for a job. Cialis testimonial   

Cialis testimonial From our session with Barry Lyons, cialis testimonial we headed over to meet the stars of the movie KNUCKLEBALL , cialis testimonial which I can’t stress enough is a must see for all baseball fans, cialis testimonial Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro, cialis testimonial our own R.A. Cialis testimonial Dickey and Tim Wakefield. Cialis testimonial We first spoke with Niekro and Wakefield, cialis testimonial and then R.A. Cialis testimonial Dickey joined the group. Cialis testimonial It was nice to see the camaraderie between these three men who belong to a special fraternity or as Niekro said “the freaky group”. Cialis testimonial We then talked about who are the next knuckleballers on the horizon. Cialis testimonial Dickey talked about Frank Viola’s son, cialis testimonial who Dickey worked with a bit in spring training, cialis testimonial who was trying to learn the pitch and another young many name Steven Wright. Cialis testimonial I asked Dickey whether the Mets or any other organization seeing the success that has had with the pitch, cialis testimonial would work with pitchers who have fallen from prospect status to just organization fillers to become an asset to the big league club. Cialis testimonial His answer was all it takes is one organization to take a chance and be bold enough to take on that initiative, cialis testimonial to which both Niekro and Wakefield nodded in approval.

Cialis testimonial All three men stated that they would do all they could to help any pitcher who had the patience, cialis testimonial the competiveness and the work ethic needed to master the pitch. Cialis testimonial If anyone does get to work with these gentlemen and with Charlie Hough or Tom Candiotti, cialis testimonial they should consider themselves fortunate. Cialis testimonial  

Cialis testimonial With the pre-game Q & A’s over, cialis testimonial we went up to the Champions Club to enjoy the ambiance and watch Matt Harvey’s 2012 Farewell Tour. Cialis testimonial After getting some food and a beverage, cialis testimonial myself, cialis testimonial Ed Marcus, cialis testimonial Matt Falkenbury and Randy Medina sat down to discuss this lost season and what is on the horizon for the off season and 2013. Cialis testimonial In a room with, cialis testimonial I’ll say roughly 100 people milling around the bar area and food stations, cialis testimonial the four of us were the only one’s talking Mets baseball or anything remotely  close to baseball talk and even in a fine establishment like the Champions Club, cialis testimonial you still get douchenozzels walking around in Highlanders garb. Cialis testimonial  The lack of etiquette is appalling.

Cialis testimonial Matt Harvey was on the bump as we made our way to the seats, cialis testimonial first batter Jimmy Rollins home run just over the orange line on the right field wall. Cialis testimonial UGHHHH!!!! , cialis testimonial but then Harvey gets the next three batters , cialis testimonial 86 year old Juan Pierre, cialis testimonial Life Alert spokesman Chase Utley and the ghost of Ryan Howard to end the inning on a high note. Cialis testimonial From innings 2 to 5, cialis testimonial Harvey faced just 12 batters and was in full Ace mode. Cialis testimonial But of course the Mets being the Mets and being at Citi Field all they could muster was a run to tie the game until David Wright hit a baseball over an outfield wall for a go ahead home run. Cialis testimonial A Festivus miracle I tell you. Cialis testimonial     

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