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On this episode of Sports Media Watchdogs Mike Silva and I talk about CBS’ production of Super Bowl XLVII, The NBA and specifically the NY Knickerbockers and Mike Piazza’ book Long Shot
On the latest edition of the Sports Media Watchdog Podcast, Mike Silva and I talk about the Manti Te’o and Lance Armstrong controversies , the NBA playing regular season game in Europe, the deaths of baseball legends Stan Musial and Earl Weaver and a look at the NFL Championship Sunday.
This past Friday night the crew of Kult of Mets Personalities welcomed Matt Cerrone of MetsBlog and writer Jeff Pearlman to the podcast for some spirited debate on the results from the latest Baseball Hall of Fame vote
Today at Citi Field from 10 AM to 5 PM the New York Mets in partnership with New York Blood Center will be holding their winter blood drive. To participate go to the Caesars Club Hodges VIP entrance of Citi Field.
At 12 Noon there will be a photo op with Mr. Met and fans donating blood today will receive a voucher for a pair of tickets to a select Mets game at Citi Field in April 2013. Your voucher also gets you a 15 % discount at the Mets team store as well.
On this edition of The Sports Media Watchdogs Podcast, Mike Silva and me discuss the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and it affected the New York sports scene and how the sports talkies handled it as well
On Thursday November 15th Foley’s NY Pub and Restaurant will host a fund raiser to assist the victims of Hurricane Sandy. From 6PM to 9PM former Mets and Yankees pitcher David Cone will be behind the bar serving up drinks to all.
From 6PM to midnight on the 15th, Foleys will donate 100 % of all its sales and Cone will donate all of his “tips” to the victims whose lives were turned upside down by Hurricane Sandy
A big tip of my Mets cap to Foley’s and owner Shaun Clancy and his dad John for holding this event and for the generosity.
…….and coaching 3rd base for the Mets Eddie Yost………………
From 1968 to 1976 before the Mets would come up for their first at bat of the game, Lindsay Nelson or Bob Murphy would inform Mets fans that Eddie Yost was manning the 3rd base coaching box. Yost to most of us young Mets fans just knew Yost as a coach on the Mets (when I was a kid I never thought of Yogi Berra as a Highlander but as a Met when I got a little older and studied his career boy was I shocked!) and a guy from Queens, but Yost was as a player who lived by the baseball commandment that a walk was as good as a hit.
Yost passed away yesterday at the age of 86. Andrew Schiff and Mathew Silverman have this through biography of Yost on the SABR website that is a definite must read.
Nik Kolidas and Gene Anthony sat down with former Mets pitching coach and current Baltimore Orioles Director of Pitching Development Rick Peterson who gave his views on pitching today, his work with the Orioles and his days with the Mets. As usual when it comes to the Kult of Mets Personalities there is always a bombshell or two from our guests and Rick Peterson is no exception. Enjoy!
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