Sunday, May 29, 2016

1986 Replica Rings

Nice quality give away













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Mets Make Crappy Game into a Good Night for Young Fan

This is a great story to hear. Even with such a crappy night for players to make a young fan happy by taken 5 mins to sign makes a fan for life.


From a buddy's Facebook page-

Last night I took Shea to her first game of the season and as much of a disaster the game itself was it was such a fun night. After the game Shea likes to try and get autographs from the players and last night was no different. Terry Collins was in a bad mood but stopped just for her. So we were walking back to our car and we saw another player coming out so Shea asked if we could wait a minute. As the car pulled out of the lot it was none other than her favorite play the Captain David Wright. He saw she was the only only kid and he stopped for her and signed a ball and took a picture with her. To see her face light up was priceless.
Thank you D-wright for stopping and making a little girls night!!


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Mets 1986 Giveaway Jersey on eBay

Hmmm...$50 for a cheaply made give away or buy a real "replica" cool base for around a 100....It's a great giveaway if you got it free, but I wouldn't pay that much for something of that quality.
YOU ARE BIDDING ON A NY METS FRIDAY NIGHT JERSEY SGA 1986 WORLD SERIES REPLICA JERSEY 30th ANNIVERSARY FROM THE GAME ON MAY 27th, 2016 SPONSORED BY DUNKIN DONUTS SIZE XL THIS IS BRAND NEW PLEASE EMAIL ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS AND CHECK OUT MY OTHER ITEMS FROM THE METS GAMES. GOOD LUCK!!!

Ump's Reasoning for Tossing Thor

"The ruling was that he intentionally threw at the batter," crew chief Tom Hallion told a pool reporter. "We can either warn or eject. And with what happened in that situation, we felt the ejection was warranted." Hallion said no warnings were issued before the series. "We take each game individually," he said when asked if last year's playoff series played a role in the ejection. "We have to make a snap decision. We can't think about, OK, well this guy did this or he did that in Game 6 of whatever. We don't have enough time to think that way. We make a decision on what happens in the game."''' That really doesn't make any sense to me then. You know what is going on. You have read the papers having your morning coffee. Don't give me that crap that you don't know what's going on. I haven't seen someone get ejected for something like that, as fast as that, for no reason. I hope they don't spend Syndergaard, I can see it happening though. But, he'll end up having to serve it unlike Utley. Read more here from ABCNEWS