Thursday, April 5, 2018

Mediagoon's Media Musings...

I am still trying to come up with a name for this...

Main Stream Media is worried about Bryce Harper
The first team to derail Bryce Harper wins a prize.
Maybe the Mets triumvirate of Jacob deGrom, Steven Matz and Matt Harvey, who are scheduled to pitch in succession beginning Thursday in Washington, can at least make the Nationals’ all-universe player appear mortal.
Some numbers to digest, in small sample sizes: Harper will enter play in his team’s home opener with a .517 on-base percentage, 1.333 slugging percentage four homers and nine RBIs in six games.
Harper’s wild start included a stretch of eight straight plate appearances in which he either homered or walked. The Braves held Harper hitless in three at-bats on Wednesday, but he still managed two walks. Harper walked seven times in the three-game series in Atlanta.
Read the whole story here at the NY Post

MG- Man, I sure hope someone can stop him.... Anyone really worried?

Mets bullpen emerges as unlikely hero in new-look win

The Phillies couldn’t touch Gsellman, AJ Ramos or Jeurys Familia. And in an outright shocking development, they were overwhelmed by Hansel Robles. In all, the Mets received five scoreless innings from that bullpen in a 4-2 victory at windy Citi Field that served as the ideal prelude to their departure for Washington.
Read more at the NY Daily Post

MG-Yes the bullpen did it's job.Not heroes at all.

Jose Reyes and Wife became US Citizens

Earlier in the day, Reyes and wife Katherine were sworn in as American citizens at the U.S. District Court in Central Islip.
“I passed the test before I went to spring training and I became a citizen today,’’ a beaming Reyes, 34, told The Post in a quiet corner of the clubhouse. “It means a lot. I love this country. I had the opportunity to spend a little time with the judge [Wednesday].… To see all those people there becoming citizens, there were like 200 people sitting there, it was really something special.

Read more from the NY POST 

MG- Did he have any trouble becoming a citizen with all the trouble he had with his wife when he was playing in Colorado?

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