NY Sports Dog: Note to Readers

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Note to Readers

It's been a great last few weeks reading about the signings, the team, the health of the players, the expectations for 2009, etc.

We've added some really talented new writers here, and, as always, we are 100% ad free...never an ad or (I hope), any wasted space on the page.

I link to SportSpyder as well as the Mets news feed from Mets.com, so you are always caught up on what folks are saying...kind of a one stop shop to get you going.

Lastly, the "My friends are Reporting" link on the left side of the page has the most current reports from the folks I consider some of the very best in the Mets blog world, including Matt Cerrone's MetsBlog, Steve from the Eddie Kranepool Society, Mack from Mack's Mets, and more...if you want your Mets site featured there I can always be bribed with beer.


All that being said, we are going on a quick 5-day vacation to NYC, gonna see a few shows, take in the sights, etc...so no new content here until Thursday or Friday of next week.

We are also going to visit the family in North Jersey...my sister-in-law broke her back, so we're going to spend a bit of time with them as well to help with the kids.

I am on a self-imposed "no computers" blackout; hence, nothing new here from me for a few days. Feel free to check in to see what "my Friends" are reporting and keep sending the comments, notes and e-mails...they are great.

See you in a few days and say a prayer for my sister-in-law!


P.S. We will have two interviews in the next few weeks: Pete Schourek and Ted Berg.

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Eddie Mets said...

Safe travels and best wishes to your sister in law.

Anonymous said...

Hot Foot is a favorite of mine as well.

Dave Singer said...

Added to the list!

Thanks for the suggestion.

GM-Carson said...

Hottest Fans of the NL East?

More Hardball wants to know who has the hottest fans in baseball. We'll be running a set of posts over the following weeks featuring images of each teams' hotties, with a voting poll to crown a champion. We've crowned champs of the AL East (BoSox), Central (ChiSox), West (Angels), and AL Wild Card (A's) already, and we're now moving on to the National League...NL East. Sticking true to Major League Baseball's roots, there will be an eight team playoff system where the winners of each division square off with the addition of a wild card team to determine who wins the pennant and represents each league in the World Series of Hotness.

Link: http://morehardball.blogspot.com/2009/02/hottest-fans-of-nl-east.html

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