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I admit it, I was completely fooled by George Plimpton’s original article about the phenom pitcher Sidd Finch. Of course I was not alone as even members of the main stream media were convinced that Finch was real. It was one of the best April Fool’s pranks ever played.
Finch was so popular that Plimpton expanded the story into a full novel, The Curious Case of Sidd Finch: A Novel
“They’ve got to be the laziest dogs,” I said.
“That’s the way to get on my bad side,” he said. “Dissing my dogs.”
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Each season Burkhardt’s role seems to expand, his insight is always valued by the guys in the booth and SNY has made him host to numerous Mets studio shows throughout the year. Burkhardt is not called upon to give us meaningless reports such as “The team needs to play better”, that we hear so often [...]
Thanks to the Queens Courier for this cool article about the Queens Baseball Convention.
I will write more about that article tomorrow but just want to expand upon one thing….
There will be Mets participation in the event. I’m working on a panel with some folks from the organization.
When the details are solidified I’ll share, [...]
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