Tag Archives: Gary Sheffield

And we’re back

After a thoroughly enjoyable, active and at the same time relaxing vacation, I’m back at it. It will take me a bit to catch up on some of the stuff I missed, but I did ignore several developments, too. There’s no point in rehashing what’s a week or several days old. But let’s start off

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A black mark

6:42 p.m. … We knew it couldn’t last. Alas, tonight Citi Field is sullied by the 2009 debut of the Mets’ black jerseys. Gag. It’s a shame they couldn’t bring out the blue hats before the black. 3 a.m. update … And it figures. The Mets wear the black. Gary Sheffield pinch-hits, hitless thus far

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Say this for Gary Sheffield: He knows how to draw attention

I was a little behind on my reading last week (nevermind how far behind I was on my blogging the last two weeks…), so I only got to the once-famous, now-way-in-the-past New York magazine interview with Gary Sheffield. Forget about his comments about the leaders of the team and his own ability; Sheffield’s always been

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Keep it simple, stupid

Today’s games should count more than yesterday’s, if you ask me. Oh, there are no major-league games today? My point exactly. Driving into work this morning, a caller and the host made a point on WFAN about the idiocy known as “This One Counts.” (I won’t drop this until Major League Baseball does.) No matter

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