Kenny Ducey is joined by USA Today's Ted Berg (@OGTedBerg) to discuss the Mets and their non-awful play, Yankees pitching, the NL West, and some other stories around the league.
This past Tuesday, Mariano Rivera stopped at Mets-Willets point on the 7 Train for the very last time. Well, he didn’t necessarily take the subway, but you get the point- the Greatest Closer of All Time made his final appearance in Queens, on the biggest in season stage possible: the All Star Game. The song was there. The cheers were there. And of course, the chills and the tears were there. It was certainly a moment baseball fans who tuned into the game and those who were in attendance will remember forever.
Mariano Takes the Mound in Final All Star Game
Catching up with a baseball/bike enthusiast on the 21st leg of his 30-city journey
Darren O’Donnell has decided to intertwine two of his passions: baseball and bicycle riding. The 24-year-old college graduate is in the middle of a six-month long bike ride around the United States, with a quick stop in Canada. But what makes this journey especially unique is the stops along the way. Darren is on a quest to catch a game at every Major League Baseball stadium this season.