There's still something magical happening in National League baseball in New York City, and that's been happening for a while now. There's no way to tell if the 2018 Mets will tap fully into a real chance at a championship, but after a couple of days of spirited and emotional play at the start of the season, I have a feeling that this one will be worth the ride.
Mets 7, Phillies 2. A proper home opener trouncing by the deGrominator, a.k.a. Jacob deGrom, the third of four aces to start the season. Young (they're all young) Steven Matz is the last, followed by the elder "Big Sexy" Bartolo Colon to round out the rotation, no pun intended. I guess I'm starting the season with … Continue reading Home Opener: The deGrominator
162 games. 162 poems. Get ready for some bad poetry about a good baseball team that is favored to return to the championship.