Ron Darling on "Sesame Street". And this is all I could find of him on "SNL": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9yTu9H_5YA
Today I decided to have a little fun with the Mets NCAA picks video and turn it into a commercial that might help them sell tickets...to Yankees fans.
On MLB Network's sabermetric-themed show Clubhouse Confidential (@CHConfidential), host Paul Severino talks about the changes to Citi Field's dimensions and the potential impact these changes could have on the New York Mets, citing recent historical examples from similar changes to other ballparks, and the impact of those changes on the respective teams that play there. Guest Bill Petti (our very own Bill Petti) discusses the potential impact of the changes to Citi Field's dimensions in-depth, and gives insightful analysis on how these changes could benefit the oft-maligned New York Mets, whose bad luck is often attributed to the unforgiving intricacies of the outfield at Citi Field.
In case the news of Gary Carter's passing still has you down, here's video of Kid and Johnny Bench trapping the San Diego Chicken in a rundown during the end credits of the early 1980s TV series The Baseball Bunch. If it can't cheer you up, seek professional help.
Josh Lewin, who replaces Wayne Hagin as Howie Rose's on-air partner on WFAN this season, figures to be a regular contributor to the Unintentionally Sexual Quote Of The Game if this clip of him muffing the word "tenth" is any indication.
Mike Piazza on Knicks Halftime [VIDEO] For anyone fortunate enough to have missed the Knicks game last Saturday night, Mike Piazza was the guest in the dreadful 'Celebrity Row with Jill Martin' halftime segment. In the video he reiterates his preference to be enshrined in Cooperstown as a Met. More interesting was the following question where he was asked, 'Who was the most impressive pitcher you've ever caught?' For all the haters, he went with the immortal Armando Benitez...