The Mets have not lost since I got married. Just sayin’. The offense has come alive since the trade deadline — one of the worst group of bats in the league is suddenly among the best. Meanwhile, someone you may have never heard of threw a no-hitter while someone you probably know came awfully close. All that and more in my latest recap for CBS Local.
A fun afternoon on the sideline for a Michigan football game launched a career for Michigan alum Haley Geffen, an executive creative director at Bodega Studios. Geffen, who oversees the award-winning open for Sunday Night Football, also worked for nine years at ESPN. I profiled her for Michigan Today.
Is there a singular moment when you fall in love? Even if there were, would it be possible to pinpoint? Isn’t love more about little moments that happen over the course of months or years? Then one day you say, “I love you,” but it’s not like you woke up with that feeling; you realized you’ve felt that way for a while. What, too mushy for a sports blog? You getting stuck in all the sap? Well I’m getting married on Saturday, so deal with it!
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The fourth no-hitter of the season—and first in the American League in a long time—was thrown on Wednesday. The day before, something happened that had never been accomplished before in MLB history—and it involved every team. All that and more and in my latest CBS Local recap.
I’m excited to announce I’m now an Associate Editorial Producer for MiLB.com, the official website of Minor League Baseball. Several nights a week, I’ll be writing stories about the players and teams throughout the minors. From Rookie ball to Triple-A, my colleagues and I will have you covered.
The following photos were taken during the bottom of the seventh inning of last night’s Mets-Rockies game at Citi Field. They represent some, but not even close to all, of the stadium’s noise meter graphics.
Ever seen a pop-up slide at home plate? How about a cycle in the first five innings? Watch the highlights and get some insight on the Mets taking over first place and Jimmy Rollins returning to Philadelphia in my latest MLB recap for CBS Local.