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RON'S ROOSEVELT AVENUE BASEBALL NOTES A Mets News & Commentary Column By Ron Dresner Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3/15/2018 – Happy St. Patrick’s Day to everyone! This is a holiday when everyone is Irish! Let’s all celebrate the upcoming start to the 2018 baseball season which begins in just over 2 weeks.
First – Has anyone observed that the “atmosphere” during this pre-season period with the Mets and new manager Mickey Callaway has been very reserved or sedate? Perhaps a little too sedate? I think all of the Mets officials and players are trying to play things a little too “cool” and safe. So far, I’m definitely a fan of Manager Mickey. He won me over when he announced that he was NOT going to announce a formal bullpen strategy. (This made no sense in the first place because it let the opponents know ahead of time about the Mets defensive line-up).
Second – So what if a player gets an MRI, sees the team doc or sneezes during this spring season. So what. I think as fans we need to look at the big picture. Athletes need to stretch their limits. As long as there are no major injuries – such as what happened to Mike Conforto – let’s not overanalyze the average day minor injuries.
Lastly – I’m almost positive David Wright’s future has already been determined and negotiated behind closed doors. This past week he announced that he is out for the next two months. I’m predicting a retirement announcement right after the All Star game. There’s just too, too much at stake with the Mets, their players and the business side of the sports business.
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