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Die-hard Mets fans experienced history

Die-hard Mets fans experienced history

Nathalie Tigua, Staff Writer
November 5, 2015
Filed under Features

It is a Tuesday night at the Sodano Coffeehouse in the D’Angelo Center. Fans are patiently waiting for the Mets vs. Royals game to begin. The room is filled with excitement and anxiety. This is the first time in nine years that the Mets will have made an appearance in the playoffs, and the first ... Read more »

Book Review: Mike Piazza’s Long Shot

Book Review: Mike Piazza’s Long Shot

Jonathan Perez, Staff Writer
February 21, 2013
Filed under Features

Mike Piazza is one of, if not the most, popular New York Met to ever put on a uniform. When Piazza came to the Mets in 1998 he took the team from being pretenders to contenders. He instantly gave them credibility and eventually took the them  to the World Series. Piazza retired in 2008 and became... Read more »

Taking in Citi in Autumn

Taking in Citi in Autumn

Harry Saunders, Staff Writer
September 26, 2012
Filed under Features

Being a baseball fan in the United Kingdom is a decidedly lonely existence. The social by-products that are normally provided by support of a particular sporting franchise, such as debate, discussion and argument, are no longer there, with all of my peers preoccupied with the goings-on within their own... Read more »

Confessions of a frustrated Sox fan

Mike Cunniff, Editor-in-Chief
April 18, 2012
Filed under Off campus, Opinion, Sports

As a sports fan, I usually love the month of April.Between the NHL and NBA playoffs starting, the NFL schedule being released and baseball season starting, it’s a unique crossroads of the major sports. But this April is a little different. See, I’m from Massachusetts. We’re accustomed to... Read more »

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