As American as Baseball, Mom and Corporate Welfare
By RICHARD BRODSKY

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — November 27, 2019 — I’m not a big fan of the billion-dollar bailouts that we hand out to rich and powerful corporations like candy. They’re bad economics. They don’t work. They don’t enrich anyone but the corporations. But I do support moving swiftly and smartly to assure the survival of the four minor-league teams that just …

Richard BrodskyAs American as Baseball, Mom and Corporate Welfare
By RICHARD BRODSKY

Mets Pitching Staff Extends League Lead in Holds As Team Loses Again to Arizona at CitiField By Dan Miller

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Mets reliever Tim Redding pitches 3.1 innings in relief yielding 2 hits, one walk and getting 2 strike outs as the Mets relief corp. holds Arizona scoreless after starter Nelson Figueroa gives up six runs in his 1.2 inning stint.Photo by and courtesy of  Dan Miller / DMD Images   Queens, NY — The New York Mets have broken the …

eHeziMets Pitching Staff Extends League Lead in Holds As Team Loses Again to Arizona at CitiField By Dan Miller

Mets Collapse in 12-7 Loss to the St. Louis Cards in First of Two Game Series at CitiField By Dan Miller

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Mets starter Johan Santana doubles in two runs in the Mets second inning which set a single-game high for Santana. Photo by and courtesy of Dan Miller / DMD Images. The New York Mets in fourth place in the NL East opened a two game series with the St. Louis Cardinals who are tied for first place in the NL …

eHeziMets Collapse in 12-7 Loss to the St. Louis Cards in First of Two Game Series at CitiField By Dan Miller