Today starts a new era in Mets history. Though I can't promise that 2013 will exactly be the kind of season Mets fans are longing for, I am confident that it will surely be a step in the right direction.
Many will say that barely squeaking by the Orioles is hardly something to cheer given their comparative payrolls and resources. at this point I don't care, with their backs against the wall it was a welcome change of script to see the Yankees stand up and push back for once.
Bravo, Gov. Cuomo, and thanks! Though your reasons for helping are probably centered on the economic implications of losing the Bills, it's borderline amazing that you hold a tiny place in your heart for all us big-hearted fans.
With all the rumors flying around about Pelfrey's possible release over the past couple weeks, it is imperative that Mike Pelfrey shows from the start that his presence on the mound is worth the Mets time and patience.
There's a lot about the New York trod by the real Mad Men back in 1966 -- the year in which we assume season five will be set -- that would send even die-hard Mad Men retroheads scurrying back to 2012.