Here are a few interesting items to look at while trying to forget about disappointing Mets loss #21:
- The Subway Series is coming, and the folks at Steiner Sports are excited. Order select Mets or Yankees autographed items, and if that player hits a home run on Saturday you’ll get it for free. (If not, you’ll pay full price – no returns.) [via Mets Police]
- Former Newark Bears outfielder Jose Herrera once raced against (in)famous thoroughbred Zippy Chippy — and won. Check out Jason Bristol’s story for CBS21. [via Lisa Winston’s Queen of Diamonds]
- 18-year-old Japanese knuckleball pitcher Eri Yoshida pitched in an intra-squad game on May 13. She expects to make her debut for the Golden League’s Chico Outlaws on May 29. [via YakyuBaka]
- Beckett’s Chris Olds takes a look at how different some early examples of popular players autographs are compared to their current signatures. (I actually have one of those 1991 Front Row Manny Ramirez cards.)
Posted on May 18, 2010, in Baseball and tagged Autographs, Chico Outlaws, Eri Yoshida, Jose Herrera, Manny Ramirez, New York Mets, New York Yankees, Steiner Sports, subway series, Zippy Chippy. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.