Morning reading: A call to honor Joan Payson
Blogger Becca Boosical wants the New York Mets to do more to honor team founder and original owner Joan Payson.
Here is my call to the Mets organization and my fellow fans – let us honor the woman who brought us our Mets. She is probably the most important person in the history of our team, because without her we wouldn’t be here. Lets do something about it. Giver her a gate, give her a day, give her the respect she deserves. Fans, if you don’t know about her, learn about her. … Let us honor our past, so when we celebrate, it is that much sweeter. LGM!
In other news,
- Tom Glavine got acquainted with the Baseball Hall of Fame in advance of his induction ceremony this summer. (MLB.com)
- Blogger Mark Himmelstein makes a compelling case for why Jenrry Mejia should not be part of the Mets’ starting rotation this year. (Amazing Avenue)
- The Philadelphia Phillies have their own shortstop problem and would like to trade Jimmy Rollins (Hardball Talk)
Off-topic item of the day: have you ever wondered what Superman sees while flying?
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Posted on March 19, 2014, in Baseball, New York Mets and tagged Atlanta Braves, Baseball, Hall of Fame, Jenrry Mejia, Jimmy Rollins, Joan Payson, Mets, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, Phillies, Superman, Tom Glavine. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Morning reading: A call to honor Joan Payson.