The man who saved the New York Mets franchise from the white-knuckled clutches of an ownership too cheap to run it, has died. Ironically, when he finally sold his once-primary interest in the team, he ultimately sent it back from whence he came.
Buster Posey loves New York, especially when the Giants are winning. This week as the former inhabitants of the Polo Grounds took three of four from the Mets, the soft-spoken Georgia native was in and
Think NYC is a great baseball town? Not according to this recent study by WalletHub, which crunched the numbers for 272 of the most populated U.S. cities across 11 key metrics.