Dead & Company is the latest rendition of the Grateful Dead put together by surviving member, Bob Weir. In years past accomplished musicians such as Jimmy Herring, Warren Haynes and Trey Anastasio sat in place of the late lead guitarist for the band Jerry Garcia. But following what were supposed to be the final 50th Anniversary Grateful Dead shows in 2015 with the surviving members, Weir, Mickey Hart, Billy Kreutzmann and Phil Lesch, Weir put together Dead & Co.
Governor Andrew Cuomo, New York Yankees Team President Randy Levine, and Mets Team President Sandy Alderson announced that starting Wednesday, May 19th both the Yankees and Mets will raise the capacity limit from 20% to 100% for vaccinated fans.
New York Mets general manager Sandy Alderson already said Tommy John Surgery is possible, but not definite with Matt Harvey, the ace of the team, who yesterday was diagnosed with a partially torn UCL ligament in his elbow.
The New York Mets have been a mess for quite some time but some things are looking a little brighter in Queens under the Sandy Alderson plan. Matt Harvey and Zach Wheeler look to be at the top of the rotation for years to come, prospects are getting a chance like Wilmer Flores and David Wright, for now, is still in his prime...
This New York Mets season has been like many others. Dreadful, lost for cause and filled with hope in the beginning and eventual failure. Not even a host All-Star Game, filled with Mariano Rivera celebration and David Wright and Matt Harvey standing ovations could save the day for those walking off the 7 train and into the ballpark.
What a night it was in New York City at the 84th All-Star Game at Citi Field. It was all about Mariano Rivera, as it should have been. Rivera ran out from the bullpen to his customary "Enter Sandman" for the bottom of the 8th inning. And then the baseball world froze for Mo, and rightly so...
Matt Harvey must be really nervous about starting the All-Star Game in front of the home fans for his Mets team at Citi Field. Facing Mike Trout? Stress. Miguel Cabrera? Shakes. Dealing with another New York guy, Robinson Cano? Unbearable.