All Star Game
This week we have looked back at memorable games and achievements during Rivera’s career. Today we look at two moments where the fans had the chance to express their feelings and how deeply it affected him.
It was a New York baseball fan’s midsummer night’s dream. Two pitchers whose presence on the mound can intimidate even the game’s great sluggers.
Prosecutors say a suburban New York man who ran onto the field during the All-Star Game at Citi Field faces up to a year in jail and a $1,000 fine. The suspect allegedly did it on a Twitter dare.
Matt Harvey is the best pitcher on the Mets. He might be the best pitcher in the NL, if not MLB. But that’s not enough for the competitive kid from Connecticut.
This is worse than the second spitter! Seinfeld says there’s nothing funny about the way some All-Stars were treated Tuesday night.
Rivera is not just a great baseball player, he is the best at his position by a significant margin. Sure, he has peers — just not in MLB.
Quiet, reserved and understated during nearly a quarter-century in a sport that took him from Panama to the pantheon of pinstriped pitchers, Rivera was honored with that rarest of baseball tributes — a solo bow.
When legendary closer Mariano Rivera enters the game — whenever that will be — he will be accompanied by Metallica’s “Enter Sandman,” baseball sources told FOX Sports.
Although fresh faces are taking over, that doesn’t mean all the old guys are out. Rivera, Hunter and Beltran are back at the All-Star Game, bringing decades of experience and wisdom.
In a skit on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon,” the Mets’ ace took to the New York streets to interview Mets fans and native New Yorkers about himself … Matt Harvey.
The first and last pitch of the All-Star Game could well be “New York, New York.”
Amazin’! Mets ace Matt Harvey will be getting the ball for the National League in Tuesday’s All-Star Game at Citi Field.
The extreme heat has settled over the Tri-State area, with temperatures expected to soar into the 90s through at least Friday.
“Just driving here, seeing the jerseys, seeing the buzz, feeling the energy that the All-Star Game means to New York, it’s going to be fun,” Wright told Boomer & Carton.
The opening event for three days of All-Star festivities at Citi Field, the Futures Game certainly had a Mets flavor in their home ballpark.