Thursday, May 03, 2007

A Couple Blogs Of Note

I try to keep my blogroll to a manageable number, just because I think that it carries more impact with just a handful of listings compared to a giant list of links to blogs that have various levels of commitments to them. with that being said, I'd like to give a tip of the cap to a couple blogs that I think are worth noting:

First of all, please have a stop by to MetsCentric, if you haven't already. This Mets blog is maintained by long time Mets fan, and fellow North Carolinian Transplant Barry Duchan. Barry's been a Mets fan since the days of the Polo Grounds, and he gives special attention to the forgotten Mets players of yore. Today he says he hopes that the new Citi Field will serve as a shrine to every player who has had the privilege of donning a Mets uniform.

Next, is a new blog that takes a unique approach to sports reporting. Intentional Foul is a Mets/Broncos/Utah Jazz blog, but it's also kind of a blog version of SNL's Weekend Update. Essentially, Len posts news stories, and then expands upon them in a satirical rant. You have to read a few posts to understand what I mean.

1 comment:

a.k.a. Zooomabooma said...

I'm sorry, but no corporately named stadium can be a shrine. It can be a great place to see a game, a great place to suck money out of your wallet, but much more than something dedicated to past players? No. It's just a big stadium of greed. As much as I love the Mets, it pains me to know this.

What's even sadder is wondering, after only a few years in existence, when and what Citi Field's NEXT name will be.