I know some people were wondering if I'd maintain this blog once the season ends. The answer is that I will. Here's the tentative plan. I will post a couple of pieces next week. One is a Mets walk-off year in review. Another is a reminiscence about a non-Mets walk-off moment from the 2004 Division Series that I enjoyed. I will probably post a couple of times a week during the playoffs, perhaps relating current events to Mets events of the past (probably will do something on Mets postseason walk-off home runs). It is highly unlikely that I will post during the World Series, as work beckons. Perhaps I will file a "Didja ever notice?" piece (about 1986 WS Game 6) or two away to run during that time. I'd guess that during the winter months, I'll post an average of twice a week. I have some stories I want to tell. I may try to track down some Mets walk-off alums. I may delve into a few non-Mets walk-offs, if you'll indulge. If the Mets make a big free agent sig
A blog devoted to cataloguing New York Mets walk-offs and other trivia. For those unaware of the definition of walk-off just replace the term with the words "game-ending" and you should have a much better understanding of the phrase.