New York Mets fans... they're not our favorite around these parts.
But this Mets fan who was captured on the local news up in New York yesterday comes off very likeable. And he has a point. NJ Transit *is* the worst.
He was upset because the trains were delayed, or he was told to go to the wrong place, or something. Basically he was worried about missing the Mets game.
The only thing that could have made this segment better is if the local newscast abandoned everything they had planned for the day and followed this fan around all day to see if he ever actually made it to see his Mets play. He likely got a little cheerier later in the day when the Mets beat the Braves to share an early lead in the NL East.
Chase Utley has always had a flair for the dramatic.
And not just with his bat or hustle, but also with his glove.
Who can forget this clutch, heads-up play?
At 38 years old, Utley still throws around his body like he's 24 and in his rookie season. The former Phillie showed his signature full-out extension in a huge moment Wednesday night.
Pitching in the eighth inning against the Pirates, Dodgers starter Rich Hill had not allowed a runner to reach base. That looked like it was going to change when Josh Bell laced a liner destined to drop in right field. Utley then stunned everyone at PNC Park by preserving the perfect game bid with a jaw-dropping diving catch.
Jeffrey Clayton Riegel was a wonderful husband, uncle, brother, and son. He was also a Philadelphia Eagles fan with a pretty good sense of humor.
At least according to his obituary.
Mr. Riegel died on Aug. 18, 2017, at 56 but it appears he had enough time to have some fun on his way out.
His obituary reads relatively standard on the Wimberg Funeral Home website, naming all of the family he leaves behind as well as mentioning some of his favorite greetings for different people and some of his nicknames — some people called him "Toad."