In 2003, I started writing online about the New York Mets for a project in college. In time, I turned MetsBlog.com in to 500 million page views, a Cynopsis Sports Blog of the Year nominee, a job as Director of Digital Content for SNY, and a consulting business helping people reach online sports fans.
Posted February 10th, 2017.
Adam Rubin announced earlier this week on Twitter that he will no longer be covering the New York Mets for ESPN.com. Instead, he is leaving journalism to work in public relations. With Rubin no longer on the job, it’s going to be a lot less noisy – and a lot less newsy – at Citi Field. Trust me, speaking as someone who...
Posted September 16th, 2016.
In 2003, while taking a digital media class at the University of Maryland, I created a blog about the Mets. The objective was to pick a new medium and subject we were passionate about. I am political junkie, and blogs were rising in popularity, mostly due to coverage of the Iraq War. It was a few years earlier that I discovered Bryan...