Thank you, Adam Rubin, and good luck!

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 […]

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How did I decide to leave my job at SNY?

How did I decide to leave my full-time role at SNY to pursue a sports content marketing business? I created an outcome tree and chose the worst outcome I was most comfortable living with… To subscribe to my YouTube channel, click here!

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Production Assistant

I need help editing full-length and short-form videos for me to use on this site, as well as on Facebook, Instagram, etc. I’ll provide the opening animation and video (shot on my Nikon DSLR and iPhone), but need a production assistant to edit the footage, add music, credits and subtitles. In the short term, this would essentially […]

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It’s time for me to build something new…

After nine-and-half years at SNY, I’ve decided to step down from my role as Director of Digital Content and Executive Editor of SNY.TV so I can pursue developing other digital content businesses. I will continue to be the lead writer of MetsBlog.com, which I created in 2003, grew on my own to tens of millions of page […]

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How did MetsBlog get started?

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 […]

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