Archive for March, 2014

Trout Homer

Mike Trout of the Los Angeles is REAL good at baseball.  In his first at bat of the season, and first since signing his brand new 6 year, $144.5 million contract, Trout smoked a homer off of the Seattle Mariners’ Felix Hernandez. Please sit back and enjoy the first of MANY home runs this season.
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0-162 bro!

0-162 bro!

Let me start by saying ahahahahahaahahahahahahaha! Ok, now that that is out of my system…the Mets lost for a rare time on Opening Day today by a score of 9-7.  As per usual the only thing more embarrassing than the Mets play today was the reaction of some of the fans.  I think the problem here is that we have become accustom to the team winning every Opening Day and starting off the season on a high note so when they lose the first game of the season we immediately expect the team to challenge the 1962 Mets record for futility.  Now, everyone take a deep breath and repeat after me “Opening Day, means nothing.”

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It was only a matter of time until someone developed a shoe made specifically for obstacle course races, and Reebok has done just that.  The Reebok All-Terrain series is advertised as being built “Spartan Strong”:

Born from the trenches of Spartan Races, the Reebok All-Terrain Series is strategically designed with drainage ports that drain water quickly and easily and 360 degrees of traction to shed mud…..The shoe that can handle any abuse a Spartan can give it so you are unstoppable on any course.

Click “Read the rest of this entry” to learn more about the Reebok Spartan Race, how to get 15% off any qualifying race, and how to enter for a FREE entry to any 2014 Spartan Race.  Read the rest of this entry »


TSB Radio Episode #36

March 27, 2014 by

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Last night on TSB Radio, Earl, Jon, and Matt touched on a variety of topics. They discussed the New York Mets outfield situation, Michael Vick signing with the New York Jets, the NCAA Basketball Tournament, and more. Special thanks to @xTomatoez and @HookTSB for calling in.
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New Year, Slightly Better Concert Series

New Year, Slightly Better Concert Series

Opening Day is Monday which means it’s time for me to make some hideous predictions. This is part 1 of an 8 part series so get ready folks!! Not really, but either way here’s what we can expect from the Mets and their players this season.
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If you want to win your Fantasy Baseball League this year, you better get to know George Springer.

Most of you have probably wrapped up your fantasy baseball drafts and either hate your team, love your team, or are already ravaged by injuries.  No matter which team you have, key waiver wire additions always help championship teams.  One way to build that team after the draft, is by snatching up top flight prospects off of the waiver wire while people are asleep. This is always an effective tactic.

In no particular order, these 5 prospects are sure to pay big dividends during the 2014 season. Read the rest of this entry »


Michael Vick has recently signed a one-year contract with the New York Jets after spending the past five seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles. Vick’s career has without a doubt had its ups and downs. In 2001 he was on top of the world as the number one overall pick, but then Vick’s career went downhill when he spent time in jail for dog fighting. At a point where his career seemed to be over, Vick returned to the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles. Once he signed with the Eagles, he did all the right things to get back to where he use to be. A starting NFL quarterback. This time he had a better work ethic and attitude, and it showed. Vick worked his way up as the starting quarterback of the Eagles until recently where injuries allowed for a young Nick Foles to take over. At this point in his career, is Vick done?

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Last night on Stache Radio, the guys had the pleasure of doing two great interviews on our 100% New York Mets show on the TSB Radio Network. First up was one half of the best radio play-by-play team in baseball, WOR 710 AM’s Josh Lewin. In the second hour, we had’s Matthew Cerrone. When speaking to Josh he told us about players who intrigued him this spring, his preparation for games, things he likes to do away from the microphone, and what he was doing when Johan Santana threw the only ho-hitter in New York Mets history. Matthew Cerrone gave us his opinion on which players had disappointed him so far this spring, the first base situation, and this thoughts on Dillon Gee being named opening day starter.
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Break out your banjo and gather ’round the campfire for another folk music fest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead.  Seriously, the music in the opening and closing credits has gotten on my nerves.  Other than that, this was actually another decent episode (woo-hoo!  2 in a row!).  In Season 4 Episode 15 “Us”, we learn a lot about the guy with the mullet, a new set of rules to live by (claim!), and finally make it to Terminus!  Read the rest of this entry »


she does push-ups better than you.

A push-up, right? Easy-peasy. Just do one. 1-2-3.

Not as easy as you think. I’ve watched many people do pushups at the gym thinking they’re doing the right thing, and it takes the patience of every saint in the Roman Catholic Church to keep me from wanting to politely correct their form.

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