Found July 16, 2013 on
Since Tom Seaver is a hall of famer, has 311 wins and 3,640 strikeouts he can do almost anything he wants.
Even if that means wearing a butterfly shirt to the All-Star Game.
I could spend a lot of time trying to dissect the fibers of Seaver’s shirt but really all I can say is “Tom Terrific.”
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In less than a minute, Mets HOF pitcher Tom Seaver successfully demonstrated no less than eleven “power points,…
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Over the past half-century, some of baseball's greatest pitchers have passed through the borough of Queens. Tom Seaver once called Shea Stadium home. Nolan Ryan did, too, sharing a mound with Dwight Gooden, Pedro Martinez and so many others.
So it was only fitting that Tuesday evening, with Seaver in attendance at the borough's first All-Star Game in 49 years, pitching ruled...
I haven’t sat down to watch an All-Star game in at least the last twenty years. The All-Star game just isn’t my cup of tea. However, with the game taking place right here in our own backyard, I figured I’d at least watch the opening introductions. I stuck around longer than that, but not until the end of the game. Anyway, I though it would be fun to a 3&3 about the ASG...