Tuesday, May 8, 2012

SPINSANITY!!!!!


8 comments:

  1. What a way to start a career! Jordany is in a very exclusive club being a player to get a homer as their first hit! Thanks again for the excellent recap and the artwork Joe!

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  2. Great game, great win, great entry!

    Keep up the good work Joe!

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  3. ''Spinsanity'' !!... love it! Now if we could just sweep the Phillies I know for sure you'll make the coolest recap. See you tomorrow, Joe !!

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  4. I was clicking back and forth, Mets & Rangers...
    Rangers tie it with :06 to go
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    Mets work thru to two outs in the ninth
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    Rangers win it in the OT opening power play...
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    Jordany hits the homer!
    What a fantastic few minutes for a NY fan!

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  5. does anyone know if you can buy these prints ?

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  6. Joe, your work is amazing. Thanks to metsblog.com, I just now noticed it…and immediately began sharing with a few friends & relatives. Comes in real handy for game updates for those far away and with little internet time, like my younger brother on a deployment in Jordan.

    Keep up the great work!
    Dan

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    1. Thanks Dan,
      Glad you enjoy the work. I love following the team like this. Keeps it interesting, as if it wasn't interesting enough.

      God bless your brother. Thank him for me .

      Peace bro
      Joe

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  7. I am surprised one of the local NY tabloids haven't contacted you yet about a regular feature in the paper. I suppose the blog allows you to work on your own schedule - rather than being committed to producing these at 10pm every night (I think i read somewhere that you draft these up in about 30 minutes in the mornings?).

    I would just love to see these in print somewhere. It would bring me back to childhood days when I used to cut out Gallo's work for my school folders and notebooks. I've tried cutting these out at work - but after three or four computer screens, I realized it just isn't the same.

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