The New York Mets presented their 2014 Sterling Awards in an on-field pre-game ceremony prior to last night’s 7:10 p.m. game vs. Miami. Infielder Dilson Herrera was named the Sterling Organizational Player of the Year and LHP Steven Matz earned Sterling Pitcher of the Year honors. The Sterling Award is an award given to the top player, or players, in the New York Mets organization at each level of the minor leagues, emblematic of the team’s Most Valuable Player. The award was called the Doubleday Award in honor of former Mets co-owner Nelson Doubleday, Jr.. When Doubleday sold his shares of the team to fellow co-owner Fred Wilpon, the name of the award was changed to the Sterling Silver Award.
By: Mobile Movie Man
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No Bueno. Now this movie started out ok for the first 20 to 30 minutes, and then it degenerated to the point of being almost un watchable. Kate Upton bouncing up and down all over the place is not such a bad do here, but not even that can save this movie.
Nobody rolls out a meatloaf to the holiday table. The customary feast is ruled by those grand baked orbs: turkey and ham. Bah. Pound for pound, neither of those — despite the hours in the oven and all that carving — can match a good meat loaf in intensity of flavor and crowd-pleasing potential. The rich kernels of fat in the ground meats seep and bubble throughout it, spreading flavor like the white ribbons in a well marbled steak. Meat loaf is beautiful. Plus, it’s cheap as hell and easy to make.
MLB & Clubs Observe September 11th Anniversary With Patriotic Tributes In Ballparks Across The League
Major League Baseball and its Clubs will commemorate the 13th Anniversary of September 11, 2001 with on-field tributes at Major League games. This remembrance is part of Baseball’s ongoing and league-wide effort to honor those whose lives were lost and affected on that tragic day.