Wright Baseball Classic

by 2 March 13, 2013 0 Comments

I can't lie. I haven't watched more than 2 innings of the WBC. I catch the replays and enjoy watching the David Wright highlight reel, but I'm more excited for the games that count. I know I'm not the only one since most of the ballparks are empty. Granted yesterday's games were in Florida, and Florida baseball fans have a reputation of not showing up. The "Captain America" show does have me intrigued though. The USA games are turning in to the David Wright show on a global stage. As a Mets fan I'll have to tune in on Thursday. Just hoping this performance mirrors itself from April-October in Queens. We already knew he was the Captain, now everyone else sees why the Mets locked him up for the next 8 years.


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