The Mets host non-baseball events year round at the ballpark. While it's my wish that the Supercross circuit makes it's way to Queens, events like the Bacon and Beer Classic, Stadiumlinks, and Spartan Race are more the norm.
My wife got in to yoga a couple years ago, and the thought of exercising on the field sounds really cool. My back is a mess, and while I could totally use it, I haven't made the time yet. Back in June, I found out that my LF-S1 is degenerating, so David Wright and I actually have something in common.
Steph Armijo (@stepharmijo) is an instructor who works with athletes and runs the #MetsYogaClub. Her annual #MetsYogaDay event draws a great crowd, and should take place again this upcoming summer. Follow her to stay in the loop.
Some big shots might feel "too cool" for yoga, but Noah does it, and you probably sweat him. Besides that, you'll be out on the field, and who knows, you might even like it. Imagine that.
Let me be clear: If you have Twitter and don't retweet #CalliesMetsProm, you suck.
For baseball fans, the gap from November to the end of February can feel like an eternity. But this past Saturday, the Queens Baseball Convention (QBC) at Katch in Astoria took the edge off for Mets die-hards.