Moon over the Mets.
The Internet has made it easy to follow the Mets from any where at anytime. If you’re on the West Coast, like poster Patrick, you’re probably ready to talk Mets while most of us in the East Coast are calling it a night.
Not anymore. I will run this post for awhile, hopefully to find out how many friends I have from the West Coast. Ask questions and make your comments, and I’ll answer them in the morning. If it turns out there’s a lot of you out there, I’ll do a midnight Mets Chat Room.
Of course, if you’re on the East Coast and can’t sleep, which happens to almost nightly, I hope you jump in also.
Please go to the right of this post and click on Subscribe to Feed. That will keep you up to date on new posts, and let you know when we’ll do another Mets Chat Room. Also, I’m trying to find a way where new posts can be automatically sent to your email address.
If this is possible, and you’re interested, let me know.
Last night was a spur of the moment decision. My thinking was I had to let you guys know I wouldn’t disappear in the offseason, so I got the idea of the Chat Room. I was thrilled with the outcome.
The question is how often should I do this in the off-season and when is the best time?
I’ll need your help on that and what else you’d like to see in the off-season. Please let me know what you’re thinking.
In the interim, please check in regularly for what’s going on with your Mets.
I have enjoyed Mets Chat Room immensely and don’t want it to fade away. I’ll be keeping the blog open throughout the winter and hope you’ll join me.
What happened this season? Who is to blame? Who stays? Who goes? Let’s talk about all that tonight.
I open up Mets Chat Room for every game. I will post throughout the day, but plan on opening the Chat Room tonight at 7 p.m., to answer your questions about the season and the immediate future of the Mets. I hope you will log on for another evening of talk.