Monday, August 03, 2015

Mets' Legend Keith Hernandez and Knicks' Legend Clyde Frazier Are Teaming Up For Another "Just For Men" Campaign


Mets' Legend Keith Hernandez and Knicks' Legend Clyde Frazier Are Teaming Up For Another "Just For Men" Campaign

Two New York Sports legends, Keith Hernandez and Walt "Clyde" Frazier announced Monday August 3rd, that they have teamed up for another "Just For Men" Campaign. Keith Hernandez recently has grown his famous mustache back for these ads and of course, Clyde "the Glide" has his own iconic goatee.



Keith and Clyde will star in new 15 and 30 second Just For Men spots, which begin airing nationally Monday, August 3rd. Reminiscent of the playful, rhyming banter of their previous ad pairings dating back to 2002, the national spots will appear on networks including ESPN and FX and online outlets including ESPN and Bleacher Report. The spots remind men that applying Just For Men in 5 easy minutes not only gets rid of gray, it makes beards look thicker and fuller.

In addition, Keith and Clyde, partnering with Just For Men, have announced a brand-new sport -- “Beardspotting” by going into the world and discovering and sharing their beard finds with some playful “color commentary” that will live on the Just For Men social channels.

Mets Minor League Roundup 8/2: Mickey Jannis Tosses Seven Scoreless Innings In St.Lucie Win


Mets Minor League Roundup 8/2: Mickey Jannis Tosses Seven Scoreless Innings In St.Lucie Win

Mets AAA - TACOMA 6, LAS VEGAS 4: After falling in a 6-0 hole, Dilson Herrera contributed a three-run homer in the sixth. Box

Mets AA - RICHMOND 2, BINGHAMTON 0: Subbing for recently traded Michael Fulmer, Matt Koch (4-5) surrendered a pair of solo homers in three innings in his first start since April 21. The B-Mets nonetheless lead the Eastern Division by 1½ games. In the ninth, Vince Belnome produced an infield single and Jonathan Galvez walked, but pinch hitter Josh Rodriguez struck out looking to end the game. Box

Mets High A - ST. LUCIE 7, CLEARWATER 2: Knuckleballer Mickey Jannis befuddled the Threshers over seven shutout innings. He scattered four hits, walked two and struck out three while throwing 95 pitches. Dominic Smith ripped a two-run single in the first and the Mets scored five runs with two outs in the second. In that frame, Jeff McNeil blasted a two-run double for a 4-0 lead. Matt Oberste followed with an RBI single. The Threshers intentionally walked Smith and paid the price when Victor Cruzado pulled a two-run triple down the right-field line to make it 7-0. All the damage was done against Threshers starter Victor Arano. The Threshers snapped a 20 2/3-inning scoreless streak in the series with a two-out RBI single by Willians Astudillo in the eighth. The hit came against rehabbing Erik Goeddel. Goeddel surrendered three singles and one run while recording two outs in the eighth. He struck out one and threw 22 pitches. Jimmy Duff recorded the final four outs in his Florida State League debut. Cruzado finished 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Oberste and Yeixon Ruiz had two hits apiece. Box

Happy Recap: 2015 Season - Game 105 - Nationals (2) at Mets (5) - Mets Get Back to First As Thor Seals the Deal


Happy Recap: 2015 Season - Game 105 - Nationals (2) at Mets (5) - Mets Get Back to First As Thor Seals the Deal

Curtis Granderson, Daniel Murphy and streaking Lucas Duda homered in a span of five pitches, a sudden power strike that charged up Citi Field and sent the Mets past the Washington Nationals 5-2 Sunday night for a three-game sweep.

"I've never been in a playoff atmosphere, but tonight sure felt like one," Duda said.

Noah Syndergaard (6-5) struck out nine over eight innings, and New York pulled within percentage points of the first-place Nationals in the NL East. Boosted by a trio of lively crowds, the Mets completed their first three-game sweep of Washington since May 2009 and boldly pronounced themselves legitimate contenders.

"It's so much fun to be a Met right now," Syndergaard said. "Just an unbelievable night, and I'm looking forward to the days to come."

It was indeed a serious statement from the rising Mets, now 7-6 against the Nationals this season after going 4-15 last year. New York finished a wildly eventful 6-4 homestand that featured one undone trade, four new additions (including slugger Yoenis Cespedes) and a 162-game drug suspension for reliever Jenrry Mejia.

Coming into the series, the Nationals had won 18 of their last 21 at Citi Field. The teams meet six more times this year, Sept. 7-9 at Washington and Oct. 2-4 in New York during the final series of the regular season.

Anthony Rendon hit his first homer this season on Syndergaard's fifth pitch, and Yunel Escobar also went deep for Washington.

"Last year the atmosphere (here) was a little different," Rendon said.

Mets nemesis Jordan Zimmermann (8-7) issued a leadoff walk in the third. Two outs later, Granderson launched a 2-2 curve into the front row of the second deck in right field for his 17th home run.

Sunday, August 02, 2015

Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs Nationals - Game 105


Tonight's Mets Starting Lineup vs Nationals - Game 105

1. Curtis Granderson (L) RF
2. Daniel Murphy (L) 2B
3. Yoenis Cespedes (R) CF
4. Lucas Duda (L) 1B
5. Juan Uribe (R) 3B
6. Kelly Johnson (L) LF
7. Kevin Plawecki (R) C
8. Noah Syndergaard (L) P
9. Ruben Tejada (R) SS

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