S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder or Sports Affective Disorder?)

S.A.D. (Seasonal Affective Disorder or Sports Affective Disorder?) I wrote about this exact same topic about a year ago. However, when I wrote about it then, it was from a very negative point of view. All of my favorite sports teams had horrible seasons, and I was feeling it. I was literally down and out … Read more

HAPPY MLB OPENING DAY!!!

HAPPY MLB OPENING DAY!!! It is that time of year again. That time of year where the smell of fresh cut grass is in the air. The crack of the wooden bats echoes and rides the waves of sound. That time of the year when every team and all of their fans has that delusion … Read more

SNOW-pening Day!

SNOW-pening Day! Well, the time is almost here. Major League Baseball’s Opening day (or should I say SNOW-pening Day!) Only a week away from the day where every Major League Baseball team has a shot at winning the championship! Only one week away until I can once again talk smack with Jerry Durham and Dave … Read more

Can Your Favorite Sports Team Affect Your Mental Health?

Can Your Favorite Sports Team Affect Your Mental Health? I am about to explain to you a disorder that affects many Americans, and they may not even be aware they have it. Many of you have heard of S.A.D. or Seasonal Affective Disorder. It is a type of depression that changes based on the seasons. … Read more

Have The Mets Really Cut The Head Of The Snake Off?

Have The Mets Really Cut The Head Of The Snake Off? So the New York Mets have decided to go out with the old and in with the new. Pitching coach Dan Warthen (who was the pitching coach for the Mets from 2008-2017) has been let go. Manager Terry Collins has resigned (he is 68 … Read more

Captain Flexible Not The Incredible Bulk

Captain Flexible Not The Incredible Bulk 2017 was a ridiculous season for the New York Mets. They sustained more injuries than the finale sequence of Home Alone. While Rey Ramirez (the Mets trainer who earned the nickname the Angel of Death this season) may be somewhat at fault here, at some point the players need … Read more

Injury Prevention and Wellness Consulting in Sports Agencies

Injury Prevention and Wellness Consulting in Sports Agencies I have been a practicing physical therapist for the last 10 years. The last three years I have been specifically in the field of occupational health and worker’s compensation. These are essentially injuries that occur at work, and my job is to get these patients better and … Read more

Humble Brag: Hall of Fame Uncle

Humble Brag: Hall of Fame Uncle I don’t generally do much bragging, but today, I am going to do a humble brag for my Hall of Fame Uncle Ted Jarmusz. Ted has been a High School teacher, guidance counselor and baseball coach in Monmouth New Jersey for 30 years, and just recently retired and joined … Read more

Do you know the history of the Rally Cap?

Do you know the history of the Rally Cap? Do you know the history of the Rally Cap? I have to admit, I had a very loose grasp on what I knew to be the origination of “The Rally Cap”. First we must define what a Rally Cap is. A Rally Cap is a baseball … Read more

Mr. Met Is Mad As Hell And He Is Not Going To Take It Anymore

Sad Mr Met

Mr. Met Is Mad As Hell And He Is Not Going To Take It Anymore Mr. Met Is Mad As Hell And He Is Not Going To Take It Anymore. The New York Mets are in the news again for another injury…this time, it was an injury to their reputation. Mr. Met (the first ever … Read more