Fall Baseball At The MLB Fan Cave


Sunday, September 16th 2012, 8:30 pm
By: News 9


By: Kyle Thompson, News9.com Special Contributor

 

NEW YORK CITY--Just another week in September in the MLB Fan Cave...

 

Craziest thing I did all week: I ran a 6K inside of the Fan Cave this morning! As you may know, the Cardinals Care foundation holds the Stan Musial 6K in St. Louis every year to raise money for their kids foundation. Since I am in NYC and not St. Louis, I decided to run it anyway. Be on the lookout for a video of the run soon!

 

The Cave was bustling this week as all of the Cave Dwellers' teams are in the middle of intense playoff races. We also had some great visits.

 

On Monday, The All American Rejects played a free show inside the MLB Fan Cave. It was by far the loudest show and the fans were clearly the most jazzed of any crowd we have seen this year. Furthermore, it was great getting to spend some time with some fellow Oklahomans.

 

We also had our first player visit in some time. We had Evan Longoria, Matt Moore, and Rich Thompson from the Tampa Bay Rays come by. They did a great skit involving one of the most famous pizza chains in New York City. Be sure to check MLBFanCave.com in the next week to check out this great video. Also, we managed to convince Moore to get a twitter account while he was here. He posted his first tweet from the couch of the Fan Cave!

 

Here are some of the blogs that I have finished since my last update. Check them out:

-2012 Silver Sluggers

-Player Poll: Best Double Play Combo

-2013 MLB Schedule Released

-Is Berkman a Hall of Famer?

-Cardinals First-Round Draft Pick Visits the Fan Cave

-Debate: Who Wins the AL East?

-Debate: Cain or Kershaw?

 

I appreciate the continued support. As always, here are some ways that you and your followers can help out:

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Thanks so much, and I will update you again in a week.

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-Kyle D. Thompson