New York Mets Daniel Murphy (above) hits a run home run off of the Chicago Cubs during the fifth inning in Chicago, June 27, 2012. REUTERS/John Gress
One of those pull out your hair moments happened to me today. As temperatures soared over 90 my computer decided it would go on strike, which was a big deal, because today, like most of the time I shoot sports, my clients require me to send images during the game to make news deadlines. Thank fully I had my new iPad 3 With me and I was able to send images using an app called Filterstorm Pro. Even though it got the job done the program, which could use some more horse power behind it, really isn’t the best for this sort of application.
By ANDREW KEH
The New York Times
The outburst was stunning, considering that the Mets spent the early part of the week in some sort of offensive trance.
They battered the Chicago Cubs, 17-1, on Wednesday at Wrigley Field, snapping a four-game losing streak that had turned the mood around the team sour.
The blowout would have held less meaning had the Mets not struggled so mightily in the first two games of this series. They sleepwalked through those games, losing both to the Cubs, who had the worst record in the major leagues, by a combined score of 11-4. Manager Terry Collins was clearly upset with his teamÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s sluggish play, and he demanded that his young players learn from their mistakes… Read More