Monday, June 13, 2011

Day 16- Yankee Game #2

Today was such a great day, it started good and ended pretty good as well. There wasn't too much of a stop in the action today. I enjoyed every bit of it though, and everyone that was involved made it that much better.

My day started just like any other day I woke up and got my breakfast at DD downstairs before hitting the subway. I hopped on the 4 train that took me directly to Grand Central Station, from there I exited out towards 42nd Street and picked up a copy of the Free Epic Times! It's one of the many newspapers people are handing out in the morning on the way to work. Once I got to work, I sat down and ate my breakfast, and watched a show that is coming out in a couple weeks, I wasn't very impressed with it, but I guess you are going to have to decide what you think about it once you watch it. After I got done doing that and looking up some clips until Mickey got into work, I went and asked him if there was anything I could do. He gave me a project that he is giving the finalist in the search for a new video producer at TV Guide, and that is to make a video that promos three of the new shows that are coming out next fall, when I got that assignment I pretty much worked on that for the remainder of the time I had at work. But during my lunch break I met up with a buddy of mine from Liberty, Mike Johansen, we went to a little diner in Time Square and I had one of the best grilled cheese's of my life!

After I done with work and headed back to the dorm, I hurried up and got ready for the Yankees game. They were playing the Cleveland Indians and it was definitely a fun game to go to. They ended up losing 1-0 but it was a very good pitching outing by A.J. Burnett giving up only one run in 7.2 innings while striking out 8. So he definitely had a great night pitching. Another note is that Derek Jeter got his 2,994th hit tonight, so he is only 6 hits away from 3,000, but the bad news is he left the game early with a sore calf. Hopefully things shape up for him so that he can get those hits sooner than later. Once the game was over we headed back to the dorm, which is where I leave you tonight.

Tomorrow is going to be another great day at work, and I can't wait to see how the rest of the week goes. Shout out to my Alma Mater Great Bridge baseball team for winning the state title a couple days ago, and being ranked the 6th best team in the Country! It makes me proud, also a shout out to a couple buddies of mine who won NCAA Championships this past weekend, Mike Morrison (Decathlon) and Sam Chelanga (5,000 meter run). What a way for both of you to finish out your college careers!

Goodnight everyone!

2 comments:

  1. Glad to hear that things are continuing to go well...hard to believe that you are already in week 3! Can't wait to hear more :) Love ya bud!

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  2. My goodness! I can't believe you've been there three weeks already! Relish every moment. It goes by so quickly.

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