in the news has been fortunate to have been feature in several publications, shows and websites over the years. Here’s a sampling:

  • ‘No-No-Hit’ Blog Loses Its Reason for Being – Wall Street Journal, June 1, 2012 – Wall Street Journal writer Jared Diamond tells the tale of how made history in just one night.
  • Helping to Rewrite Record Book and the Tone of a Web Site – New York Times, June 1, 2012 – New York Times writer Vincent Mallozzi, who featured in a May 2011 profile, puts it quite bluntly in his lede: “The curse is history — so is the Web site.” The Web site lives on, actually, but with a new focus celebrating the Mets’ first no-hitter and chronicling the former streak.
  • Mets’ No Hitter Means NoNoHitters Is No More – The Atlantic Monthly website, June 1, 2012 – Atlantic Wire writer Connor Simpson features in a collection of media reactions to Johan Santana breaking the Mets’ longstanding curse.
  •, Web site that chronicles dubious history, happy to get no hits – New York Post, June 1, 2012 – The Post’s Brian Costello talks about the site’s new focus and how it will continue post no-no.
  • A Mets Web Site About Nothing – New York Times, May 20, 2011 – Mallozzi profiles shortly after Mets pitcher Dillon Gee took a potential no-no 5 2/3 innings deep.
  • Mets Weekly (streaming video file) – SNY television, Aug. 15, 2009 – SNY’s Mets news magazine hosted by Julia Alexandria showcases in its “Sites, Sounds, Links and Blogs” segment. One of the show’s video journalists interviewed me in the upper deck at Citi Field during a weekday game against the Colorado Rockies.
  • Forty years later, Jim Qualls still looms as biggest figure in New York Mets’ no-hit futility – The Star-Ledger, May 28, 2009 – Star-Ledger writer Steve Politi profiles Jim Qualls, the man who ended Tom Seaver’s bid for a Mets perfect game July 9, 1969 with a one-out ninth-inning single. Politi for the piece interviews myself, Qualls and Ron Darling.
  • Despite Jonathon Niese’s bid, Mets still without a no-hitter –, April 8, 2012 – After Jon Niese loses a no-no in the seventh inning, baseball blogger C. Trent Rosecrans talks about the Mets’ streaks and mentions the site.
  • No-Hitters Have Given Mets the Slip Since 1962 – Wall Street Journal, May 20, 2011 – is mentioned in a Wall Street Journal piece by writer Brian Costa that highlights the Mets’ dubious no no-no streak, which at the time lasted 49 years and 38 days.
  • One-hit Wonders – ESPN New York, Aug. 18, 2010 – baseball writer Mark Simon chronicles the Mets’ one-hitters after R.A. Dickey throws the team’s 35th, missing the elusive no-no on a lone Cole Hamels single. gets a mention.
  • Mets, Padres Unlucky To Have No No-Hitters – Wall Street Journal’s “The Daily Fix,” July 28, 2010 – Wall Street Journal blogger Carl Bialik discusses the no no-hitters streaks that belong to the Mets and the San Diego Padres and discusses the probabilities of throwing one. gets a couple of mentions in the story.
  • Mets’ Pelfrey: We’ll get our no-no – New York Daily News, April 22, 2012 – Kristi Ackert interviews Mike Pelfrey about his friend Philip Humber’s perfect game in an article that mentions Pelfrey vows: “I think one day it’s gonna happen. I can’t tell you when, but it’s gonna happen eventually.”
  • Phillip Humber’s Perfect Game Continues New York Mets’ No-Hitter Curse
    Bleacher Report, April 21, 2012 – Columnist Michael Moraitis discusses ex-Met Philip Humber’s perfect game and his addition to the “No-hitters after they left the Mets” club.

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