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Morning Coffee! Citi Field Was The Place To Be

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It was, shall we say, an entertaining day at Citi Field on Thursday.

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  • There was Jonathan Niese's one-hitter. Which, of course, reminds us that the poor Mets still don't have a no-hitter in franchise history.
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  • There was rookie Rubin Tejada grounding into a tripe play.
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  • And, ah yes, there was Lady Gaga saluting photographers while attending the first game of the doubleheader. She sure is a class act.
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The Chicago Blackhawks were just crowned Stanley Cup champions. What are the odds one of the locals will hoist the Cup next season? Well, Bodog says the Devils are 20-1, the Rangers are 28-1 and the Islanders are an extreme long shot at 75-1.
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The Yankees face the Houston Astros in Interleague Play tonight. Oddly, it marks the seven-year anniversary of Houston's six-man no-hitter against the Yankees.
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The New Meadowlands Stadium still needs a real name. And the Giants and Jets have gotten an interesting, if completely unacceptable, offer for those naming rights.
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