Losing on a walk-off hit is demoralizing. The St. Louis Cardinals have experienced quite a bit of that lately. Over the past seven games, the Cardinals have lost on a walk-off hit three times. Jose Reyes, who is hitting .231/.294/.394, stepped in with men on first and third.
SNY reporter Steve Gelbs talks with The Post’s Justin Terranova about covering a losing team, Twitter hate and the biggest challenge of working alongside Gary Cohen, Keith Hernandez and Ron Darling. Q: How is it different covering a team that’s struggling, like this Mets team is? A: It’s been a challenge for me to think outside the box and cover it differently, while not ignoring what’s happening on the field, and being honest about it. … There are not going to be the same number of players daily who are in a great mood wanting to talk about whatever, because things haven’t gone well. You have to pick and choose your spots. Q: How was it taking over for Kevin Burkhardt in 2015? A: You can’t start
The richest new Sixers player, JJ Redick, made his return to podcasting yesterday for the Uninterrupted. Redick spoke at length about his unique journey through free agency and we documented many of his thoughts after he signed here, but today he released a mini documentary that follows him during the whole free agency ordeal. Perhaps to the delight of Joel Embiid fans, it's titled "The Process with JJ Redick." It's again produced by LeBron James' media company, UNINTERRUPTED, and tracks Redick from his final game in LA, to his moving into his Brooklyn home with his wife, to chatting candidly with his agent about destinations, to finally ending up with the Sixers. It's edited well and he speaks