To say the least, the weather in the Northeast has been interesting the last few months. Starting with Hurricane Sandy at the end of October, it seems that mother nature has been throwing some curveballs. This past weekend, parts of Long Island and New England were measuring snowfall in feet. In Hamden, Connecticut, even a yardstick fell short of the 40-inch accumulation.
The good news is that spring is in site. In less than five weeks, we will have the vernal equinox. And speaking of curveballs - another sign that warmer weather is on the way - pitchers and catchers are now reporting to spring training. Derek Jeter is running again after a playoff-ending injury in 2012. Mariano Rivera also is working on coming back from an injury that ended last season very early for him. Opening Day this year features the Red Sox vs. the Yankees, with Kevin Youkilis on the Yankees! So what does this long-time Yankee fan do to get ready for the season? Of course, he takes advantage of a great sale yesterday for the Mets vs. Marlins in early April. Citi Field is much more fan-friendly than the old Shea Stadium ever was.
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