Patrick Flood

Patrick Flood

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He was born in New Jersey in November 1988 and grew up in Wayne, New Jersey and Stamford, Connecticut, both suburbs of New York City. He has a background in journalism. He covered baseball for four years for Major League Baseball and deceptive advertising for a year and a half at a nonprofit. He went to high school in the Bronx and did his first two years of college in Manhattan. He graduated from Wesleyan University with a BA in Classical Languages and City University London with a MA in creative writing. He’s lived in New York, Connecticut, and London. His dog’s name is Linda.

Patrick Flood @PatrickJFlood

Is he doing the Zoom from a loading program for the Matrix?

I see the players' argument for a work stoppage--average salary has dropped the last half decade--but what exactly is the owners' argument?

Zeno's paradox, but for a contract negotiation

Love these platoony lineups where only part-time guys are ever allowed to hit cleanup. Manager's way of asserting he's SUPER CONFIDENT in the platoon advantage.

I would love to see what Luis Guillorme's numbers look like in a full season, mainly as a science experiment. But also if that happened, something went very wrong for the Mets.

Putting Pillar, Villar, Nido and Nimmo all close together in the lineup feels like a mean challenge for the visiting announcers

Why aren't the Mets and Marlins allowed to play normal games?

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I have a short story, The Banshee, in the latest Evening Street Review: https://eveningstreetpress.com/product/evening-street-review-number-28-spring-2021/

Mets rotation/bullpen strategy feels like the definition of rearranging deck chairs on Titanic

The rare hot mic moment that makes me like someone more? https://twitter.com/NickCocco18/status/1299097093685104648

I'm convinced Benitez is going to blow this game.

In these trying times I am grateful for Marcus Stroman's delightful social media presence.

This seems like such a weird thing to be cagey about

Just like the scriptures say: Let he who has not lost $20 million in a wild-boar-related ranch accident explain the ordeal to the media first.

Lol the behind the back catch. Would gladly fend off 30-50 feral hogs to protect him.