Treasure Coast Essay

Watching the Mets

Mar 9, 2015

This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about seeing the New York Mets play at Tradition Field in Port St. Lucie.  Spring training has begun and will last six weeks.  Which game do we want to attend?  The Mets versus the Yankees?  The Red Sox?  The Cardinals?  We check the schedule on line by putting “mets” in a browser.  Most games start at 1:10. The gates open at 11:10.  We take I-95 to Exit 121.

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This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the 50th annual St. Lucie County Fair.  It starts Friday and goes through March 8.  A rodeo!  The rock band Hairball!  Country singer Randy Houser!  A demolition derby for amateur drivers!  Just like I-95!  A midway with 40 rides!

 This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about our own Super Bowl stalwart.  And that was Bryan Stork, a graduate of Vero Beach High School.  He played center for the New England Patriots in their exciting 28 to 24 victory over the Seattle Seahawks.  Play after play, it was Stork who snapped the ball to quarterback Tom Brady.  A photo distributed around the world shows the bushy-bearded rookie shouting for joy after the game.  Stork, 24, is big – 6-4 and 310 pounds.  He weighed 70 pounds less when he played tight end for Vero Beach High School.  At Florida State, he played center