Mets 101 is the New York Mets section of Sports Media 101. We obsess over your favorite sports team so you don't have to! Mets 101 is committed to bringing up-to-date sports coverage for Mets fans everywhere.
Readers of Mets 101 can expect the latest news, game reviews, and editorials. Readers can also comment on the articles written by our writers and interact with other Mets fans. For fans all over the world, Mets 101 is the key to all of your New York Mets baseball coverage.
About the Authors
Mike Phillips Editor
Mike is a graduate of Iona College with a degree in Mass Communications. He resides in Westchester, New York, and is a life long Mets fan. Mike follows the Mets year after year and has tremendous passion for the team and baseball. Mike is excited to be a contributor for Mets101.com and to help bring the latest Mets news and analysis to Met fans.
Ryan Karpusiewicz Writer
Ryan Karpusiewicz is a writer with an incredible passion for sports and sports entertainment, specifically for content regarding New York area teams. He is a lifelong resident of New York, with roots extending into the heart of Flushing, which might as well be colloquially known as New York Mets country. As a graduate of Iona College's Mass Communications school and a person possessing a copious amount of digital editorial experience, he is excited about contributing to Mets 101 and constructing an online publication devoted to bringing the latest news to New York Met fans.
Kyle Brosnan Writer
Kyle Brosnan is a graduate of the George Washington University with a degree in political science and history and current law student. At George Washington, he hosted a weekly sports-talk radio show and broadcasted intercollegiate athletic events for the student run radio. As a lifelong New Yorker and huge sports fanatic, Kyle looks forward to contributing to Mets 101.
Steve Popoloski Writer
Steve Popoloski is a lifelong Mets fan, currently finishing a degree in Marketing with a concentration in Sport Management at The College at Brockport. While pursuing a career in professional sports, Steve has worked for clubs in the American Hockey League, the Can-Am League of Professional Baseball and the National Lacrosse League. His favorite Mets players of all time include Mike Piazza, Todd Hundley and Ty Wigginton.