A few nights ago, I had the pleasure of accompanying one of my friends to a New York Mets game at Citifield stadium. Unfortunately, they lost 3-2 to Washington. But don’t expect a play-by-play from me. While I am without a doubt a Mets fan, I have to be honest about the kind of sports fan I am in general. I’m much more of a let’s-go-to-the-game-to-grab-a-hotdog-and-look-at-the-cute-players girl, than a passionate, edge-of-my-seat fan. I get bored by things that other fans go crazy for like player stats, rankings, etc. But one thing that does fascinate me about baseball – other than the cute players, of course – is baseball salaries. They’re astronomical!
It’s been reported that the average salary for a player on the New York Mets is over $4 Million! And the baseball salaries for that other team in New York (you know, the New York Yankees) have been reported at over $6 Million! Can you even imagine…getting paid huge sums of money like that just for doing what you love? Only problem is, you’ve got to have skills like a New York Yankees short-stop. And let’s face it, not many of us do.
But as always, I have good news for all of you! Not the next baseball superstar? Don’t worry! You can make your millions without playing for the New York Mets or New York Yankees! How? By winning the Publishers Clearing House Online Sweepstakes, of course!
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So what are you waiting for? Head over to pch.com right now! Who knows, you could win Ten Million Dollars, and then you’d have those New York Mets or New York Yankees baseball salaries beat! What a homerun that would be!