We looked inside some of the tweets by @vincegennaro and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Good morning from rainy Philadelphia. Last night, I saw the future of baseball: Seven-inning games. Here's my column advocating to make that far more of a prominent thing: https://t.co/GUmU0c0fcs #Yankees #Phillies
I love it. This is shaping up to be one of my favorite baseball seasons. I love universal DH, 7-inning games, runner on 2nd base in extras, and expanded playoffs. https://t.co/nMirqwpVgi
Be sure to listen to this on demand with the SiriusXM app. Learn all about this exciting new concept and their scoring system to rank players—a combination of individual and team performance. https://t.co/3fDu28mVJP
The more that I think about the proposed changes to the playoff format, the more they makes sense. It's an anti-tanking device -- giving more reasons for teams to spend $ and push for a playoff berth, more Oct. hope for players, fans. It could reduce the standings polarization.
I love what we’re hearing out of MLB regarding a new playoff format. It adds intrigue, strategy and excitement (and more teams) to the playoffs. It also gets rid of the one-and-done wild card single game. Lots of positives. https://t.co/Cxik6pORTF
My favorite thing to do each year is call people to tell them they've won a @sabr award. Made three such calls today. Just the best.
In celebration of our 85th Anniversary, @NYCMayor proclaimed today, NYU School of Professional Studies Day! Deputy Mayor of Strategic Policy Initiatives J. Phillip Thompson will present a proclamation from @NYCMayorsOffice tonight to acknowledge the impact @NYUSPS has had on NYC https://t.co/eVfDedOXWf
After a courageous and inspiring 10-year battle with Multiple Myeloma, Bob went peacefully early this morning with his wife and daughter by his side. He was 63 years old. https://t.co/JkcNDyXWPs
My heart goes out to Bob’s family, including his daughter Abigail. Bob was an adjunct faculty at several sports business programs. He was a wonderful colleague who cared deeply about the people he touched. RIP Bob @tuftsb @sabr @nyutischsports https://t.co/oNaE5v2It9