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NEW YORK (AP) — Marty Noble Delino DeShields Jersey , the longtime baseball writer and Hall of Fame voter who was a mainstay on the New York Mets beat for decades, has died. He was 70.He died Sunday in Florida, according to Newsday and MLB.com. Newsday said a family member confirmed his death, but no cause was given.Noble covered the New York Yankees and Mets for Newsday from 1981-2004, the newspaper said. After that he moved to MLB.com, remaining on the Mets beat through 2010 and then working in a general role until he retired in 2016. But he could still be found at the ballpark some days, making a visit to the Mets’ spring training facility as recently as Friday, the website said.A dean among the city’s many experienced baseball writers, Noble was a familiar presence to all in the press box and clubhouse at Shea Stadium and Citi Field, often smiling as he pulled up a chair to strike up a friendly chat with a Mets player sitting at his locker.A skillful writer who enjoyed producing long-form pieces, Noble was a go-to source on the history of both New York baseball teams. He established good relationships with generations of Mets stars from Tom Seaver and Keith Hernandez to Dwight Gooden and David Wright.According to Newsday, Noble started his New York-area reporting career at the Herald News in New Jersey in 1970 and was on the baseball beat at the Bergen Record by 1974. He joined Newsday in 1981 and covered both the Mets and Yankees at various times during the 1980s. He stayed solely on the Mets beat from 1990-2004.In recent years Joey Gallo Jersey , Noble devoted many hours to editing and overseeing the program for the annual New York Baseball Writers’ Association of America dinner, where winners of the MVP, Cy Young and Rookie of the Year awards often receive their prizes. He was one of the longest-tenured BBWAA members in the entire country.Noble is survived by his wife, Yvette, and two daughters, Carolyn and Lindsay, according to MLB.com. There was no immediate information on funeral arrangements. Umpire Ron Kulpa expels Astros coach Alex Cintron and Manager AJ Hinch"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Houston Astros NewsGame ThreadsHouston Astros Minor LeaguesAstros Game DayPodcastsGame Recap: Astros Hitting Drought Continues. Lose Series and Game 3 in Arlington 4-0New,73commentsUmpire Ron Kulpa expels Astros coach Alex Cintron and Manager AJ HinchCDTShareTweetShareShareGame Recap: Astros Hitting Drought Continues. Lose Series and Game 3 in Arlington 4-0Tim Heitman-USA TODAY SportsThe burning question after this game is:who was worse, the umpire, or the Astros hitters? Hmmmm. Ump?... Hitters?...Ump?.... Hitters?Let’s start with the umpire.If you saw the game you know what I mean.If you didn’t do not assume this is just bitter homerism speaking. This writer was an umpire. I don’t like criticizing umpires because 1. it’s useless whining, and 2. I know how hard umpiring is. But tonight was so bad, so consistently wrong http://www.rangersfanproshop.com/authentic-matt-moore-jersey , over and over again, and we can see the exact pitch location on the TV feed, that it is not crazy to think it was intentional. Here is the call that started it all.Pitch #5 was strike three to Joey Gallo, but umpire Ron Kulpa called it ball 3.Gallo eventually walked.Yet over and over again pitches resembling pitches number 2 and 6 were called strikes on the Astros.Astros players began complaining from the dugout, and Kulpa threw coach Alex Cintron from the game. Kulpa kept looking into the Astros dugout between pitches, apparently looking for some kind of confrontation, and eventually Manager AJ Hinch came out to talk to Kulpa, resulting in his expulsion as well. Here is what transpired.After pitching his last pitch in the sixth inning, Gerrit Cole, who had clearly been suppressing his exasperation all game, had a few words of his own with tonight’s umpire.And yet, as bad as the umpire was Ferguson Jenkins Jersey , I must say in all honesty that it probably didn’t matter much.Oh sure, having to guess where the strike zone is doesn’t help a team already struggling for hits, but clearly this team has no confidence right now. Bad umpire or no, the Astros are as desperate for hits and runs as a thirsty man baking in the desert is for a drop of water.The Astros came into Arlington facing a pitching staff which, in its first three games, had surrendered 28 runs. Facing the Rangers’ four and five starters the Astros could only muster 6 runs. Tonight, going against Mike Minor and several so-so relievers, they could not score a single run, even though the same Mike Minor allowed six runs in four innings on Opening Day. The Astros have scored 15 runs in seven games. They came into this game with a .237 BA, but only a .100 average with RISP.Tonight they only got two runners into scoring position, and stranded both.Their record is now 2 and 5. The last time the Astros started a season that poorly was 2013. Does anyone who reads this website need to be reminded how bad the Astros were in 2013. Hint: Their best player was Jason Castro.Pitching at least was very good again, probably better than the four earned runs would indicate.In the first inning Astros nemesis Elvis Andrus hit a single and stole second. With two outs Nomar Mazara hit a weak ground ball into the shift that Jose Altuve had to charge from right field. Mazara beat the throw http://www.rangersfanproshop.com/authentic-matt-moore-jersey , and Andrus scored from second.In the fourth inning Joey Gallo walked with one out, and with two outs our old friend Hunter Pence singled Gallo home with a single down the right field line. Pence would then score on a well-hit Ronald Guzman double to center.Here’s Josh Reddick robbing Pence of a hit earlier in the gameCole finished the game allowing three earned runs in six innings, allowing 4 hits, 3 walks and whiffing 9 Rangers.The final Rangers run came in the eighth. After Josh James had retired five straight Rangers, Nomar Mazara got to James with a home run to center. James later got the final out on the Rangers, finishing with two innings, allowing one run and 4 K’sTomorrow is an off day for the Astros, who take on the A’s at home on FridayBox score and videos HERE

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