You might say that Omar Quintanilla is the best insurance policy the New York Mets have. When injuries to starting shortstop Ruben Tejada and reserve infielder Ronny Cedeno forced the Mets to call up the Socorro High School star last year, he immediately st
Today on the "Sports Spin" we welcomed MASNsports.coms Steve Melewski back to the program. Melewski has been covering the Orioles for a long time and was hard pressed to remember an atmosphere as electric as game two between O's and Yanks.
El Pasoans, and Orioles fans alike hope the fourth time will be the charm for Omar Quintanilla. After stints with Colorado, Texas, and the New York Mets, 'Q' hopes he will be able to call mid Atlantic home for a while.
Omar Quintanilla had a crazy day. He was called up to the Mets from Buffalo and arrived at Citi Field just prior to their game against the Phillies. The El Paso native was in New York's starting lineup playing shortstop and wearing his familar #6.
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