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Thursday Thought: Content Creators that every Mets fan must follow on social media

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There’s no such thing as too much content these days. People want to see photos, videos, and graphics of their favorite teams and players on their social media timelines every day. Many people also crave podcasts and shows that discuss every aspect of their favorite teams and players, and New York Mets fans are no different.

Here’s the list of content creators that every New York Mets fan must follow:

Photographers/Videographers:

Marc Levine, Mets Chief Photographer:

Levine is entering his 34th season as the Chief Photographer. On his Instagram, you'll find plenty of baseball photos as well as snapshots of his biking adventures around New York.

Liz Flynn, Mets Assistant Photographer:

After one year with the Mets as a seasonal assistant photographer, Flynn recently got promoted to full time assistant for the 2022 season.
Instagram
Twitter

Jessie Alcheh, MLB Live Content Creator (LCC):

Alcheh is one of most well-rounded creators in sports. On top of being the Mets' primary LCC, she shoots the MLB playoffs, NBA, and college basketball.
Instagram

Gabby Ricciardi, MLB LCC:

My super-talented friend Gabby is another LCC who can do it all. On top of covering both the Mets and Yankees for MLB, she shoots Rutgers football and the NBA for ESPN.
Instagram
Twitter

Adam Hunger, Jim McIsaac, and Elsa Garrison, Getty Images

This trio of Getty photographers has every New York team covered from every angle. Big sports or small, indoors or out, they're there capturing every moment.
Adam Hunger Instagram
Jim McIsaac Instagram
Elsa Garrison Instagram
Elsa Garrison Twitter

Gordon Donovan, formerly Yahoo, ABC News, and CBS news

Donovan shoots many different subjects - MLB, MiLB, various events around New York, and occasionally wildlife too.
Instagram
Twitter

Gemini Keez, What Pros Wear

Keez mainly focuses on the details, as you'll see below. He primarily captures gloves, cleats, and necklaces, but of course, #Keezcam is on top of the action too.
Instagram
Twitter

Chris Simon, Roberto Carlo, The Apple NYM

This trio of photographers pumps out Mets content during the season. Whether it's players, fans, ballpark shots, or the 7 train pulling into the station, they get it all.
Chris Simon Instagram
Chris Simon Twitter
Roberto Carlo Instagram
Roberto Carlo Twitter

Carmelita Roman, A Lot of Sports Talk

Carmelita Roman Instagram
Carmelita Roman Twitter

Helene Haessler, St. Lucie Mets Team Photographer:

Haessler covers minor leaguers during the season, but she covers spring training as well. She's been posting a ton of photos over the course of Spring Training, so this might be the first person to follow, since there are still two weeks until Opening Day.
Instagram

Nancy and MJ

Nancy and MJ are two Mets super fans who always have a camera in hand. They shoot from the stands and take a lot of pictures of/with fans
Instagram
Twitter

Athlete Logos

Athlete Logos is one of the best illustrators you'll find in sports. It's very common to see players and broadcasters interact with this account and repost some of the awesome content from here.
Instagram
Twitter

Podcasters/Youtubers:

Shea Station Podcast

Baseball Youtuber Jolly Olive and former-Met Jerry Blevins cover everything Mets in this Jomboy Media production.
Watch on Youtube
Listen audio only on whichever platform you get your podcasts on.
Instagram
Twitter
Jolly Olive:
Instagram:
Twitter
Youtube
Jerry Blevins:
Instagram
Twitter

Mets’d Up Podcast

Baseball Youtuber Giraffeneck Marc and Pitcher List writer James Schiano cover Mets news, rumors, and predictions.
Watch on Youtube
Listen audio only on whichever platform you get your podcasts on.
Instagram
Twitter
Giraffeneck Marc:
Instagram
Twitter
Youtube
James Schiano:
Twitter
Pitcher List Author Page

Subway to Shea

My co-contributor at Rising Apple, Anthony Rivera, covers everything Mets in his podcast.
Listen audio only on whichever platform you get your podcasts on.
Instagram
Twitter
Anthony Rivera:
Twitter

Who are some of your favorite Mets content creators to follow? Comment their social media handles below.

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