Have you seen the viral clip of the Israeli mom, mocking the concern over her suddenly remote-learning kids?
“How’s the child feeling?!” she asks, exasperated. “He’s spending the entire day on his cell phone — he’s fine!”
The Mets could have told you that even before the coronavirus pandemic turned our world upside down.
On March 12, when Major League Baseball shut down spring training and suspended the start of its season, R. L’Heureux Lewis-McCoy was at Clover Park, conducting classes with Mets staff members on how to best communicate with the group of (primarily) millennials that comprises the franchise’s most important asset: Its playing talent. (Text courtesy NYPost)