BMF has been saying it for weeks: “Chris Capuano is the Ace of this team”.
Yet again Cappy dominated his opponent by posting 7 shut out innings with 3H, 2BB and 5K.
Alderson gambled twice this offseason with injured starters and while Chris Young came up snake-eyes he hit the jackpot with Capuano.
Jose Reyes continues to go BEZERK recording a 3-5, 2R, HR game. This guy is lookin to win the freakin’ MVP and no one is gonna laugh louder than BMF when the Wilpons give him Carl Crawford money this winter.
Raise your hand if you’re at least mildly shocked our Mets are just 1 game under .500. Yeah, me too. After winning 6 of 8 they’re at 32-33.
WTF with Clint Hurdle freaking out about the ball Pagan clearly caught? Hurdle somehow thought he trapped it or caught it on a bounce off the wall??? I dunno it all seemed like way too much drama with an ejection from 2 ump for that play.
Meanwhile this is one of those bizarre wrap-around series with a bonus game on a non-holiday Monday.
Sure would be nice to be .500 before heading to that black-hole of the ATL
On another note, big news from BMF’s other job as indie film/tv guy.
“City Gridiron: Season 2″ is premiering on WPIX11 Aug 14, Sun 10A as I bring my docu-series coverage of NYC Public School Varsity Football to broadcast TV.
Season 1 aired last year as a 2 hour film on MSGVarsity, a network limited to Cablevision systems only, and featured the Canarsie Chief’s.
Season 2 will be 6 half-hour episodes premiering Aug 14 and featuring Coney Island’s Lincoln High and All-American Ishaq Williams. Series runs 6 consecutive weeks
City Gridiron: Season 3 premieres Sept 25th and will cover the current PSAL (Pub Sch Athl League)nThe focus will be on the Erasmus Hall Dutchmen and NYC’s next top recruit Wayne Morgan as well as Lincoln and Canarsie. Season 3 will air 13 consecutive weeks Suns 10A on PIX 11.