Day Game

Is this a perfect day for a baseball game or what?

Great day for a win too

Game thread…

6 Responses to “Day Game”

  1. AM I AN IDIOT? Says:

    Let’s see…we have a guy on the bench that is young and hitting home runs every other at bat…let’s not start him. We have some great young arms down in our farm system…but we are going to start a 40 year old that has stunk out of the bull pen and will stink as a starter. We have a left fielder that has slept walk for two years…but we are going to stick with him. WAKE UP NEW YORK METS MANAGEMENT! WAKE UP!!!!!

  2. mets fan Says:

    TIME FOR THE BULL PEN TO GIVE UP A RUN OR TWO SO WHEN THE METS COME BACK THEY COME UP ONE RUN SHORT. LETS JUST REPEAT THE SAME THING, EVERYGAME, FOR THE REST OF THE SEASON!

  3. Howard Says:

    You get what you pay for. The Mets didn’t want to put money into necessary crater like holes in the roster (Catcher, CF, Bullpen) and the season is now over.

    Everyone, please get off the train. It is headed for the yard.

  4. BlondiesJake Says:

    You guys are right. The team should overpay for a reliever and a catcher with top prospects when the team isn’t a piece or two away, especially with the starting staff falling apart. I’d love to see another Kazmir for Zambrano deal.

  5. Howard Says:

    I was not expecting Johnny Bench.. Just an upgrade at catcher that gave us some power. Most catchers can hit the long call. In regards to the bullpen, we have statistically the worst bullpen in baseball. That means than anyone would have been an upgrade. A lot of times, you do not have to give up big prospects but rather take on a big contract to get some quality
    relief bullpen guys.

    What is the difference now? The season is over. This team is lifeless. My problem is with the organization. They have the attitude that we will get the most out of these mediocre players and when the competitveness of the team ends, they will just count up how much money they made at the gate.

    I am sorry but it is embarassing to be in a sport in which there is no salary cap, have a team which brings in a lot of revenue if you include SNY and the gate, etc, and we stink year after year after year. And I do not see the light at the end of the tunnel. Whoever thinks that all of those pitchers are going to be stars is crazy. If one of them turns out that way, you are fortunate.

    And where is the big bat that we desperately need in the lineup. I am sick and tired of seeing a reserve player like Hairston be our ‘big power hitter’.

    The team stinks. Another season down the drain.

  6. foxster Says:

    re the “perfect day” for baseball, IT SHOULD RAINED CATS AND DOGS!

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