Check out my Instagram post where I break it all down! View this post on Instagram The most amazing this about the Mets franchise throughout their entire history is their ability to constantly climb from the lowest of lows, to the highest of highs in the most incredible ways. It’s a never ending tradition that continues to amaze us fans. . . . It’s just crazy to me how this particular Mets team has battled through one of the worst starts to the season in baseball, as well as horrible management on and off the field, ownership and...Read More
As of late, two potentially huge trades for the Mets and new GM Brodie van Wagenen have been in serious talks. . . . The first is a trade for 36 year old 2B Robinson Cano from Seattle who’s looking to get rid of his massive contract, and give up a solid player as well. . . . The other is an offer by the Padres for SP Noah Syndergaard for a potential top prospect. . . . . . For the Cano deal, if the Mets are able to acquire Cano – a guy who is TOTALLY being...Read More
As David Wright prepares to make his final appearance at the hot corner for the Mets today, I’d like to give one final, touching tribute to the Captain. . . . . . In a time where many star athletes are obnoxious, unprofessional, media-concerned divas; David Wright truly stood out as one of the few superstars who did things the right way. – David is the DEFINITION of what a professional athlete should be. Between his incredibly fundamental on-field play, amazing off the field work, loyalty to his team, dedication to baseball and unmatched leadership; David is exactly who...Read More
Not often can a manager turn around the fate of an entire franchise. This past offseason the New York Mets closed the door on the Terry Collins era and penciled in former Indians Pitching Coach, Mickey Callaway, as their new manager. And let me tell you, as a long suffering Mets fan, this was by far one of the best moves they’ve made in such a long time only rivaled by the Yoenis Cespedes trade that fueled an eventual World Series run. For practically the past 55 years, the Mets have been plagued by bad luck, injuries, and poor...Read More
Being a Mets fan ain’t fun. From constant heartbreaks to horrible stretches of injuries, and of course, their trademark horrendous luck when it comes to pretty much anything – we can’t catch a break. And to make manners much worse, the franchise is run more poorly than maybe any other professional sports franchise around. For a quick background, following the infamous Bernie Madoff scandal (which the Mets owners, of course had to invest into) the Amazins’ lost an extremely large chunk of their salary, which now decades after, still leaves us with a very cheap approach to almost everything. Under the helm of the...Read More
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