I thought it was going to happen. I thought, for once, the Mets could go a whole offseason without making the news in a negative way. I thought they could make it several months in a row without looking incompetent. Yet, here we stand on January 21st without a Manager. Your New York Mets everyone!… Continue reading This Is Such a “Mets Thing” to Happen
I wanted to wait a bit to post this, because the news of filthy-rich Steve Cohen buying out Fred and Jeff Wilpon seemed too good to be true. It seemed like a dream. We have been stuck in Wilpon hell for so long, that it seemed like there was no end in sight. In came… Continue reading It’s Actually Happening. Steve Cohen to Buy Out The Wilpons.
The Mets may have went about their search for the 22nd manager in franchise history ass-backwards, but they finally made their choice today. The pick? Former Met star Carlos Beltran. Beltran was rumored to be one of the favorites for the job since the beginning of the said "ass-backward" interview process the Mets went through.… Continue reading Mets Finally Pick a Manager: Welcome Back to Queens Carlos!
The New York Mets season, much like every other season I can remember as a Met fan, was an absolute roller coaster of emotions. They came out of the gates hot, SUCKED in June (as always), then had a monster 2nd Half to give us fans hope. In the end, the team fell short of… Continue reading New York Mets 2019 Season in Review
It was just over a month ago, when I told you guys that the Mets had a chance to get back into this thing. To the Mets credit, they went out and did what they needed to against the softest part of their schedule. The went on a tear and won 15 out of 16… Continue reading Mets Get Back Into the Race
I am such a sucker. Glad, I got that out of the way. Really though, I am such a big sucker. I don't care who knows it. All it took was one winning streak by the New York Mets. One MEASLY four-game winning streak (2 of which were against the Marlins, the 3rd worst team… Continue reading The Mets Are Telling Me There’s a Chance
Hello Met fans. Welcome back to the Clown Show! When I say Welcome Back, I say that in jest. As most of us already know, we have never left said Clown Show since Fred Wilpon bought out Nelson Doubleday in 2002. Good on Nelson Doubleday too, for getting out of anything associated with the Wilpons… Continue reading The Mets Are a Clown Show: Part……100? 1,000? I’ve Lost Count