One of the Mets starters is 2-2 with a 7.39 ERA. He is unable to get to the sixth inning. He has won 9 games in two years. He is not who The Mets think he is, and should never have been signed. (He’s a Red Sock, it was just as silly as when they signed Tom “Cylon” Glavine).
Meanwhile another Pedro blew a potential comeback victory.
The rest of the blogosphere is welcome to start blogging about Pedro Martinez being done whenever you’re ready. We’re here waiting for you.
Partnering with a pudding maker is â€œtypical of the Mets,â€ said Kevin McGinn, a 43-year-old Yankees fan from Staten Island, speaking at Shea last week. He compared the soft dessert to the way that Omar Minaya, the general manager of the Mets, fired Willie Randolph abruptly last month. â€œSpineless, wishy-washy,â€ Mr. McGinn said.
I can’t add anything that Kevin Mcginn did not say.
I feel bad for fans of the Seattle Sonics. (For you non NBA fans, the Sonics are moving to Oklahoma. No really, Oklahoma.)
The good news is 50 years from now you will have a new team and an owner named Fred. Fred will do everything he can to pretend that the Seattle Starbucks are really the Sonics. He will even build you a new arena that will resemble wherever it is the Sonics used to play.
The bad news is that if you try to open a bar called The Seattle Sonic, it’s likely that some lawyers will pick on you.
I can’t wait to hear what they call this Oklahoma team (the name and colors stay in Seattle). It’s 2008 and it’s all about marketing so I’m going to guess something absurd like Oklahoma Black Owls.
Back in the 70s and 80s Channel 9 used to show awesome rain delay films.
These were like video yearbooks of full seasons. I’m making up the particulars but in concept you would have Lindsey Nelson narrating over clips with that fake crack of the bat sound effect: ‘The 1977 season got off to any exciting start when Joel Youngblood homered on opening day!’
Then there would be a quick cut to the sign man who’d magically have thought to bring a “Blood And Guts” sign with him.
These were great. I think they stopped showing them when Channel 9 got obsessed with Morton Downey Jr.
Then the Mets, in their Mets way, signed a 20 year deal with Sportschannel so their fans in Queens couldn’t see games. (Queens wasn’t wired for cable until 1987 kiddies – so yes Virginia we missed half the 1986 season).
Then of course Sportschannel stuck us with Fran Healy and it was all downhill from there until SNY showed up.
How about it SNY – find the films, or make some new ones! Enough with showing me Todd Pratt games, I want some John Milner.
The Mets are really going to have to put me on the payroll. This Pedro signing has been a complete bust. Even when you think he was good, he accomplished nothing. Scroll through enough pages and you’ll find a post called “Pedro Exposed.”
So he’s awful so far, but not as awful as the all black uniforms.
Pedro has won 9 more games than I have since June 6, 2006.
I am not second guessing…scroll down one more post and see what I wrote this afternoon.