Archive for August, 2010

Fire The Training Staff!

If ever there was an excuse to fire the Mets training staff it was last night when Jose Reyes was removed from the game in the second inning after tweaking his oblique injury. The Mets have called it “mild” but Reyes will be shut down until he is pain free. The fact that Reyes was […]


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Stupid Is As KRod Does

Earlier this season Philadelphia Phillies relief pitcher Ryan Madson committed one of the stupidest acts a professional athlete can commit. After blowing a save in the 10th inning of a game against the San Francisco Giants Madson threw a temper tantrum during which he kicked a chair. Proving that the chair is mightier than the […]



Mets Need To Add To Player Leadership

During last night’s game between the Mets and Phillies ESPN’s Jon Miller and Joe Morgan made the point (more than once) that the Mets team needs to man up. (That’s my interpretation. They didn’t say it exactly that way.) This is not a new concept. I’ve seen countless blog posts and Twitter messages saying the […]



Jets Twitter List

In preparation for tonight’s premiere of Hard Knocks I created a Twitter list of all Jets players on Twitter. The Jets players Twitter list lists all 17 players. Follow the list to follow them all or click the players name below to visit their Twitter feed: Nick Mangold Dustin Keller David Clowney Santonio Holmes Braylon […]



The Sun’ll Come Out Minaya!

I’m amazed at how few words had to be changed to make this work. Here’s a Fred Wilpon inspired version of the song Tomorrow from the Broadway show Annie: The sun’ll come out Minaya! Bet your bottom dollar That tomorrow There’ll be sun! Just thinkin’ about Minaya! Clears away the cobwebs, And the sorrow ‘Til […]



Fred Wilpon Is An Ass

Fred Wilpon is an ass. When asked today if Omar Minaya will be the Mets GM next season Wilpon responded “Is the sun going to come up tomorrow?”. Oh, he’s not an ass for keeping Minaya as GM (or maybe he is, but that’s a different rant). It’s the way he answered the question. While […]



Changing Managers Now Won’t Help

As optimistic as I try to be I have to believe that the Mets season is over. I don’t think we need to wait and see what happens on this road trip to call it. We Mets fans certainly know how badly a team with a 7.5 game lead in August must play to lose […]