Mets Worse Than Little Leaguers

Dominick DiFucciAnalyst IJuly 5, 2009

You can't sugar coat what we have been seeing this year from the Mets. It is clearly a team that is unwatchable at this point. The more Mets fans clamor over getting a trade done, the more Omar comes out and says he will stand pat with what he has (Keeping his prospects)... Is he kidding?  I have seen better play from Little Leaguers this year. At least they catch the ball...

Another point is, when the Mets come home next week—stay home!  The Mets will get the point. The Dodgers will come in and pound the baseball and outscore the Mets. That's all you have to do, let the Mets make a couple of errors or walk the bases loaded and wait for the big hit from the opposition. Even the great Johan Santana has let his guard down in recent starts...

So let's get it straight Mets Fans, no trades because we have players coming off the DL soon (we hope). By then the Mets will be 7-10 games behind and looking up at the Phillies again...

The Mets don't care that we want to see a winning product on the field, they just care about their pockets...

I think Omar overrates his minor leaguers. Nick Evans is nothing special to watch, neither is F-Mart (who is now hurt). Daniel Murphy could be something, but is now pressing. Jon Niese did not impress me or the Mets (obviously Minors). Can we do better than Gary Sheffield?  C'mon.

It's really, really sad that in a big market, the Mets can't get back on track by making a move, but instead making excuses.

Show some balls Wilpons and spend some money!

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