Help Us Rank the Top 10 Worst Mets Moments of the Season

Mike KentSenior Writer ISeptember 24, 2009

NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 23:  Daniel Murphy #28 of the New York Mets walks to the dugout after striking out against the Atlanta Braves during the game on September 23, 2009 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

It has been a long season with both good times and bad times.

But for some reason, we as Mets fans seem to remember the bad more then we remember the good.

I think there are two reasons for that.

1. We are Mets fans.
2. There is way more bad than good to remember.

There have been lots of bad moments this year.

How many times have you said this is as low as the Mets can get, and then they prove you wrong?

I feel that way every day, and I don't think I am alone.

And now comes the hard part, picking the worst moment of one of the worst seasons in Mets history (at least since 1993).

The Mets have had many bad moments this season. Is it Luis Castillo dropping the game winning ball against the Yankees or is it the ugliest inning ever in Dodger Stadium?

Mets fans may not get baseball in October or good baseball in 2009, but at least we get to pick the worst moment of the season.

Vote now and use your right as a Met fan to help us rank the Top 10 worst Mets moments of the season.

Vote for as many moments you want, but please do not vote for the same moment twice.


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