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The Mets Minaya Is The New Isiah Thomas!

NEW YORK - JUNE 23:  General Manager Omar Minaya of the New York Mets speaks to the media prior to the game against the Seattle Mariners on June 23, 2008 at Shea Stadium in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
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Keith BennettCorrespondent IOctober 27, 2016

 As we all know Isiah Thomas all most destroyed the Knicks. Until management let him go for Donnie Walsh. The Mets seem like they have the same problem at hand. Minaya started signing high priced free agents to long term contracts. These high price so call superstars only play when it pay day. The list goes on Castillo, Perez, Beltran, and Jason Bay seems like he rob the Mets too. K-Rod came to play on the field for the Mets. Off the field Rodriguez had personal issues at home. The Mets know he was like this when the Wilpons sign K-Rod. It leak out K-Rod had two order of protection against him in State of California and his native country Venezuela when he was arrested for at Citi-Field for punching out his so call father-in-law. That why the Angels gave up on so quickly. All the building bricks are falling for Minaya right now. It begin when he sign Pedro Martinez from the Boston Red Sox. Martinez help bring in big name free agents to the Mets club. That was in 2006 when the Mets went to the championship and fall to the Cards. The Mets are still living in the past, and not building a better future for the die hard Mets fans. The Mets need players who come to the game and get down dirty on the diamond. Not ball players who just want a few millions of dollars in their pockets. That why Omar must go like Thomas or Mets fans are expected for long summers ahead.

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