Mets Friday Rant - 6/19/09

David MarineSenior Writer IJune 19, 2009

NEW YORK - JUNE 19:  Fernando Nieve #38 of the New York Mets throws a pitch against the Tampa Bay Rays on June 19, 2009 at Citi Field in the Flushing neighborhood of the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)

It's Friday and I should not be expected to put together intelligent sentences that form a paragraph. So from now on, Friday will be a day for ranting on the Mets.

Short and semi-short sentences to just get what's on my mind about this roller coaster of a team off my chest. Hang on:

  • You will not see me write another post like this about K-Rod for a while. I think I jinxed him.
  • Who's ready for a David Wright 0 for 30 streak? See you after July 4th, David!
  • Why is Sean Green pitching in every game these days? Is running relievers into the ground enjoyable?
  • Aubrey Huff doesn't look bad, but I don't know if I'd give up prospects to get him.
  • Luis Castillo deteriorates every day. Twice on weekends.
  • Would this team be any different if we had a healthy Maine & Perez? The word "NO" comes to mind.
  • Is it just me or do you get nervous every time you see a pop-up and the guy catches it with one hand? TWO HANDS PEOPLE!!!!
  • Thank you Toronto Blue Jays.
  • Matt Pignataro at Seven Train to Shea feels the same way I do about the new Mets goat, Fernando Tatis.
  • Very tough week ahead. Could be very bad.

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