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Dickey Stranded again by no Offense!
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7/22/2010-2:27am at 2:27 am (UTC -4)
because noone was in the dugout after 1:20 here are some things that made no sense by Jerry tonight:
1) 12th inning leading off he uses Francouer instead of Castillo???
2) Oliver Perez coming in before Nieve and nearly blowing the game…
All in all getting 1 hit off one of the worst bullpens in baseball history over 7 innings is pathetic…
7/22/2010-2:32am at 2:32 am (UTC -4)
Jerry can’t manage close games on the road (or close games period for that matter), but there is absolutely NO excuse on why this team can’t hit the worst bullpen in baseball by far. HoJo has got to go. Shakeup needs to happen. Not even sure it will do any good though, but something has got to give.
7/22/2010-2:34am at 2:34 am (UTC -4)
And I totally agree with you on Ollie. He has to be the last option and was extremely lucky not to cough it up. Not that Nieve is very good either though. I wouldn’t shed a tear if Nieve was DFA’d.
7/22/2010-2:43am at 2:43 am (UTC -4)
The Mets have become the goodwill ambassadors of baseball. They go on the road and bring happiness to the fans of every city the visit.
Tonightâ€™s game reminded me of the good old days with the Mets of the early 1960â€™s. These two inept teams have set baseball back 50 years.
7/22/2010-7:40am at 7:40 am (UTC -4)
That really was pretty sad that we could not get to their BP last night.
The difference with the Mets of the early 60′s is fans loved them. No one expected them to win in those early days. Now? It’s a completely different ‘ballgame’. I have no idea what the problem is with the offense. On a night we could have picked up ground, we blow yet another opportunity….
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