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Friday, May 19, 2006

I'm Sick

I'm sick of Jose Lima worrying about not getting calls.

I'm sick of Jose Lima making a scene and trying to make it look like he is not at fault for horrible performances.

I'm sick of getting IMs from my 'friends' that are Yankee fans that say 'Lima! Lima! Lima!'. It's sad that Met fans even need to watch him much less take abuse about him.

I'm sick of seeing Jose Lima. Now that Bannister is not coming back to replace either Lima Time! or Jeremi Gonzalez, we get to watch the Mets have no shot in at least one more game from Lima Time! because I doubt the Mets make a move. But don't worry, our bullpen is fantastic. You cannot even touch Darren Oliver, who could not possibly be worse than Lima Time!, and use him in a spot start or two until something, anything better than Lima Time! comes along.

In the immortal words of Jay Mohr, "what are we going to do about this?" Or for my Spanish speaking friends, que hacir con esto? Mr. Mohr may have used it in a different context, but the point is that there is a situation that needs to be..um...rectified. When Bannister went down, Keith Hernandez said he would not be back in four weeks. Unfortunately, he was right. Bannister is in trouble still and is now probably a few more weeks away even if he was going to take the mound next week and has John Maine even picked up a baseball? Not that those guys are the plugs for the holes in a leaky rotation, but they are something.

Alay Soler has been dominant in his eight starts this season. He has a 3-0 record with a 1.51 ERA, 5.29 h/9, 10.20 k/9, 0.82 WHIP, and 4.91 K/BB. I'm not going to get into obvious reasons that everyone has already gone over as to why the 26 year old is a better choice than Jose Lima. With no possibility of a trade between now and Lima's next start, there seems to be only one clear cut choice that does not have anything to do with breaking up the precious bullpen and it seems like a logical choice that really needs to be looked at.

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  • I found a worse decision than trading Scott Kazmir for Victor Zambrano. Paul McCartney being worth $1.56 billion and not having Heather Mills sign a pre-nup because it was 'unromantic' (neither is anal sex, but people do it).

    Lawyer Mark Stephens of Finers, Stephens and Innocent told Reuters: "Heather and the child need to be looked after financially. I think you are looking at 150 million to 200 million pounds ($283-377 million)."

    "She is the child of a Beatle and they have to live in a cosseted and protected environment," he said, recalling the killing of John Lennon by a crazed fan and the attempt on the life of George Harrison.


    Four year of marriage! FOUR YEARS! That is some expensive ass. Yes, she got accustomed to a certain lifestyle in those four years, but the woman is not four years old. She seemed to get by well enough for the first 34 years of her life.

  • It's the Subway Series...WHOO!

    Bob Klapisch lines out his reasons why this weekend series will be interesting here.

    John Delco lists out his top ten moments in the Subway Series here.

    George King and Mark Hale go over the Mets and Yankees to see who has the edge at which position.

    I personally do not look forward to this time of the year. Why do I dread it? I just do. I hate having to interact with Yankee fans on any level, much less on a baseball level. Those smug bastards like the smell of their own farts and feel the need to remind everyone how many championships the Yankees have won and continually make comments like they did not know New York had another team. Going to games between the both teams has a nice playoff atmosphere, but having to endure Yankee fans for an entire game gets old quickly.

    Last week, I was talking to a Yankee fan and one thing that struck me as bizarre while having the conversation. Apparently, some Yankee fans think that Met fans get mad because the Yankee fans do not care about the Mets. According to them, it angers us that the Yankees and the their fans could care less about what the Mets do while the Met fans care a lot about what the Yankees do.

    1) This thought never crossed my mind and I hate the Yankees and their fans as much as anyone.
    2) The Yankee fans love to serve up a healthy dose of superiority when it comes to Met fans and keep up to date on the Mets so they can do it.

    Here is an IM conversation between one of them and myself.

    my 'friend' the Yankee fan: heilman looked sharp (this was after the 1st game against the Phillies that he made the error that allowed the winning run to cross)

    me: easy big guy. everyone makes an error. your parents had you, didn't they?


    Not only was that unsolicited, but I detected quite a bit of sarcasm. Yankee fans indeed care about the Mets if only for fodder to try and make us feel bad. Of course 75% of the Yankee fans are casual fans and could not care less about their own team much less the Mets. While I do not particularly care for this time of year, I do try and make the best of it and pray the Mets win and the only thing that is keeping me going at this point is the fact that Pedro and Glavine are slated to start. If it is going to happen, you might as well have your best on the mound.

    Here is an email from The Metropolitans Mailbag:

    Metsfan1: Mike, How long does it take for a suave male Met fan to get to fifth base with a female Yankee fan?

    Me: One date, and you don't even have to buy dinner.

  • Alan Schwartz does an interview with Mark Texeira for Baseball America.

    AS: I know that part of your thinking was to minimize your time in the minor leagues.

    MT: Definitely. The minor leagues is no fun--it is absolutely no fun. Three years in the minors would have been torture for me. When I decided not to sign out of high school, there was almost a plan set out--go to college, have the three best years of your life, which I did, be a high first-round pick, get a huge bonus, which I did, play one year in the minors, get yourself honed with a wood bat and professional baseball, which I did, and go to the big leagues and everything

    AS: But you're the shining example of how well it can turn out. What if it doesn't?

    MT: Well, that's the thing--if it doesn't work out, wouldn't you rather have a college education than have nothing? That money, I don't care how much you sign for, it's going to be gone eventually. I'd rather be happy with a college education and not have a bonus than be unhappy without a college education and saying, "What did I do with the last eight or nine years of my life?"

    I talk to kids at Georgia Tech. I talk to kids in my high school, kids all over the place, parents. Because when it comes to the draft, I've been through the worst of it and I've been through the best of it.
  • 38 Comments:

    Anonymous Benny White from el BRONX said...

    Yesterday was the first start I was actually able to watch from Lima, from the start.
    The team looks dead when he starts. They have that "fuck!" look, body language, and mentality.

    I think Paul McCartney just likes being fucked in the asshole. This Heather Mills thing is just the most recent example.
    But i don't think it gets any worse than Michael Jackson making ALL the money from every single Beattles album.
    Not just for kids, Michael Jackson can rape grown men too ;)

    The Subway series can be scary at Shea if the Yankees are winning but if the mets are winnings, WATCH OUT! I become an asshole.
    FOr the past two years I have been able ot talk shit in the face of big 7'0" body builder Yankee fans, pointing and calling them losers and to look at the score board.
    And the sweep of two years ago? Oh my god. It was heaven.
    I ain't gonna front, I do care what the Yankees do. The team, not the fans. I care when they lose. But I could care less what the fans think.

    Mark Tex-Mex-Iera is all business.

    And I just want to say that the Draft is in like 3 weeks and nobody is really sticking out. It's gonna be a weak year.

    12:27 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Yeah, the team comes out beat before he even throws a pitch. They know they have to put up 8 or 9 to win and the guy is nuts. Just nuts.

    But i don't think it gets any worse than Michael Jackson making ALL the money from every single Beattles album.

    Does he own every song, or just some of them?

    The Subway series can be scary at Shea if the Yankees are winning but if the mets are winnings, WATCH OUT! I become an asshole.

    This is my problem. I can fuck around with my friends and we can go at it. But with drunk Yankee fans, they get violent. There are so many fights there about grown men fighting about, yes, baseball. The Met fans are usually ok....they cheer when their team does good, but the Yankees fans (some anyway) are just dicks. It's like they walk into your livingroom, kick the vase off the table, and put their feet up. Fuck that. I've seen security stand with their arms folded while some drunk kid was litterally standing in the aisle just screaming about Met fans for innings and no one doing anything. People were yelling back, but it was getting ugly while the cop stood there like and idiot. That's how fights start because this kid needed to get pounded.

    Yeah, the Mets are winning, they are so fucking quite. Pretty funny actually.

    The draft coverage is non-existent. This is a good year to not have a 1st rounder. That's all I'll say.

    1:00 PM

     
    Blogger Toasty Joe said...

    Lima is this year's Kaz Ishii. There's just not any doubt about it whatsoever. I don't know if it's Willie sticking to one of "his guys", Peterson thinking he can "straighten him out", or Omar getting hung up on Lima's latino heritage, but they are all in love with his sucky ass. I'll take Soler, Oliver, Heilman, whatever, just get him outta here.

    1:14 PM

     
    Anonymous jake said...

    i'll take Ishii.

    1:26 PM

     
    Blogger Kenny said...

    Jacko only owns a portion of The Beatles catalog. Due to his recent money issues though, he is going to be selling it.

    Lima's arrival has been convenient for me. I tend to need to hate at least one Met. With the loss of Mr. Monday, I thought for sure that I was going to have a ton of extra hate just sitting around and cluttering everything up. Lima solved the problem rather quickly.

    1:32 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    I'll take Ishii too.

    They even liked what the saw from Lima in the spring. Randolph's comments about Lima being 'pretty good' with the exception of two innings was just ridiculous. Don't throw him under the bus, but say 'he was struggling out there no doubt' or something.

    Thanks kenny. I thought he only owned some of them. If he owned all of them, that would be a travesty.

    As for hating a Met, just hate Randolph. That's what I do.

    1:46 PM

     
    Blogger Rick M said...

    Omar was just on Mike & Mad Dog, they seem to be leaning heavily towards bringing up Soler. He also said they wouldn't deal Pelfry or Milledge for pitching this year.

    2:48 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Good stuff Rick. I'm excited to hear both pieces of news.

    2:57 PM

     
    Blogger BookieD said...

    This whole Lima situation is getting absurd. As Benny said, by starting Lima, you are basically sending the team out there every fifth game with virtually no chance to win the game--and the players seem to know this. It is an untenable situation for a team that fancies itself a contender.

    I heard the same thing from Omar. He said that they don't intend to deal Milledge or Pelfrey because the team's gameplan is to try to build a core of young players that the fans can follow through the minor league system, and root for as members of the big league club. He added that he believes that ths is what the fans want too. It was almost as if he has been reading the blogs (though I am 100% certain he has not), very encouraging.

    3:40 PM

     
    Anonymous mets grrl said...

    You know what I'm sick of?

    Mets blogs that are otherwise intelligent but feel the need to post stupid sexist bullshit or pictures of naked women or rants about issues THAT HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH BASEBALL OR THE METS but are demeaning and degrading to women in general.

    That's what I'm sick of.

    I'm sick of having to delete these blogs from my RSS reader.

    But, what I usually end up finding out is that I don't miss them.

    Some day, there will be an intellgent blog about the Mets that doesn't feel the need to act like a 13 year old.

    3:46 PM

     
    Blogger SonnyD said...

    I wonder how Lima is perceived in the clubhouse. The guy is a clown. Is he well liked? When the camera catches him in the dugout, he doesn't seem to be talking to anyone, aside from Jeremi Gonzalez. Do players not perform as well for a pitcher they dislike and disrespect?

    3:49 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Mets blogs that are otherwise intelligent but feel the need to post stupid sexist bullshit or pictures of naked women or rants about issues THAT HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH BASEBALL OR THE METS but are demeaning and degrading to women in general.

    I don't feel the need to do anything and post about things that interest me whether it be baseball or not. What exactly were you offended by in today's post? There no 'naked' pictures (I’ve never posted naked pictures) and I often comment on stuff that is outside the realm of baseball. I’m truly sorry that were you offended by anything or were annoyed about a non-baseball topic on my blog.

    Furthermore, I have no idea why this is on your RSS reader. I specifically have never requested my blog to listed on SportsSpyder nor I have set this up for an RSS feed specifically for the reason that I like to swear and post material which some people might take offense too. I have no issues with someone not wanting to come here, but it is certainly up to me what gets posted baseball related or not.

    Some day, there will be an intelligent blog about the Mets that doesn't feel the need to act like a 13 year old.

    There are plenty of great ones out there that have no offense material whatsoever, but I can say with certainty that nothing I post is all that offensive. Most people who come here are reasonably open minded and have a sense of humor, but a lot of people are easily offended. If you want a more ‘professional’ one than mine, I could suggest Metsgeek.com which is another site I work on that has nothing that can be confused as offensive.

    I wonder how Lima is perceived in the clubhouse. The guy is a clown. Is he well liked? When the camera catches him in the dugout, he doesn't seem to be talking to anyone, aside from Jeremi Gonzalez. Do players not perform as well for a pitcher they dislike and disrespect?

    Check out Jake's comment from when I posted about his Lastings Milledge article. My guess is no. At least no when he is pitching, I'm not sure about his off days. He seems like a distraction that makes everyone feel uncomfortable during his games.

    4:19 PM

     
    Blogger Toasty Joe said...

    Mike, you were way to easy on her.

    Just heard that Willie is going to play Floyd tonight, against one of the toughest pitchers on lefthanders in, well, in major league history. That's a guaranteed 0-for-4. It feels like we're already trailing in this game.

    4:56 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Toasty, I'm a nice guy contrarty to popular belief. Besides, she was not as bad as I've received in the past...unjustly as well I might add. I was accused of being fat and unathletic (neither of which is true) but she got down and dirty because I said woman's basketball was boring. However, it was relevant because it was in instead of a Mets game one time by accident or something. What she didn't know is ALL basketball is boring, but apparently I'm not allowed to have opinions.

    Oh well, you cannot please everyone.

    5:15 PM

     
    Blogger Toasty Joe said...

    Women's basketball IS boring. It's an immutable fact.

    5:25 PM

     
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I agree 1000% Clarabelle Lima has to go/ and put Oliver in the starting rotation or bring up Evan Maclaine who has learned that if you can throw your changeup 10 miles an hour slower than your fastball you can be a star/ aske Glavine and jamie Moyer.

    5:33 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Toasty, I know. However, I'm not allowed to think that according to some. It's sexist.

    MacLane is nice, but he I'd stay away from him at this point while there are other options. He has not had too much AAA exposure and his stuff will always be a question. Also, it took Moyer a long, long time to find some consistency. Guys like that take a long time to become what you want them to be because their game is so cerebral. Moyer didn't start hitting his stride until about 30.

    Glavine is just a freak, but he does have the ability to hit 90 and did hit 90/91 more frequently as a young guy which sets him apart a bit from MacLane and Moyer. I like MacLane, but I'm hesitant to rush him and not give him at least an entire year at Norfolk. He might be able to put a few starts before people catch up, but I do not think he is ready to start yet (except if it was against the Mets...he'd probably destroy our team like all other slop throwing lefties).

    Soler, Oliver, or Heilman are the next candidates in my opinin. Heilman is only last because I know how the organization values him, but if the shit really hits the fan, they may have no choice.

    I'm out to watch the game...godspeed Jeremi...godspeed.

    6:12 PM

     
    Blogger Condor Schmitt said...

    Lima = $1 million to suck
    Johnson = $16 million to suck

    we win

    6:43 PM

     
    Blogger Condor Schmitt said...

    You know what I'm sick of?

    yourself?

    your crappy personnality?

    your neurosies?

    the chip on your shoulder?

    having no penis?

    having no friends?

    at least your not a Yankee fan.

    6:49 PM

     
    Anonymous Juan in Island del Rhode said...

    Cliffy is not in the line-up tonight, Valentin is listed in left and batting 8th. Atta boy, Willie!!!

    And hey, screw that bitch and her stupid comments about not wanting naked pictures (even though you don't post any - she may just not like Eva...) Where's Chuck when you need him?

    7:04 PM

     
    Anonymous Pavan said...

    I found a worse decision than trading Scott Kazmir for Victor Zambrano. Paul McCartney being worth $1.56 billion and not having Heather Mills sign a pre-nup because it was 'unromantic' (neither is anal sex, but people do it).

    Mike, that is fucking brilliant. After seeing the first inning of the subway series, I want both Lima and Gonzalez gone (even if we keep coming back and win this game). Bring up soler, and put heilman (or even oliver as you suggested) in the rotation.

    Don't just release Lima though. Get some dirt on him, and get his ass deported. Mix up the paperwork so he's extradited to Thailand, and spends the rest of his days in a Thai prison camp, where he can continue to complain about balls and their location.

    8:06 PM

     
    Blogger Condor Schmitt said...

    I would like to suggest that after tonights game and for his effort (and moustache) we name Randy Johnson "Johnny Cakes"

    9:25 PM

     
    Blogger Condor Schmitt said...

    I dont want to read anymore of this crap about the players not feeling any extra passion for the Met/Yankee games! We all saw Wright jumping in the air after he hit that ball! This shit is electric!

    10:26 PM

     
    Blogger Toasty Joe said...

    YEAAHHHH BABY!! What a win, what a win!

    11:20 PM

     
    Anonymous benny blanco from da Queens said...

    All Basketball sucks.
    The NBA is garbage and the WNBA is garbage.
    But enough about negative shit.
    Lets be positive.
    Mets FUCKING WIN! OFF MARIANO FUCKING RIVERA!!!
    And Jose fucking LIMA TIME GOT DFA'D w000

    1:30 AM

     
    Anonymous David said...

    no need to be sick of Lima anymore...

    from rotoworld:

    The Mets will recall reliever Anderson Garcia to replace Jose Lima on the roster.
    Garcia, 25, has a 1.43 ERA in 31 1/3 innings between Double- and Triple-A. He'll likely only be kept as a middle reliever until the Mets need a starting pitcher next week.

    2:31 AM

     
    Blogger oSSyCoCoTaSo said...

    i was at the game and was literally surrounded by yankees fans.

    it was great to hear them boo when sandman came on for wags and then have him just smoke them.

    wright getting that hit off rivera was just icing on the cake.

    baseball bliss baby

    4:02 AM

     
    Anonymous Johnny D in RI said...

    In honor of this glorious occasion, I have changed my Fantasy team name from 2 Speeds to Enter Sandman.

    Thank God Lima Time is over.

    Mets win, Phillies and Braves lose. It's gonna be a good day.

    8:56 AM

     
    Anonymous Brian B said...

    Nationals apparently would only give up livan for Lastings.

    Leads me to believe Bowdens been hittin the bottle again.


    good win last night, love seeing dwright come through.

    12:44 PM

     
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