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Thursday, June 08, 2006

What do you tell a woman with two black eyes?

Nothing, you already told her twice.

Congress already stepped in and made baseball look silly with Sammy Sosa forgetting how to speak English, Mark McGwire forgetting how to speak any language, and Rafael Palmeiro swearing he was a good boy and subsequently getting busted for steroids. The ball players and all of baseball wanted the government to back off and let the new system get a chance to work. In fact, people pointed to busts as the system starting to work. Regardless of what was in place going forward, the congressional hearings were the first black eye.

The second black eye is this Jason Grimsley debacle. The government stepped in again and the feds intercepted a delivery of Human Growth Hormone to Jason Grimsley's house and he sang. Oh baby he sang. When you get a chance, read this affidavit as it is stunning in terms of the content. Names are named, but they are blacked out for obvious reasons and it goes into some serious detail. It is amazing how much information is in there and it is amazing that it just seems that players are turning their heads. When you read what Grimsley had to say, it paints a serious picture of things going wrong and baseball not being able to police itself.

Human Growth Hormone is essentially a fountain of youth. HGH is a hormone secreted by the pituitary gland that, in children, causes physical growth. In adults as well as children, hGH is essential to maintain healthy body composition and metabolism (in other words, to improve one's ratio of fat to lean body mass). HGH is natural, but the body makes less and less of it as you age. There have been studies with HGH and elderly people that have produced results that link HGH to longevity and the betterment of the quality of one's life. In terms of baseball, HGH makes a player recover faster and add strength whether it be pitching or at the plate.

It is natural and very helpful, so what's the problem? Well, it's not really legal. It may be a medical wonder, but it has only been approved by the FDA for adult men and women who have certain medical issues and is given to kids who do not produce enough of it themselves. The stuff is basically a super steroid with minimal effects to your body. The largest and obvious problem with players taking it is that they might not even be doing it right. The dosages may be wrong and no one really has any idea who is supervising them while they are taking it. As Grimsley noted, a lot of these players are going into Mexico to buy whatever they need.

The really hard part for baseball is there is no way to detect HGH since it occurs in the body naturally. HGH is a big fear for baseball and a apparently a very pervasive problem. Gimsley said that "boatloads" of players are still using performance enhancing drugs and that is bad news for Bud Selig and all of baseball who's policy is clearly not working as well as they lead on. We are in a day and age of technology and the ability to circumvent whatever preventative measures baseball puts into place. If Major League Baseball found a way to eradicate HGH and steroids from the game, you better believe something else will show up. There is simply too much money involved for the supply of performance enhancing drugs to dry up. However, the feds raiding Grimsley's house certainly sends quite a message to everyone out there using the stuff and now that this concept of raiding homes has been introduced into this illegal substance game being played by the players and government, everything just got really interesting.

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  • Jered Weaver is good. He is good and might be demoted when Bartolo colon returns despite him being their best pitcher over the last two weeks he has been with the team. Three times out and three wins for the little Weaver, but that is how things go sometimes and much like Met fans going crazy over certain decisions, Angels fans will undoubtedly be calling up their radio shows complaining with bloggers doing the same.

  • Like, Whoa.

    "He's certainly making a case for himself to stay here," Glavine said.

    Lastings Milledge is good. He turned himself into a fantasy stud pretty quickly and was the star player last night with a homerun, a triple, and gunning Nomar Garciaparra out at second with a perfect throw. This kid can play and listening to him makes you like him even more. When he was talking about Jae Seo, he was mentioning how he got beat the first time with an inside fastball. Next at-bat? Milledge knew Seo was coming back with that pitch and sat there and waited for it. He got one and sent a laser out of the park. Howard Johnson mentioned that the kid learns quickly and Milledge has not disappointed as it seems there really is nothing the kid does not do well.

    "The only thing that I want to prove is that I play to win," Milledge said when asked about proving that he should stay here.

    "That's the only thing. And I play the game hard. And I play the game with energy. That's the only thing that I want to prove to everybody," he said.


    Edge is good and he definitely has a bit of an edge. He has that I'm Lastings Milledge attitude and you have to beat me. He knows he is good and thinks there is nothing he cannot do.

    "(Milledge) has done well but, I'm not going to pencil him in as the everyday outfielder (just yet)," Randolph said.

    Leave it to Willie to make a comment like that.

  • Good to see Pedro doing his thing:

    Pedro Martinez, who the day before had held court on the unattractiveness of his buddy Manny Ramirez's latest hairstyle, approved of Milledge's tightly lined -- and unique -- braids.

    Manny, you cannot escape Pedro.

  • Here is a Kazmir piece for anyone interested.

  • Ummm, Willie. You watching the same games we are?

    Randolph said he was thinking long term when he decided to rest Delgado. Julio Franco made only his second start of the season at first. Randolph shifted Lastings Milledge, who had been playing right field exclusively since being recalled from Triple-A Norfolk, to left field and started Endy Chavez in right.

    "Lastings had been playing more left field (in the minors) and Chavez has a better arm in right field."


    Chavez has a good arm, but Lastings' is stronger.

  • I love how Carlos Delgado refers to everyone as "Mr.____".

    With the sudden rash of injuries, it was only natural to ask Carlos Delgado if he was feeling OK after Randolph left him out of last night's lineup. Delgado smiled and said he was fine, adding, "Mr. Randolph gave me the day off."

    He called Wagner "Mr. Billy Wagner" when he signed and if you have read my site before and seen that, that is where I got it from.

  • Marty Noble has a piece about the Mets draft.

    The consensus was that the 2006 First-Year Player Draft probably would prove to be more pitching-oriented than most of the drafts that preceded it. And if the breakdown of players selected didn't bear that out, the Mets' selections certainly did.

    Denied a place in the first round because of their signing of Type A free agent Billy Wagner in the fall, the Mets selected 49 players in two days in the 50 rounds that concluded early Wednesday evening. More than half of their selections were pitchers, the vast majority of those right-handed with college experience.


    As for day two of the draft, the most interesting name was Justin Woodall. Matt Meyers had this to say on the Baseball American Draft Day Blog:

    Nobody thought Justin Woodall was interested in playing baseball, as the LHP/OF has signed to play safety at Alabama and apparently blew off one predraft workout because it interfered with a trip to Cancun. However, he recently drove several hours to a workout for the Mets who turned around and picked him in the 19th round, with their first pick of Day Two. Some clubs felt he was a first-round type of talent as a pitcher, if he focused on baseball. The Mets plan is likely to sign him for above slot and let him go to Alabama and play football knowing they hold his rights if football does not work out.

    Baseball America had his rated as the 80th best prospects in the draft and had this to say about him:

    He's rangy and powerful in the outfield with above-average arm strength that produces 90-94 mph heat on the mound--from the left side. He'll flash a hard, late-biting slider as well. Woodall has little feel for pitching and his approach at the plate is equally unrefined. He's aggressive in all counts and looks to pull often. He makes hard contact with plus raw power. His quick, strong hands and wrists allow him to unleash the bat head through the zone with tremendous speed.

    We'll see how the Mets handle this one, but it is interesting how a kid who was so uninterested in baseball drove to work out for the them in spite of his said intentions.
  • 40 Comments:

    Blogger mr. met said...

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    3:51 PM

     
    Anonymous benny blanco said...

    People gotta realize this Jason Grimsley thing has nothign to do with baseball or its atheltes. It has to with them targeting the guys supplying these things.

    hGH is also not just baseball. This big spotlight is put on baseball and Bud Selig as if he were doing this on purpose. Football and Basketball have the same problem. Wasn't there a "scandal" a couple of years ago about football and hGH? Why are we sooo surprised now?

    Lastings Milledge is the truth man. I'm soo glad the Mets kept him. 6 more years of this guy.

    Manny Ramirez looks like a bum who should be making me a cuban sandwhich at a bodega. He looks like a crack-head.
    Just had to throw that in there...

    Delgado even called Kaz Matsui Mr. Matsui when discussing the whole number thing in the offseason... freakin' wierdo.

    Out of the draft, The names are I like are Jeremy Barfield, Nate Hendrick, Justin Dalles, and Shay Conder.
    Although all of them are based off ABSOLUTELY NOTHING since i haven't seen them play at all. Barfield has the "pedigree" and Hendrick is supposed to be good.
    Dalles and Conder? Based on thier names... lets see what happens in 2 years. I like thier names.

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    4:22 PM

     
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Hurricanes may lose QB to Mets
    Signing bonus key to Stegall's choiceofsport

    4:42 PM

     
    Anonymous dg's draft and burn said...

    Hey I was going to post that. Here's the text:

    By Omar Kelly
    South Florida Sun-Sentinel
    June 8, 2006

    The Hurricanes are on the verge of losing their third quarterback commitment in two years, but this time it's to another sport.

    Arkansas dual-threat quarterback Daniel Stegall, who also was a standout pitcher and outfielder for Greenwood High, was drafted in the seventh round (214th overall) by the New York Mets and will likely sign a pro contract with a bonus that exceeds $100,000, and includes money for college, but prevents him from playing college football.

    Stegall, who was the Mets' first position player taken, was unavailable for comment, but on Wednesday he told the Arkansas Democrat Gazette: "I haven't talked to [Miami ] yet, but if the bonus is what I expect it to be, I'm going."

    Stegall's exit would leave the Hurricanes with only two scholarship quarterbacks -- junior starter Kyle Wright and sophomore Kirby Freeman.

    Blogger most definitely blows, Mike.

    4:55 PM

     
    Anonymous DG said...

    The Ledge

    Milledge is having what I like to call a Mike Jacobs Moment. The only difference is that the Mets don't have a spot that sorely needs filling (all sexual entendres are granted) at this point. If Omar was to decide to try to trade Nady once he returns, he effectively messes with next season, and I think Nady has proven his trade may have been a brilliant Omar masterstroke ... as long as Willie doesn't keep sitting him to get Endy Chavez some playing time.

    It would be shortsighted to trade Floyd, even if there is a market out there. It could potentially cause big trouble in the clubhouse, and yet everything Milledge has done in this very small sample period seems to argue that he's ready for the show. Quite a conundrum. You cannot sit him, and it would be counter-productive to sit Nady & wait till next year.

    I think the Mets have a big decision on their hands. Basically, does sending Milledge back to Norfolk create a shut up and suck up moment or a Victor Diaz moment. If he continues to put up the numbers he has so far there is going to be a big debate in the Mets organization.

    Here's Jayson Stark (whose rumors column is sorely missed in the new conventional media fake blog era):

    cd (nyc): Its been a week or so since Milledge has been up, what's your impression of him? If you were Minaya, do keep him or go after a Willis, Schmidt or Zito?

    Jayson Stark: I can't see any scenario in which Omar Minaya trades Lastings Milledge. He's the kind of guy you build around, not trade away. The Mets will add pitching, but I see zero chance it will be any of the guys you named. The Giants aren't shopping Schmidt, period. And the Mets don't match up with Florida or Oakland _ and it's possible neither Willis nor Zito will get traded anyway.

    5:07 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Benny, targetting the suppliers is hard. Just look at any illegal drug. None of it is all that hard to get. What your asking is impossible. No matter how many people you arrest, they will find it from someone.

    It is in every sport, but who knows. Baseball is in the spotlight. I've seen some of that defensive lineman. It is not humanly possible to be that jacked and that big.

    A crack head who makes $20,000,000 a year. He's my idol.

    I like the first two and anyone named after a city is good in my book. The last guy we'll take because Condor (slightly different) posts here.

    Anon...I read that. That is good shit.

    I know. I've considered moving that this might seal it. Maybe I'll just blog at Metsgeek, but I don't want to be too big with too many people viewing this thing. Too many nutty comments going around. I like it small with the regulars I have now. That is my only problem. I might just move off of blogger and keep my seperate. I need to give it thought.

    5:07 PM

     
    Blogger Toasty Joe said...

    Yes, Blogger is torture today. Any thoughts on the 'Zona series? You just KNOW Julio is going to mow us down - so why can't THEIR former guy (Duque) do the same thing to them for a change? Doesn't usually work that way in Metville.

    5:07 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Good stuff DG...I don't want to mess with Nady next year on the team. I want to spend all money on pitching and leave the lineup as is. Moving Nady necssitates more money being spent on the position players and Nady is cheap and young. I would hate to mess with the possibility of all THREE outfielders under 30 next opening day and three of the four infielders with A Hern there. Just let that sink in. (Beltran going to be 30 on April 24th).

    Nice stuff from Stark.

    Like I wrote there the other day, if nothing else, the Mets know that Milledge can perform and pull a Kotchman when he is needed. There will be a sense of knowing what could have been an unknown. He gets his feet wet and next year will feel relaxed. Nady did nothing to lose his job, I think that sends a worse message. With Cliffy a year older, chances are he comes back up again.

    5:12 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    My thoughts? 3 of 4. TAKE THAT TO THE BANK TOO!

    5:13 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Benny, targetting the suppliers is hard. Just look at any illegal drug. None of it is all that hard to get. What your asking is impossible. No matter how many people you arrest, they will find it from someone.

    It is in every sport, but who knows. Baseball is in the spotlight. I've seen some of that defensive lineman. It is not humanly possible to be that jacked and that big.

    A crack head who makes $20,000,000 a year. He's my idol.

    I like the first two and anyone named after a city is good in my book. The last guy we'll take because Condor (slightly different) posts here.

    Anon...I read that. That is good shit.

    I know. I've considered moving that this might seal it. Maybe I'll just blog at Metsgeek, but I don't want to be too big with too many people viewing this thing. Too many nutty comments going around. I like it small with the regulars I have now. That is my only problem. I might just move off of blogger and keep my seperate. I need to give it thought.

    5:14 PM

     
    Anonymous Hobnominous said...

    Hey man, Metsgeek is good but the comments section printed could wall paper my john. Course there'd be a lot of dumb shit to read. I say you go big and overtake metsblog. Only kidding. Just get off Blogger. And post sufi girl again one of these days!...

    5:14 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Thanks man...I am shying away from full integration to keep small. If anything I'll looking into hopping off blogger but keep it seperate. We'll see. I have no time as is, the last thing I need to do is this crap.

    5:17 PM

     
    Anonymous dg's draft and burn said...

    In total agreement, Mike. All money goes to pithing, even if it means losing our number one pick again next year.

    Course, we are quite possibly only looking for one starter, the dreaded #3 (insert BZ here - I wasn't convinced but am now convinced as a FA, please!), with Pelfrey and Soler holding the last two spots. And it goes without saying that a good set up man could improve the rotation without spending as much money by freeing Aaron Heilman! Even with a ring, he's still going to ask to be traded this winter. Let the kid put up or shut up.

    The Ledge is this year's insurance policy towards injuries. Vic Diaz is trade bait. Honestly, I still think he has some value. Everyone knows he has potential and is handling his demotion very badly. There are teams that would do well to start (or DH) him, and I'd gladly take Grudzy from one of them. I'm still hoping they go with in house candidate #4 once Valentin returns to earth. Free Mr. Keppinger!!

    As for Heath Bell: he's kind of like a third world stock market, shares go down as quickly as they go up...

    5:26 PM

     
    Blogger Count Choculitis said...

    I love Floyd; he's a solid dude. But if the Mets can get an established starter for him (not sure they can; although I heard a rumor the Tigers might be interested and they have loads of pitching) they might have to make that trade. The Mets are thinking World Series this year. Given the state of the National League, they'd be crazy not to. But they're going to need another pitcher to get there. If Floyd is the casualty, then that may be how it goes. If Milledge continues to play as he's been playing (a big "if") an outfield of Milledge, Beltran and Nady could get it done.

    5:43 PM

     
    Anonymous beny said...

    Lets not get crazy now. I love Milledge and have had my eyes on him since draft day but send him down when Nady comes back.
    And I don't like the idea of trading Floyd. We have a good offense but i would just prefer it with Floyd in it.

    Keep Floyd, keep Nady.
    Lastings Milledge starting in 2007.

    7:17 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Holy shit. DG, I wrote a million word essay in response to you and blogger ate it. Mostly agreed with you with some caveats.... I hate blogger. A lot. Too much to write again. I responded to Count and Benny too and it got eaten, but their's were shorter. I'm in agreance with both you you.

    10:15 PM

     
    Blogger Whitney said...

    Mike & Toasty, I didn't see any follow-up where Mike conceded to jinxing Glavine yesterday. (Perhaps Blogger flushed it.) I made mention of it in today's ramblings. Give yourself a little credit, Mike -- what you blog does have an effect on the games, and it's high time you accepted that.

    10:38 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Whitney, duly noted. I do control things. That being said, I predicted 3 of 4 this series and the Mets are on their way to do that. I don't want to go crazy here with make too many bold statements like I invented the question mark, but I do feel 3 of 4 like I felt Glavine was money in the back yesterday. It just so happened that the bank got dropped and it broke a little bit and had to get glued together.

    11:08 PM

     
    Anonymous jake said...

    mike DO NOT go to metsgeek or anywhere else "big" like metsblog. those sights comments section absolutely SUCK SACK. blogger should get it together eventually. patience. and in the meantime save your posts on your clipboard if they are lengthy.

    11:14 PM

     
    Blogger Condor Schmitt said...

    It seems that Blogger is doing alot of maintanance or the guys in charge are rubbing their rods a little too much! Damn blogger!

    11:19 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Jake, I'm not going anywhere, though I almost did it today because blogger pissed me off. With how horrible I am with grammar, all I would be getting over there would be people corrected me telling me I used 'affect' when I should have used 'effect'. Don't get me wrong, there are some great guys commenting over there that know their shit and are great to get into discussions with, but with the sheer numbers of posters you are going to get some that drive you nuts.

    I do save my posts 90% of the time before I submit because I know better...but shit still happens.

    Damn blogger indeed. They control a lot of valuable information like pictures of Brazilian volleyballs players arses....they need to get it together.

    11:27 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Jake, I'm not going anywhere, though I almost did it today because blogger pissed me off. With how horrible I am with grammar, all I would be getting over there would be people corrected me telling me I used 'affect' when I should have used 'effect'.

    Does anyone see the irony in that last sentence as I already fucked up?

    11:28 PM

     
    Blogger Condor Schmitt said...

    I dont dont see the wizard of flushing keeping Floyd long once he comes back. Why? Milledge is strong enough to take his position and Nady is ours cheap next season.

    Trade Floyd for a very good catching prospect then give that prospect to FLA with our best (non-Milledge) CF prospect and get D-Train.

    Zito is ours for cash in the offseason. Damn we wil have the best 4 man rotation in baseball history!

    Pedro
    Glavine
    Zito
    Willis
    Who Cares!!!

    11:29 PM

     
    Blogger mr. met said...

    Willis goes nowhere without two premium prospects or an UBER prospect. I want Willis too, but for them to give that type of young player to a division rival, the Mets would have to pay. Oh, how they would have to pay.

    Pedro
    Glavine
    Zito
    Pelfrey
    Soler/Main/Bannister

    I'm cool with that. Or as DG said, move Heilman to the rotation and pick up a set-up man...maybe Owens will show something this year?

    Pedro
    Glavine
    Zito
    Heilman
    Pelfrey

    Pretty fucking swell. Two lefties to boot!

    11:33 PM

     
    Anonymous DG said...

    DTrain is either going to the Diamondbacks, Angels, Dodgers or Detroit. They have the prospects to spare. Resolve yourselves now to that eventuality and you will sleep better. Maybe we'll get him when he hits free agency.

    Hope has to be that the Mets continue to fill their rotation with young pitchers. Pelfrey will undoubtedly make the team next year, and I am quite optimistic about Soler. I might consider switching him and Heilman, or even throwing all three of those guys and skipping a free agent pitcher next year, but I am increasingly intrigued by Zito now that he's shaken off his habitual early season cobwebs. I'd lose another first round pick if necessary, but the A's may be forced to decline arbitration in fear that he may accept it. I mean, Zito's been real comfy living in California. He will most likely forgoe signing with any team he is traded to unless that team does a Benson and goes over market value. I think he's genuinely interested in the Mets. But, we'll see. In any case the AL West is wide open and the A's are beginning to heat up.

    5:34 AM

     
    Anonymous DG said...

    PS. Pelfrey rocks at Binghamton and hoo hum Henry Owens strikes out two in the 9th! First AA win for Pelfrey, whose probably going to end up pitching some at Norfolk this summer if there's no spot for him in NY.

    5:38 AM

     
    Anonymous jake said...

    is schmidt a free agent? i can't remember and i'm too lazy to look it up. wouldn't he be better than zito?

    also, i was never interested in soriano, but I am now to say the least. can we get him?

    mike i did see that gramatical irony. but i was too busy laughing at your point of all the people so eager to point out the difference between to and too. don't they have grammar blogs for these folks? and what about that guy that came in here telling you how to use ponderous? dude, no offense if your reading this, but get a fucking life! i mean i know i am a tool for the amount of time i spend onlie, but jesus correcting people's grammar is taking it to (or too?) another level. that said, the problem with the comments on those big sites is more insidious -- the baseball comments are worthless unless you enjoy reading the same tired shit for 20 posts until you come to something original.

    8:13 AM

     
    Anonymous jake said...

    rumors are flying about pujols' trainer and hgh.

    the fountain of youth? sign me up. if there's nothing wrong with a little hormonic boost the fda needs to legalize the shit.

    8:14 AM

     
    Anonymous jake said...

    sugar pants is turning into preacher boy:


    "Being 21, being in the big leagues, being in the spotlight like that, he's going to make mistakes," Wright said. "And because he's doing it in New York, because he has all the hype surrounding him, he's going to be under the microscope. There's still going to be mistakes along the way that he has to learn from and obviously [Sunday's episode] is not something you're supposed to do.

    "It's OK to be happy. It's OK to play with energy. It's OK to smile. It's OK to have a good time. But make sure you do it in a way that doesn't show up the other team. There's a fine line you don't want to cross."

    10:11 AM

     
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