A blog dedicated to the New York Mets with some other baseball thrown in.

Thursday, May 10, 2007

I Cheered For The Yankees

Gentlemen (and Coop), I am still alive. I just got back from a wedding in Mexico that involved me getting slapped on the ass by a hot lesbian, lots of tequila, and faint memories of leaving this great country we all call America. All in all, it was a splendid time.

Last night, I sat three rows behind the Rangers dugout behind a person called the Yankee Super Fan and appeared on the jumbo-tron. Good times all around. The beer was flowing, I had a pulled pork sandwich, the Mets won while Armando Benitez took the loss, and I clapped as Hideki Matsui caught the last out. We shall never speak of that moment again.

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket">

Big deal...Roger is back. He posted a 4.60 ERA at age 36, 3.70 ERA at age 37, 3.51 ERA at age 38, 4.35 ERA at age 39, and a 3.91 ERA at age 40 in the American League East before moving to the National League and at 44 he is supposed to be the difference maker? A 4.50 ERA sounds about right as crazy as many think that may sound, but that's what I see. Of course he will help them out and would help most any team, but he's getting paid an incredible amount of money to not be an ace. Bring on Clemens....the Red Sox are still the team to beat in the AL East and the Mets are still the team to beat in the Majors.