Friday, September 16, 2011

Mount Terry Erupts!


They had this one coming to them. I'm sure some will have a problem with my assessment of DWright, but I think he's just a big baby. He really never turned out to be the leader this team needed. He says that Terry is wrong about folding. So then.. Bend down and  stop those balls being hit your way David! Get a hit instead of striking out or popping out with the bases loaded. That's your job not Terry's.
All we need is 11 more wins for a .500 record. Let's do this!

7 comments:

  1. I totally agree. David has to get losing out of his head. He is a great player that has played for a lousy team for his whole career and it has given him a losing attitude. Terry is trying to instill a winning mentality and David needs to get on the bandwagon. If he is going to be a leader, he can't just say the right things, he has to lead on the field. Frankly I think David is too nice a guy to be a true leader. You need someone with a bit of an edge to them to lead. I love David and hope he gets it together. The Mets should look to another player to be a leader on the team.

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  2. I agree. If anyone has been paying attention this season...the most consistent and professional player that gives his all every game with no excuses when he fails or when the team fails him is R.A. Dickey!

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  3. Was going to leave my own comment, but after reading the 2 above I will simply concur with their excellent assessments.

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  4. Is it still baseball season? I've stopped following this team for the year. Another forgettable summer in Flushing Meadows

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  5. The 2006 Mets should have won the World Series, but they were not a lousy team. Of course it's a herculean task to put aside the collapses of 2007-2008, but those were not lousy teams, either. And 2009-2011 have been full of injuries that have decimated the team. But I thought this was an exciting season (and it still can be if guys like Wright can pull their heads out of their ass*s). There was a lot to cheer at some points when by all rights there should have been nothing to cheer. Considering all the injuries and drama, if they can make it to .500, that would be a feat to cheer loudly.

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  6. I'd add that Collins has been great and after a shaky start, so has Dickey. He's the new Santana when it comes to run support.

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  7. I agree Rob! just get us to .500! Don't tarnish a season that was actually exciting to watch!

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