Angel’s in the Outfield

16This team already has that quality of looking terrific when it wins and ghastly when it loses, which I guess is a good sign because it indicates an expectation of victory accompanies us most nights, and so managing my own moods as they proceed through a long season is going to be challenging at times.

What I like about this team however has been on display this weekend in San Francisco, where a guy who replaced Marlon Anderson on the bench can sub in, legitimately, at cleanup, while the choice of which guy to back up at first base or at short in a pinch isn’t an automatic crippling. And where a rookie can go from capably filling in for Sean Green to capably replacing JJ Putz on consecutive nights. They’re still a little too sloppy for my liking but what’s not to like about beating up on Tim Lincecum, Randy Johnson and Brian Wilson: No slouches there.

As you probably noticed they’ve done it without Carlos Delgado who’s going to be out for a long stretch, probably. They finally got around to disabling him today only to call the forgotten man, Angel Pagan, who last played for the Mets more than a year ago, and on Saturday was still wearing No. 16.

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One comment

  1. Jon Springer says:

    Submitted by Dave Hultman (not verified) on Mon, 06/08/2009 – 9:16pm.
    Didnt Jose wear number 28 in his rookie year? His rookie card shows him wearing 28?

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