Weak 1 in Review

What a dreary opening homestand this turned into. And that was while we got adequate starts from the buttend of the rotation and solid work from a bullpen rumored to have sucked. No, it was the offense that couldn’t get unstuck: there are too many outmakers.

The unfairly beleaguered bullpen in the meantime today debuted a new lefty, Raul Valdes, who contributed two scoreless innings today wearing No. 22. No, it wasn’t Al Leiter.

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One comment

  1. Jon Springer says:

    Submitted by keith (not verified) on Sun, 04/11/2010 – 6:35pm.
    I was hoping Ike Davis was going to get #22 , #21 would be better but that’s taken already


    Submitted by gored82 on Sun, 04/11/2010 – 9:43pm.
    Better to wait until he’s called up before worrying about his number…

    Raul Valdes 883

    Submitted by Gordon Handler (not verified) on Mon, 04/12/2010 – 2:38pm.
    You’re math is slightly off. The 8 new Mets from the opening day roster are numbers 875-882 on the all time roster. That makes Raul Valdes 883. Will we hit 900 this year? Maybe by the all-star break.

    If we hit 900 this year,

    Submitted by Lola at Briefgold (not verified) on Tue, 04/13/2010 – 2:27am.
    If we hit 900 this year, well…it will make my year!

    I’m totally agree with Davis

    Submitted by Ryan50 (not verified) on Wed, 04/14/2010 – 2:03pm.
    I’m totally agree with Davis …

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