Put it in the Books!

Just a note to say thanks for keeping me up-to-date while I was away, the roster changes have been noted and they sure seem to be working. At the risk of getting in the way of this little roll we’ve got going on here tonight’s game was about as inspiring a win as I can remember for the Mets in a few years at least and even though it’s very early, it’s great to see they have this in them.

For the record I’ve got Justin Turner in No. 2; and the Jasons: Pridie in 20 and Bay in 44: not to mention Isringhausen in 45. Brad Emaus who looked for a moment like he might have been Dan Uggla but instead played like Dan Ugly, gives up No. 4, while Angel Pagan and Bobby Parnell look to heal physically.

Dan Murphy?! My god.

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One comment

  1. Jon Springer says:

    Submitted by gored82 on Thu, 04/28/2011 – 8:39am.
    Murph must be channeling John Milner – or maybe the spirit of Amos Otis!

    Ronny Paulino debuted in #9

    Submitted by Ranjrz5 on Sat, 04/30/2011 – 4:25pm.
    Ronny Paulino debuted in #9 last night.

    O’Connor’s number

    Submitted by Matt B on Wed, 05/04/2011 – 4:30pm.
    Mike O’Connor is listed as wearing #50—Beato to the DL.

    Uni names

    Submitted by Dave Mackey (not verified) on Fri, 05/06/2011 – 7:00am.
    It’s interesting that the Mets currently have both the longest and shortest uni names in their history on their current roster: Hu, 2 letters, Isringhausen, 12 letters. Is there anyone in the majors currently sporting a longer name on their back?


    Submitted by gored82 on Fri, 05/06/2011 – 9:29am.
    The Red Sox have Jarrod Saltalamacchia – 14 letters.

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