I went to that Friday night game against Miami and tried the filet mignon sandwich. Pretty impressive but the line was 20min long. Also, did you see the Daily News is reporting we might trade D'Arnaud and Wheeler for Stanton? And to think, I was just praising them for cashing in on weenieey and Beltran's success at the right time in very un-Mets fashion
I completely left out the main reason I responded to you earlier (d'oh!)...the7line.com has fantastic shirts, check it out.
I was at the game on Friday also, but I also didn't get into the game until the 3rd inning.
That story is 100% rumor, the NYDN is blowing up a non-story (as usual). A reporter posed a hypothetical and the response was the talks would have to start with d'Arnaud and Wheeler for Stanton. No. F*cking. Thank. You.
1) I just saw the D!ckey filter... lulz 2) that site is pretty clutch 3) I'd like to see us actually hang on to some prospects. Especially battery mates who could come up together. Don't the Mets realize how successful they've been when they actually DEVELOP players from the farm system? They just usually trade them away :/
Post by Alberto Balsalm on Apr 11, 2013 11:31:02 GMT -5
OK here's my list:
1. AT&T Park (Just perfect. Right by the water, beautiful stadium, cool-ass brick right field wall, the glove in left field. Just a great place to see a ballgame) 2. PNC Park (Sh*tty team on the field but fantastic facility. Everything there is so nice and great food. Usually go to at least 1 game here every summer) 3. Fenway Park (There's no park that I've been to be that I want to go back to more than Fenway. Just legendary. The atmosphere is fantastic and looking at the monster is so cool) 4. Wrigley Stadium (Same as above, just a great atmosphere. Been to Wrigley close to 10 times and love it every time. Catching BP on Waveland Ave is an awesome experience too) 5. Progressive Field (Homer pick. My home away from home) 6. Miller Park (Really cool stadium. Slide is awesome [I'm a sucker for unique structures in ballparks] and great beer selection) 7. Minute Maid Park (Was Enron when I went. Loved it, again the train and hill make it cool and unique and Houston is just a great city) 8. Coors Field (Just a beautiful stadium and what's even better is how beautiful the background is. Can see the mountains from almost every seat. 9. Old Yankee Stadium (Was kind of run-down when I went but knowing all the incredible baseball history that occurred there made it a cool experience) 10. Camden Yards 11. Great American Ballpark 12. Comerica Park 13. Citizens Bank Park 14. Tiger Stadium (Went the year they tore it down. I was pretty young but it definitely had that same Fenway/Wrigley atmosphere where you could just feel the history at the stadium) 15. Rogers Centre 16. O.co Coliseum 17. U.S. Cellular Field 18. Municipal Stadium (Old Cleveland stadium. First game I ever went too, so I'm too young to remember it but this is what started it all) 19. Cinergy Field (Old Cinci stadium. Pretty young here too, don't really remember it) 20. Three Rivers Stadium (Again, young. But young enough to remember it wasn't very nice)
Also I'm pretty sure I'll be going to SF in early August for the Brewers series. Anticipating it being top two already. I also want to hit up one of Cincinnati/Detroit/Minnesota this summer since they're all within relatively short driving distance.
A guy in such high demand that no one signed him to be a cheap starter and he meekly rejoined the Nats on a minor league deal after making a bunch of voodoo hair dolls of Dan Haren and dropping them off the roof of his house.
Gee will be fine, Wheeler will be called up and Marcum is about to come back.