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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Mets 7 - Rockies 5

Mets bounce back strong with hot sticks to beat the Rockies 7-5. The Blob wants to enjoy the win and the rest of Saturday night with a Happy Nightcap, and keep this brief. The Mets have done it at the plate in the first 2 games in Colorado putting up 16 runs. The Mets face the 206 year old lefty Jamie Moyerthuselah in the rubber match while the Mets have Santana on the hill. The Blob likes out chances since our lefty is under 40 and sees Wright having another hot day off of Moyerthuselah. Goooooood Nightall! Let's Go Mets!

Mile High Fiasco Club

Smell The Mountain Air

Rockies 18 - Mets 9

If you had the pleasure to be in Colorado last night and inhaled deeply, the unmistakeable stench of Flushing Bay flooded your senses. The Mets were in town and the altitude only made it easier for the team to shove their collective head further up their collective ass.

During the game, the Mets completed a feat never before seen on any level of organized ball: The Bi-Polar-Cycle: On the upside, Scott Hairston hit a single, double, triple and homer. On the downside, the Mets committed FOUR throwing errors in one inning. Are you kidding me? What happened to the heads up fundamental ball Terry Collins promised? Hey, Terry...Mets Blob does not care if Ike Davis came down with a case of Mountain Fever when the plane touched down. He has to be in the field for his defense. The guy you started does not PLAY THE POSITION. If Terry gets credit for the gritty, fundamentally sound Mets play, he has to take blame when his team plays like garbage.

Here are the highlights in case you missed them.

Mets vs. Rockies video from a year ago or tonight, what's the difference?

Let's hope the Mets can bounce back from getting F'd in the eye socket in last night's mile high fiasco club. In Denver they'll tell you Rocky Oysters are yummy. The Blob however simply does not eat balls. Maybe it's homophobic or just out of simple respect to the bull and it's jizz bag, but the Blob don't dig on balls. You can give them cute names like prairie oysters, Montana tendergroins, cowboy caviar, swinging beef, and calf fires and in the West they are considered a true delicacy. But in NY, they are balls. And New Yorker's know once you start chowing on balls...a slippery slope has begun and before you know it you'll be going down on Deep Fried Donkey Dick.