I woke up to At Bat informing me of another Mets loss. After an almost four-hour rain delay, I ended up turning off my tv shortly after the game finally started. I imagine most others did too… so if nobody saw it, does this latest loss really count?
Today is the much-hyped debut of rookie pitcher Zack Wheeler, following Matt Harvey‘s afternoon performance in a day-night doubleheader. (Weather permitting, of course)
Let’s hope they have better luck.
3 thoughts on “If no one was awake to see it, did it really happen?”
I watched through the bottom of the 5th inning. At least Gee looked good out there. The pitching may be slowly rounding into form, but good God, that offense….
Oh, it happened. I watched it. There was some discussion on Twitter of whether Gee should pitch the ninth, and I was totally for it. Even with what happened, I still am. But I also expected it to turn out the way it did. When I saw Heyward, Upton and Freeman due up in the ninth, I knew it probably wouldn’t end well…
I actually support Terry Collins sticking with a starter for a change, even if it didn’t work out. And it looks like the Mets got their revenge in today’s scheduled games.
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