The 2017 Mets Summed Up As Why The Hell Not

Since he was first called-up to the majors, Dominic Smith has been benched and pinch hit for against left-handed pitching. As a result, when Smith was allowed to face the left-handed Francisco Liriano and swing away 3-0, reporters rightfully ask about it. Collins answer was startling:

With rumors already swirling Collins won’t be back next year, it sure seems like he’s checked out. 

He’s that guy who gives his two we notice and shows up to work everyday in a Hawaiian shirt, cargo shorts, and flip flops. He takes two hour plus lunches, and leaves before 4:00. 

It’s why the top of his lineup is now locked in as Jose ReyesNori AokiAsdrubal Cabrera

He disagrees and really doesn’t know how long Amed Rosario has dealt with a finger issue. 

Brandon Nimmo won’t hit leadoff anymore. 
Odd and inconsistent use of his relievers will continue. 

Injured players will continue to play well after they shouldn’t. To that end, just wait for what we know is Wilmer Flores‘ imminent return. 

The marginalization of young players for underperforming to not performing vets will continue. 

Bad decision making will continue. 

Why will all this continue?  Why the hell not. 

4 thoughts on “The 2017 Mets Summed Up As Why The Hell Not”

  1. Julian says:

    This GIF from Futurama sums up the 2017 Mets season:

    #Cespedes #Conforto #Flores #Rosario

    1. metsdaddy says:

      That one works well too

  2. Saul's Colorist says:

    Is there really that much as stake until October?

    1. metsdaddy says:

      Yes, development time

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