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Microcosm Of Mets 2020 Season

Forget everything which happened with Luis Rojas sticking with Seth Lugo for too long. Forget the Mets going 1-for-11 with RISP. Put all of that aside.

Mets are down 3-2 with two outs in the top of the ninth. Blue Jays closer Rafael Dolis struck out Amed Rosario, but the ball got away from Alejandro Kirk allowing Rosario to reach first without a throw.

Dolis was wild, and Jeff McNeil, arguably the Mets hottest hitter, was at the plate. Dolis’ first pitch was in the dirt, but Rosario didn’t take his chance to challenge Kirk by taking off for second.

Next thing you know, Dolis threw over to first. The umpire initially called Rosario safe, but upon video review, it was overturned.

Rosario was out, and the game was over.

The team went from getting a gift allowing Rosario to reach to watching him excusably get picked off. That marred an otherwise good day at the plate with him going 3-for-4 with a double.

That’s what it’s like watching the Mets this year. We keep telling ourselves they’re still in it only for something completely stupid to come along and end the game.

That’s just the perfect way to end the game. It’s been better way to describe the Wilpon ownership of the team.

One thought on “Microcosm Of Mets 2020 Season”

  1. John From Albany says:

    Mets Daddy – you nailed it. “That’s what it’s like watching the Mets this year. We keep telling ourselves they’re still in it only for something completely stupid to come along and end the game.” Perfect.

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