It makes perfect sense, I mean the Mets had a full "Not Top 10" of all their blunders on ESPN last year...and that only was at the All-Star Break. Dropping fly balls, base running mistakes, and not knowing what to do in certain situations were only a few of the several issues that contributed to last years poor play. But during this past home stand it wasn't the Mets making bone head plays, it was their opponents, and most importantly New York took advantage of the mistakes. Perhaps all the injuries to the team did contribute heavily to the poor play. There was no consistency with the lineup as players were being shuffled in and out of positions; it got to the point where I'm sure David Wright didn't even know who he was throwing to at first base. With Reyes back and the promotion of Ike Davis, the Mets finally have an everyday infield with players at their natural born positions. If they keep putting out this same lineup everyday, who knows...maybe the Mets are for real.
Marlin Maniac profiles left handed reliever Renyel Pintos 5 year tenure with Florida and comes to a "shocking" conclusion.
These days, it is rare that a reliever sticks with one team for at least a five year time period, but that is exactly what Pinto has done. His arm "sweeps" through in his delivery making it