Carlos Torres gives up HR

Time Is A Factor

At least the Mets had the decency to lose on Tuesday in 2:42. Monday's loss took three days to complete. Never did I think witnessing Carlos Torres lose a start would be a pleasure to watch. But the Mets 3-1 loss, which would normally agitate me because the Mets once again can't score and preserve a very good pitching performance, seemed like being handed a gallon of water in the Sonoran Desert. Then again, Steve Trachsel injecting me with Valley Fever with his off hand would have been preferable to watching a Daisuke Matsuzaka start for the Mets (tapes of which have been sent to hell so Satan's minions could play it on a loop in the waiting room for orientation).

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About metstradamus

I've been a Mets fan since 1976. The 1988 NLCS still bothers me infinitely more than it should. I also write about hockey for Puck Drunk Love. I've also been referred to as "Mr. Testosterone", and "this clown". We'll always have 2015.

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