Sunday, March 22, 2009

Transplanted ex-Mets who Should Keep Their Mouth Shut

If you read Newsday today you saw some ex-Mets with opinions.  Opinions I'd rather them keep to themselves.
First, Gary Carter says A-Rod should be forgiven for his transgressions since he's come clean about them.  Please.  A-Rod's "apology" was so weak, so full of balogna... as Dwight Schrute would say, "Apology Rejected."
Tom Glavine says Pedro Martinez needs "to be mindful what the market is, what you can realistically get" and then pats himself on the back for taking less money to pitch in Atlanta.  OK, buddy.  This from a guy who took more money from the Mets even though everyone knew he'd rather pitch in Georgia.  Hey Tom, get off your high horse and go take a taxi, OK?

1 comment:

Mets Guy in Michigan said...

Tom Glavine, as we learned, is best admired when his mouth is shut and his inner-Brave remains hidden.