Thursday, July 23, 2009

Head To Citi Field and see a winning Mets ballcub.

I've seen the Mets play three times this season (twice at Citi and once in D.C), and the Mets are 0-3 in those games.  If you want to be guaranteed to see a winning Mets team this season, head to Citi Field on Saturday, August 22, when the 1969 Mets will make an appearance.  Tom Seaver will be there, so if you're watching the game at home I am sure can tune in to the TV broadcast at some point to hear about his winery.  But I'm excited to hear about Nolan Ryan's planned appearance.  As everyone knows, the Mets franchise is bitten by the Nolan Ryan curse.  In 1971 they traded a young Nolan Ryan, for Jim Fregosi.   Nolan would go on to pitch seven no-hitters across his major league career (which lasted a mind boggling 27 seasons).  And of course, the Mets as a franchise have never had a pitcher throw a no-hitter.  Thus, the Nolan Ryan curse.  Can the Mets Reverse The Curse by inviting their 1969 star to Citi Field?  Wait and see, wait and see...

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