HOTSTOVE! Upholding a Mets Tradition
Shocked, I was. On-the-job training contributes to our athletes' professional growth by helping them to learn an exciting new trade in front of millions--now that's a Mets tradition! "How can this proud mission be forgotten?" I thought.
Have the Mets brass already forgotten the spectacular results of ...
moving Jose Reyes to Second,
moving Mike Piazza to firstbase,
putting Mike Kameron in rightfield,
or best of all, putting Victor Zambrano on the pitcher's mound?
Panicked, and with the gravitas that comes from full knowledge of my importance and influence in the Mets blogosphere, I did some research and found a certain picture, and with that picture, put together a plan to save the Mets off-season, and stop this train before it wrecks.
That's right, faithful readers, Delgado has MAD crouching skills, battle tested in the minor leagues. And I hear he calls a great game. So, in my estimation, that frees up a David Wright move to firstbase, allowing the Mets to install Victor Diaz as the everyday third baseman, and move Reyes to rightfield, his natural position. Acquire Joe McEwing at shortstop, and you've got momentum. Best of all, with my plan, the Mets will not have to give in to the Molina-Hernandez extortion racket.
Now that's a plan.