As a Lugo owner, I will shoot myself if this happens.
I can't see who anyone could say this is good for him. If the Mets have a better offense, it is only marginally so. It also moves him to pitcher's park and means he will be batting second instead of lead-off (fewer SBs) or god forbid at the bottom of the order.
As for Heilman, I think the Rays can get a better return for Lugo than maybe/maybe-not SP if they wait to deal him until after the Break.
stumpak wrote:As a Lugo owner, I will shoot myself if this happens.
I think you take things a little too seriously. lol.
But some good points. I hadn't realized that Shea stadium was a pitchers park. I've never kept track of stuff like that. Is there a list somewhere of which stadiums are hitters stadiums, and which are pitcher's, and which are pretty much neutral. About all I know is you don't want to let your pitcher pitch at Coors.