Leiter Fan wrote: blankman wrote: Leiter Fan wrote: Slugger2K4 wrote:
Pujols4MVP wrote:Kim was unhittable in the playoffs that year when the D-Back won the title.. except when he faced the Yankees.
haha...we killed him.
Yeah. Too bad you still lost the World Series.
Too bad you still missed the playoffs with one of the highest payrolls in the league
The difference is that Mets fans weren't cocky enough to proclaim that their high priced team had the World Series locked up on Opening Day. You guys were the ones who spent most of November pulling your feet out of your mouths when your closer folded as badly as Kim.
So now a bloop single and an error is equally bad as 3 HR's and 2 blown games?
Hey, you can't win them all, and the law of averages was bound to come into effect eventually. I certainly didn't have "my foot in my mouth" and have to admit, you win some, you lose some, but I guess with the Mets you do a lot more losing than you do winning
Mets fans said they were going to be awesome last year with Alomar, Burnitz etc and look what happened
A similar thing happened with Glavine, when I heard many Mets fans on WFAN talking up how this year would be different
Mets fans aren't cocky enough to proclaim their
high priced team was going to win it all. Why? Because their team isn't good enough. You have to have a good team to be cocky in the first place