Cone looked great tonight! He was fooling the hitters, got out of a Mo Vaughn error created jam, and the only hits were by the opposing pitcher. Certainly nice to see out of your #5 starter and a nostalgic fan favorite!
"Thanks to 40-year-old pitcher David Cone, they have surpassed the Yankees as the oldest team in baseball. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the Mets average 31.72 years. The Yankees are at 31.66."
Good God. I hope that Huber, Reyes, and Kazmir are on their way.
I believe aol's security measures occasionally automatically log its users out of all sorts of applications, including this forum; we've looked into this, and there doesn't seem to be much we can do on our end except apologize for the inconvenience. I guess every provider has to find some sort of balance between security and hassle-free use, and aol chose this route; hope it's not too annoying...
Absolutely Adequate wrote:I wasn't complaining so much as wondering. I have been waiting to be able to afford a cable connection so I could get rid of AOL. So it won't be bothering me much longer. Thanks. Hank
I used to have AOL and had that same problem. Switched to cable about a year ago and it is not a problem anymore.
There will come a day when Barry Bonds leaves baseball, and everything about the game will be the better for it.
MookieNJ wrote:Cone looked great tonight! He was fooling the hitters, got out of a Mo Vaughn error created jam, and the only hits were by the opposing pitcher. Certainly nice to see out of your #5 starter and a nostalgic fan favorite!
Both of these players are no longer Mets. David Cone retired last year due to his age. And I don't think Mo Vaughn will be back either due to injury to his hip or was it his leg...I don't know anymore, but I do know that he won' be back!