LET’S go PELFrey!!!!!

Sunday was the most excited I’ve seen the crowd at Shea since opening day. I tried to capture even a piece of it.
This account of Pelfrey’s reaction to his first curtain call? Warms the heart.

9 in a row!! This has been–statistically–one of the best streaks in Mets franchise history.
Dear All-Star break: Don’t screw it up!!

If I seem scarce in the next couple of days, it’s because I’m working on an awesome new venture…a surprise you will surely enjoy…involving some of our local favorites…Stay tuned!

For now, let’s Go D-Wright! And Wags! And the National League!

I’ll be watching the game with a Red Sox fan who usually roots for the Mets. Not this time! What do we think are our chances of pulling off the first All-Star win in 11 years? Help a National League fan out, players, mmmkay?



  1. ceetar

    I think the All-Star Break comes at a good time. It comes with the Mets holding destiny in their own hands, the the ability for them to sit on this confidence for 3 more days and go into Thursday with thoughts only of October, and not last September or this April/May/June.

    I think the National League will pull it off. Remember we got close the last two years..damn Trevor. I’m not sure if I’d rather see the AL get shelled, or David Wright hit a pinch-hit walk-off grand slam off of Mariano. Who am I kidding? Obviously the second.

    -Optimistic Mets Fan

  2. drtmuir@earthlink.net

    Very mixed experience watching the Home Run Derby yesterday– there was the knowledge that I was seeing something absolutely extraordinary, in Josh Hamilton blasting 28 shots out of the park in the first round. At the same time, I should just remember that whenever I am really longing for a concentrated shot of inane drivel, I don’t have to go any firther than an ESPN baseball broadcast.

    Did you see Matt Yalof’s interview with our Mets All Stars yesterday? Silly uniforms– like they were in their jammies!

  3. sjwilliams1978@yahoo.com

    Thank you for posting the Let’s Go Pelfrey video, I’ve been looking all over the net for it. The crowd’s erruption when D. Wright caught the final out of the 8th inning was also great and gave me the chills. It’s great to see one of our home-grown guys grow up before our eyes. First place tie, 10 in a row and counting. LET’S GO METS!!!

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