The Blog is Working!!!
Kazmir is 1-2
His ERA has gone up over one point. From 2.391 to 3.592
That's all i have to say. But if we keep the blog up he could be sent down to triple A by August
Two years ago, the New York Mets traded young flamethrower Scott Kazmir for the injured, underwhelming Victor Zambrano. It was a mistake of historic proportions. These two Mets fans can’t get over it. Allow them to complain.
While fans and media were focused on these two miserable items, Kazmir goes out and throws seven innings of scoreless ball, giving up only three hits and one walk - while striking out nine. Subtle reminder of how our rotation would be in the complete opposite of trouble if he were in it instead of Zambrano.
Then we have yesterday...every Met fan spent the day looking like they had been tricked into eating a tofu burger at a barbecue thanks to Billy Wagner's inability to pitch, Willie Randolph's inability to judge his players, and Rick Peterson's inability to do just about everything. It was one of the worst days to be a Mets fan. I don't feel that is being overstating. The worst Jerry. The worst! The day was so painful not only because of the Saturday afternoon fiasco, but also because the team didn't play until the next night. There was no new game to take your mind off the old loss. We were forced to stew in our anger and disappointment for 28 hours.
And what does Scotty KKKKKKKKKKK (yeah, that's right 11!) do to help us with our pain? He does this. I'm beginning to think he not only hates the Mets organization for trading, but that he hates all Met fans too. As if he needs to torture us with his greatness to prove a point.
"The kid's (Kazmir) got great stuff and you can see that when he got the lead, he even turned it up a notch," Marlins manager Joe Girardi said. "To me, that's the mark of an ace."