We’ve had some good comments on several earlier posts. Are the Mets taking too big a risk? Omar Minaya’s contract extension. Moments you would have liked to have seen at Shea. And, Jerry Manuel commenting on just getting in.
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The Mets open their final homestand tonight at Shea against the Cubs. However, instead of nostalgia, the Mets are in a fight to get into the playoffs. It would have been nice had they wrapped up a playoff spot by now, but the bullpen made that impossible.
Perhaps some of you might enjoy your greatest Shea memory this week should they clinch a playoff spot.
How about the rest of you? What is your favorite memory of Shea Stadium, where many of you grew up?
Atlanta has never been nice to the Mets. The Braves are out of it again, but they are in position to make things rough for the boys. They have not mailed it in. Instead, they seem to be hanging around for the sole purpose of making things rough on the Mets.
They took two of three last week at Shea, so there better not be any sense of complacency. After Washington, you’d think there wouldn’t be any.
There have been a lot of games with the Braves that just gnaw at your memories. Which one still burns in your gut the most?
The Kenny Rogers game? You can have your choice of Armando Benitez meltdowns. Consider it therapy before the weekend. Which Braves games just stays with you.