... I forgot to tell y'all, or perhaps remind y'all is a better way of putting it, about what a bad job the Mets organization did this past Friday with regard to the "delayed rainout," as I'm calling it.
We all remember how bad the weather was that day, right? Right. So anyway, everybody and his or her brother figures the game's going to be called, only it ain't. So many ticketholders trek on out to Shea, pay for gas and parking, visit the concessions, and otherwise patronize the Mets organization.
And there I am, sitting at home, and I turn on the pregame show on SNY. And Matt Yallof, and maybe even Gary Cohen, start talking about how there will be baseball that evening, and how there's a "window" in the otherwise disgustingly awful weather expected briefly at around 7 pm.
Now, it's been raining all day, the field's a mess, and unless that window is as wide as the Grand Canyon, I'm sitting there shaking my head and wondering why the Mets let this fiasco go on as long as they did.
Please don't tell me they're THAT greedy, or that stupid.
That is all.