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He referred specifically to the team’s visit — that Beltran missed — to pay tribute to wounded veterans at Walter Reed Army Medical Center during a 2010 series in Washington,
"the organization that signed you for seven years..."
for $119 million
difficulty understanding the meaning of "voluntary."
Carlos has every right to be bitter. He was great as a Met, but Mets fans treated him like ####, and he was scapegoated by an ownership group who's incompetence is outpaced only by their arrogance. I say this as a Mets fan of 40+ years.
Insert 2007 (sic) strikeout with bat on shoulder joke....
Oakland? What Bob gives to the Bay Area, he also takes away.
Bobby Valentine would also like to point out that Beltran wasn't down at Ground Zero after 9/11 either!
My own opinion is that it was at least partly about Beltran, who was a major league pitcher capable of hitting a curveball, even if it was certainly mostly - perhaps almost entirely - about Wainwright.
Yankee fans are more knowledgeable and appreciative then Met fans?
The pitch was filthy. Re-watch it. It's at eye level and then dives through the bottom of the strike zone
IIRC, no one was hitting Wainwright's curveball that post-season.
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