I can’t stay quiet about this.
On Sunday Night Baseball, on national TV, I just watched the Mets finish off a sweep of the Nationals team that was picked by everyone in the world to run away with the NL East this season.
Everyone in the world was wrong.
Washington may end up winning the division, but, as of now, the Mets are tied with them atop it, and they’re not going away without a fight.
I was eight years old the last time the Mets were relevant, way back in 2008. Since then, all I’ve gotten to see has been season after season of win totals in the 70s and empty seats in Citi Field.
But that’s over now.
Sure, more fans are coming to the games, but you can figure that out from ticket sales. More important is that, for the first time in years, us fans are emotionally…
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