mpharris36 wrote:Mecca wrote:mpharris36 wrote:
honestly don't tell me what "i think". Sandy was asked about when they are bringing up Rosario...do you know what his response was "can he pitch"????????????????????
just stop it
That's not how baseball works. You don't keep a dude in the minors because he doesn't fill your biggest weakness. The staff is in trouble yes, BUT Wheeler is back to being Wheeler... who if you remember was the original chosen one of Mets pitching prospects. PLUS Matz/Lugo will be back in 2 weeks. If Harvey gets himself together, there's no reason why the team can't compete for a WC still.
What the Mets can control is improving the offense and defense. Team is sluggish and lacks an energizer bunny. That's what Amed is. You immediately have a rangy SS. Trust me, as a Yankees fan, Didi has been a savior with his glove. Reyes and Asdrubal are in the back 18 of their career.
Even greater, who is your real leadoff hitter? Conforto? He's really a 3 hitter if you ask me. You need a table setter. Rosario can be what Lindor was with the Indians. I just dropped a crazy amount of FAAB $ on him in fantasy last night because I think it's all hogwash. He'll be up in the first week of June.
and I never argued that he wouldn't be up by June. You are making my point for me the mets aren't going to risk super 2 status with Rosario (just like almost every other team does). For a few weeks when another bat is not even the main concern at the moment.
The GM and assistant GM said as much so I don't know why we have to keep arguing about something that won't be even revisited until a few more weeks.
Rosario wasn't the reason robles was giving up moon shots in the 8th inning. You watch the games so you know what im talking about.
You were clearly debating that Rosario won't help the team mp...