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The 2013 Mets: Good investments on the field, bad investments off of it?
Johan Santana has probably pitched his last game for the Mets.
Interfering with once-in-a-lifetime sporting moments and hugging athletes is costly!
He "cooled his cleats in a Queens cell awaiting arraignment yesterday" while "his son, Marco, was celebrating his first birthday."
After 8,019 games and 134 pitches, Johan Santana pitched the first no hitter in Mets history last night—shock and elation has followed throughout the city from current players, fans, former players, and long-suffering Mets addicts.
A man, wearing a Gary Carter "8" jersey and a pair of jean shorts (jorts), joined the ecstatic players for a few brief moments until being tackled by stadium security.
Tonight, Johan Santana pitched the first no-hitter in the Mets' 50-year history in a 8-0 win over the Cardinals.
A Mets season ticket holder shared his thoughts on yesterday's home opener, which saw the Mets with a perfect record of 1-0, with us to dispel—or confirm—some rumors.
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