The team gave up on both Castillo and Perez, exorcising at least some of the ghosts left behind by former GM Omar Minaya.
I picture Luis Castillo during this spring training as a guy with a bucket on the Titanic.
the Mets seem finally willing and able to part ways with two of the worst acquisitions since Bobby Bonilla: pitcher Oliver Perez and second baseman Luis Castillo.
Wouldn't it be worth it just to see the Donald sitting across the table from Luis Castillo and Oliver Perez saying, "You're fired!"
In the eternal sunshine of spring, anything is possible, even for Mets fans.
NY Mets fans like myself are sick and tired of an organization treating us with less respect than the late comedian Rodney Dangerfield ever got.
It is apparent that K-Rod now becomes K-Dud; he is gone and will not likely pitch for the Mets ever again.
It is absolutely necessary for the Mets to bench Carlos Beltran, and it needs to be done starting tomorrow in the game against the Colorado Rockies.
Overall, Sunday was a good day for the Mets in more ways than one.