Beltran came to the team as a much anticipated Superman, but we got more of Clark Kent than anything else.
Mets fans have to get out there and cheer this underdog team for no other reason than they are New Yorkers who are not Yankees' fans.
What is at stake here is not just selling off a piece of the pie, but the legacy of this franchise.
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.
My advice is to hire Ms. Stewart and let’s get on with it.
After this year and this loss, things will never be the same.
Make no mistake about it: the NY Mets will finally part ways with Omar Minaya and Jerry Manuel after Sunday's last game of the season.
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.