Minaya looks on the bright side
"The bullpen pitched good. Good to see the bullpen pitch good."
Slow start? Last place? A reason to panic? Just fuhgeddaboudit.
New York Mets general manager Omar Minaya and the rest of the boys surely want to remain positive despite dropping two out of three to the Florida Marlins and Washington Nationals in the season's first week. "We would have liked to start better than we started, but we played some good games and came back in a game," Minaya told ESPNdeportes.com on Sunday night, while standing outside the walkway that leads to the locker room ...
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