I am going to kick him in the head. I AM REALLY GOING TO KICK HIM IN THE HEAD!
I really want to know the answer to this question. Should I kick John Maine now, or should I wait until a later date? You tell me what you think I should do. I’m ready to kick him now.
In case you have not heard, Maine was clobbered yesterday. Here’s what he had to say about the whole thing:
My mechanics felt fine. I just wasn’t kind of that into it. It wasn’t good. It’s just I wasn’t all that prepared. The feeling that it’s not my game is the hardest thing. It’s a waste of a day.
Seriously? Because it was not your game you just gave it up? Boy you better figure yourself out or you will be the one on the trading block courtesy of yours truly.
Johan Santana was the scheduled pitcher to start. He did. He was his usual Johan self. Maine came in, and the Mets never had a chance because he gave up five runs. FIVE RUNS! Count them: one, two, three, four, FIVE!
If Maine knew he would be pitching, how is it that he comes to a ballpark not prepared? Is he really that stupid or is he just playing the role? I have to wonder which it is because he is doing an incredible job.
GIVE ME FIVE MINUTES IN A ROOM WITH HIM!!!
I am going to need someone to check my blood pressure now.
I am sick of John Maine’s excuses. It is always something with him. If he pitches badly, he cannot just take it. Maine, man up and just admit that you sucked that day. NO EXCUSES!
The Mets should consider that for a slogan: 2010 Mets – No Excuses!
Again I ask, should I kick him now or wait? I got the shoes ready.