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Mets blogger puts us in a NY state of mind

The last time the NY Mets were in town, the Colorado Rockies did something no team had done since 1956. They swept their second NY team of the regular season. The last team to do that? The Milwaukee Braves broomed both the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Giants 51 years earlier.

This season, both the Rockies and Mets come scuffling into this series. NY has dropped 4 straight and are in 4th in the NL East. The Rox have lost 2 straight at home and find themselves in 4th in the NL West (and need binoculars to see the first place D-backs).

We brought in Kingman from the Mets blog Loge13.com "The last days of Shea" to discuss the Mets as they come in for a weekend visit to the Mile High City. His blog covers all-things-Mets and even has a Shea Stadium Doomsday clock! (Too cool!) We discussed the troubles of both teams, Johann Santana hype, Carlos Beltran's smack-talk, Clint Hurdle's job security and how lovesick I've become for former-Met/former-Rock Kaz Matsui.......

Click here to read this post!

Eat. Drink. Be Merry. But the above FanPost does not necessarily reflect the attitudes, opinions, or views of Purple Row's staff (unless, of course, it's written by the staff [and even then, it still might not]).

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