Found October 04, 2012 on Metstradamus:
Well kids, that's a wrap. We've had our last pitch, our last swing, our last questionable pitching change, our last blown save, our last grounder to the right side, our last check in with Kevin, our last Mex Burger, our last Dog Piss Live, our Andres Torres home run until April 2013, when the cycle will renew itself. (Well, except for the Andres Torres home run since he'll be non-tendered.) The Mets beat the Marlins 4-2, and the first person to ask whether that win will provide momentum for 2013 will be beaten with a stick. So ... I guess we haven't quite had our last everything of 2012, as some beatings come all year round.We certainly haven't had our last rant of 2012, as there's still plenty to say. And there's plenty of time to get to it, trust me. But for now, to officially end 2012, I'll merely leave you with this: I wore my Darryl Strawberry t-shirt today, and found myself in one of my favorite haunts for quick, yet delicious grub at the end of...
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