In the long tradition of New York Mets failures — trading Tom Seaver and Nolan Ryan then signing Bobby Bonilla come to mind— comes another epic misfire — the release of the team's "Citi Field Shake" video.
On Sunday, the Mets posted their own version of the "Harlem Shake" video. It kicks off with the team's popular public relations guru Jay Horwitz in the Mets locker room being joined what looks like every character in a costume shop at the music's jump. Too bad the tiresome Shake craze sailed into Flushing Bay about two months after the rest of the world did it.
Well, it is Opening Day. Go Mets.