Found October 10, 2013 on Mets Merized Online:
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Andy Martino of the NY Daily News reports that the Mets aren’t expected to pursue free agents Robinson Cano or Jose Abreu according to “major league sources familiar with the team’s thinking,” . A high-ranking team official recently told the Star-Ledger’s Jorge Castillo that Alderson’s scouts came away “impressed” with Abreu’s power. But obviously (and predictably) not that impressed. An unsurprising development on both fronts for a team that say’s they’ll spend this offseason, but in the end will only kick the tires on anyone desirable before bowing out with a tip of their hat. When the “we’re impressed” rumor came out a few days ago, I laughed out loud and said, “uh oh, here it comes, the Mets are about to disengage,” and so they have. The only hint of interest in Abreu came from an anonymous source? And only to say, “impressive power”? Wow, really Mr. DePo? Laughable. MetsBlog immediately responds to the news with a just as predictable statement: “In regards to A
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  • I am a huge mets fan and u cant be serious in not grabbing ROBBI CANO HE IS THE MOST INCRED HITTER TO COME AROUND IN A LONG LONG TIME WOW WHAT ARE THE STUPID IDIOTS IN METS THINKING?? WHAT IS THE MISSON HERE OH IF HE GETS HURT? COME BEEN THERE THING IS OVER!!!WHAT SO THEY BOUGHT SOME GUYS THAT DIDNT WORK WOW. BUT W CANO U CANT GO WRONG WHAT HAPP W THE METS IS THEY JUSTDONT KNOW HOW TO PICK PLAYERS. SANTANA WAS A BUST YES BUT PEDRO WAS ON HIS WAY DOWN AND JASON BAY JUST HAD NO WAYBOF HITTING A BALL AT ALL BUT THATS IT BIG DEAL. THEY HAVE TO LEARN HOW TO PICK PLAYERS WHICH THEY DONT HAVE A CLUE AT ALL W MARIANO RIVERA THEY SAID OH HE MIGHT HAVE SOMETHING AND LOOK AT WHAT HE ACCOMPLISHED!!!! THEY ARE TOTAL IDIOTS MAY NEVER WATCH THEM EVER AGAIN.. OR GO WITH THE YANKS BC OBVIOUSLY THEY DO KNOW HOW TO PICK PLAYERS..
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