Found April 04, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
4/4 @mets lineup vs @padresCowgill CFTurner 2BWright 3BDavis 1BByrd RFDuda LFBuck CTejada SSGee P — MLBLineups (@MLBStarting9) April 4, 2013 #Padres lineup Thurs at Mets: Cabrera SS, Venable RF, Kotsay LF, Alonso 1B, Gyorko 3B, Amarista 2B, Maybin CF, Baker C, Stults LHP — U-T Padres (@UTPadres) April 4, 2013 Murphy & JV1 must’ve both woken up in a roadside ditch because they didn’t switch to DIRECTV. It’s the only explanation for Turner starting. — Mitch Rapp (@MitchNYM) April 4, 2013 A reminder of how good Dillon Gee’s facial hair used to be. You could’ve hid a raccoon in it. #Mets twitter.com/MikeGanci/stat… — Michael Ganci (@MikeGanci) April 4, 2013 Interesting first pitch at Citi Field this afternoon: twitter.com/MLB/status/319… — MLB (@MLB) April 4, 2013 padres look pretty dusty today. mets should have a broom lying around here somewhere — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 4, 2013 The Mets will be wearing hideous orange-brimmed caps in today’s baseball game. — Andy Martino (@MartinoNYDN) April 4, 2013 I didn’t know Mark Kotsay was alive, nevermind batting third. #Mets #Padres — Michael Ganci (@MikeGanci) April 4, 2013 What in the name of the Mercury #Mets is that hideous thing on Dillon Gee’s head? — Jason Fry (@jasoncfry) April 4, 2013 BREAKING NEWS: People don’t show up for early April midweek games on a relatively cold day while school’s in session — CoreyNYC (@CoreyNYC) April 4, 2013 #BackToYouGare RT @martinonydn: Oh. RT @metmanjeff2k2 @martinonydn Damn those hats r sexy…makes me wanna bang a duck.. — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 4, 2013 Good lord, “Call Me Maybe” playing for Justin Turner. — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 4, 2013 Turner with a hit. I hear @kranepool screaming at citifield. — Robert Z (@Rob_Zloto) April 4, 2013 not buying that ball was a strike — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 4, 2013 **** that umpire. — Lisa (@Lqqieee) April 4, 2013 Ike’s gotta learn to flick that outside corner fastball the other way instead of just shouting at it. #Mets — Aaron Yorke (@apy5000) April 4, 2013 He starts on Sunday RT @mets: Congrats to Charlie who dunked the #Padres at the FanFest dunk tank at Citi Field #Mets twitter.com/Mets/status/31… — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 4, 2013 I’m seven years older than Matt Harvey, but he looks like he could be my uncle or something. — D.J. Short (@djshort) April 4, 2013 Good thing Gee already had major shoulder surgery. He should be ok now to try for the No-Hitter #Mets — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 4, 2013 justin turner is winning at life — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 4, 2013 Turner has two hits. What a twitter troll. #mets — Robert Z (@Rob_Zloto) April 4, 2013 Justin Turner Trolling Thursday. only a 3B and HR short of the cycle #mets — Mr. Flow (@TeamThirstTrap) April 4, 2013 I think Ike has Dengi Fever — Murph (@metsfanmurph) April 4, 2013 A certain someone would have caught that. You know, Jos….nvm — DJ Mister Dior ™ (@DJMisterDior) April 4, 2013 Justin Turner looks like Thor after a bout with alcoholism. #mets — Joe Pontillo (@JoePontillo) April 4, 2013 Jedd Gyorko RBI double against Dillon Gee. #Padres 1, #Mets 0, top 4. … First time Mets down this season. — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 4, 2013 What a jerko — Jeremy Stephner (@whutyearisit) April 4, 2013 RIP 2013 Mets. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 4, 2013 Ouch. RT @mets_bro: Here’s a look at Justin Turner’s finger jam #Mets @redturn2 twitter.com/METS_BRO/statu… — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 4, 2013 ALONSO WAS OFF THE BASE! HE SHOULD BE SAFE! — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 4, 2013 ROBOT UMPS NOW — Brian (@Ph0netic) April 4, 2013 “It’s *always* sunny in Philadelphia!” – @joshlewinstuff re: weather next week. — Chris McShane (@chrismcshane) April 4, 2013 death by crafty soft-tossers — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 4, 2013 People who have been waiting 3 days to say “The real Mets are here!” Because they finally trail can get the hell out right now. — Josh Batelli (@Josh_Batelli) April 4, 2013 Four hits for the Mets. Three of them by Justin Turner. — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 4, 2013 Trollin Trollin Trollin, Justin keeps on Trollin….Rawhide — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 4, 2013 TROLOLOLOLOLOLOLner — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 4, 2013 It’s Justin Turner’s world, we’re all just living in it. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 4, 2013 What? Outfield? — Howard Megdal (@lohudmets) April 4, 2013 Gee out after plunking Cameron Maybin with one out in the 7th. Double-switch, with Valdespin headed to LF for Duda. #Padres 1, #Mets 0. — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 4, 2013 JV1 is in, now we can win. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 4, 2013 Still waiting for #JV1 to accept my @instagram friend request.Hopefully he’ll do that while in LF. #metstwitter — Earl (@ttlsportsblog) April 4, 2013 Aww man. The BABIP fairy does not like the Mets today. — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 4, 2013 And Will Venable grounds out to shortstop to leave bases loaded. #Padres 1, #Mets 0, mid-7. — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 4, 2013 Nicely Done, Rice Rice Baby — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 4, 2013 Thank Jebus. — Lisa (@Lqqieee) April 4, 2013 Wasn’t non-elite that day. RT @_mistermet: Just a reminder: Dale Thayer gave up a grand slam to Mike Nickeas last year. — Howard Megdal (@lohudmets) April 4, 2013 Ho-Hum, just JV1 trying to tie the game. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 4, 2013 Two out, go ahead run at 1B, w/ @redturn2 AB. We got em right where we want em #Mets — The Coop (@Coopz22) April 4, 2013 And a clutch groundout to the pitcher for Turner in the clutch! #clutch — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 4, 2013 FamiLOLia — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 4, 2013 Familia is being such a Gyorko — Mark Ethe (@TooGooden16) April 4, 2013 Familia had a bad outing today in the seasons 3rd game, so naturally this is where we write him off for good. Right, twitter? #Mets — Randy Medina (@ReadTheApple) April 4, 2013 Quote of the day: “I want to see UncleSaul in The next Harlem shake video in gold chains” – @kranepool #mets — The Coop (@Coopz22) April 4, 2013 A little messy by Familia. 2-0 Padres mid 8. Six outs to play with. #MildlyConcerned — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) April 4, 2013 Ike is in mid-season form with his complaining to umpires — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 4, 2013 that, and piss poor managing from inning 1 to 9 RT @mattkaufman87: If the Mets lose today, it is obviously the fault of the new caps, right? — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 4, 2013 Buck. Boom. 2-1 Padres bottom 9. #NotDeadYet — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) April 4, 2013 #comeback — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 4, 2013 Let’s get BUCKED UP!!!! — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 4, 2013 Get the Buck outta here! — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 4, 2013 jordany valdespin ahead in the count for a few seconds — Jon Presser (@metsjetsnets88) April 4, 2013 Well for you Spin fans, it would have been a Homer in a Cilo — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 4, 2013 Final – Padres 2 Mets 1. #CantWinThemAllOneHundredSixtyOneAndOneItsAboutWinningSeriesOrSomethingLikeThat — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) April 4, 2013 #Mets suck.#MetsTwitter #StandardReaction — Earl (@ttlsportsblog) April 4, 2013 Oh well, it was a fun season while it lasted. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 4, 2013 The post #MetsTwitter Recap: Justin Turner Edition appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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