Originally posted on Mets360.com  |  Last updated 5/25/13
It was a demoralizing scene if I ever saw one. In the bottom of the 8th inning in Friday night’s game vs. the Braves, Ike Davis struck out for the fourth time in the game while looking hopeless at the plate. Once again, Davis earned the dreaded “golden sombrero.” This was the third time this year Davis has earned that distinction. Last year, Davis accomplished that feat only once. As he was heading back to the dugout, Davis looked like a love-crossed mope in a romance drama while staggering back to the bench in the cold as the heavy rain fell on his head. It truly painted a picture of a man so down on his luck. With Davis now one for his last 40, the Mets only recourse these days is to finally demote him to Las Vegas. Unless Davis can, say,  go 8-8 in his next two games, there is just no possible way Davis can stay up any longer and save face. The Mets, though,  will likely wait until the end of the weekend before they finally pull the plug on Davis. Once they do, hopefully Davis ca...
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