The Mets have been the very definition of a team that depends on "if everything goes right". If you've learned nothing else out of life, you've learned that not everything goes right. The Mets have certainly learned that in their recent history, and it only took until 2013 for the first thing to go wrong, as their relief pitcher who moonlights as a closer, Frank Francisco, is at zero percent because his throwing elbow has inflammation.
Only question is, what exactly went wrong? Is it that Frantsisk is hurt? Or is it that Terry Collins has already named Bobby Parnell his replacement?
Collins: "I'm not panicking, but you've got to get somebody ready, and Bobby to me is that guy."
— Mike Puma (@NYPost_Mets) February 12, 2013
Oh, no. He's not panicking at all. That's why with all the options in the bullpen he's already named a closer on the second day of spring training. With the lack of confidence shown to Frantsisk so far (not that he's given anybody any reason), t...