Found March 18, 2013 on Metstradamus:
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It's the night before St. Patrick's Day. I'm despondent about David Wright, Daniel Murphy, and Justin Turner all being injured so I go on a bender. I wake up hung over, I turn on the television to check out the Mets game wondering who the Mets might bring in or bring up to replace all these guys ... and this is what I see????? Good thing I don't smoke peyote.
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