After blowing his first ninth inning save opportunity on Friday night, David Aardsma came home on Friday night to this:
Is this what happens when you blow a save in NY? Your bed goes missing? #toughtown pic.twitter.com/dEXjdqdcve
— David Aardsma (@TheDA53) August 3, 2013
Whether crooks in New York have gotten more selective with their robberies than Justin Turner is when facing a curveball pitcher is another matter altogether. But the fact remains that Aardsma couldn't have gotten a good night's sleep which is the only thing you really need when playing a day game after a night game. So of course he gave up the winning home run to Justin Maxwell when he had to come into the game in the 12th inning. He was tired and cranky. That's the only reason why he threw a meatball even bigger than the one that Keith Hernandez needed to eat on camera.
I was also tired and cranky, but not because my bed was stolen. I was cranky because if the Mets had bothered to get more...