Found April 16, 2013 on The Daily Stache:
#Mets stick with Monday lineup for Tuesday afternoon game: Spin 9, Murphy 4, Wright 5, Davis 3, Buck 2, Duda 7, Kirk 8, Tejada 6, Gee 1 — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 16, 2013 4/16 @rockies lineup vs @mets Young CFHerrera 2BGonzalez LFTulo SSCuddyer RFHelton 1BRosario CNelson 3BNicasio P — MLBLineups (@mlblineups) April 16, 2013 #CheckingInWithKevin Hey guys, my nipples are frozen out here in Denver #BackToYouGare — CheckingInWithKevin (@CheckinInWithKB) April 15, 2013 @metsgm is trading his shoveling skills for CarGo — TheCatch2006 (@surfingthemets) April 16, 2013 Well #Metsies, today has gone from yay! To IDGAF….lets go #isles — Earl (@ttlsportsblog) April 16, 2013 Will never forget right after 911 what snapped me out of my depression-Bobby V-”Rich you must do what you were born to do-can’t let them win — Rich Coutinho (@coutinho9) April 16, 2013 d’Arsnaud business like d’Arshaud business like d’Arnaud business I d’Arnaud — GianCarGo Ethe (@TooGooden16) April 16, 2013 8 inches fell. Rockies official said was way more than expected — and they would not have been able to get off without office staff help. — Adam Rubin (@AdamRubinESPN) April 16, 2013 #JV42 — Mr. Flow (@TeamThirstTrap) April 16, 2013 Everyone is wearing 42. So annoying. — Murph (@metsfanmurph) April 16, 2013 @kranepool only thing sore is my big butt from too much sitting around. — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) April 16, 2013 I think number 42 will have a good game today… #Mets — Kevin (@KVP_10) April 16, 2013 #imwith42 — keith blacknick (@Mediagoon) April 16, 2013 Let’s go mets chant? Yes please! I love this empty park haha — Susannah (@SoozyWild79) April 16, 2013 CAPTAIN ANTARCTICA! — You Gotta Believe! (@metstweets) April 16, 2013 David Wright still has not hit a home run while wearing the number 5 #RubinTweet #Mets — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 16, 2013 Probably time for you to stand closer to the plate. You’re in the wrong time zone. @iked29 — Steve Smistermet (@_mistermet) April 16, 2013 Clarification on the earlier rule: the snowbank in the bullpen counts as a home run. Wright makes it 2-0 Mets in 1st. — Mets WFAN (@MetsWFAN) April 16, 2013 Im very disappointed that no one has called Wright a bum for hitting his first hr at Coors #MetsTwitter thought you trolled better than this — Brian (@Ph0netic) April 16, 2013 Maybe Gee is in the middle of a “Who Can Throw Slower” contest with Aaron Laffey today — Ty (@tysim19) April 16, 2013 Well I hope all 39 people at the game are having fun. — Yansore CFS (@BigDavesRants) April 16, 2013 Gee got a hit. That is not a typo. This is not a drill. #Mets — Robert Z (@Rob_Zloto) April 16, 2013 Johan Santana’s goatee >> Dillon Gee’s beard… But it’s close #Mets — Rob Patterson (@RobPatterson83) April 16, 2013 Rockies are allowing fans with upper deck tickets to sit in the lower bowl and fans with lower bowl tickets to toss an inning in Game 2. — Mike Kerwick (@mikekerwick) April 16, 2013 MEME: Keith Hernandez is throwing rings into his hat, Gare is mad. #Mets twitpic.com/cjumu5 — METSKevin11 (@MetsKevin11) April 16, 2013   Todd Helton is still alive? — Mikey Metfan (@MikeyMetfan31) April 16, 2013 Terry makes me giggle when he goes out to argue calls. It’s like watching my grandpa order pancakes at a diner. — Jill Norlander (@GoJBuckYourself) April 16, 2013 RAYIS MAIKS DAT PLAI — Eddie Adlman (@EddieAdlMets) April 16, 2013 Gee’s first K WOULD come on a bunted foul — Steph (@whutyearisit) April 16, 2013 WATCH OUT FOR WRIGHT, IKE! — Christopher Gamez (@Metsochist4Life) April 16, 2013 Could have been worse 2-1 NYM Top 3 in a Winter Wonderland — Rich Coutinho (@coutinho9) April 16, 2013 This camera work has been so shoddy today, I’d believe Drunk Ike was operating the camera. — John Ewen (@HashtagEwenning) April 16, 2013 A whole lot of #cism here RT @gojbuckyourself: Nice play by the Rockie who looks like he is going to rob a bank — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 16, 2013 At coors field, everybody is drunk #DrunkCameraMan — Steph (@whutyearisit) April 16, 2013 Ike Davis makes Lucas Duda look like Babe Ruth #Mets — Rob Patterson (@RobPatterson83) April 16, 2013 Why is it so hard for someone to tell Ike: “You’re too far out of the box!” — Adam Rossi (@aj16ross) April 16, 2013 Gary looks like Rizzo the rat #mets — Dan Tanna (@danXtanna) April 16, 2013 “Coors Field is PACKED!” — Jeffrey Loria — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 16, 2013 Can we take him with us when we leave? #CarGo — GianCarGo Ethe (@TooGooden16) April 16, 2013 Carlos Gonzalez is auditioning for you @metsgm — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 16, 2013 not buying that cars go — Mitch Rapp (@MitchNYM) April 16, 2013 CarGo would be another Jason Bay here in flushing #Mets — Greg Pomes (@gregpomes) April 16, 2013 Even Mark Teixeria laughs/neighs at Ike Davis’ slow starts. #mets — Joe Pontillo (@JoePontillo) April 16, 2013 The third baseman didn’t even try to get that. “Oh Buck is at bat? Let me work on my crocheting.” — Jill Norlander (@GoJBuckYourself) April 16, 2013 That’s it. Mike piazza has got to wearing a John buck mask, scooby-do style. It’s the only logical explanation. #Mets — Robert Z (@Rob_Zloto) April 16, 2013 Those Rockie fans are so drunk, they started a Let’s Go Mets chant. — John Ewen (@HashtagEwenning) April 16, 2013 Kirk played football, in case you didn’t hear — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 16, 2013 Kirk getting pissed #IkeStyle at the ump. — Lisa (@Lqqieee) April 16, 2013 “Kirk played football in Colorado so he’s a good fit for this baseball game today” – Gary and Keith today, apparently. — RageWynn (@RageWynn) April 16, 2013 Kirk strikes out more than me at a bar. — Yansore CFS (@BigDavesRants) April 16, 2013 If the second game goes into extra innings, they should break the tie by having a drink off between Ike and Helton #Mets # Rockies — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 16, 2013 Mets have now hit a HR in the first 12 games of the season. The record to start a season is 14. Will they break the record? — NL East Talk (@NLEastTalk) April 16, 2013 Todd Helton is so old he remembers when Ralph Kiner made sense — Jill Norlander (@GoJBuckYourself) April 16, 2013 Are we surprised that Keith still wears a jacket from the 80′s? — RageWynn (@RageWynn) April 16, 2013 David Wright with his second homer of the game! This guy loves playing in Colorado. #Mets — Steveo(@ScoreboardSteve) April 16, 2013 How dare you ***** mock my hat! Its friggin cold out here! #Mets — Keith Hernandez (@imkeithernandez) April 16, 2013 i would want the #mets to trade JV1 to the blue jays just for the epic instagrams. — Mr. Flow (@TeamThirstTrap) April 16, 2013 motion to change david wright’s number.. .. un-retire it then re-retire it — Brad J (@BlueAndOrange) April 16, 2013 “Gee he sucks” #MetsTwitter #baseloadedwalkssuck — Shaun Reilly (@ShaunMReilly) April 16, 2013 I’m guessing Gee’s past experience pitching in the Buffalo cold was no help today. — Matthew Artus (@matthewartus) April 16, 2013 Dillon Gee is just off. Whether it’s feel and mechanics, whatever. He’s all over the place, coming in with meatballs when he throws strikes. — Michael Baron (@michaelgbaron) April 16, 2013 How long before Gee cancels his Twitter account? #Mets — Sheila (@Sheesh1097) April 16, 2013 Guys, it’s okay. Buck will hit a bajillion home runs and we’ll take the lead. — John Ewen (@HashtagEwenning) April 16, 2013 Man it’s a good thing Kirk Nieuwenhuis played football in Colorado or that might’ve been a hit. #KirkNieuwenhuisPlayedFootball — d’evON (@DevOnSports) April 16, 2013 Very confusing bathrooms at Coors. Man and Woman on same door. Need to be alert. — Jay Horwitz (@Jay_HorwitzPR) April 16, 2013 I am now going to picture what the Mets were all doing bored in the hotel. Chess? Parcheese? Prank calling Roy Halladay? — Jill Norlander (@GoJBuckYourself) April 16, 2013 It’s OK guys, we have Aaron Laffey going tonight. — Paul J. Festa (@pauljfesta) April 16, 2013 When is Davis going to hit a line drive that isn’t caught! — Josh Chapdelaine (@MetsLegacy) April 16, 2013 That glass of shut the hell up Duda keeps serving me is going down quite well. — E.J. (@TheHappyRecap) April 16, 2013 John Buck chugging around the bases is one of my favorite things to watch this year. — Andrew Vazzano (@AVSNY) April 16, 2013 I thought they said Baxter was a native of Nicaragua, and I was ready to call Keith officially drunk — Steph (@whutyearisit) April 16, 2013 Ike reminds me of Adam Dunn. That’s not a good thing. — Brian Canell (@bcanell) April 16, 2013 Valdespin clearly in for defensive help — Brad (@Braddigan89) April 16, 2013 JV1 hurt his right wrist. Now how will he take selfies? — GianCarGo Ethe (@TooGooden16) April 16, 2013 JV1 thought that the heater was a camera. — Christopher Gamez (@Metsochist4Life) April 17, 2013 #Mets lose the opener to #Rockies 8-4. Dillon Gee falls to a dismal 0-3 start. — Mets Fan For Life™ (@MetsFanInPhilly) April 17, 2013 Game 2 starts at 8:41 pm — Matthew Falkenbury (@dailystache) April 17, 2013   The post There’s No Business Like Snow Business #MetsTwitter Recap appeared first on The Daily Stache.
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