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Yuck Applesauce - Mets blown out in SD, Maine to throw, Pagan's WAR, Strasburg's debut set

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At least most Met fans were protected from watching last night's debacle by sleep. 

Meet the Mets

The Mets managed to further dash our hopes of a Bob Melvin administration. Nor does the team have the testicular fortitude to listen to their own players and get rid of Oliver Perez. 

Section 518 pleads for Jesus Feliciano.

Some minor league video to pass along. Daniel Murphy hits an opposite field shot for his first HR as a Bison. And Wilmer Flores shoots a single to right.

John Maine is starting his rehab by throwing in a side session today.

Mark Simon explains Angel Pagan's high WAR on EspnNewYork. He then followed up that post by listing all the Met moments on Seinfeld.

Patrick Flood talks to himself about Alex Cora and the Coen brothers.

Around MLB

Some guy named Roy Halladay for some NL East team threw a good game or something. The Marlins are trying to make some extra dough off the feat by selling the mounds of unused tickets

The Phillies have dropped to second place in the NL East.

Stephen Strasburg's MLB debut has been set for June 8th.

Nelson Figueroa has been DFA'd by Philadelphia to make room for Brad Lidge.

Jorge Sosa has gotten another chance, this time with Florida.

The Diamondbacks find a way to lose that is quite Met-like.

Red Reporter has the greatest headline of all time.

Kendry Morales broke his leg while celebrating his walk-off grand slam. That also seems quite Met-like, except for the game-winning grand slam.

The Bridgeport Bluefish have signed Willy Mo Pena.

In the least shocking news of the day, the Giants have signed Pat Burrell.

Roberto Alomar wants to be in the Toronto front office.

"Knuckle Princess" Eri Yoshida made her professional debut this weekend, getting an RBI single and allowing a couple runs off her side arm knuckleball.

Outside of MLB

Met Fan Fiction talks Pat Sajak.