Laugh-to-keep-from-crying MADLIB time!
The Mets played another adjective noun today, and wouldn't you know it! They verb, past tense the noun again. It's getting hard to put into words how adjective this team is verb, present tense right now, and it's only a matter of time before they verb the noun and trade very good player for washed-up veteran. I mean, it's inevitable, right?
And can you believe what manager person's name did?!? I thought I had already seen all of the adjective noun that his adjective noun could come up with, but this really took the noun. Is there any chance he isn't verb, past tense this week? It seems unlikely, but then again, look who's running things from above? That adjective noun person's name.
AARRRGGHHH!! Please excuse me while I go verb a noun.
Poem by Howard Megdal
It's Dickey's pitches, not Dickey, that should tumble and fall
His leg injury cast game with sickening pall
Already AWOL were Mets bats from duty
Just two hitters present: First Punch, and then Judy