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This Week in FanShots & FanPosts: The Death of LOLMets

The Mets are on a glorious winning streak, and so are our Amazin' Avenue community members with another week of fantastic contributions.

Here lies the end of an era, one none of us will miss
Here lies the end of an era, one none of us will miss

The Mets have thrilled and entertained their fans with some great baseball this week.  If you're looking for more Mets themed fun, you've come to the right place. Check out this week's selections for This Week in Fanshots & Fanposts.

Here lies an awful meme
Getting his submission in under the wire for this week, metsgiants3380 has pronounced the LOLMets era dead. May it rest in peace, and let's all hope it never rises from its eternal slumber.

When you play the game of thrones, you win or you get demoted to Triple-A
Joe Sokolowski has declared Kevin Plawecki the one true king of home plate.  Can the young usurper hold the kingdom against more experienced foes?

Small sample size theater, or the start of something special?
Michael Ross may set the goalposts favorably, but he shows that Wilmer Flores has been one of the best offensive shortstops in the league since the end of the 2014 season.

Are you tired of having your hands broken by bad pitchers, and the inevitable heart attacks that come with starting Anthony Recker?
Then FlushtownFandom suggests you call Mr. Plaw today!

I'm just saying I've never seen them in the same place at the same time...
It seems that Spike Davis has noticed an uncanny resemblance between everyone's favorite veteran pitcher Bartolo Colon and another famous Bart. Can you tell which one is pictured here?

This'll be a straight pitch-off, old school rules.  First relief pitcher throws, second pitcher duplicates then elaborates.
Even after the injury to Jerry Blevins, the Mets bullpen is heating up with the addition of Hansel Robles. FlushtownFandom will soon find out that there's more to pitching than being really, really, really, ridiculously good at getting out lefties.

It's a rare condition, this day and age, for the Mets bullpen to put fans in a rage.
"Did I MSPaint that?" —metsgiants3380

Sweep the dregs, walk away
Flyover Faithful talks brooms, metaphors, and North Dakota in a recap of this week's events.

That's all for this week! if your submission didn't make the list this time around, keep trying!  I expect great things from the most creative baseball fans on the internet.