Food, superheroes, animated pitcher analyses, a tribute to our neighbors to the south, and an in-depth look at the Mets' bullpen usage are just some of the gems you can find in this week's FanPost and FanShot sections.
Giving new meaning to the hammer-toss
Thor unleashed his godly wrath on Albuquerque tonight, falling a triple shy of the cycle. LaRomaBella wonders if it's time for him to ride Gullfaxi from Asgard to Citi Field.
In a way, we all have an El Guapo to face, for some it may be shyness, for other it may be a fear of getting hit in the head with a baseball...
Adam Halverson reminds us to never fear while our home plate heroes are around. For wherever there is a pitch to be framed, you will find them. Wherever there is a baserunner to be picked off, you will find them. And wherever a runner is attempting to reach home you will find them.
The answer is no, there is no such thing
FlushtownFandom hopes Dilson Herrera is relishing his time in the big leagues, even if he's creating quite a dilemma for Daniel Murphy.
I award you 3 years and 36 million dollars
When ranking pitchers, Illnagas shows how far above the competition Matt Harvey puts the Mets. Sadly, R.A. Dickey ranks so far off the scales he could not be pictured in the same analysis.
Awaken from your Tacoma and join Bryan!
Bryan Renzi is looking for some West Coast fans to go see a 51s game in Tacoma. West Coast AAvengers, assemble!
Pitch efficiency is the new market inefficiency
cpins points out that the Mets' bullpen usage on both a pitches per inning and total innings basis has actually been quite efficient when compared to division rivals, despite complaints that some arms are being overused.
That's all for this week, see you next time for more This Week in FanShots & FanPosts!