So today is game 162 for your beloved New York Mets. The final day of the regular baseball season vs. the Miami Marlins
Another season of disappointment. Not that the expectations were that high for the Mets this year anyway, but they were in contention up until the all-star break. That's a lot better than anyone expected at the start of the season.
So let's not talk about the bullpen blowing up like a Thanksgiving float, and Jason Bay's batting average being less than your body weight. Let's not even mention the fact the the fences were moved in this year at Citi field, and they still only managed to hit 67 home runs at home. Don't even mention how the Wilpons were looking for minority share owners for the team. Let's not talk about losing Mike Pelfrey at the beginning of the season.
Let's list the positives shall we (like a true optimist):