It's difficult for a fan to wait for the implosion game after game. Luckily, tonight was not one of those nights.
The Mets took a big series on the road against the Brewers - a team that thrives at home - thanks to some solid pitching.
I can't forget to mention that John Niese had a great outing tonight. He could find himself moved-up in the rotation sooner than later.
Even in the loss last night, Dale Thayer got a chance to pick up the struggling Mike Pelfrey.
Chris Capuano put in 6 solid innings on Tuesday night and survived the bullpen for a win. Pedro Beato has had his ups and downs but those things are going to happen...even though it's difficult to watch. It was clearly an experiment gone wrong for the moment.
The Mets are starting to come together. The offense is starting to generate runs thanks to Jose Reyes and crew. I can say that because the rest of the team is void of known talent. Yes, Beltran is hitting but the rest of the team is slowly making a name for itself.
Manager Terry Collins is proving himself to be a worthy skipper. He seems to be a great fit for this club and has kept the Mets fighting their way into the NL East race.
LGM! Let's ride the momentum into Pittsburgh!